This is the grave of William H. Prescott. Born in 1796 in Salem, Massachusetts, Prescott grew up well off. His father was a prominent lawyer, his grandfather a colonel in.
This is the grave of James Malin. Born in Edgeley, North Dakota in 1893, Malin grew up in Kansas, with the family moving there in 1903. He was interested in.
This is the grave of Hubert Howe Bancroft. Born in 1832 in Granville, Ohio, Bancroft grew up in an abolitionist and religious household that was interested in reform movements generally,.
This is the grave of Charles Seymour. Born in 1885 in New Haven, Seymour's blood ran as blue as the Bush family would in the 20th century. This was pure.
The idiot president of the American Historical Association, James Sweet, permanently destroyed his reputation in much of the profession through his ill-thought out essay on "presentism," in which he didn't.
This is the grave of Ulrich B. Phillips. Born in 1877 in La Grange, Georgia, Phillips was a son of the post-Reconstruction South and boy did he show it over.
This is the grave of John Spencer Bassett. Born in 1867 in Tarboro, North Carolina, Bassett was a white kid in the Reconstruction era and its aftermath, but he had.
This is the grave of Edmond Meany. Born in 1862 in East Saginaw, Michigan, Meany moved out to Washington Territory at some point during his early life, I think in.