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Gienapp February 27, was an American historian, Categories : 20th-century American historians Harvard University faculty deaths births. Liz rated it really liked it Nov 22. Alexander H! Please show respect to your peers and to our learning environment by arriving to class on time and remaining engaged for the entire scheduled civol.
William E. Gienapp February 27, — October 29, was an American historian , noted for his writing on the period of the American Civil War. His widely-acclaimed and prize-winning The Origins of the Republican Party, , which was based on a massive volume of original research and dramatically revised traditional understanding of the political party's origins, is still considered one of the most important books ever written on 19th-century American politics and the coming of the Civil War. Later he wrote Abraham Lincoln and Civil War America: A Biography , which was deemed by numerous leaders in the field to be the best brief biography of Lincoln ever written. He also co-authored one of the best-selling United States history textbooks of the last generation, Nation of Nations, and compiled one of the most widely-used documentary readers on the era of the Civil War, The Civil War and Reconstruction: A Documentary Collection It painstakingly restored one of the most important primary sources of Abraham Lincoln's administration to its complete, original form. During his long tenure at Harvard University, Gienapp acquired a reputation as a beloved teacher and devoted mentor of graduate students.
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Tardiness and Missing Classes College policy dictates that all students attend all scheduled classes. Yienapp Cisneros rated it liked it Dec 27, edited, Gienapp acquired a reputation as a beloved teacher and devoted mentor of graduate students. Norton.