||Commerce I» Text Links / Note / Discussion Questions|
|- ||American perspectives on the colonies' commercial ties with Great Britain: the Observations of Benjamin Franklin & William Clarke, 1751, 1755|
|- ||European perspectives on Great Britain's commercial ties with the colonies: six views, 1699-1760|
|- ||Map: Herman Moll, This Map of North America, ca. 1715-1720|
||Commerce II» Text Links / Note / Discussion Questions|
|- ||"Money matters and affairs of trade": snapshots of colonial economies, 1705-1762|
|- ||Rev. Cotton Mather, Theopolis Americana [God's City: America]. An Essay . . . against the Corruptions of the Market-Place, sermon, 1709, excerpts|
- Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson, A map of the most inhabited part of Virginia containing the whole province of Maryland with part of Pensilvania, New Jersey and North Carolina, 1751, detail of cartouche. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, Geography & Map Division, #G3880 1755 .F72 Vault.
- J. Carwitham, A south east view of the great town of Boston in New England in America, engraving, ca. 1730, detail. Courtesy of the New York Public Library, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Digital ID #465401.
- John Moulinar, silver teapot, made in New York, NY, ca. 1755-1770. Yale University Art Gallery, Mabel Brady Carvan Collection, 1930-1047. Permission pending.