Edward Gaylord Bourne
Edward Gaylord Bourne, Ph. D. (June 24, 1860 – February 24, 1908) was an American historian, born in Strykersville, New York, and educated at Yale graduating in 1883 with high honors. He taught at Adelbert College, Cleveland from 1888 - 1895 when he became a Professor of History at Yale.
Bourne published many critical papers on historical subjects. One of them, "The Legend of Marcus Whitman," is generally considered to have settled the Whitman question.
- The History of the Surplus Revenue of 1837 (1885)
- Historical Introduction to the Philippine Islands (1903)
- Spain in America (1904)
- Life of J. L. Motley (1905)
- Discovery, Conquest, and History of the Philippine Islands (1907)
- Rocher's Spanish Colonial System (1904), and translated The Narrative of De Soto (1904) and The Voyage of Champlain (1905).
- Works by Edward Gaylord Bourne at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Edward Gaylord Bourne at Internet Archive
- Spain in America at Thayer's American History site
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