Charles Grier Sellers

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Charles Grier Sellers (born Charlotte, North Carolina) is an American historian.

Life[edit]

He taught at the University of California, Berkeley, and Princeton University. He was a member of the Southern Historical Association.[1]

He was arrested in the Jackson, Mississippi airport on 21 July 1961, as a part of the Freedom Rides (profiled in Breach of Peace: Portraits of the 1961 Mississippi Freedom Riders).[2]

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Works[edit]

  • Charles Grier Sellers, ed. (1963). Andrew Jackson, nullification and the State-rights tradition. Rand McNally. 
  • James K. Polk, Jacksonian, 1795-1843. Princeton University Press. 1966. 
  • James K. Polk: Continentalist, 1843-1846. Princeton University Press. 1966. 
  • Charles Grier Sellers, ed. (1966). "The travail of slavery". The Southerner as American. E. P. Dutton. 
  • Andrew Jackson; a profile. Hill and Wang. 1971. ISBN 978-0-8090-6051-1. 
  • Charles Grier Sellers, Henry Farnham May, Neil R. McMillen (1974). A synopsis of American history. Chicago: Rand McNally College Pub. Co. ISBN 978-0-929587-74-5.  (7th Edition 1992)
  • As it happened: a history of the United States. McGraw-Hill. 1975. ISBN 978-0-07-056179-3. 
  • The market revolution: Jacksonian America, 1815-1846. Oxford University Press. 1991. ISBN 978-0-19-503889-7. 

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