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Migration and society in early modern England

by Peter Clark

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Contents: Introduction, Peter Clark and David Souden; Vagrants and vagrancy in England, 1598-1664, Paul A. Slack; Patterns of migration and movement of labour to three pre-industrial East Anglian towns, John Patten; Neighbourhood migration in early modern London, Jeremy Boulton; 'Rogues, whores and vagabonds'?; Indentured servant emigration to North America and the case of mid seventeenth-century Bristol, David Souden; Moving on in the New World: migration and out-migration in the seventeenth-century Chesapeake, J.P. Horn; Migration in England during the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, Peter Clark; Age-specific mobility in an eighteenth-century rural English parish, R.S. Schofield; Migrants in the city: the process of social adaptation in English towns, 1500-1800, Peter Clark; 'East, westóhome's best'? Regional patterns in migration in early modern England, David Souden; Bibliography; Index

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