Personal Name: Cruden, Robert. Publication, Distribution, et. Westport, Conn. Personal Name: Rhodes, James Ford, 1848-1927. Rubrics: Historians United States Biography.
After earning a fortune in the iron, coal, and steel industries by 1885, he retired from business. He published an eighth volume in 1920.
Topics Rhodes, James Ford, 1848-1927. Publisher Press of Western Reserve University. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Includes bibliography. Openlibrary work OL15802913W. Page-progression lr. Pages 314. Ppi 514. Scandate 20110617185831. Scanningcenter shenzhen. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on October 25, 2010.
Home All Categories James Ford Rhodes: The Man, The Historian And His Work. ISBN13: 9781161685206. James Ford Rhodes : The Man, the Historian and His Work. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.
This historiographical study attempts to analyze Rhodes' historical work and his views on history and its functions, and on the role of the historian. Specific attention is given to Rhodes' use of sources and to his reputation for objectivity in light of current standards of historical criticism. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found.
the man, the historian, and his work. Published 1961 by Press of Western Reserve University in . Written in English. James Ford Rhodes (1848-1927).
Raymond Curtis Miller's essay on Rhodes in William T. Hutchinson, e. The Marcus W. Jernegan Essay in American Historiography (1937), is brief but valuable. DeWolfe Howe, James Ford Rhodes: American Historian (1929), is adulatory and virtually ignores Rhodes's historical ideas but contains a large number of his letters. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text.
There he studied the Civil War and American historiography with Harvey Wish, and combined both interests in a dissertation on the historian James Ford Rhodes, which he subsequently published in 1961 as James Ford Rhodes: The Man, the Historian, and His Work. After a stint with Baldwin-Wallace College in Ohio, he arrived at Lewis and Clark in 1963, where he taught until his retirement in 1978. Although nearly 50 at the start of his academic career, Bob Cruden was enormously productive. Bob Cruden always said that to learn the history one must study the historian (a view captured by the title of his book on Rhodes).