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Henry Charles Lea was a successful publisher and civic reformer before establishing himself as America's first distinguished historian of the Middle Ages. He was elected President of the American Historical Association and his works on the Spanish Inquisition were published to international acclaim. He received many honors from European universities.Review:
""An achievement which places its author at the head of all American historical students now living. To put the matter shortly Mr Lea has produced a work on a subject of absorbing interest, which for many a long day to come must serve as an authority to European experts on the subject"" -- The New York Times
""Rarely has so significant an institution been so sanely and comprehensively studied"" -- The Nation
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