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  1. The frontier in American history, by Frederick Jackson Turner. by Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932. Turner, 1920-01-01
  2. The frontier in American history by Frederick Jackson Turner 1861-1932, 1920-12-31
  3. A half century of American politics, 1789-1840; by Frederick Jackson Turner 1861-1932, 1894-12-31
  4. The South, 1820-1830 by Frederick Jackson Turner 1861-1932, 1906-12-31
  5. The character and influence of the Indian trade in Wisconsin by Frederick Jackson Turner 1861-1932, 1891-12-31
  6. Outline studies in the history of the Northwest by Frederick Jackson Turner 1861-1932, 1888-12-31
  7. List of references on the history of the West. by Turner. Frederick Jackson. 1861-1932., 1913-01-01
  8. The character and influence of the Indian trade in Wisconsin : a study of the trading post as an institution by Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932 Turner, 2009-10-26
  9. The old West by Frederick Jackson Turner 1861-1932 State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1909-12-31
  10. Frederick Jackson Turner (U.S.Authors) by James D. Bennett, 1976-02
  11. Frederick Jackson Turner: A Reference Guide (Reference Publication in Literature) by Vernon E. Mattson, William E. Marion, 1985-04
  12. Frederick Jackson Turner: Wisconsin'S Historian Of The Frontier by Martin Ridge, 1986-12-15
  13. The Eloquence of Frederick Jackson Turner by Ronald H. Carpenter, 1983-07
  14. Early Writings (Essay index reprint series) by Frederick J. Turner, 1977-06

41. America Is A Mosaic, Not A Melting Pot - SouthCoast Response
Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932 ed. note) was a young and not yet particularlydistinguished American historian from the University of Wisconsin when , in

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Member posted 02-05-2003 09:17 PM Senator Joe MCarthy must be having a ball in his grave. The neo-fascists like him are coming out of the woodwork. If they could, they would take over the United States government and make it a fascist dictatorship. We, Americans who believe in free speech and democracy and our Constitution, will not allow them to massacre our principles of freedom and free enterprise. America, we love you Wimo
Member posted 02-05-2003 09:37 PM Funny, just today I was thinking that maybe Raimundo was not going to use Hate Speech anymore. I was wrong. WHAT is a "neo-fascist" Ray? Exactly, not some fuzzy non-definition.
The dictatorship I worry about is the one Hilary Clinton would impose (she's my McCarthy). You know what I'm talking about - chain the productive members of society to their work, to produce for The State, which you happen to work for (Public School is Government School). Leave property ostensibly in private hands, but create so many environmental and other regulations that property holders have to beg The State to be allowed to use their own property.

42. ASME History And Heritage: Quotes On History
Each age writes the history of the past anew with reference to the conditions uppermostin its own time. Frederick Jackson Turner, 18611932, US historian.
Quotes on History, in general back to QUOTES "What is past is prologue." William Shakespeare, 1564-1616, English playwright and poet "The story of civilization is, in a sense, the story of engineeringthat long and arduous struggle to make the forces of nature work for man's good." L. Sprague DeCamp "History is concerned with time, space, and change. It is concerned with the unique person, with the unique event, and with their combination." James C. Malin, "The Historian and the Individual," in Essays on Individuality (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1958) "The engineer has been, and is, a maker of history." James Kip Finch, engineer "One must always maintain one's connection to the past and yet ceaselessly pull away from it. To remain in touch with the past requires a love of memory. To remain in touch with the past requires a constant imaginative effort." Gaston Bachelard, 1884-1962, French scientist, philosopher, and literary theorist, Fragments of a Poetics of Fire , "A Retrospective Glance at the Lifework of a Master of Books" (1988; tr. 1990)

43. Historically Speaking . . .
and feminism as reflected in the lives and work of five key American scholarsand writers historian Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932), zoologist and
Historically Speaking . . .
"Every generation" says historian Judith Allen , professor of women's studies and history,"rewrites the past in its own image." Allen notes that coming to terms with the history of feminism has proved no easy matter, particularly when past advocates for women's rights seem to have so little in common with contemporary feminist sensitivities and agendas. In her recent book Rose Scott: Vision and Revision in Feminism , Allenwho previously held Australia's first Chair of Women's Studies at Griffith University, Brisbane and now serves as Director of the Women's Studies Program at Indiana University Bloomingtonexplores how the life and work of a nineteenth-century Australian advocate for women's rights illuminates current debates about periodizing, characterizing, and defining feminism. Despite the credit they deserved for battles well fought, Allen writes that to "third-wave" feminists, early women's rights advocates from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuriesthose who participated in what are commonly referred to as the first and second waves of the women's movementseemed to have more in common with the antifeminist activists of the 1970s than with current feminist agendas. The Women's Liberation Movement of the late 1960s unleashed great interest in the history of women's resistance to male domination. The earliest investigations of foremothers caused serious unease. Since many members of the Women's Liberation Movement began their political lives in the New Left and libertarian student movements of the time, earlier feminists could not fail to disappoint. No wonder women's liberation was needed, some concluded. The forebears had failed badly. They had tackled all the wrong questions. Imagine their thinking that suffrage would change the world. They were prudes and puritans, offensively moralistic on everything. Free abortion on demand, twenty-four-hour child care, free contraception, orgasmic equality, free love, and open relationships seemed to be nowhere on the agenda of these mainly Protestant, bourgeois, teetotal, race-blind dinosaurs.

44. Marmot Library Network /Marmot
Bibliography of Frederick Jackson Turner's works p. 503508. Subject, Turner,Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932. Historians United States Biography.,173,197,325/search/dfrontier and pio

45. Virginia Tech Libraries: New Book List
Author Turner, Frederick Jackson, 18611932. Publisher New Haven YaleUniversity Press, 1998. Location NEWMAN. Call E183.7 N94 2002.
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Central Africans and cultural transformations in the American diaspora / edited by Linda M. Heywood. Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002. Location: NEWMAN
Call: Title: Across this land : a regional geography of the United States and Canada / John C. Hudson. Author: Hudson, John C. Publisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002. Location: NEWMAN
Call: Title: North America : the historical geography of a changing continent / edited by Thomas F. McIlwraith and Edward K. Mu Publisher: Location: NEWMAN
Call: Title: Prehistoric culture change on the Colorado plateau : ten thousand years on Black Mesa / edited by Shirley Powell a Publisher: Tucson : University of Arizona Press, c2002. Location: NEWMAN
Call: Title: Canada's first nations : a history of founding peoples from earliest times / Olive Patricia Dickason. Author: Dickason, Olive Patricia, 1920-

46. Henderson New Book List - January 2001
ISBN 0826314325 Author Turner, Frederick Jackson, 18611932. LC Class E179.5.T957 1993 LC Subject FRONTIER AND PIONEER LIFE UNITED STATES.

47. Book People: Additions To The IPL Online Texts Collection 10-12-01
Foreign economic relationsGermany GermanyForeign economic relationsUnitedStates GermanyHistory19331945 Turner, Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932.$3.html
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48. Ralph Ellison
Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932), American historian, held that the Americancharacter was decisively shaped by conditions on the frontier, in particular
Dr. Fidel Fajardo-Acosta's World Literature Website HOME INDEX CONTACT INFO
Ralph Ellison
Biographical Information Main Works Featured Works: "King of the Bingo Game" Contexts ... Links Biographical Information
  • Ralph Ellison (1914-1994). Black American novelist, essayist, and short story writer most famous for the novel Invisible Man (1952). Ellison is notable for his engagement of issues of oppression and social injustice from a broad human perspective, as well as his rejection of narrow political views and agendas, racial or otherwise.
    1914, Ralph Waldo Ellison born in Oklahoma City, USA; named after Ralph Waldo Emerson.
    1933-1935, drawn to the study of music, Ellison left Oklahoma to pursue a degree in music at Tuskegee, Alabama, where he experienced southern segregation.
    1936, forced to leave Tuskegee, went to New York; in Harlem, he met the poet Langston Hughes with whom he developed a close friendship; Hughes introduced him to novelist Richard Wright who encouraged him to become a writer.

49. Instituto Mora *Revista Secuencia*
Translate this page Trejo Estrada, Evelia 103. Tres artículos de José Juan Tablada sobre Bullock452. Trigo Comercio México 163, 164. Turner, Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932 471.
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50. 19th Century II
Sociological and Historical Writings Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932), The Significance of the Frontier in American History (1893).
Native American Oratory and Chants
Samples from NA 265-273, 861-877 African American Folktales
Samples from HA 194-212 Fiction
Rebecca Harding Davis(1831-1910) Life in the Iron Mills Mark Twain
"The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" (1867) The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn A Conneticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1889) Pudd'nhead Wilson "The Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg" (1900) Bret Harte
"The Outcasts of Poker Flat" George Washington Cable
"Belles Demoiselles Plantation"(1874) Joel Chandler Harris
from Uncle Remus: His Songs and Sayings Rose Terry Cooke
"How Cecilia Changed her Mind" (?) Sarah Orne Jewett
"A White Heron" (1886) Mary E. Freeman
"A New England Nun" (1891) Kate Chopin "Desiree's Baby" (1892) "The Story of an Hour" (1894) "The Storm" (1898) The Awakening Charlotte Perkins Gilman "The Yellow Wall-Paper" "Turned" Henry James The American The Portrait of a Lady The Ambassadors "Daisy Miller" (1879) "The Turn of the Screw" (1898) "The Art of Fiction" (1884, 1888) William Dean Howells The Rise of Silas Lapham Modern Instance (1882) from Criticism and Fiction "An Opportunity for American Fiction" "Editha" (1905) Hamlin Garland Main-Travelled Roads (esp. "Under the Lion's Paw" 1891)

51. The Frontier In American Culture: Bibliography, Nonfiction Available At IUPUI Un
XIV. Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932). I. The FrontierSome Basic ReferenceSources. Return to top. XIV. Frederick Jackson Turner (1861-1932). Benson, Lee.
The Frontier in American Culture
A Suggested Reading List of Nonfiction Titles Available at the IUPUI University Libraries
Compiled by Jim Baldwin
Note: Be sure to check INDYCAT for additional books available at University Library (755 West Michigan Street) or at the Herron School of Art Library (1601 North Pennsylvania Street). Also, don't forget to check INDYCAT for current circulation status. I. The FrontierSome Basic Reference Sources II. General Studies of the Frontier III. Frontier Classics IV. Personal Narratives of Frontier Life V. Native Americans and the Frontier VI. African-Americans and the Frontier VII. Women and the Frontier VIII. Social and Cultural Life on the Frontier IX. Religion on the Frontier X. Violence on the Frontier XI. The Frontier as Depicted in American Art XII. The Frontier in Indiana and Adjacent States XIII. Buffalo Bill Cody (1846-1917) XIV. Frederick Jackson Turner (1861-1932)
I. The FrontierSome Basic Reference Sources
Carpenter, Allan. The Encyclopedia of the Midwest . New York: Facts on File, 1989.

52. Home Page
reserve). To read Frederick Jackson Turner's (18611932) The Significanceof the Frontier in American History (1893), click here.
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The Norton Anthology of American Literature . 5th edition. Volume I. Writing with Style . Silver Anniversary Edition. John Trimble. Wieland; or, The Transformation: An American Tale . Charles Brockden Brown. The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket . Edgar Allan Poe. Studies in Classic American Literature . D. H. Lawrence. God and the American Writer. Alfred Kazin. Recommended A Writer's Reference . Fourth Edition. Diana Hacker. Webster's College Dictionary. Online Resources Webliography for the Study of American Literature Webster's Online Dictionary Note In addition to the texts above, there are a number of items on reserve in the library. These materials are listed in the daily assignments below. You should make copies of these essays and bring them to class on the appropriate days. Grading Essay Exam I 15% Essay Exam II 25% Final Exam 30% Revision of Essay #1 30% Quizzes During the course of the semester you may expect at least 6 unannounced quizzes. These quizzes are designed to make sure that you complete the class readings. Each successfully completed quiz will be worth one point. At the end of the semester these points will be added to your final grade. If you do well on the quizzes, you may raise your grade substantially.

53. Towards A Biblical Creation-Based Historiography.
Another example is that of Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932), authorof the frontier theory of American history. Turner based his theory

54. Ch
Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932), Professor of History at the University of Wisconsinand Harvard, presented his historic statement on frontier in 1893 at US.htm
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J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur (1735-1813), an American farmer of French descent and subsequently the French Counsel in New York, raised the pertinent question exactly two hundred years ago about the origin of an American in his passionate and intriguing contemporary study of his adopted country. Devoting perhaps the most pivotal chapter of his autobiographical study and itself the earliest landmark in American Studies, Crevecoeur, epitomising Enlightenment's Idea of Progress, himself noted: "He [an American] is arrived on a new continent; a modern society offers itself to his contemplation, different from what he had hitherto seen. It is not composed, as in Europe, of great lords who possess everything, and of a herd of people who have nothing." [i] Such have-nots of European 'ethnics,' running away from the political and religious profession and economic deprivation of Europe had found an "asylum" that resulted into a new curious character, as he observed: "He is an American who, leaving behind him all his ancient prejudices and manners, receives new ones from the new mode of life he has embraced, the new government he obeys, and the new ranks he holds. He becomes an American by being received in the broad lap of our great Alma Mater. Here individuals of all nations are melted into a new race of man, whose labours and posterity will one day cause great changes in the world. Americans are the Western pilgrims, who are carrying along with them that great mass of arts, sciences, vigour, and industry which began long since in the east; they will finish the great circle."

55. WHMC-Columbia--Stanley C. Smith, Papers, 1951-1971 (C3607)--INVENTORY
Tiemann, Norbert Theodore; Tree of Life; Turner, Frederick Jackson(18611932); Tushla, Robert; US Bureau of Indian Affairs; United Poet
Stanley C. Smith (1928- ), Papers, 1951-1971 (C3607)
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Papers of a newspaper editor, tavern operator, teacher, and close friend of the poet John G. Neihardt. Smith managed one of Neihardt's public speaking tours and the two corresponded regularly for twenty years. The papers consist primarily of letters, but also include records related to the 1965 speaking tour, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
The Stanley C. Smith Papers were donated to the University of Missouri by Stanley C. Smith on March 20, 1979 (Acession No. 4217) and Hilda Neihardt Petri on March 1, 1979 (Accession No. 4213).
Stanley Smith and John Neihardt first met in 1948 at the University of Missouri, where Smith was an undergraduate English student and Neihardt a sixty-seven year old guest lecturer in poetry. Smith became a frequent visitor at Neihardt's farm outside Columbia, "Sky-Rim", and maintained the friendship by correspondence after his graduation. Following a period of military service Smith returned to his native Nebraska where he edited and published a weekly newspaper, The Waunetta Breeze , for ten years. Smith led the 1961 campaign to elect Neihardt to the Nebraska Hall of Fame and to erect a bust of him permanently in the state capitol building. He also served as publicist and business manager for Neihardt's 1965 public speaking tour of Nebraska. On several occasions the two men vactioned together, retracing Western pioneer routes and visiting historic sites. From 1965 to 1967 Smith mangaged a tavern and tourist attraction, "Front Street", in Ogallala, Nebraska. In 1969 he returned to graduate school and earned a Master of Science degree in education at Kearney State College. His thesis

56. Western Expansion
New York TimeLife Books, 1974. 978 Tur Turner, Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932. Thefrontier in American History. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1962.
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1974. 973 Turner, Frederick Jackson, 18611932. Tur The frontier in Americanhistory / by Frederick. 946 Jackson Turner.Collector's ed.Norwalk, Conn.

58. Authors S-U
18471916 Trueman, Howard Truth, Sojourner Tuckwell, William, 1829-1919 Turgenev,Ivan Sergeevich, 1818-1883 Turner, Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932 Twain, Mark
Home Author Title Topic ... Book Club The Worldwide Library making e-books available to everyone worldwide without charge now. WWL Author Index Start A B C ... Z
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Sands, George W., ca. 1824-1874
Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966
Sangster, Margaret E. (Margaret Elizabeth), 1894-1981
Saunders, Marshall, 1861-1947
Savage, Ernest Albert, 1877-1966
Scavezze, Dan Schiller, Friedrich, 1759-1805 Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich von, 1759-1805 Schreiner, Olive, 1855-1920 AKA: Iron, Ralph, 1855-1920 Schwartau, Winn Scott, Leroy, 1875-1929 Scott, Walter Dill, 1869-1955 Scott, Walter, Sir, 1771-1832 Scully, W. C. (William Charles), 1855-1943 Seeger, Alan, 1888-1916 Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, ca. 55 B.C.-ca. 39 A.D Service, Robert W. (Robert William), 1874-1958 Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946 Severy, Melvin Linwood, 1863- Seward, Albert Charles, Sir, 1863-1941

59. Amerikanische Literaturwissenschaft - Empfohlene Literatur
Lion's Paw *. Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932). The Significanceof the Frontier in American History (1894; NF)**. Edith Wharton
Amerikanische Literaturwissenschaft
empfohlene Literatur Despite the discussions whether it is still possible to determine which texts belong to the so-called 'canon', students are often confused and overwhelmed by the vast amount of literature they are expected to get familiar with. The following READING LIST is meant as a help to get you started on your own independent reading. The minimum reading load consists of the literature marked with a double asterisk. Students majoring in American Literature should also be familiar with some of the other texts (preferably those marked with one asterisk). Abbreviations: NF Non-Fiction
P Poetry
F Narrative Fiction
D Drama
NA Norton Anthology of American Literature
HA Heath Anthology of American Literature ** read it!! * try to find time to read it


60. American History II
Hawaii. Frederick Jackson Turner (18611932) had published The Significanceof the Frontier in American History in 1893. Turner's
American History II
The United States Becomes an Empire

Three general propositions form the foundation for most discussions about war and foreign policy in history and political science courses in colleges today. The first is that war is the extension of a nation's diplomacy by other than peaceful means . The second is that no matter why a nation enters a war, that war itself changes the relationship of its citizens with each other and with the national government . (For example, look at the changes that the Vietnam War brought about in these areas.) The third is that the rhetoric justifying or opposing a war reveals a great deal about the way a nation thinks about itself Historians have different and opposing interpretations about America's involvement in world affairs in the years after the Civil War. The major positions taken are generally as follows: 1. Before 1898, America was isolationist, following George Washington's advice to avoid entangling alliances.
2. After the Civil War, America was expansionist, extending its "Manifest Destiny" idea outside the United States as it sought new markets and other benefits of colonies.

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