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|Henry Adams (18381918)|
|Adams, Henry. An American historian; born in Boston, Feb. 16, 1838; died in 1918; grandson of J. Q. Adams. He was for some time editor of the North American Review, and professor of history in Harvard College. He wrote biographies of eminent public men: The Life of Albert Gallatin (1879); John Randolph (1882);and studies of particular episodes of American history: Documents Relating to New England Federalism (1877). His principal work is the History of Jeffersons and Madisons Administrations (188991). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).|