HISTORY. For more or less elaborate bibliog raphies, consult Winsor, Narrative and Crit ical History of America (Boston, 1886.89) ; Larned (ed.), The Literature of American His tory. A Bibliographical Guide (Boston, 1902) ; Charming and Hart, Guide to the Study of Ameri can History (ib., 1896) ; and Adams, Manual of Historical Literature (New York, ISS9).
Standard works are the histories by Bancroft [to 17S9] (revised ed., New York, 1883-35) ; Hildretb [to 1821] (revised ed., ib., 1892) ; Bryant and Gay (last ed., ib., 1896) ; Winsor (supra) ; [from the Revolution to the Civil War] (New York, 1883—) ; Schouler [to 1865] (id., 1899) : Rhodes [from the Compromise of 1S50] (ib., 1893—) ; Henry Adams [during the administrations of .Tefferson and Madison] (ib., 1389-91) : Von Hoist, The Constitutional and Political History of the United States (new ed., Chicago, 1899) ; Curtis, Constitutional History of the United States (New York, 1899 '96) ; Thorpe, The Constitutional History of the American People 1776-1850 (Chicago, 1898) ; Wilson, History of the American People (New York, 1902) ; vol. vii. of the Cambridge Modern. History (Cambridge, 1903) ; and the works of Parkman (q.v.), and of John Fiske (q.v.).
On the Colonial period consult, besides several of those already mentioned. Doyle, The English
in America (London, 1882-87) ; Lodge, Short History of the English Colonies in America. (New York, 1881) ; Tyler, History of American Litera ture 1607-176.5 (rev. ed., New York, 1897) ; Pal frey, Compendious History of New England to the First General Congress of the Anglo-A »zerican Colonies (Boston, 1865-73). For further refer ences see bibliographies under the titles of the various States. On the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812: Fiske, The American Revolu tion (1891) ; Botta, History of the War of the Independence of the United States (8th ed., New Haven, 1840) ; Trevelyan, The American Revolu tion (London, 1899) ; Carrington, Battles of the American Revolution (New York. 1876) ; Roose velt, The Naval War of 18I.? (ib., 1882) ; and Maelay. History of the United States Nary from 1771 (lb., 1997-1900). Further references are given under titles of different battles, and of men prominent in the two wars.
Fo• further references to works on the history of the United States, see the bibliographies to special articles, such as LOYALISTS; MEXICAN WAR; CIVIL WAR; CONFEDERATE STATES OF