Historiography and urbanization; essays in American history in honor of W. Stull Holt, edited by Eric F. Goldman.


Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1941.

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Other Authors Goldman, Eric Frederick, 1915-
Subjects Historiography.
Holt, W. Stull (William Stull), 1896-
United States -- History. cm
Description 9, 220 p. 21 cm.
Contents Cavaliers and burghers in the Carolina low country, by St. J.R. Childs.--Lexington: frontier metropolis, by Bernard Mayo.--Urban and rural voting in the election of 1880, by Ollinger Crenshaw.--On the dangers of an urban interpretation of history, by William Diamond.--Washington's great rule in its historical evolution, by A.K. Weinberg.--Hildreth, Draper, and "scientific history," by D.E. Emerson.--School histories of the middle period, by Alfred Goldberg.--Edward Eggleston: pioneer in social history, by Charles Hirschfeld.--Middle states regionalism and American historiography: a suggestion, by E.F. Goldman.
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