. [American Historical Association], 1908. Hard Cover. Very Good / No Jacket. Item #2187980
Base of boards faintly stained, free endpapers removed.
233-450 pp. 8vo. A separately bound edition of the Justin Winsor Prize winning essay originally published by the American Historical Association in 1906. The author, a Ph.D., was a Bulkley Fellow in History at Yale University, Associate Professor in History at Wells College, and Instructor in History at The Woman's College of Baltimore. She discusses the origins of the plan for Indian removal, unsuccessful attempts during the Jefferson administration, the War of 1812, and removal efforts afterwards, with a chapter focusing on John Quincy Adams. Footnotes throughout, bibliography and index follow text.