Can anyone please recommend some sources that address Spanish accounting practices during the early modern period? A source that explores the relationship between merchant accounting practices and those utilized by the government would be particularly useful.
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Following is the Table of Contents for the latest issue of Early American Studies.
Published by the University of Pennsylvania Press
Volume 19.1 Winter 2021
Domestic Alchemy: Huswifery and Gold in Colonial New England
Zachary McLeod Hutchins
Celebrate the life and legacy of Deborah Read Franklin with two great free events at the American Philosophical Society this month: