COLONIAL LIFE, SPECIFICALLY NEW YORK AND MIDDLE COLO, History

WHAT RIGHTS DID LAND OWNERS, WOMEN, SLAVES, INDENTURED SERVANTS HAVE IN THE MIDDLE COLONIES (NY)
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