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Creole gentlemen

the Maryland elite, 1691-1776
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Elite (Social sciences) -- Maryland -- History -- 18th century., Upper class -- Maryland -- History -- 18th century., Upper class -- Maryland -- Social conditions -- 18th century., Upper class -- Maryland -- Economic conditions -- 18th century., Maryland -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775., Maryland -- Social conditions -- 18th century., Maryland -- Economic conditions -- 18th cen

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StatementTrevor Burnard.
SeriesNew World in the Atlantic world
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LC ClassificationsF184 .B89 2002
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Paginationix, 278 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3947503M
ISBN 100415931738, 0415931746
LC Control Number2001034992

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