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  1. On Turner's Trail: 100 Years of Writing Western History by Wilbur R. Jacobs, 1994-07
  2. The Turner Thesis: Concerning the Role of the Frontier in American History (Problems in American Civilization)
  3. The Frontier Thesis: Valid Interpretation of American History? by Ray Allen, Ed. Billington, 1966-01
  4. The Progressive Historians--Turner, Beard, Parrington (A Phoenix book) by Richard Hofstadter, 1979-11
  5. The Frontier in American Culture by Richard White, Patricia Nelson Limerick, 1994-10-17
  6. Billy Sunday: A Novel by Rod Jones, 1996-06
  7. The Genesis of the Frontier Thesis: A Study in Historical Creativity by Ray Allen Billington, 1971-06

21. Amon Carter Museum | New Books
25 cm. E179.5 .T9577Amon Carter Museum MAIN Turner, Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932.

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Truth, Sojourner; Tuckwell, William, 18291919; Turgenev, Ivan Sergeevich,1818-1883; Turner, Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932; Twain, Mark

23. PAL: Appendix L - The Frontier In American Literature
Turner, Frederick Jackson, 18611932. The frontier in American history. Witha foreword by RA Billington. Malabar, Fla. RE Krieger, 1985. E179.5 .T956.
PAL: Perspectives in American Literature - A Research and Reference Guide Paul P. Reuben Appendix L: The Frontier in American Literature The Frontier Hypothesis or the Turner Thesis Selected Bibliography: Books Selected Bibliography: Articles MLA Style Citation of this Web Page ... Home Page The Frontier Hypothesis or the Turner Thesis A Wisconsin historian, Frederick Jackson Turner , gave his frontier statement in a paper on "The Significance of the Frontier in American History" read before the American Historical Association at the Chicago World's Columbian Exposition in 1893. According to Henry Nash Smith (listed below), Turner's statement revolutionized American histriography and eventually made itself felt in economics and sociology, in literary criticism, and even in politics. Turner's central contention was that "the existence of an area of free land, its continuous recession, and the advance of American settlement westward explain American development." Turner maintained that the West, not the proslavery South or the antislavery North, was the most important among American sections, and that the novel attitudes and institutions produced by the frontier, especially through its encouragement of democracy, had been more significant than the imported European heritage in shaping American society. Turner's most important debt to his intellectual traditions is the ideas of savagery and civilization that he uses to define the central factor of the frontier. His frontier is explicitly "the meeting point between savagery and civilization." From the standpoint of economic theory the wilderness beyond the frontier, the realm of savagery, is a constant receding area of free land. Free land tended to relieve poverty and fostered economic equality. Both these tendencies made for an increase of democracy. Turner was convinced that democracy, the rise of the common man, was one of the great movements of modern history.

24. Milwaukee Public Library - Wisconsin Writers Wall Of Fame
Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932) Born in Portage A graduate from the State University(Wisconsin) in 1884, Turner became a professor at the University of
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A Jesuit priest, Prucha is a professor of history at Marquette University, where he has taught since 1960. In his many writings he explores the complex and sometimes tempestuous relations of the American Indians with the dominant white society.
Frederick Jackson Turner

Born in Portage
A graduate from the State University (Wisconsin) in 1884, Turner became a professor at the University of Wisconsin, where he drew the inspiration for his essay "The Significance of the Frontier in American History" which addresses American territorial expansion and its impact on the growth of democracy. An author of numerous books, his name is synonymous with the western frontier. John Gurda Lois Ehlert Marguerite Henry August Derleth ... City of Milwaukee Milwaukee Public Library 814 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53233 (414) 286-3000

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26. Historical Markers
Frederick Jackson Turner 18611932. Location City of Portage, W. Wisconsinand Cook Streets. Considered the most important historian

27. Elektroninen Kirjasto: T
Turner, Frederick Jackson (18611932) The Frontier in American History, frame-dependenthtml, html. Turner, Nat The Confessions of Nat Turner (html).
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28. American Literature I Lecture 1: Introduction
Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932), “The Significance of the Frontier in AmericanHistory (1893) In 1893 a young historian named Frederick Jackson Turner
American Literature I – Fall 2002
Lecture One: Introduction (September 4)
Concepts and Terms
self-conscious reading
reader response / aesthetics of reception
horizon of expectations
ideology / hegemony
“America” as a trope
American exceptionalism
writing and colonialism
Names and Quotes
Louis Althusser on "ideology" (from "Marxism and Humanism" [1969]): [Ideology is] a system (with its own logic and rigour) of representations (images, myths, ideas or concepts, depending on the case) endowed with a historical existence and role within a given society. Stuart Hall (from "Signification, Representation, Ideology: Althusser and the Post-Structuralist Debates" [1985]): ideologies do not operate through single ideas; [rather,] they operate, in discursive chains, in clusters, in semantic fields, in discursive formations. As you enter an ideological field and pick out any one nodal representation or idea, you immediately trigger off a whole chain of connotative associations. Ideological representations connote – summon – one another. F. O. Matthiessen

actress. Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932) was an American Historianand was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for History in 1933. Harold
Turner (old English) is a surname reflecting the occupation (one who uses a lathe). At first the name tended to be of French origin, where names were recorded by French clerks. Surname's derived from a craft were protected by the ancient guilds.
  • 1,711 listed on surname index for 1881 Devonshire Census in England
  • 30th commonest surname in USA in 1939
  • Family name of the barons Netherthorpe
Cathy Turner (b.1962) Representing the U.S.A. she won the 1994 Olympic gold medal 500 meter race in womens short track speedskating, 1994 Olympic bronze medal in the womens short track relay, 1992 Olympic gold medal winner in the 500 meter race in womens short track speedskating, 1992 silver medal in the womens 3000 meter relay race. Charles Tennyson Turner (1808-1879) a British poet and vicar of Grasby, Lincolnshire. He was the second surviving of the Tennyson brothers (he changed his name to Turner on inheriting a small legacy from a great-uncle) He collaborated in boyhood with Coleridge and his his brother Alfred (Lord Alfred Tennyson) to write Poems by Two Brothers Clyde "Bulldog" Turner (1919-1998) a American football player for thirteen years who played Center position with the Chicago Bears. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1966 and his jersey #66 was retired.

30. Frederick
philosopher. Frederick Gilmer Bonfils (18601933) American publisher.Frederick Jackson Turner (1861-1932) American historian. Bedrich

31. Unitarian Universalist Biographical Dictionary
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32. Chronological List Of Notable Wisconsin Authors
Thwaites, Reuben Gold Turner, Frederick Jackson Wilder, Laura Ingalls, 190919711887-1968 1874-1938 1860-1940 1887-1948 1838-1914 1853-1913 1861-1932 1867-1957.

Notable Wisconsin Authors
Banta Award Annual Honors Committee Members
Notable Wisconsin Authors
Carter, Alden
Judson, John

Schafer, Joseph

Weinbaum, Stanley Grauman
MacKendrick, Paul Lachlan

Ferris, Helen Josephine
Smith, Walter Wellesley "Red"
Toland, John Willard
Daly, Maureen

Latimer, Margery
Percival, James Gates Williams, T. Harry ... Raskin, Ellen Barton, Rebecca C. Doran, Madeleine K. Otto, Max C. Smith, Ethel Sabin Nesbit, Robert C. Willard, Frances E. Ets, Marie Hall Havighurst, Walter Smith, Alice E. Andrews, Roy Chapman Ellis, Melvin Richard Henry, Marguerite Kennan, George Frost Niedecker, Lorine Agard, Walter Gregory, Horace Wilcox, Ella Wheeler Schorer, Mark Walsh, Chad Beck, Warren Gard, Robert Pollak, Felix Wilder, Thornton Baker, Ray Stannard Curti, Merle Kinzie, Juliette

33. Alphabetical List Of Notable Wisconsin Authors
John Willard Toland, 1912, 1983. Yi-Fu Tuan, 1930-, 1995. Frederick Jackson Turner,1861-1932, 1973. Thorstein Bunde Veblen, 1857-1929, 1974. Ronald Wallace, 1945-,1994.

Notable Wisconsin Authors
Banta Award Annual Honors Committee Members
Notable Wisconsin Authors
Author Dates Award
Nathan Aaseng Walter Agard Stephen E. Ambrose Roy Chapman Andrews Ray Stannard Baker Lorna Balian Rebecca C.Barton Warren Beck John Frederic Bennett Norbert Blei Paul Boyer Frederic Brown Nancy Ekholm Burkert ... Richard N. Current Merle Curti Maureen Daly August Derleth Mark L. Dintenfass Madeleine K. Doran Lois Ehlert Melvin Richard Ellis Elizabeth Enright Marie Hall Ets Edna Ferber Helen Josephine Ferris Zona Gale Robert Gard Hamlin Garland Horace Gregory Jane Hamilton Frances Hamerstrom Walter Havighurst Ben Hecht Florence Parry Heide Kevin Henkes Marguerite Henry William B. Hesseltine Jens Jensen John Judson Virginia Kahl Louise Phelps Kellogg George Frost Kennan David Kherdian Charles King Juliette Kinzie Kathleen Krull Herbert Oswald Nicholas Kubly Increase Allen Lapham Margery Latimer William Ellery Leonard Aldo Leopold Gerda Lerner Ben Logan Paul Lachlan MacKendrick Edna Kritz Meudt ... Mountain Wolf Woman John Muir Robert C. Nesbit

34. Shanenotes2
The single individual who most shaped our understanding of what the frontierwas and of what it meant was Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932).
Shane and the Turner Thesis
This selection is from David Daly and Joel Persky. "The Western: Myth and Reality," Journal of the West , April 1990. The single individual who most shaped our understanding of what the frontier was and of what it meant was Frederick Jackson Turner (1861-1932). Many historians believe that the paper he gave at the American HistoricalAssociation's conference in 1893, "The Significance of the Frontier in American History," ranks as a uniquely significant piece of historical scholarship. Turner argued that the West needed to be taken seriously. It was a point of view that was to be endorsed by future Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, both of whom were keenly interested in the study of history. The basis of the Turner Thesis was the idea that the phenomenon of a moving frontier, where one stage of development gives way to the next, explained what made America unique. The distinctive American national character, Turner said, was the result of the erosion of the influence of European culture as Whites encountered the raw, elemental nature of the frontier. Even American democracy, he said, was the product of the frontier. Rather than seeing the opening of the West as solely the result of the work of certain heroic individuals, Turner conceived of American history in much broader social terms. He understood the enormous challenge of survival the Western environment posed. Turner made clear the significance of the physical realities of the West in determining history. His influence can be seen in the work of filmmakers like John Ford, Sam Peckinpah, and Don Siegel. Many of these directors' films reflect a real sense of the immenseness, loneliness, and hardship that was the real West.

35. People Behind The Names T
Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932) Historian at Wisconsin and Harvard.JAMES Turner (1840-1915) Negro educator. Active in Missouri politics.
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37. Stories, Listed By Author
Stories, Listed by Author. Previous Tableof-Contents Turner, Frederick Jackson(1861-1932) * The Significance of the Frontoer in American History, (ar)
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38. Selections
History, Search, X, Turner, Frederick Jackson, 18611932, Frontierin American History, The, 1920, History, Search, X, X, Veblen, Thorsten,1857
Scholars Select Most Influential Books
[Under Construction] The following table lists the selections by the following:
"Savants Select Most Influential Volumes," English Journal 25 (1936). [25 selections each by Edward Weeks, editor of the Atlantic Monthly Press ; Charles A. Beard, historian; John Dewey, philosopher]
Malcolm Cowley and Bernard Smith, Books That Changed Our Minds (1939). [12 selections]
Horace Shipp, Books That Moved the World (1945). [10 selections]
Robert B. Downs, Books That Changed the World (1956) [16 selections] Note: Some of these lists were compiled with restrictions. Dewey, Weeks, and Beard were asked to "select the twenty-five most influential books published in the last fifty years." This means between 1874 and 1936. Downs, on the other hand, writes, "For practical reasons, it was arbitrarily decided to restrict the discussion to books in science and the social sciences, omitting such vastly important fields as religion, philosophy, and literature." Author Dates for Author Title Date of pub.

39. Journal Of Interdisciplinary History, Volume 30 - Table Of Contents
Turner, Frederick Jackson, 18611932. Reviews. Kelley, Donald R., 1931-Wonders and the Order of Nature, 1150-1750 (review) Subjects
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