Herbert E. Bolton and the Historiography of the Americas

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NOTES
1.
Michael Krause and Davis D. Joyce, The Writing American History, rev. ed. ( Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1985), 277-281.
2.
Herbert E. Bolton to Arthur Schlesinger, 11/26/ 1919, Bolton Papers, Out, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. (Bolton Papers, part 2, Correspondence, is divided into categories In and Out. Hereafter cited as Bolton Papers In or Out.)
3.
The only time he used the term "thesis" was in a letter to Verner W. Crane in 1919.
4.
John F. Bannon, Herbert Eugene Bolton: The Historian and the Man, 1870-1953 ( Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1978), 255-256.
5.
For a rather complete listing of these articles, see ibid.,264-265.
6.
Herbert E. Bolton, "An Introductory Course in American History", Historical Outlook 15.1 ( 1924): 17-20.
7.
Herbert E. Bolton, History of the Americas: A Syllabus with Maps ( Boston: Ginn, 1928).
8.
Herbert E. Bolton, "The Epic of Greater America", American Historical Review 38 ( 1933): 448-474; La epopeya de la máxima América, trans. Carmen Alessio Robles , Publication no. 30 ( México, DF: Instituto Panamericano de Geografía e Historia, 1937); Wider Horizons of American History ( New York: Apleton-Century, 1939); John F. Bannon, ed., Bolton and the Spanish Borderlands ( Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. 1963) 301-332; Lewis Hanke, ed., Do the Americas Have a Common History? A Critique of the Bolton Theory ( New York: Knopf, 1964), 67- 102.
9.
J. Manuel Espinosa, "Bolton: History of the Americas", Historical Bulletin 14 ( 1936): 81-82.
10.
Edmundo O'Gorman, Do the Americas Have A Common History? trans. Angel Flores , Points of View no. 3 ( Washington, DC: Pan-American Union, Division of Intellectual Cooperation, 1941).
11.
William C. Binkley, "Have the Americas a Common History?: A United States View", Canadian Historical Review 23 ( 1942):125-132; George W. Brown, "Have the Americas a Common History?: A Canadian View", Canadian Historical Review 23 ( 1942):132-138; O'Gorman; "Have the Americas a Common History?: A Mexican View", Canadian Historican Review 23 ( 1942): 139-148; Germán Arciniegas, "Have the Americas a Common History? A South American View", Canadian Historical Review 23 ( 1942): 148-156.
12.
José de Onís, "The Americas of Herbert E. Bolton", The Americas 12 ( 1955): 157-168; Charles L. Eastlack, "Herbert Eugene Bolton ( 1870- 1953): His Ideas and Practice as a Historian of the Americas" (thesis, University of Texas, Austin, 1958).
13.
Bannon, Herbert Eugene Bolton, 255-256.
14.
Krause and Joyce, Writing of American History, 277-281; Carl Berger, The Writing of Canadian History: Aspects of English-Canadian Historical Writing Since 1900, 2nd ed. ( Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1986); Héctor José Tanzi, "Historiografía americana", Revista de historia de América 104 ( 1987): 65-112.
15.
Bannon, Spanish Borderlands, 301.
16.
Bolton, "Epic of Greater America", 448-449.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Notes xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • 2- Bolton Develops The Americas Concept, 1890-1919 27
  • Notes 48
  • The Americas Concept Emerges, 1919-1929 53
  • Notes 75
  • Appendix: Chrono- Bibliography of the History Of the Americas 155
  • Bibliography 181
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