Brokerage and Networks in London’s Global World: Kinship, Commerce and Communities through the experience of John Blackwell
The Blackwells as radicals, merchants, financiers and administrators illustrate the importance of kinship, the development of the early modern state in London and the ownership of the memory of the civil wars across a century of wars and revolutions.
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- 348 pages
- United Kingdom
- English Civil War