The Dutch Republic and Britain: The Making of a European World Economy

 

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2011 Seminar Papers



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The Dutch Trade in Japan
by Warner Ferratier
Champaign Central High School
Champaign, IL
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Innovation in 17th Century Landscape Painting and the Hudson River School
by Martha Kempe
Art Teacher, Mather Elementary School
Boston Public Schools, Dorchester, MA
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Transportation networks and developing economies
By Thomas Houston
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The Dutch and Japan
By Sharlyn Scott
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Luxury and Anxiety: Representations of Class Tension in Dutch Baroque Art
By Olivia Windle
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2005 Seminar Papers



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An Interdisciplinary look at the British and Dutch Economies of the 16th through early 19th centuries.
by Todd S. Parker
Social Studies/Gifted Students - Conestoga High School
Berwyn, PA
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From Red to Orange, or Dutch and English relations leading to the Glorious Revolution
by Carrie Sato
Social Studies Dept. - Kaiser High School
Honolulu, Hawaii File size: 5.8MB
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Dutch History for Dummies
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From Ideal to Real
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