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Historian Charles Alexander estimated that by the end of 1921, Tulsa had 3, 200 residents in the Klan.
Historian Charles R. Geisst suggested that there has constantly been a " tug-of-war " between business interests on Wall Street and authorities in Washington, D. C .. Generally during the 19th century Wall Street developed its own " unique personality and institutions " with little outside interference.
Historian Charles Ross praises Edward's leadership and skill in close combat rather than his strategies and tactics.
" Historian Charles Wiltse agrees, noting, " Though he is known today primarily for his sectionalism, Calhoun was the last of the great political leaders of his time to take a sectional position — later than Daniel Webster, later than Henry Clay, later than Adams himself.
Historian Charles P. Roland, a native of Crockett County and specialist in the American Civil War and the American South, taught at Alamo High School from 1938 to 1940.
Historian William G. Thomas writes, " At a cost of nearly $ 300, 000, the N. Y., P. & N. was dredging a new harbor out of a large fresh-water lagoon between King ’ s and Old Plantation creeks in lower Northampton County, and Scott planned to develop a new town around it called Cape Charles City.
Historian Charles Webster concludes:
Historian and royal biographer Charles Powell told BBC News in 2008 that " There's a deep-rooted feeling of gratitude for the king's role in the transition to democracy Polls show that he is the individual to whom democratisation is most closely attributed, and the sense of gratitude cuts across class and ideological lines.
" Historian Charles Solomon noted a rubbery, flexible animation quality visible in all Clampett's shorts, and Maltin noted an " energetic, comic anarchy.
* Barrow, Clyde W., More Than a Historian: The Political and Economic Thought of Charles A.
" Henry Charles Lea: The Historian as Reformer.
Historian Charles Edward Cauthen writes:
Historian Charles Hubbard:
Historian Charles Hubbard describes the Confederate perspective to the resolution of the crisis:
Historian and printer Charles Kelly came to know NPS officials at Zion well and volunteered to ' watchdog ' the park for the NPS.
Sir Charles Petrie discusses the club ( and offers criticisms of Mosley's methods ) in his 1972 memoir, A Historian Looks at his World.
Historian Daniel Feller asserts that libertarian authors Thomas DiLorenzo, Charles Adams, and Jeffrey Rogers Hummel have produced a " marriage of neo-Confederates and libertarianism.
Historian George Sherburn then discovered the letters from Charlotte to her mother, from which he wrote his biography of Charles Edward.
Historian Mark Summers concludes that Pike stressed the sensational, but " however maliciously and mendaciously he shaded his evidence, his accounts squared with those of his colleagues Charles Nordhoff of the New York Herald and H. P.
Historian Charles Wolfe noted " It Wasn't God ..." was one of the few notable exceptions to the rule of an answer song not enjoying the same success as the original.
The rock critic Charles Shaar Murray, for example, called him " the Hoodie Historian ... throwing whatever passes for gang signs in the history department of the University of Sheffield ".
* Labaree, Leonard W., " Charles McLean Andrews: Historian, 1863-1943 ", the William and mary Quarterly, third Series, I ( January 1944, pp 3 – 14 )
Historian Charles Freeman posits that Caiaphas and members of the Sanhedrin removed Jesus ' body to stave off possible civil disorder from Jesus's followers.
Historian Charles J. Esdaile describes Machado's " two Spains " as " the one clerical, absolutist and reactionary, and the other secular, constitutional and progressive ," but views this picture of the first Spain as " far too simplistic ", in that it lumps the enlightened absolutism of the 18th century Bourbon monarchs with the reactionary politics that simply wanted to restore the " untrammeled enjoyment " of the privileges of the Church and aristocracy.

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Historian Mark Noll concludes it ranks " among the small handful of semi-sacred texts by which Americans conceive their place in the world ".
Historian Joseph Ellis concludes that the episode demonstrated Washington's bravery, initiative, inexperience and impetuosity.
Historian Gordon Wood concludes that the greatest act in his life was his resignation as commander of the armies — an act that stunned aristocratic Europe.
Historian and biographer Edmund King, whilst painting a slightly more positive picture than Davis, also concludes that Stephen, while a stoic, pious and genial leader, was also rarely, if ever, his own man, usually relying upon stronger characters such as his brother or wife.
Benjamin Balint says it was the " Contentious Magazine That Transformed the Jewish Left Into the Neoconservative Right " Historian Richard Pells concludes that " no other journal of the past half century has been so consistently influential, or so central to the major debates that have transformed the political and intellectual life of the United States.
Historian and Ford biographer Stephen B. Oates, however, concludes that Union deaths were much higher, numbering approximately 30, many of whom drowned in the Rio Grande or were attacked and killed by French border guards on the Mexican side.
Historian Ellen Schrecker concludes that decades of recent scholarship offers a " nuanced portrayal of the party as both a Stalinist sect tied to a vicious regime and the most dynamic organization within the American Left during the 1930s and ' 40s ".
Historian Daniel W. Stowell concludes that white Southerners appropriated the term to describe the political transformation they desired, that is, the end of Reconstruction.
Historian Patrick Allitt concludes that Federalists promoted many conservative positions, including the rule of law under the Constitution, republican government, peaceful change through elections, judicial supremacy, stable national finances, credible and active diplomacy, and protection of wealth.

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" Historian Ron Chernow says of this " he wasn't calling for peaceful protests or civil disobedience: he was calling for outright rebellion, if needed, against the federal government of which he was vice president.
Historian Garry Wills argued " Their nullification effort, if others had picked it up, would have been a greater threat to freedom than the misguided and sedition laws, which were soon rendered feckless by ridicule and electoral pressure " The theoretical damage of the Kentucky and Virginia resolutions was " deep and lasting, and was a recipe for disunion ".
Historian Joseph Allen recounts that on one occasion Nelson, whose eyesight was still suffering following his wound, offered toothpicks to an officer who had lost his teeth and then passed a snuff-box to an officer whose nose had been torn off, causing much embarrassment.
The thesis that the Third Reich went to war on the basis of " blitzkrieg economics " was criticized by Richard Overy in the 1980s and Historian George Raudzens highlighted the many, somewhat conflicting, senses in which historians have used the word.
Historian Paul K. Davis wrote, " Having defeated Eudes, he turned to the Rhine to strengthen his northeastern borders-but in 725 was diverted south with the activity of the Muslims in Acquitane.
Historian and journalist Robert Peel, who was a Christian Scientist, chronicles examples of these accounts, quoting from the affidavits.
The first systematic Chinese historical text, Shiji or Records of the Grand Historian, was written by Sima Qian.
Historian Kris Inwood places the date very early, at least in Nova Scotia, finding clear signs that the Maritimes " Golden Age " of the mid-nineteenth century was over by 1870, before Confederation or the National Policy could have had any significant impact.
) Assistant Church Historian, Andrew Jenson, also reported that the alphabet was produced by a committee composed of Orson Pratt, Parley P. Pratt, Wilford Woodruff, George D. Watt, Robert L. Campbell, and others.
Third, Laozi was the Grand Historian and astrologer Lao Dan ( " Old Long-ears "), who lived during the reign ( 384-362 BC ) of Duke Xian ( 獻公 ) of Qin ).
Historian Isabelle Dervaux has described the reception this painting received when it was first exhibited at the official Paris Salon of 1874: " Visitors and critics found its subject baffling, its composition incoherent, and its execution sketchy.
Historian Mark Stoyle suggests that she was probably taught Cornish by William Killigrew, Groom of the Privy Chamber and later Chamberlain of the Exchequer.
Historian Brian Loring Villa concluded that Mountbatten conducted the raid without authority, but that his intention to do so was known to several of his superiors, who took no action to stop him.
Historian Wolfgang Sauer says that " although he was pedantic, dogmatic, and dull, Himmler emerged under Hitler as second in actual power.
Historian Neil Davidson notes that “ after 1746 there was an entirely new level of participation by Scots in political life, particularly outside Scotland ”.
Historian Strabo writes that the Seleucids later gave the area south of the Hindu Kush to the Mauryas after a treaty was made.
Historian Benjamin Platt Thomas wrote that Booth " won celebrity with theater-goers by his romantic personal attraction ", but that he was " too impatient for hard study " and his " brilliant talents had failed of full development.
Historian Wilhelm Levison, writing in 1946, was sceptical about the authenticity of this charter.
" Historian Ron Chernow says of this " he wasn't calling for peaceful protests or civil disobedience: he was calling for outright rebellion, if needed, against the federal government of which he was vice president.
Historian Garry Wills argued " Their nullification effort, if others had picked it up, would have been a greater threat to freedom than the misguided and sedition laws, which were soon rendered feckless by ridicule and electoral pressure " The theoretical damage of the Kentucky and Virginia resolutions was " deep and lasting, and was a recipe for disunion ".

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