Gentry and Common Folk: Political Culture on a Virginia Frontier, 1740-1789

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University Press of Kentucky, 1991年1月1日 - 228 頁
In the late 18th century, the Upper Valley of Virginia experienced a conflict between the elitist culture of the gentry and the more democratic values of the populace. Tillson addresses several major issues in historical scholarship on Virginia and the southern backcountry, focusing on changing political values in the late colonial and Revolutionary eras. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Land People Economy and Government
5
The Political Culture of the Colonial Elite
20
The Militia and Popular Localism
29
The Roots of Backcountry Order
48
Toward the Republic
62
The Tory Challenge
85
Finishing the Revolution
99
John Stuarts History of the Greenbrier Valley
111
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