David H. Flaherty
This collection of outstanding essays in the history of early
American law is designed to meet the demand for a basic
introduction to the literature of colonial and early United States
law. Eighteen essays from historical and legal journals by
outstanding authorities explore the major themes in American legal
history from colonial beginnings to the early nineteenth
Originally published in 1969.
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