Wallace Notestein

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Wallace Notestein in 1919

Wallace Notestein (1878–1969) was an American historian and Sterling Professor of English History at Yale University from 1928 to 1947.[1] He was married to women's educational pioneer Ada Louise Comstock.


  • A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718 (1911)
  • The English People on the Eve of Colonization, 1603-1630 (1954)
  • Four Worthies: John Chamberlain, Anne Clifford, John Taylor, Oliver Heywood (1957)
  • The House of Commons 1604-1610 (1971)
  • The Scot in history : a study of the interplay of character and history (1946)
  • The winning of the initiative by the House of Commons (1926)
  • English folk, a book of characters. (1938)


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