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Thick 8vo. VG/VG. blue waffle paper spine with beige lettering and blue/white pictorial circle. navy waffle paper DJ front panel with beige lettering and enlarged copy of spine photo. rear panel features brown/white photo with brown type on white waffled paper. DJ protects beige HB cloth spine with blue imprinted lettering, front and rear panels, spine ends and corners intact. blue endpapers unmarked. frontispiece is black/white on glossy. 599 pp. ISBN # 0195016092. Rockville.
Very good in very good dust jacket. Light edge wear and some jacket surface blemishing. Volume near fine; light page block soiling. Tan tightly woven cloth over boards. Blue spine titles; brown decorative elements. Classic jacket: subject B&W portrait, blue-toned, light brown frame. B&W photo section. Chapter notes; Index. Audience: General/trade. Biography of an innovative researcher who, born in 1861, became president of the American Historical Association. Frederick Jackson Turner of Wisconsin developed the frontier thesis that changed Americans' view of the country's past. His academic life kept him extraordinarily busy, frustrating his need to write. Frontier historian Ray A Billington writes of Turner's concept of westward expansion and sectionalism as having shaken the scholarly world, rocketing Turner into the role as the most influential historian of the 20th century.
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