The Routledge Handbook of the War of 1812
Bringing together recent scholarship on the War of 1812, this collection of 20 essays starts with Jeremy Black’s overview of the international context of the War, then explores topics including the impact of privateering, the multiple wars of the First Nations and the various theatres, from the northern lakes to the Gulf coast.
Land Travel and Communications in Tudor and Stuart England
Achieving a Joined-up Realm
Dealing with the period between 1500 and 1700, this study documents the unprecedented growth in road travel by all sections of society, from paupers to princes; the increasing volume of wheeled vehicles on the highways; and the radical changes in the means of conveying correspondence, both within England and beyond its borders.