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John Bach McMaster (1852–1932)

McMaster, John Bach. An American historian of celebrity; born at Brooklyn, NY, June 29, 1852; died in 1932. He was professor of American history in the University of Pennsylvania after 1883. He wrote ‘Benjamin Franklin as a Man of Letters’ (1887), etc. His principal work is ‘History of the People of the United States’; ‘Cambridge Modern History’ (1903); ‘The Struggle of the Social, Political, and Industrial Rights of Man’ (1903); ‘Brief History of the United States’ (1907). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).