The old dominion in the seventeenth century : a documentary history of Virginia, 1606-1689

@article{Hendricks1975TheOD,
  title={The old dominion in the seventeenth century : a documentary history of Virginia, 1606-1689},
  author={J. Hendricks and W. M. Billings},
  journal={William and Mary Quarterly},
  year={1975},
  volume={33},
  pages={170}
}
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