Essays in honor of William E. Dodd, by his former students at the University of Chicago; edited by Avery Craven.


Chicago, Ill., University of Chicago Press [1935] .

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Other Authors Craven, Avery, 1885-1980,
Subjects Dodd, William Edward, 1869-1940.
United States -- History.
United States.
Description ix, 362 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1935]
©1935
Contents The southern backcountry on the eve of the revolution, by Philip Davidson.--George Washington and the French revolution--the first phase, by L.M. Sears.--Contemporary opinion in Virginia of Thomas Jefferson, by Maude H. Woodfin.--The apologia of American debtor states, by R.C. McGrane.--The fabric of Chicago's early society, by Bessie L. Pierce.--The reaper industry and midwestern agriculture, 1855-75, by W.T. Hutchinson.--Charles Sumner and the crisis of 1860-61, by Laura A. White.--America and the freedom of the seas, 1861-65, by F.L. Owsley.--Some problems facing Joseph E. Johnston in the spring of 1863, by D.B. Sanger.--Salmon P. Chase and the nomination of 1868, by D.V. Smith.--The new South and the old crop (1865-80) by H.C. Nixon.--The ideology of American expansion, by J.W. Pratt.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1253213
(OCoLC)ocm01253213
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