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American Historical Association


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American Historical Association, The

TURNER, Edward Raymond (1881 - 1929), Professor of European History, Johns Hopkins University, since 1925; Member American Historical Association; Fellow Royal Historical Society

SMITH, Joseph (born 1945), Editor, History: Journal of the Historical Association, 2000–10; Reader in American Diplomatic History, University of Exeter, 1995–2010

M’LAUGHLIN, Andrew Cunningham (1861 - 1947), Professor of History, University of Chicago, 1906–29; Professor Emeritus since 1929; Member of American Historical Association

The Western Home: A Literary History of Norwegian America. By Orm Øverland. (Northfield: Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1996. xiv, 442 pp. $44.95, ISBN 0-87732-085-3.)

The Western Home: A Literary History of Norwegian America. Orm Øverland. Northfield, MN: Norwegian American Historical Association (distributed by University of Illinois Press), 1996. xii + 442 pages. $44.95.

Philip J. Anderson and Dag Blanck, editors. Swedes in the Twin Cities: Immigrant Life and Minnesota's Urban Frontier. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, in association with the Swedish-American Historical Society, Chicago. 2001. Pp. x, 367. $34.95

Lu Ann De Cunzo and John H. JAMESON, Jr., editors. Unlocking the Past: Celebrating Historical Archaeology in North America. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, in association with the Society for Historical Archaeology. 2005. Pp. x, 255. $39.95

Lu Ann De Cunzo and John H. Jameson, Jr., editors. Unlocking the Past: Celebrating Historical Archaeology in North America. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, in association with the Society for Historical Archaeology. 2005. Pp. x, 255. $39.95

Chicago: City of the Century. Prod. by Austin Hoyt. WGBH Boston and WTTW Chicago in association with the Chicago Historical Society for American Experience, 2003. 270 mins.

Sarah A. Gordon. “Make It Yourself”: Home Sewing, Gender, and Culture, 1890–1930. (Gutenberg-e.) Electronic book. New York: Columbia University Press, with the American Historical Association. 2007

Texas Oil, American Dreams: A Study of the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association. By Lawrence Goodwyn. (Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1996. xiv, 274 pp. $29.95, ISBN 0-87611-158-4)

Norwegian Yankee: Knute Nelson and the Failure of American Politics, 1860–1923. By Millard L. Gieske and Steven J. Keillor. (Northfield: Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1995. xvi, 426 pp. $30.00, ISBN 0-87732-083-7.)

Jørn Brøndal. Ethnic Leadership and Midwestern Politics: Scandinavian Americans and the Progressive Movement in Wisconsin, 1890–1914. Northfield, Minn.: Norwegian-American Historical Association; distributed by University of Illinois Press. 2004. Pp. xi, 379. $44.95

Patricia Cline Cohen, Timothy J. Gilfoyle, Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz. The Flash Press: Sporting Male Weeklies in 1840s New York. (Historical Studies of Urban America.) Chicago: University of Chicago Press, in association with the American Antiquarian Society. 2008. Pp. 278. $20.00.

The Colony That Rose from the Sea: Norwegian Maritime Migration and Community in Brooklyn, 1850–1910. By David C. Mauk. (Northfield, Minn.: Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1997. xvi, 272 pp. $44.95, ISBN 0-87732-086-1.)

David C. Mauk. The Colony that Rose from the Sea: Norwegian Maritime Migration and Community in Brooklyn, 1850–1910. Northfield, Minn.: Norwegian-American Historical Association; distributed by the University of Illinois Press, Champaign, Ill. 1997. Pp. xiii, 272. $44.95

BREASTED, James Henry (1865 - 1935), Orientalist, historian; Director of the Oriental Institute since 1919, University of Chicago; Corresponding Member Royal Academy of Sciences, Berlin, 1907; Institut de France, 1930; Foreign Member Bavarian Akademie, 1931; Royal Academy of Belgium, 1934; Royal Academy of Denmark, 1935; Archæologisches Institut des Deutschen Reiches, Berlin, 1931; President American Oriental Society, 1918; Hon. Fellow Society of Antiquaries of London, 1919; Member American Philosophical Society, 1919 (Vice-President, 1927–33); Corresponding Member American Geographical Society, 1922; National Academy of Sciences (USA), 1923; Hon. Member Royal Asiatic Society, 1923; President, History of Science Society, 1926; President, American Historical Association, 1928; Gold Medal, Geographic Society of Chicago, 1929; Rosenberger Gold Medal History of Civilization, 1929; Gold Medal, Holland Society, 1930; Gold Medal, distinguished achievement in Fine Arts, American Institute of Architects, 1934

WATSON, Foster (1860 - 1929), Professor Emeritus and Special Lecturer in the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, since 1913; Special Lecturer in the University of Liverpool, 1920; Dunkin Lecturer in Manchester College, Oxford, 1920; Gresham Professor of Rhetoric since 1915; formerly Chairman of Committee of the Educational Conferences; Life Member of the Court of Governors of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth; Governor of Dr Williams’s High School for Girls, Dolgelley; External Examiner in Education in the University of London, 1905–09, 1913–17, 1923–27; in the University of Liverpool, 1922–24, and of the National Froebel Union; late Examiner in Education, Universities of Cambridge and Aberdeen; Departmental Editor, Cyclopedia of Education, New York; Editor of the Encyclopædia and Dictionary of Education, London; a Trustee of Dr Williams’s Library; one of the Vice-Presidents of the Royal Society of Literature; Hon. Member of the Maine Historical Society USA; Corresponding Member of the Hispanic Society of America; Corresponding Member of the Real Academia de Buenas Letras de Barcelona; Director hc del Centro de Cultura Valenciana; Socio honorario del Rat Penat de Valencia, and Soci de Mérit del Centro Escolar y Mercantil de Valencia; Hon. Member of La Association de Amigos de Luis Vives

 

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Founded at Saratoga, N.Y., in 1884 and incorporated (1889) with a main office in Washington, D.C. It has aided in the classification of official documents, and promoted, organized, and published ...

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