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Elisha Benjamin Andrews (1844–1917)

Andrews, Elisha Benjamin. An American historical and economical writer; born at Hinsdale, NH, Jan. 10, 1844; died in 1917. He was professor in various colleges and later became president of Brown University (1889). He wrote: ‘Institutes of our Constitutional History, English and American’ (1887); ‘Institutes of General History’ (1889); ‘Institutes of Economics’ (1889); ‘History of the United States’; ‘History of the Last Quarter-Century in the U.S.’ (1896); ‘History of U.S. in Our Own Times’ (1904).