Merle Curti, 1954
Rise of the American nation, by Lewis Paul Todd and Merle
Curti. Liberty ed.
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, c1982.
Austria and the United States, 1848-1852, a study in diplomatic
Merle Eugene Curti. Northampton, Mass.: Dept. of history of Smith college, 1926.
The American peace crusade, 1815-1860. Durham: Duke University Press, 1929.
Bryan and world peace, by Merle Eugene Curti. Northampton,
Department of history of Smith college, 1931.
Peace or war; the American struggle, 1636-1936, by Merle
Curti. New York: W.
W. Norton & company, c1936.
The Learned Blacksmith; the letters and journals of Elihu Burritt,
by Merle Curti.
New York: Wilson-Erickson, incorporated, 1937
The growth of American thought, by Merle Curti. New York,
London: Harper &
Brothers, 1943; Reprint The with a new preface by the author. New Brunswick: Transaction Books, c1982.
The roots of American loyalty, by Merle Curti. New York:
The University of Wisconsin: a history, by Merle Curti
& Vernon Carstensen.
Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1949, c1999.
American scholarship in the twentieth century. With essays
by Merle Curti.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1953.
A history of American civilization, by Merle Curti, Richard
H. Shyrock. Others
New York: Harper, 1953.
Prelude to point four; American technical missions overseas,
Merle Curti and Kendall Birr. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1954.
Probing our past, by Merle Curti. New York: Harper, c1955.
American paradox: the conflict of thought and action.
New Brunswick: Rutgers
University Press, c1956.
The making of an American community; a case study of democracy
in a frontier
county, by Merle Curti, with the assistance of Robert Daniel. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1959.
The social ideas of American educators, with new chapter on
the last twenty-five
years. Paterson: Pageant Books, 1959.
American philanthropy abroad, by Merle Curti; with a new
introduction by the
author. New Brunswick, USA : Transaction Books, c1988.
The American nation: Reconstruction to the present, by
Lewis Paul Todd, Merle
Curti. Orlando: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, c1986.
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