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Reginald Hargreaves

Major Hargreaves is a retired British army officer, a graduate of Cheltenham, and the author of a number of books of history. He lives at Wootton St. Lawrence in Hampshire.
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Laurence Farmer

Dr. Laurence Farmer has compiled a volume of physicians’ letters covering the last 250 years, entitled Doctors’ Legacy . He discussed the 1793 epidemic of yellow fever in Philadelphia in the April...
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Penrose Scull

Penrose Scull, author of many articles on business and business history, is currently working on a book about the early history of selling in the United States.
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Helen Augur

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George Dangerfield

English-born George Dangerfield (Oxon. 1927), who is now an American citizen, won both the Bancroft and Pulitzer prizes in 1953 for his study of the Monroe-Adams period, The Era of Good Feelings...
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Lynn Montross

Lynn Montross has written several books on the American Revolution, including The Reluctant Rebels (1950) and Rag, Tag and Bobtail (1951), the story of the Continental Army.
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Donald Culross Peattie

Author-botanist Donald Culross Peattie, born in Chicago, now lives in California. His books include A Natural History of Trees , American Heartwood and Immortal Village .
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Thomas Naughton

Thomas J. Naughton, holder of an engineering degree from Princeton and a former magazine editor, is now a free-lance writer living in Old Saybrook, Connecticut.
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Richard Hofstadter

Richard Hofstadter (1916-1970), was the DeWitt Clinton Professor of American History at Columbia University. Hofstadter won the Pulitzer Prize for history in 1956 for The Age of Reform, and in 1964...
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Evarts Erickson

Evarts Erickson is a free-lance writer who lives in Boston and denies that he has ever seen a sea serpent.
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