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Max Farrand

Author Code: AMXF

Born: Mar. 29, 1869 - Newark, New Jersey, USA

Died: Jun. 17, 1945 - Bar Harbor, Maine, USA

Educated at Newark Academy and Princeton University, where he achieved his Ph.D in 1896, Farrand had also studied briefly at the Universities of Heidelberg and Leipzig. He was appointed professor of history at Wesleyan University in 1896. In 1901, he moved on to Stanford University as head of the history department. In 1908, he returned east to Yale University as professor of history and remained there until 1925. In 1911, he published The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787, a masterpiece of editing and one which is still the definitive work on the subject. Farrand married Beatrix Jones, one of the most important American landscape architects of the 20th century, in 1913. In 1926, after leaving Yale, Farrand was appointed director of the educational division of the Commonwealth Fund. In 1927, he was named the director of research for the Huntington Library in San Marino, California, where he continued to work until his death. In addition to numerous papers on history in various professional journals, his work includes The Framing of the Constitution (1913), The Development of the United States from Colonies to a World Power (1918) and Fathers of the Constitution (1921).

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AMXF002 Compromises on the Constitution 1904 9 176k Article Download PDF - 'Compromises on the Constitution' (AMXF002) Find a printed copy of Compromises on the Constitution by Max Farrand at AbeBooks
AMXF001 The Fathers of the Constitution 1921 78 432k eBook Download PDF - 'The Fathers of the Constitution' (AMXF001) Find a printed copy of The Fathers of the Constitution by Max Farrand at AbeBooks
AMXF005 The First Hayburn Case 1908 5 169k Article Download PDF - 'The First Hayburn Case' (AMXF005) Find a printed copy of The First Hayburn Case by Max Farrand at AbeBooks
AMFX006 The Indian Boundary Line 1905 8 449k Article Download PDF - 'The Indian Boundary Line' (AMFX006) Find a printed copy of The Indian Boundary Line by Max Farrand at AbeBooks
AMXF007 The Judiciary Act of 1801 1900 5 165k Article Download PDF - 'The Judiciary Act of 1801' (AMXF007) Find a printed copy of The Judiciary Act of 1801 by Max Farrand at AbeBooks
AMXF003 The Taxation of Tea, 1767-1773 1898 4 152k Article Download PDF - 'The Taxation of Tea, 1767-1773' (AMXF003) Find a printed copy of The Taxation of Tea, 1767-1773 by Max Farrand at AbeBooks
AMXF004 Territory and District 1900 5 171k Article Download PDF - 'Territory and District' (AMXF004) Find a printed copy of Territory and District by Max Farrand at AbeBooks

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