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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Sheehan, Donald H. (Donald Henry), 1917-1974.
Essays in American historiography.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1960
|Named Person:||Allan Nevins; Allan Nevins|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Donald H Sheehan; Harold Coffin Syrett; Allan Nevins
|Notes:||Populism: its significance in American history, by E. Walters.--Imperialism and racism, by J.P. Shenton.--The muckrakers: in flower and in failure, by L. Filler.--A cycle of revisionism between two wars, by H.W. Baehr.--An interpretation of Franklin D. Roosevelt, by B. Bellush.|
|Description:||x, 320 pages portrait 25 cm|
|Contents:||Allan Nevins: an appreciation, by J.A. Krout. --
Scientific history in America: eclipse of an idea, by E.N. Saveth. --
Thoughts on the Confederacy, by R.C. Black, III. --
Radical Reconstruction, by D. Sheehan. --
The New South, by J.E. Cooke. --
American historians and national politics from the Civil War to the First World War, by J.A. Rawley. --
Reflections on urban history and urban reform, 1865-1915, by M.D. Hirsch. --
The idea of the robber barons in American history, by H. Bridges. --
Some aspects of European migration to the United States, by C.C. Qualey. --
The evolution controversy, by J.A. Boromé. --
Pragmatism in America, by S. Ratner.
|Other Titles:||American historiography.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Donald Sheehan & Harold C. Syrett.|