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Grant Foreman • 16 Items / 11 Books, 2 Articles, 3 Reviews
Sequoyah (1938)
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Published Reviews
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    Western Territories and States (Review)
    Sequoyah, by Grant Foreman
    1. Sequoyah by Grant Foreman
    The American Historical Review, October 1939, p. 247
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    Books: A Reader's List (11 Reviews)
    Alone Through the Forbidden Land, by Gustav Krist
    1. Alone Through the Forbidden Land by Gustav Krist
    2. Our Amazing Earth by Carroll Lane Fenton
    3. Women in the Soviet East by Fannina W. Halle
    4. Rebirth of Monopoly by William J. Kemnitzer
    5. America's Young Men by Durward Howes
    6. The Life of Lenin by Platon M. Kerzhentsev
    7. The London Miscellany by Robert Harling
    8. Sequoyah by Grant Foreman
    9. The Peril of Fascism by A.B. Magil and Henry Stevens
    10. Between Sleeping and Waking by Dorothy Charques
    11. Pray for the Wanderer by Kate O'Brien
    The New Republic, August 24, 1938, p. 84
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    The Check List (12 Reviews)
    Biography
    1. The Greenwood Hat by J.M. Barrie
    2. Heinrich Heine: Paradox and Poet by Louis Untermeyer
    3. King George VI by Hector Bolitho
    4. Charles Lamb, and His Contemporaries by Edmund Blunden
    5. The Living Torch by A.E. and Monk Gibbon
    6. Pepita by Vita Sackville-West
    7. Victorian Critics of Democracy by Benjamin Evans Lippincott
    8. Mark Twain: A Portrait by Edgar Lee Masters
    9. Sequoyah by Grant Foreman
    10. Cleopatra: The Story of a Queen by Emil Ludwig
    11. Unflinching by Edgar V. Christian
    12. Everybody's Autobiography by Gertrude Stein
    The American Mercury, July 1938, pp. 354-355
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    The New Books (15 Reviews)
    Anecdotes of Painting in England, 1760-1795, by Horace Walpole
    1. Anecdotes of Painting in England, 1760-1795 by Horace Walpole
    2. Sequoyah by Grant Foreman
    3. The Naked Blade by George Challis
    4. You Haven't Changed by Margaret Culkin Banning
    5. The Dream Prevails by Maud Diver
    6. Adventure with Women by Sophie Kerr
    7. Lisa Vale by Olive Higgins Prouty
    8. The Strongest Son by Barbara B. Stevens
    9. Hussein by R.P. Russ
    10. The Ants' Nest by Muriel Daly
    11. The Historical Nights' Entertainment: Third Series by Rafael Sabatini
    12. The Siege of Charleston by Bernhard A. Uhlendorf
    13. Terror in Russia? Two Views by Upton Sinclair and Eugene Lyons
    14. The Book: The Story of Printing and Bookmaking by Douglas C. McMurtrie
    15. The Yankee Whaler by Clifford W. Ashley
    The Saturday Review, July 9, 1938, pp. 20-22