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Albert Bushnell Hart (1854–1943)

Hart, Albert Bushnell. An American educator, historian, biographer, and essayist; born at Clarksville, PA, July 1, 1854; died in 1943. He was professor of history at Harvard University. He wrote: ‘Coercive Powers of the United States Government’ (1885); ‘Introduction to the Study of Federal Government’ (1890); ‘Studies in Education’; ‘Life of Salmon P. Chase’; ‘Practical Essays on American Government’; ‘Southern South’ (1911); ‘Obvious Orient’ (1911); ‘War in Europe’ (1914); ‘Monroe Doctrine’ (1915); besides editing many historical handbooks.