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Billias, George Athan

BILLIAS, George Athan

BILLIAS, George Athan. American, b. 1919. Genres: History. Career: Prof. emeritus, 1989, Professor of American History, since 1962, and Jacob & Frances Hiatt Professor of History, since 1983, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts Professor of American History, University of Maine, Orono, 1954-61. Publications: Massachusetts Land Bankers of 1740, 1959; General John Glover and His Marblehead Mariners, 1960; Elbridge Gerry: Founding Father and Republican Statesman, 1976; The Republican Synthesis Revisited: Essay in Honor of George Athan Billian, 1992. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: George Washington's Generals, 1964; The American Revolution: How Revolutionary Was It?, 1965, 3rd ed. 1980; George Washington's Opponents, 1969; American Constitutionalism Abroad, 1990; George Washington's General and Opponents: Their Exploits and Leadership, 1994. EDITOR: Law and Authority in Colonial America, 1965; (with G.N. Grob) Interpretations of American History, 1967; The Federalists: Realists or Idealogues?, 1970; (with G.N. Grob) American History: Retrospect and Prospect, 1971; (with A. Vaughan) Perspectives on Early American History, 1973;. Address: History Dept, Clark University, Worcester, MA 01610, U.S.A.

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