A Character of the Province of Mary-land, Wherein is Described in Four Distinct Parts, (viz.) I. The Scituation, and Plenty of the Province. II. The Laws, Customs, and Natural Demeanor of the Inhabitants. III. The Worst and Best Usage of a Mary-land Servant, Opened in View. IV. The Traffique, and Vendable Commodities of the Countrey. Also a Small Treatise on the Wilde and Naked Indians (or Susquehanokes) of Mary-land, their Customs, Manners, Absurdities, and Religion.
(New York, NY: Gowans & Sons, 1869), 125 page(s)
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- Letters and Diaries, History, Daily Life, Agrarian life, Immigrant life, Frontier and pioneer life, 1658
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