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John Bach McMaster

Author Code: AJBM

Born: Jun. 29, 1852 - Brooklyn, New York, USA

Died: May 24, 1932 - Darien, Connecticut, USA

Educated at City College of New York, McMaster received a degree in civil engineering in 1873 and worked for a year in Chicago and Virginia before returning to New York. He earned a living there as a tutor before becoming an assistant professor of civil engineering at Princeton University in 1877. In 1878, he traveled to the Western US on an expedition which convinced him to write on American history. In 1883, he published the first of eight volumes of A History of the People of the United States from the Revolution to the Civil War, which was extremely popular. That year he began teaching history at the Wharton School of Economics and Economy at the University of Pennsylvania and remained there until his retirement in 1919. He helped to establish the School of American History at the University in 1891. In 1897, he published A School History of the United States which became a standard school textbook on the subject for many years. In 1913, he traveled to Europe and later became a proponent of America's entry into World War I. His other works include Life, Memoirs, Military Career and Death of General U.S. Grant (1885), Origin, Meaning and Application of the Monroe Doctrine (1896), Primary History of the United States (1901), Daniel Webster (1902), Old Standards of Public Morals (1906), Brief History of the United States (1907), Life and Times of Stephen Girard, Mariner and Merchant (1918) and United States in the World War [1918-1920] (1920).

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AJBM002 Old Standard of Public Morals 1906 9 256k Article Download PDF - 'Old Standard of Public Morals' (AJBM002) Find a printed copy of Old Standard of Public Morals by John Bach McMaster at AbeBooks
AJBM001 The Origin, Meaning and Application of the Monroe Doctrine 1896 17 307k eBook Download PDF - 'The Origin, Meaning and Application of the Monroe Doctrine' (AJBM001) Find a printed copy of The Origin, Meaning and Application of the Monroe Doctrine by John Bach McMaster at AbeBooks

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