Teachers of history; essays in honor of Laurence Bradford Packard, edited by H. Stuart Hughes with the collaboration of Myron P. Gilmore and Edwin C. Rozwenc.

Ithaca, N.Y., Published for Amherst College by Cornell University Press [1954] .

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Subjects Historiography.
Packard, Laurence Bradford, 1887-
Description vi, 372 p. port. 24 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction: Laurence Bradford Packard, by C.W. Cole.--Individual figures: Fides et eruditio: Erasmus and the study of history, by M.P. Gilmore. The education of an encyclopedist, by R. Bowen. The social theory of Frédéric Le Play, by P. Farmer. An emperor writes history: Napoleon III's Histoire de Jules César, by M. Kranzberg. Pobedonostsev as a historian, by R.F. Byrnes. Henry Adams and the Federalists, by E.C. Rozwenc. Gaetano Mosca and the political lessons of history, by H.S. Hughes. Huizinga's approach to the Middle Ages, by P.L. Ward. Historiographic traditions: The birth of Clio: a résumé and interpretation of ancient Near Eastern historiography, by B.C. Brundage. Spanish population thought before Malthus, by R.S. Smith. Father Paisi and Bulgarian history, by J.F. Clarke. Historiography in Japan, by J.W. Hall.--Problems of interpretation: Trends, periods, and classes, by A. Gilmore. War and the historian, by J. Bowditch. The Dred Scott labyrinth, by F.S. Allis, Jr.
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