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Full Name: Henry Steele Commager
(1902-1998) Writer. Henry Steele Commager was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and died in Amherst, Massachusetts.
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1902 (Unknown) County
Henry Steele Commager was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on October 25, 1902. 
1998 (Unknown) County
Henry Steele Commager died at his home in Amherst, Massachusetts, on March 2, 1998. 
1998 (Unknown) County
Henry Steele Commager was interred at Wildwood Cemetery, Amherst, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. 
1930 (Unknown) County
The Growth of the American Republic
(Pub: Oxford University Press ISBN: )
History, co-authored with Samuel Eliot Morison and William E. Leuchtenburg. 
1934 (Unknown) County
Documents of American History
(Pub: F S Crofts & Company Publishers. ISBN: )
History, co-edited with Milton Cantor. 
1936 (Unknown) County
Theodore Parker
(Pub: Little, Brown, and Company ISBN: )
1939 (Unknown) County
The Heritage of America
(Pub: Little, Brown and Company ISBN: )
History, edited with Allan Nevins. 
1942 (Unknown) County
America: The Story of a Free People
(Pub: Little, Brown and Company ISBN: 0198730187 / 978-0198730187)
History, written with Allan Nevins. 
1943 (Unknown) County
Majority Rule and Minority Rights
(Pub: Oxford University Press ISBN: )
1945 (Unknown) County
The Story of the Second World War
(Pub: Little, Brown and Company ISBN: )
1950 (Unknown) County
The American Mind
(Pub: Yale University Press ISBN: 0300003773 / 978-0300003772)
1950 (Unknown) County
The Blue and the Grey
(Pub: The Bobbs-Merrill Company ISBN: )
History, edited by Henry Steele Commager. 
1954 (Unknown) County
Freedom, Loyalty, Dissent
(Pub: Oxford University Press ISBN: 0195005104 / 978-0195005103)
1926 New York County
Henry Steele Commager taught at New York University from 1926 to 1938. 
1938 New York County
Henry Steele Commager taught at Columbia University from 1938 to 1956. 

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