Historical context remains a foundation to those genealogist who are trying to climb out those tree branches. Tudor tradition had established one historical corridor through which our ancestors walked. The Stuart period resulted in multiple changes in the religious, political, social, and colonial mindsets. [Many of our ancestors crossed the great pond during this period.] The following text discusses many of these developments. Multiple authors present a series of topics such as "Poetry" [Chap. VIII], "Theatre" [ Chap. IX], and "Art" [Chap. XI] which is often not included in other texts covering this period.
The book was first published in 1950, by Falcon Educational Books, Ltd, London. It has been published in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and South Africa. Only 170 pages, it is a good overview of many aspects impacted during this transition period in our ancestors life time.