Edward Channing Biography

Edward Channing (June 15, 1856–January 7, 1931) taught at Harvard University from 1883–1929. He was the author of the six-volume History of the United States.


American history leaflets; colonial and constitutional. Ed. by Albert Bushnell Hart and Edward Channing no. 1-36. New York, A. Lovell & company, 1892-1910.

Elements of United States history, by Edward Channing in consultation with Susan J. Ginn. New York : The Macmillan Company, 1919 [1910].

Extracts from the sagas describing the voyages to Vinland. New York : P. P. Simmons Co., 1906, 1892. First lessons in United States history. New York : Macmillan, 1904.

The genesis of the Massachusetts town, and the development of town meeting government. Cambridge, Mass.:] J. Wilson and son, 1892.

Guide to the study and reading of American history, by Edward Channing, Albert Bushnell Hart, and Frederick Jackson Turner. Edition: Rev. and augm. ed. Boston, London, Ginn and Company, 1914.

A history of the United States, by Edward Channing. 7 vols. New York: Octagon Books, 1977, 1905-1932.

The Jeffersonian system, 1801-1811, by Edward Channing. New York, Harper, 1906; Reprint, New York, Cooper Square, 1968.

The story of the Great Lakes, New York, The Macmillan Company, 1909

Town and county government in the English colonies of North America, by Edward Channing. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1884.

The Virginia and Kentucky resolutions: with the alien, sedition, and other acts. 1798-1799. New York : Parker P. Simmons, 1912.