Jackson Turner Main

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Dorothy Kinsey Turner |relatives=Frederick Jackson Turner (grandfather) }} Jackson Turner Main (1917–2003) was an American professor, historian and author who researched and wrote about the colonial American social order before, during and after the American Revolution. He was the grandson of Frederick Jackson Turner, author of the influential ''Frontier Thesis''. Main worked most of his adult life as a professor and author of American Revolution history where it involved the social order during that period and wrote seven ground-breaking works in this area. Provided by Wikipedia
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  1. 1
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1998
    Book
  2. 2
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1965
    Book
  3. 3
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1973
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  4. 4
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1973
    Book
  5. 5
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1967
    Book
  6. 6
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1961
    Book
  7. 7
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1973
    Book
  8. 8
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1973
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  9. 9
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1963
    Book
  10. 10
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1985
    Book
  11. 11
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 2014
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  12. 12
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1964
    Book
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  14. 14
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1965
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  15. 15
    by Main, Jackson Turner
    Published 1973
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