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THE AMERICAN NATION

A HISTORY

FROM ORIGINAL SOURCES BY ASSOCIATED SCHOLARS

EDITED BY

ALBERT BUSHNELL HART, LL.D.

PROFESSOR OF HISTORY IN HARVARD UNIVERSITY

ADVISED BY
VARIOUS HISTORICAL SOCIETIES

THE AMERICAN NATION

A HISTORY

LIST OF AUTHORS AND TITLES

GROUP I. FOUNDATIONS OF THE NATION Vol. 1 European Background of American

History, by Edward Potts Cheyney, A.M., Prof. Hist. Univ. of Pa. 2 Basis of American History, by

Livingston Farrand, M.D., Prof.

Anthropology Columbia Univ. 3 Spain in America, by Edward Gay

lord Bourne, Ph.D., Prof. Hist.

Yale Univ. 4 England in America, by Lyon Gar

diner Tyler, LL.D., President

William and Mary College. ' 5 Colonial Self - Government, by

Charles McLean Andrews, Ph.D.,
Prof. Hist. Johns Hopkins Univ.

GROUP II. TRANSFORMATION INTO A NATION Vol. 6 Provincial America, by Evarts

Boutell Greene, Ph.D., Prof. Hist.

and Dean of College, Univ. of I11. 7 France in America, by Reuben

Gold Thwaites, LL.D., Sec. Wisconsin State Hist. Soc.

Vol. 8 Preliminaries of the Revolution,

by George Elliott Howard, Ph.D.,

Prof. Hist. Univ. of Nebraska. 9 The American Revolution, by

Claude Halstead Van Tyne, Ph.D.,

Prof. Hist. Univ. of Michigan. 10 The Confederation and the Consti

tution, by Andrew Cunningham McLaughlin, A.M., Head Prof. Hist. Univ. of Chicago.

GROUP III.

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DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATION Vol. 11 The Federalist System, by John

Spencer Bassett, Ph.D., Prof.

Am. Hist. Smith College. 12 The Jeffersonian System, by Ed.

ward Channing, Ph.D., Prof. Hist.

Harvard Univ. 13 Rise of American Nationality, by

Kendric Charles Babcock, Ph.D.,

Pres. Univ. of Arizona. 14 Rise of the New West, by Freder

ick Jackson Turner, Ph.D., Prof.

Am. Hist. Univ. of Wisconsin. 15 Jacksonian Democracy, by Will

iam MacDonald, LL.D., Prof. Hist. Brown Univ.

GROUP IV.

TRIAL OF NATIONALITY
Vol. 16 Slavery and Abolition, by Albert

Bushnell Hart, LL.D., Prof. Hist.
Harvard Univ.

Vol. 17 Westward Extension, by George

Pierce Garrison, Ph.D., Prof.

Hist. Univ. of Texas. 18 Parties and Slavery, by Theodore

Clarke Smith, Ph.D., Prof. Am.

Hist. Williams College. 19 Causes of the Civil War,by Admiral

French Ensor Chadwick, U.S.N.,

recent Pres. of Naval War Col. 20 The Appeal to Arms, by James

Kendall Hosmer, LL.D., recent

Librarian Minneapolis Pub. Lib. 21 Outcome of the Civil War, by

James Kendall Hosmer, LL.D., recent Lib. Minneapolis Pub. Lib.

GROUP V.

NATIONAL EXPANSION Vol. 22 Reconstruction, Political and Eco

nomic, by William Archibald Dunning, Ph.D., Prof. Hist. and Politi

cal Philosophy Columbia Univ. 23 National Development, by Edwin

Erle Sparks, Ph.D., Prof. Hist.

Univ. of Chicago. 24 National Problems, by Davis R.

Dewey, Ph.D., Professor of Eco

nomics, Mass. Inst. of Technology. 25 America the World Power, by

John H. Latané, Ph.D., Prof.

Hist. Washington and Lee Univ. 26 Ideals of American Government,

by Albert Bushnell Hart, LL.D., Prof. Hist. Harvard Univ.

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