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LECTURES BY JAMES SCHOULER.

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The History Department is indeed fortunate in having secured Mr. James Schouler '59 to deliver a series of lectures here on "The Administration of President Johnson." Mr. Schouler is an eminent authority in at least two branches of human knowledge, law and history, and his writings on those subjects enjoy an international reputation. His "History of the United States" is one of the most authoritative works in existence for the period it treats, and is widely used as a text-book throughout the United States. Mr. Schouler is especially well qualified to lecture on the subject he has chosen, for he has made an exhaustive study of that period in our history immediately following the Civil War.

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