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Frank Aretas Haskell

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Francis Russell

Francis Russell, a frequent contributor, is the author of Adams: An American Dynasty , a book recently published by American Heritage.
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Ada Nisbet

Ada Nisbet was a professor of English at UCLA who wrote several studies of nineteenth-century Anglo-American relations. She published Dickens and Ellen Ternan (1952) and edited Dickens Centennial...
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Keith Kyle

Keith Kyle is Washington correspondent of The Economist , of London. He took his degree in history at Oxford, where he studied under A. J. P. Taylor. This article is taken from a talk he gave over...
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Paul Engle

Paul Engle (1908 – 1991), anoted American poet, editor, teacher, literary critic, novelist, and playwright. He is perhaps best remembered as the long-time director of the Iowa Writers' Workshop...
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Marshall Flshwick

Marshall Fishwick ii associate professor of American studies at Washington and Lee University. Among his recent books are The Virginia Tradition. General Lee’s Photographer , and American Heroes...
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Harrison Kinney

Paul H. Downing, the technical expert in this collaboration, is an ex-cavalryman and onetime banker whose avocation is horse-drawn vehicles. Recently he became a professional consultant on...
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Frances Williams Browin

Frances Williams Browin, a former editor with magazines and a publishing house, is the author of a number of books for young people, including Big Bridge to Brooklyn: The Roebling Story , just...
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Fred J. Cook

Fred J. Cook was a longtime staff writer for the New York World Telegram and Sun. Called by Studs Terkel "the finest investigative reporter in the land," Cook was the author of 45...
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G. Van Deurs

Rear Admiral Van Deurs, born in Portland, Oregon, in 1901, entered the Navy in 1917, qualified as a naval aviator in 1923, and retired from active service in 1951.
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