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Alan Taylor American Colonies Chapter 14 - Narrett FINAL NOTES

A comprehensive summary and beakdown of the first 23 pages in Alan Taylor's American Colonies for Dr. Narrett's final exam. The 1st 23 pages is what he asks for when studying for the exam. The summary and notes are 9 pages of direct quotes and sublines from the chapter. Happy Studying!

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Chapter 14, pages 302-322
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American Colonies
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2003
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