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The genesis of the frontier thesis : a study in historical creativity / by Ray Allen Billington.

By: Billington, Ray Allen, 1903-1981.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: San Marino, Calif. : Huntington Library, 1971Description: xi, 315 p. 27 cm.ISBN: 0873280504; 9780873280501.Subject(s): Turner, Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932 | Frontier and pioneer life -- United States -- Historiography | United States -- Territorial expansion -- Historiography | Frontier thesis | Frontier | Turner, Frederick Jackson | Geschichte | Frontier | USA | Frontier and pioneer life United States Historiography | Frontier thesis | Turner, Frederick Jackson 1861-1932 | United States Territorial expansion HistoriographyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Genesis of the frontier thesis.DDC classification: 973 Other classification: 15.85 | HT 1075 | HU 1075 | NB 6597
Contents:
The frontier thesis in retrospect -- Fred J. Turner : background and training, 1885-1889 -- The emerging hypothesis, 1889-1892 -- The social climate -- The intellectual climate -- Reading and speculation, 1892-1893 -- The 1893 essay and its reception -- The William E. Dodd correspondence, 1919 -- The Constance Lindsay Skinner Correspondence, 1922 -- The Carl Becker correspondence, 1925-1927 -- The Merle Curi correspondence, 1918-1931 -- The Luther L. Bernard correspondence, 1928.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The frontier thesis in retrospect -- Fred J. Turner : background and training, 1885-1889 -- The emerging hypothesis, 1889-1892 -- The social climate -- The intellectual climate -- Reading and speculation, 1892-1893 -- The 1893 essay and its reception -- The William E. Dodd correspondence, 1919 -- The Constance Lindsay Skinner Correspondence, 1922 -- The Carl Becker correspondence, 1925-1927 -- The Merle Curi correspondence, 1918-1931 -- The Luther L. Bernard correspondence, 1928.

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