- Title Pages
1Colonial Land Distribution and the Structure of British Colonial Commerce
2The Backbone of Credit: The Institutional Foundations of Colonial America’s Economy of Credit and Collateral
3English Property Law, the Claims of Creditors, and the Colonial Legal Transformation
4Parliamentary Authority over Creditors’ Claims
5Managing Risk through Property
6The Stamp Act and Legal and Economic Institutions
7Property Exemptions and the Abolition of the Fee Tail in the Founding Era
8Property and Credit in the Early Republic
9Property, Institutions, and Economic Growth in Colonial America
- The Princeton Economic History of the Western World
- A Note on the Type
- Credit Nation
- Princeton University Press
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