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The American Historical Review Archives
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The American Historical Review, January 1923 Issue
- 77 Articles, 202pp
Articles 
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  • Notes and Suggestions 
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    , pp. 286-287 - PDF
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      An Introduction to the History of History, by ...
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      , pp. 286-287
      1. An Introduction to the History of History by James T. Shotwell
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      , pp. 288-289
      1. History: Its Theory and Practice by Benedetto Croce
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      , p. 290
      1. The New Larned History for Ready Reference Reading and Research by J.N. Larned and Donald E. Smith
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      , pp. 291-292
      1. La Terre et l'Evolution Humaine by Lucien Febvre
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      , p. 293
      1. Early Civilization: An Introduction to Anthropology by Alexander A. Goldenweiser
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      , pp. 294-295
      1. The Question of Aborigines in the Law and Practice of Nations by Alpheus Henry Snow
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      , p. 296
      1. Manual of Collections of Treaties and of Collections Relating to Treaties by Denys P. Myers
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    , pp. 297-298 - PDF
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      The Passion of Al-Hallaj, by Louis Massignon
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      , pp. 297-298
      1. The Passion of Al-Hallaj by Louis Massignon
      2. Essai Sur Les Origines du Lexique Technique de la Mystique Musulmane by Louis Massignon
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      1. A Short History of the British Commonwealth by Ramsay Muir
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      1. Bracton de Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae by George E. Woodbine
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      , p. 304
      1. The Jesuits, 1534-1921 by Thomas J. Campbell
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      1. Scottish Colonial Schemes, 1620-1686 by George Pratt Insh
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      1. Scottish Colonial Schemes, 1620-1686 by George Pratt Insh
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      1. The Fiscal and Diplomatic Freedom of the British Oversea Dominions by Edward Porritt and David Kinley
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      , p. 318
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      1. The Works of Samuel de Champlain by H.P. Biggar and Samuel de Champlain
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      , pp. 325-326
      1. The Life and Times of John Carroll, Archbishop of Baltimore, 1735-1815 by Peter Guilday
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      (Review)
      , pp. 327-328
      1. The Causes of the War of Independence by Claude H. Van Tyne
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      , p. 329
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      1. Documents and Their Scientific Examination by C. Ainsworth Mitchell
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      1. Intervention in International Law by Ellery C. Stowell
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      1. Intervention in International Law by Ellery C. Stowell
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      1. Intervention in International Law by Ellery C. Stowell
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      1. A Brief Account of the Military Orders in Spain by Georgiana Goddard King
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      1. Mystics and Heretics in Italy at the End of the Middle Ages and Their Moral Philosophy by Emile Gebhart
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      1. Mystics and Heretics in Italy at the End of the Middle Ages and Their Moral Philosophy by Emile Gebhart
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      1. Mystics and Heretics in Italy at the End of the Middle Ages and Their Moral Philosophy by Emile Gebhart
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      1. Mystics and Heretics in Italy at the End of the Middle Ages and Their Moral Philosophy by Emile Gebhart
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      1. British Diplomatic Instructions, 1689-1789, Vol. I: Sweden, 1689-1727 by James Frederick Chance
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      1. British Diplomatic Instructions, 1689-1789, Vol. I: Sweden, 1689-1727 by James Frederick Chance
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      , p. 356
      1. The French Revolution by Albert Mathiez
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      1. Letters of Admiral of the Fleet, the Earl of St. Vincent by John Jervis St. Vincent
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      , p. 358
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      1. The Relation of British Policy to the Declaration of the Monroe Doctrine by Leonard Axel Lawson
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      1. The Colonial Clippers by Basil Lubbock
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      1. The Colonial Clippers by Basil Lubbock
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      1. The Colonial Clippers by Basil Lubbock
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      , p. 362
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      1. Letters from the Front
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      , p. 364
      1. The Conquest of New Granada by R.B. Cunninghame Graham
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      , p. 364
      1. Early History of the Creek Indians and Their Neighbors by John R. Swanton
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      , p. 366
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      , p. 367
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      (Review)
      , p. 368
      1. Legislative Procedure by Robert Luce
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      , p. 369
      1. The English Traveller in America, 1785-1835 by Jane Louise Mesick
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      , p. 370
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    1. Delaware and the Eastern Shore by Edward Noble Vallandigham