Charles M. Andrews Biography

Charles M. Andrews (February 22, 1863–September 9, 1943) received his PhD from Johns Hopkins University in 1889. He taught at Bryn Mawr College, Johns Hopkins, and Yale University. He won the 1935 Pulitzer Prize for The Colonial Period of American History.


The river towns of Connecticut: a study of Wethersfield, Hartford, and Windsor, by Charles M. Andrews. Baltimore: Publication Agency of the Johns Hopkins University, 1889.

The historical development of modern Europe, from the Congress of Vienna to the present time, 1815-1897, by Charles M. Andrews. 2 vols. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's sons 1900.

Colonial self-government, 1652-1689, by Charles McLean Andrews. New York: Harper & brothers, 1904; Reprint, St. Clair Shores, Mich.: Scholarly Press, 1969.

British committees, commissions, and councils of trade and plantations, 1622-1675, by Charles M. Andrews. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1908.

A short history of England, by Charles M. Andrews. Boston, Allyn and Bacon, 1921.

The Boston merchants and the non-importation movement, by Charles M. Andrews. Cambridge: J. Wilson and son, 1917.

Colonial folkways; a chronicle of American life in the reign of the Georges, by Charles M. Andrews. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1919.

The fathers of New England; a chronicle of the Puritan commonwealths, by Charles M. Andrews. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1919; Reprint, New York: United States Publishers Association, 1978

The colonial background of the American Revolution; four essays in American Colonial history, by Charles M. Andrews. Rev. ed. New Haven: Yale university press, 1931.