The significance of sections in American history, by Frederick Jackson Turner; with an introduction by Max Farrand.

; Farrand, Max, 1869-1945, editor ; Craven, Avery, 1885-1980, editor
New York, H. Holt and Company [1932] .

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Other Authors Craven, Avery, 1885-1980,
Farrand, Max, 1869-1945,
Subjects Sectionalism (U.S.)
United States -- History.
Description ix, 347 pages maps 23 cm
Copyright Date [1932]
©1932
Notes Essays, edited by Max Farrand and Avery Craven. compare Introd.
Includes index.
Pulitzer Prize, History, 1933.
Contents Problems in American history -- The significance of the section in American history -- The origin of Genet's projected attack on Louisiana and the Floridas -- Western state-making in the revolutionary era -- The policy of France toward the Mississippi Valley in the period of Washington and Adams -- Geographical influences in American political history -- Geographical sectionalism in American history -- Since the foundation [of Clark University (1889)] -- The West -1876 and 1926 -- The children of the pioneers -- Is sectionalism in America dying away? -- Sections and nation.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1374766
(OCoLC)ocm01374766
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Turner, Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932.
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