Historians and the Scottish-American Connection

(1861-1957)[American lawyer, historian, and essayist]

(1902)[Biography of Champlain;with an illustration by Théophile Hamel (1817-1870),after an original by Balthazar Moncornet (ca.

Posterazzi Thomas Carlyle To Scottish Born Historian And Essayist Canvas Art Ken Welsh

Cameron, R.A.(1925)[Monograph on the famous Scottish artist, profusely illustrated]

(1875)[A history of Prince Edward Island from 1763 (when it passed from France to Britain)to 1873 (when it joined Confederation)]

Scottish historian and essayist - School Amazingka

December 4 1795Essayist and historian , best known for his "French Revolution" born in Ecclefechan.

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Thomas Carlyle - Journalist - Biography

Scott [Francis Scott Key] (1896-1940)[American novelist and essayist]

(November 1931)[Essay: the author, himself one of the most famous figures of the Jazz Age of the 1920s,describes the period from its beginning to its then quite recent end.

Thought for the Day, Dec. 4, 2017 – Daily News

[William Edward Burghardt] (1868-1963)[American historian and civil rights leader]

(1958)[An essay written by Du Bois on the occasion of his ninetieth birthday.

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Cunninghame Graham (1852-1936)[Scottish politician and author]:

(1925)[Four stories written at various points during Conrad's life, dealing with the sea,Polish history, and much else.]

Victorian Essayist French Revolution

Thisenhanced edition of the essay includes eighteen colour reproductionsof his paintings, which demonstrate how well he had learned his new craft.]

(1940)[Pamphlet: history of Britain's social service and income support programs]

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(1923)[Mystery novel, with elements of romance, set in NorthernCanada (Cody lived in the Yukon for some years).

Engraving of 19th century Scottish essayist Thomas Carlyle

His sympathetic account of the special challenges faced by Canadian literatureis clear, accurate, and well worth reading: "To one who takes careful accountof the difficulties which have steadily beset its growth its survival assomething interesting and important seems a miracle."]


(1872) [Historical essays]