Intimate Relations : Family and Community in Planter Nova Scotia, 1759-1800. First Edition


CONRAD, Margaret, (ed.). Intimate Relations : Family and Community in Planter Nova Scotia, 1759-1800. Fredericton, New Brunswick : Acadiensis Press, 1995. First Edition. Pp (6),i-vi,[1]-298,(2). Illustrated with some b&w photos, &c in the text. 8vo (153 x 228 mm), art-illustrated red cardcovers, with cream lettering to spine.

No.3 in the Planters Studies Series.

"A fascinating look at 18th-century family and community life, Intimate Relations is the latest in a series of publications on the pre-Loyalist New England immigrants to the Maritime Provinces. Individual chapters examine childhood, widowhood and family relationships, inheritance patterns and economic life, clothing, furniture, religious belief and cultural values." - from rear.

Introduction.

Philip Greven Jr.'s "Family and Community in Early America";

Bettina Bradbury's "Widowhood and Canadian Family History";

Ann Gorman Condon's "The Family in Exile: Loyalist Social Values After the Revolution";

Althea Douglas' "Connectional History: A Gender-Related Approach to Genealogy";

Ronald Illsley's "Planter Genealogical Data Bases at the Old Kings Courthouse Museum, Kentville, Nova Scotia";

Patricia A. Norred's "Before They Were Planters: Economic Conditions in Eastern Connecticut, 1740-1760";

Barry Moody's "Growing Up in Granville Township, 1760-1800";

Joan Dawson's "Joseph Pernette: A Foreign Protestant in a Planter Township";

Kenneth Paulsen's "Land, Family and Inheritance in Lunenburg Township, Nova Scotia, 1760-1800";

Taunya Dawson's "Oliver Lyman: Deputy Surveyor of Horton Township, 1755-1814";

Gwendolyn Davies' "Gendered Responses: The Seccombe Diaries";

Clary and Sharon Croft's "Civilian Everyday Clothing of Adult Planters, 1759-1783";

James Snowdon's "Regional Variations in Nova Scotia Planter Furniture";

Elizabeth Mancke's "At the Counter of the General Store: Women and the Economy in Eighteenth-Century Horton, Nova Scotia";

Judith Norton's "The Dark Side of Planter Life: Reported Cases of Domestic Violence";

Julian Gwyn's "Capitalists, Merchants and Manufacturers in Early Nova Scotia, 1769-1791: The Tangled Affairs of John Avery, James Creighton, John Albro and Joseph Fairbanks;

Stanley J. Grenz's "Isaac Backus and the Struggle for Disestablishment in New England";

George Rawlyk's "The Rage for Dipping : Joseph Crandall, Elijah Estabrooks and Believer's Baptism, 1795-1800";

Gwen Guiou and F. Stuart Trask's "The Reverend Jonathan Scott, Planter, Preacher and Patriarch";

Beatrice Corbett's "The Moultons and Their Contribution to Religion and Education in Canada";

James Snowdon's "John Duncanson, Planter Scholar."

With index.

Very good. 50.00

Title: Intimate Relations : Family and Community in Planter Nova Scotia, 1759-1800. First Edition

Author Name: CONRAD, Margaret, (ed.) Planters Studies Series No.3 DAVIES, Gwendolyn GWYN, Julian

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Acadiensis Press, Fredericton, 1995, ISBN:0919107427: 1995

ISBN Number: 0919107427

ISBN Number 13: 9780919107427

Seller ID: 24215

Keywords: CANADA NOVA SCOTIA PLANTERS AMERICAN CANADIAN LOCAL HISTORY GENEALOGY WOMSTU KINGS COUNTY,