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Washington DC UNITED STATES

1919

CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY

AND LAW

BY

ALBERT H. PUTNEY, A. B., D. C. L., LL. D.

DEAN AND PROFESSOR OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AT THE ILLINOIS COLLEGE
OF LAW: AUTHOR OF "GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES;" "LAND).
MARK CASES IN I'NITED STATES CONSTITUTIONAL LAW;"

"POPULAR LAW LIBRARY;" MEMBER CHICAGO BAR

CHICAGO
ILLINOIS BOOK EXCHANGE

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9. The Teutonic origin of England's political and legal

institutions

10. The Anglo-Saxons in Germany.

11. The conquest of Britain.....

12. Changes in Anglo-Saxon political institutions occa-

sioned by the conquest of Britain..

13. The period of the many kingdoms...

14. The period of the seven kingdoms..

15. The period of the three kingdoms.

16. Ecgberht and Aelfred. ....

17. United Anglo-Saxon England.

18. Anglo-Saxon feudalism..

19. The Danish conquest.

20. Eadward the Confessor.

21. The Saxon Witenagemote....

22. The Norman conquest..

23. Legal changes under William the Conqueror.

24. The Norman kings.

25. Legal reforms of Henry the Second.

26. John

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CHAPTER III.

OUTLINE OF THE'CONSTITUTIONAL, POLITICAL AND LEGAL HISTORY OF

THE THIRTEEN COLONIES, AND OF THE UNITED STATES PRIOR TO

THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.

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47. English colonization in America.

48. The thirteen colonies...

49. The colonial government of Virginia .

50. Massachusetts

51. Connecticut

52. Rhode Island.

53. New Hampshire..

54, New York..

55. New Jersey..

56. Pennsylvania and Delaware..

57. Maryland

58. North and South Carolina.

59. Georgia

60. The Revolutionary War.

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