Manual of American History, Diplomacy, and Government: For Class Use

Manual of American History, Diplomacy, and Government: For Class Use

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Manual of American History, Diplomacy, and Government: For Class Use

Manual of American History, Diplomacy, and Government: For Class Use

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This book is the result of twenty-five years' experience as a teacher of American History at Harvard University; and embodies methods and materials for several forms of individual student work, as required in courses in American history, diplomacy, and government in that institution. The book is founded on several previous publications of a similar kind, issued by the author under the titles "Outlines," "Suggestions for Students," "Revised Suggestions," and "Hand-Book"; but the material has been carefully worked over for the present volume, especially in view of a change in the narrative course in United Stateshistory, by which it includes the forty years since the Civil War. The references for the group readings, lectures, and class-room papers have been revised and enlarged by including the numerous books that have appeared during the last six years; and they have been verified by Mr. J. M. Plaisted, 2d, for several years assistant in the Harvard course in United States history, and by Mr. Thomas N. Hoover of the Harvard Graduate School.

Although adapted to be a guide and aid in some specific courses conducted by the author in Harvard University, it is hoped that the arrangement of the volume will make it . . .

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