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United States (United States) (search for this): entry thorpe-francis-newton
was fellow Professor of American Constitutional History at the University of Pennsylvania in 1885-98. He is the author of The government of the people of the United States; Franklin and the University of Pennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United Statessity of Pennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A constitutional history of the American people, 1776-1850; The constitutional history of the United States in 1765–;1895; and A history of the United States for Junior classes.sity of Pennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A constitutional history of the American people, 1776-1850; The constitutional history of the United States in 1765–;1895; and A history of the United States for Junior clas
Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): entry thorpe-francis-newton
on 1857- Author; born in Swampscott, Mass., April 16, 1857; studied at Syracuse University and at the University of Pennsylvania Law School; was fellow Professor of American Constitutional History at the University of Pennsylvania in 1885-98. He Pennsylvania in 1885-98. He is the author of The government of the people of the United States; Franklin and the University of Pennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A cPennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A constitutional history of the American people, 1776-1850; The constitutional history of the United States in 1765–;1895; and A history of the United States for Junior classes.State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A constitutional history of the American people, 1776-1850; The constitutional history of the United States in 1765–;1895; and A history of the United States for Junior clas
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Thorpe, Francis Newton 1857- Author; born in Swampscott, Mass., April 16, 1857; studied at Syracuse University and at the University of Pennsylvania Law School; was fellow Professor of American Constitutional History at the University of Pennsylvania in 1885-98. He is the author of The government of the people of the United States; Franklin and the University of Pennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A constitutional history of the American people, 1776-1850; The constitutional history of the United States in 1765–;1895; and A history of the United States for Junior classe
Thorpe, Francis Newton 1857- Author; born in Swampscott, Mass., April 16, 1857; studied at Syracuse University and at the University of Pennsylvania Law School; was fellow Professor of American Constitutional History at the University of Pennsylvania in 1885-98. He is the author of The government of the people of the United States; Franklin and the University of Pennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A constitutional history of the American people, 1776-1850; The constitutional history of the United States in 1765–;1895; and A history of the United States for Junior classe
Francis Newton Thorpe (search for this): entry thorpe-francis-newton
Thorpe, Francis Newton 1857- Author; born in Swampscott, Mass., April 16, 1857; studied at Syracuse University and at the University of Pennsylvania Law School; was fellow Professor of American Constitutional History at the University of Pennsylvania in 1885-98. He is the author of The government of the people of the United States; Franklin and the University of Pennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A constitutional history of the American people, 1776-1850; The constitutional history of the United States in 1765–;1895; and A history of the United States for Junior classe
Thorpe, Francis Newton 1857- Author; born in Swampscott, Mass., April 16, 1857; studied at Syracuse University and at the University of Pennsylvania Law School; was fellow Professor of American Constitutional History at the University of Pennsylvania in 1885-98. He is the author of The government of the people of the United States; Franklin and the University of Pennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A constitutional history of the American people, 1776-1850; The constitutional history of the United States in 1765–;1895; and A history of the United States for Junior classe
Thorpe, Francis Newton 1857- Author; born in Swampscott, Mass., April 16, 1857; studied at Syracuse University and at the University of Pennsylvania Law School; was fellow Professor of American Constitutional History at the University of Pennsylvania in 1885-98. He is the author of The government of the people of the United States; Franklin and the University of Pennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A constitutional history of the American people, 1776-1850; The constitutional history of the United States in 1765–;1895; and A history of the United States for Junior classe
Thorpe, Francis Newton 1857- Author; born in Swampscott, Mass., April 16, 1857; studied at Syracuse University and at the University of Pennsylvania Law School; was fellow Professor of American Constitutional History at the University of Pennsylvania in 1885-98. He is the author of The government of the people of the United States; Franklin and the University of Pennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A constitutional history of the American people, 1776-1850; The constitutional history of the United States in 1765–;1895; and A history of the United States for Junior classe
Thorpe, Francis Newton 1857- Author; born in Swampscott, Mass., April 16, 1857; studied at Syracuse University and at the University of Pennsylvania Law School; was fellow Professor of American Constitutional History at the University of Pennsylvania in 1885-98. He is the author of The government of the people of the United States; Franklin and the University of Pennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A constitutional history of the American people, 1776-1850; The constitutional history of the United States in 1765–;1895; and A history of the United States for Junior classe
Thorpe, Francis Newton 1857- Author; born in Swampscott, Mass., April 16, 1857; studied at Syracuse University and at the University of Pennsylvania Law School; was fellow Professor of American Constitutional History at the University of Pennsylvania in 1885-98. He is the author of The government of the people of the United States; Franklin and the University of Pennsylvania; The story of the Constitution; The government of the State of Pennsylvania; The Constitution of the United States, with bibliography; A constitutional history of the American people, 1776-1850; The constitutional history of the United States in 1765–;1895; and A history of the United States for Junior classe
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