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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books. In the early seventeenth century, political circumstances led to the opening up of trade with the English colonies, the Dutch entered the tobacco trade. Though they would eventually be shut out of that trade by the Navigation Acts, the presence of English tobacco magnates and workers in Dutch cities such as Rotterdam allowed the Dutch to copy their practices, including the making of clay pipes which became a thriving local industry in the nascent republic.

Keywords: early seventeenth century; English colonies

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