Title: Annual Report of the American Historical ...
Publisher: Washington, D.C., GPO, 1900
Publication Date: 1900
871 p. This august organization was incorporated by Congress in 1899 and the secretary of the Smithsonian Institution submitted this report to Congress in 1900. Edward Eggleston was president of AHA at the time. The report details the annual meeting and prints the inaugural address by the first president, James Ford Rhodes, and published nineteen or twenty other interesting papers on topics ranging from "Removal of Officials by the Presidents of the United States," by Carl Russell Fish, to "The Problem of Chinese Immigration in Farther Asia," by F.W. Williams, to " The Proposed Absorption of Mexico in 1847-48," by Edward G. Bourne. Includes one large fold-out chart. Midnight blue cloth cover, gilt titles, worn at extremities; binding firm; interior pages very good. Bookseller Inventory # 7363AH
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