Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1953. First Edition. Octavo. Item #027246
xi-[xiv], [1-3]4-513 pages, index. Inscribed: For my beloved Jock, after all these years! ever, Perry, 7 January, 1960. America's most important Puritan historian traces the intellectual, religious and social world of New England which was so different from that of Tidewater Virginia or that of New York. While the "Half Way Covenant" was important, Miller shows the intellectual turmoil which was developing not just around Harvard but throughout the region. An important study. Bound in beige cloth over gray cloth, spine lettering black, a very good copy with toning to spine, in unclipped pictorial dust jacket with a few tiny closed edge tears and small chip to rear panel, and toning.