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Massachusetts and Plymouth were both somewhat politically independent . 3. New York: University Press of Virginia Hull, N. E. H. Female Felons: Women and Serious Crime in Colonial Massachusetts (U of Illinois Press, 1987).

Massachusetts and Plymouth were both somewhat politically independent from England in their early days, but this situation changed after the restoration of Charles II to the English throne in 1660. Charles sought closer oversight of the colonies, and he tried to introduce and enforce economic control over their activities. New York: University Press of Virginia. Hull, N. Labaree, Benjamin (1979). Colonial Massachusetts: a History.

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Results indicate that the identified violent crimes in terms of prevalence are not endemic to a racial or ethnic group, given this sample. Female Felons: Women and Serious Crime in Colonial Massachusetts. H December 1988 · Journal of social history.

She has written Female Felons: Women and Serious Crime in Colonial Massachusetts (1987) and co-authored Impeachment in America, 1635–1805 (1984); Murdering Mothers: Infanticide in England and New England, 1558–1803 (1981); and Roe v. Wade: The Abortion Rights. Wade: The Abortion Rights Controversy in American History (2001).

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Many women whose offenses were minor were deported. Others were confessed criminals. Brides from Bridewell is the story of the female felons from England and France who were sent to Colonial America to serve their prison sentences.

Many women whose offenses were minor were deported. The facts constitute one of the neglected (or hidden) retrospects to the American past. It sets forth the harsh, often inhuman, penal conditions then prevailing in those lands, and the fact that these thousands of feminine felons constituted one of the primary marital elements in the mothering of early America. Many women whose offenses were minor were deported.

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Female Felons: Women and Serious Crime in Colonial Massachusetts download epub
Americas
Author: N.E.H. Hull
ISBN: 0252013158
Category: History
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: University of Illinois Press (April 1, 1987)
Pages: 171 pages