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A critical study of the historical method of Samuel Rawson Gardiner : with an excursus on the historical conception of the Puritan revolution from Clarendon to Gardiner

Author: Roland G Usher
Publisher: St. Louis, Mo. : Washington University, 1915.
Series: Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.).; Washington University studies
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Named Person: Samuel Rawson Gardiner; Samuel Rawson Gardiner
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roland G Usher
OCLC Number: 8662159
Description: 159 pages ; 27 cm.
Series Title: Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.).; Washington University studies
Responsibility: Roland G. Usher.

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