AMERICAN HISTORY TITLES IN THE NORTON LIBRARY
Samuel Flagg Bemis The Latin American Policy of the United States N412
Ray Allen Billington, Ed. The Reinterpretation of Early American History N446
Fawn Brodie Thaddeus Stevens N331
Robert E. Brown Charles Beard and the Constitution N296
Edmund Cody Burnett The Continental Congress N278
George W. Cable The Negro Question: A Selection of Writings on Civil Rights in the South N420
Dudley T. Cornish The Sable Arm: Negro Troops in the Union Army, 1861-1865 N334
John Paton Davies, Jr. Foreign and Other Affairs N330
Dwight Lowell Dumond Antislavery N370
Herbert Feis Contest Over Japan N466
Herbert Feis The Diplomacy of the Dollar N333
Herbert Feis The Spanish Story N339
Herbert Feis Three International Episodes: Seen from E. A. N351
Dewey W. Grantham The Democratic South N299
Fletcher Green Constitutional Development in the South Atlantic States, 1776-1860 N348
Michael Garibaldi Hall Edward Randolph and the American Colonies, 1676-1703 N480
Holman Hamilton Prologue to Conflict: The Crisis and Compromise of 1850 N345
Pendleton Herring The Politics of Democracy N306
Preston J. Hubbard Origins of the TVA: The Muscle Shoals Confroversy, 1920-1932 N467
Rufus Jones The Quakers in the American Colonies N356
George F. Kennan Realities of American Foreign Policy N320
William L. Langer Our Vichy Gamble N379
Douglas Edward Leach Flintlock and Tomahawk: New England in King Philip's War N340
James Madison Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787 Reported by James Madison N485
C. Peter Magrath Yazoo: The Case of Fletcher v. Peck N418
Alpheus T. Mason The Supreme Court from Taft to Warren N257
Burl Noggle Teapot Dome N297
Douglass C. North The Economic Growth of the United States, 1790- 1860 N346
Norman Pollack The Populist Response to Industrial America N295
Robert E. Quirk An Affair of Honor: Woodrow Wilson and the Occupation of Veracruz N390
Eric Robson The American Revolution, In Its Political and Military Aspects: 1763-1783 N382
James W. Silver Confederate Morale and Church Propaganda N422

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