• Publications
  • Influence
Restorations with amalgam in the Army; an evaluation and analysis.
  • L. H. Roper
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the American Dental Association
  • 1 April 1947
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Charles I, Virginia, and the Idea of Atlantic History*
On 20 February 1637/38, the Virginia House of Burgesses, ‘called by his Majesty's appointment’, convened to consider five ‘Propositions’ offered by Charles 1 for the reformation of their colony'sExpand
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Constructing Early Modern Empires: Proprietary Ventures in the Atlantic World, 1500-1750
Acknowledgments Introduction, L.H. Roper & Bertrand Van Ruymbeke 1. Creating Colonial Brazil: the First Donatary Captaincies, or the System of Private Exclusivity (1534-1549), Mickael Augeron andExpand
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Unmasquing the Connections between Jacobean Politics and Policy: the Circle of Anna of Denmark and the Beginning of the English Empire, 1614–18
On January 6, 1617, the popular team of Inigo Jones and Ben Jonson presented their masque, A Vision of Desire, at court.1 While of academic interest to students of Jacobean theater and the settlementExpand
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The English Empire in America, 1602-1658: Beyond Jamestown
Introduction 1 Deep Background 2 Genesis 3 Birth Pangs 4 Fatal and Near-Fatal Attractions 5 An Empire of 'Smoak' 6 Some Measure of Success
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The Fall of New Netherland and Seventeenth-Century Anglo-American Imperial Formation, 1654–1676
  • L. H. Roper
  • Sociology
  • The New England Quarterly
  • 30 October 2014
The English takeover of the Dutch colony of New Netherland in 1664 illustrates the enduring centrality of colonial agendas in the political culture of the seventeenth-century English Empire but alsoExpand
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Steel scalpel for gingivoplasty in reconstructive dentistry.
  • L. H. Roper
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the American Dental Association
  • 1 August 1954
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The Rise of the Goose Creek Men
We have already seen that West Indians were not preeminent amongst the Goose Creek men. Even less evidence exists to support the characterization of the “Barbadian” party (in whatever incarnation) asExpand
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