John Chester Miller

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John Chester Miller (1907-1991)[1] was a US historian who wrote of the American Revolution and its prominent figures. His books were well received.[2]

Born in Santa Barbara, California, he studied at College of Puget Sound for a year before transferring to Harvard University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in 1930. Encouraged by Samuel Eliot Morison to change his postgraduate focus to history, he received master's and doctoral degrees in that field during the 1930s.[1]

He taught at Bryn Mawr College and at Stanford University.[1]