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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Albert Britt  

Pen Name: None

Genre: History Non-Fiction

Born: 1874 in Utah, Illinois

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Albert was born and educated in Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

Albert Britt was an educator, historian, and author. He began his career in 1900 as an editor of magazines. In 1925 he became the president of Knox College in Galesbury, IL, a post he held until 1936 when he joined the Associated College of Claremont as a professor of history.


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Titles At Your Library

Only the Brave are Free. A condensed review of the growth of self-government in America
ISBN: B0017H5BPO

Caxton Printers. 1958

Ellen Browning Scripps: Journalist and idealist
ISBN: B0007J2O3A

Printed for Scripps College at the University Press. 1960

Ellen Browning Scripps: Journalist and idealist

The hungry war, an account of the American Revolution
ISBN: B0007DVXBU

Barre Gazette. 1961

Great Indian Chiefs
ISBN: 082900792X

Irvington Pub. 1982

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