Phyllis Whitman Hunter

Phyllis Whitman Hunter is Assistant Professor of History at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Purchasing Identity in the Atlantic World
Massachusetts Merchants, 1670–1780
Phyllis Whitman Hunter
Americans have always had a love-hate relationship with possessions. Early Americans suspected luxuries as a corrupting force that would lead to an aristocracy. In Purchasing Identity in the Atlantic World, Phyllis Whitman Hunter demonstrates...



Purchasing Identity in the Atlantic World
Massachusetts Merchants, 1670–1780
Phyllis Whitman Hunter
Americans have always had a love-hate relationship with possessions. Early Americans suspected luxuries as a corrupting force that would lead to an aristocracy. In Purchasing Identity in the Atlantic World, Phyllis Whitman Hunter demonstrates...








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