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A very Mutinous people : the struggle for North Carolina, 1660-1713 /

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South Carolina State Library 975.6 MCIL (Text) 0010103683602 Adult Stacks Available -

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  • ISBN: 1469642530
  • ISBN: 9781469642536
  • Physical Description: print
    212 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: Chapel Hill, North Carolina : University of North Carolina Press, 2017.

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General Note: Includes bibliographic references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Escape to the swamp, 1660-1663 -- Building the sanctuary, 1664-1673 -- Culpeper's Rebellion, 1673-1680 -- The rise and fall of Seth Sothell, 1681-1695 -- Challenge of the Anglicans I: church establishment, 1695-1707 -- Challenge of the Anglicans II: Native American resistance, 1695-1707 -- Cary's rebellion, 1708-1711 -- One final fight for freedom, 1711-1713.
Summary, etc.: According to Noeleen McIlvenna, the true exemplars of egalitarian political values fled Virginia's plantation society late in the 17th century to create the first successful European colony in the Albemarle, in present-day North Carolina.Tapping into previously unused documents, McIlvenna explains how North Carolina's first planters struggled to impose a plantation society upon the settlers and how those early small farmers, defending a wide franchise and religious toleration, steadfastly resisted. She contends that the story of the Albemarle colony is a microcosm of the greater process by which a conglomeration of loosely settled, politically autonomous communities eventually succumbed to hierarchical social structures and elite rule. -- from cover.
Subject: North Carolina History Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775
North Carolina Social conditions 17th century
North Carolina Social conditions 18th century
Albemarle Sound (N.C.) History
Farmers North Carolina History
Community life North Carolina History
Equality North Carolina History
Landowners North Carolina History
Anglicans North Carolina History
Social conflict North Carolina History
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