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The making of English history

Author: Robert Livingston Schuyler; Herman Ausubel
Publisher: New York, Dryden Press [1952]
Series: Dryden Press publications in history.
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Genre/Form: History
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Schuyler, Robert Livingston, b. 1883.
Making of English history.
New York, Dryden Press [1952]
(OCoLC)557903579
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Livingston Schuyler; Herman Ausubel
OCLC Number: 498764
Description: 686 pages 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction: The historian's part in a changing world / Charles H. McIlwain --
pt. 1. Pre-Norman times --
pt. 2. The high Middle Ages --
pt. 3. The later Middle Ages --
pt. 4. Tudor times --
pt. 5. Stuart times --
pt. 6. The eighteenth century --
pt. 7. The nineteenth century --
pt. 8. The twentieth century.
Series Title: Dryden Press publications in history.
Responsibility: [by] Robert Livingston Schuyler [and] Herman Ausubel.

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