Examples: Prince; Princeton University; Ken Follett; Follett,Ken
1shortlisttitle datasearch history  
results search [or] ISN:0000000110206131 | 1 hits
0000 0001 1020 6131
Franklin Jameson, John
Jameson, J. F.
Jameson, J. Franklin
Jameson, John F.
Jameson, John Franklin
Creation class: 
Language material
Manuscript language material
Creation role: 
writer of accompanying material
Related names: 
American Historical Association
Amherst college. Class of 1879
Bourne, Henry Eldridge (1862-1946)
Carey, Martha Ward (1837-)
Danckaerts, Jasper
Duruy, Victor (1811-1894)
Gilman, Daniel Coit (1831-1908))
James, Bartlett Burleigh
Kimball, Gertrude Selwyn (1863-1910))
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America
Rothberg, Morey
Schuyler, Robert Livingston (1883-)
State University of Iowa Department of Political Science
Tolles, Frederick B.
久保, 芳和 (1919-)
Am. hist. rev.
American Acta sanctorum, The
American historian's raw Materials. -, The
American historical association, 1884-1909., The
American revolution considered as a social movement
arrival of the pilgrims, The
Bibliography of early party conventions;
Census of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts in the United States and Canada
[Collected papers.]
Colonial captivities, marches, and journeys.
control of the higher education in the United States, The
Departmental and miscellaneous papers
Dictionary of United States history, 1492-1899 Four centuries of history
Dictionary of United States history alphabetical, chronological, statistical, from the earliest explorations to the present time
Early narratives of the Northwest, 1634-1699
Encyclopedic dictionary of American reference
expenditures of foreign governments in behalf of history, The
Franklin. Report of the Department of Historical Research, 1907:
functioning of government in the mountain counties of West Virginia, The ; a study in realistic politics
functions of state and local historical societies., The
Gaps in the published records of United States history
Guide to the materials in London archives for the history of the United States since 1783, by Charles O. Paullin,... and Frederic L. Paxson,...
historian's world; selections from the correspondence of John Franklin Jameson., An
history of France, A
history of historical writing in America. -, The
History of Plymouth plantation, 1606-1647
History of the class of 1879 in Amherst college, from 1924 to 1929.
International Historical Congress at Oslo, The
Introduction to the study of the constitutional and political history of the states
J. Franklin Jameson papers
James Monroe
John Franklin Jameson and the development of humanistic scholarship in America
Johnson's Wonder-working providence, 1628-1651;
Journal of Jasper Danckaerts, 1679-1680;
Journal of the transactions and occurences in the settlement of Massachusetts and the other New England Colonies
Letters on the nullification movement in South Carolina, 1830-1834
List of doctoral dissertations in history now in progress at the chief American universities.
List of Documents in Spanish Archives relating to the history of the United States, which have been Printed or of which transcripts are preserved in American libraries
Narratives of early Pennsylvania, West New Jersey and Delaware, 1630-1707
Narratives of New Netherland, 1609-1664
Narratives of the insurrections 1675-1690
Origin of the standing committee system in american legislative bodies
Original narratives of early American history...
Papers from the Historical seminary of Brown university;
Privateering and piracy in the colonial period:
Providence in colonial times
Provisional list of printed lists of ambassadors and other diplomatic representatives..., Dr J.-F. Jameson. A
Record of the town of Amherst from 1735 to 1788.
[Report of the] Division of manuscripts. 1928/29- and European historical mission.
rivoluzione americana come movimento sociale, La
St. Eustatius in the American revolution
State Papers
Studies in the history of the Federal convention of 1787.
Willem Usselinx founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India companies
Winthrop's journal "History of New England", 1630-1649