Books on early American history and culture, 1961-1970 : an annotated bibliography /

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Author / Creator: Irwin, Raymond.
Format: Book
Imprint: Westport, Conn. : Praeger Publishers, 2007.
Series:Bibliographies and indexes in American history ; no. 54.
Online Access:Table of contents only

Each entry within this guide outlines scholarly books, authors, editors and publishers that exhibit the most useful information for research. Following each detailed citation is a brief summary of the book. Each book listed covers a wide variety of subjects in American history including Native Americans, slavery, gender and migration to rural life, agriculture, politics, government and communication.

This volume is part of a series of annotated bibliographies on early American history and culture. Extensive indexes, thematic chapters and book summaries will assist any researcher in an easy manner.

Aside from outlining fantastic scholarly books, this book includes chapters on general early American history, historiography and public history to name a few. This is the only comprehensive guide to early American history and culture for this period and it indicates which books from the 1960s have been most influential in the journal literature of the past twenty-five years.

Item Description:Includes index.
Physical Description:x, 324 pages ; 24 cm.
Author Notes:Raymond D. Irwin is Professor History and Government at Ohio International College, where he also serves as Chief Academic Officer. He has written articles on colonial American religion, government, and a historiography, as well as social studies teachers' guides and reference works. He also complied Books on Early American History and Culture, 1951-1960 (Praeger, 2006).