3 edition of New-York, [blank] 1784. Permit us to congratulate you on the return of peace ... found in the catalog.
New-York, [blank] 1784. Permit us to congratulate you on the return of peace ...
Ludlow & Goold.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 44549.|
|Contributions||Ludlow, Daniel., Goold, Edward.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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governor of New York Edmund Andros and the Iroquois Five Nations agreed to this pact to make New York the easternmost link in what the English called the Covenant Chain of Peace. It was a defensive advantage for a lightly populated colony. New York avoided conflict.
A large portion of people, in all walks of life and in all the colonies, were loyal to the Crown, often at great personal risk.
The Loyalists were probably the dominant faction in New York, New Jersey, and Georgia, while they were clearly in the minority in Virginia, Maryland, and by: 2. 1. to avoid English taxes = New York (tax haven at the time) 2. refuge for English Catholics = Maryland (a lot of Catholics moved there from England) 3.
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