Definition of Frederick jackson turner
1. Noun. United States historian who stressed the role of the western frontier in American history (1861-1951).
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Literary usage of Frederick jackson turner
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1. Readings in Rural Sociology by John Phelan (1920)
"THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE FRONTIER IN AMERICAN HISTORY l frederick jackson turner THE Atlantic frontier was compounded of fisherman, fur trader, miner, ..."
2. Transactions by Colonial Society of Massachusetts (1912)
"The CORRESPONDING SECRETARY reported that since the last meeting letters had been received from Mr. frederick jackson turner, the Hon. ..."
3. Lectures on the Harvard Classics by William Allan Neilson (1914)
"V. THE TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNITED STATES BY PROFESSOR FREDERICK JACKSON TURNER EXPANSION has been the very law of American life. ..."