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Author: Allen Johnson; Gerhard R Lomer; Charles W Jefferys
Publisher: New Haven, Yale University Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press; etc., etc.] 19
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Genre/Form: History
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Chronicles of America series.
New Haven, Yale University Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press; etc., etc.] 19
(OCoLC)762152080
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allen Johnson; Gerhard R Lomer; Charles W Jefferys
OCLC Number: 736786
Notes: Half-title.
Description: v. fronts., plates, ports., fold. maps. 21 cm.
Contents: V.1 The red man's continent, by Ellsworth Huntington. --
v.2. The Spanish conquerors, by Irving Berdine Richman. --
v.3. Elizabethan sea-dogs, by William Wood. --
v. 4. Crusaders of New France, by William Bennett Munro. --
v. 5. Pioneers of the old South, by Mary Johnston. --
v. 6. The fathers of New England, By Charles M. Andrews. --
v. 7. Dutch and English on the Hudson, by Maud Wilder Goodwin. --
v. 8. The Quaker colonies, by Sydney G. Fisher. --
v. 9. Colonial folkways, by Charles M. Andrews. --
v. 10. The conquest of New France, by George M. Wrong. --
v. 11. The eve of the revolution, by Carl Becker. --
v. 12. Washington and his comrades in arms, by George M. Wrong. --
v. 13. The fathers of the Constitution, by Max Farrand. --
v. 14. Washington and his colleagues, by Henry Jones Ford. --
v. 15. Jefferson and his colleagues, by Allen Joshnson, --
v. 16. John Marshall and the Constitution, by Edward S. Corwin. --
v. 17. The fight for a free sea, by Ralph D. Paine. --
v. 18. Pioneers of the old Southwest, by Constance Lindsay Skinner. --
v. 19. The Old Northwest, by Frederic Austin Ogg. --
v. 20. The reign of Andrew Jackson, by Frederic Austin Ogg. --
v. 21. The paths of inland commerce, by Archer B. Hulbert. --
v. 22. Adventures of Oregon, by Constance L. Skinner. --
v. 23. The Spanish borderlands, by Herbert E. Bolton. --
v. 24. Texas and the Mexican War, by Nathaniel W. Stephenson. --
v. 25. The forty-niners, by Steward Edward White. --
v. 26. The passing of the frontier, by Emerson Hough. --
v. 27. The cotton kingdom, by William E. Dodd. --
v. 28. the Anti-slavery crusade, by Jesse Macy. --
v. 29. Abraham Lincoln and the union, by Nathaniel W. Stephenson. --
v. 30. The day of the confederacy, by Nathaniel W. Stephenson. --
v. 31. Captains of the Civil War, by William Wood. --
v. 32. The sequel of Appomattox, by Walter Lynwood Fleming. --
v.33. The American spirit in education, by Edwin E. Slosson. --
v.34. The American spirit in literature, by Bliss Perry. --
v. 35. Our foreigners, by Samuel P. Orth. --
v. 36.The old merchant marine, by Ralph D. Paine. --
v. 37. The age of invention, by Holland Thompson. --
v.38. The railroad builders, by John Moody. --
v. 39. The age of big business, by Burton J. Hendrick. --
v. 40. The armies of labor, by Samuel P. Orth. --
v. 41. The Masters of capital, by John Moody. --
v. 42. The New South, by Holland Thompson. --
v. 43. The boss and the machine, by Samuel P. Orth. --
v. 44. The Cleveland era, by Henry Jones Ford. --
v. 45. The agrarian crusade, by Solon J. Buck. --
v. 46. The path of empire, by Carl Russell Fish. --
v. 47. Theodore Roosevelt and his times, by Harold Howland. --
v. 48 Woodrow Wilson and the world war, by Charles Seymour. --
v. 49 The Canadian Dominion, by Oscar D. Skelton. --
v. 50. The Hispanic Nations of the New World, by William R. Shepherd. --
v. 51. From Versailles to the New Deal, by Harold Underwood Faulkner. --
v. 52. The era of Franklin D. Roosevelt, by Denis William Brogan. --
v. 53. The struggle for survival, by Eliot Janeway. --
v. 54. War for the world, by Fletcher Pratt. --
v. 55. The United States in a chaotic world, by Allan Nevins. --
v. 56. The New Deal and world affairs, by Allan Nevins.
Responsibility: Allen Johnson, editor, Gerhard R. Lomer, Charles W. Jefferys, assistant editors.

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