Taylor is the author of a number of books about colonial America, the American Revolution, and the early American republic.
The presumption is that those countries had to be ruled by colonial powers or strongmen more or less beholden to them.
Bonny Island in Nigeria and St. Michael's in Maryland had much in common in colonial times.
To a colonial New Englander, slaves were basically luxury items.
Hundreds more were sent to other colonial enclaves of the Reich.
Practically all of the colonial officials were subject to residencia.
An English shilling is 18 pence colonial, as against 12 pence in sterling.
They were, however, the bills and bonds of several great foreign and colonial mercantile houses.
This colonial remedy is still employed on New England farms.
She sees him irradiated with glories such as never appertained and never will appertain to any man, foreign, English, or colonial.