|James Edward Oglethorpe|
Government (22-Dec-1696 1-Jul-1785)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Harriet C. Cooper. James Oglethorpe: The Founder of Georgia. New York: D. Appleton and Company. 1904. 217pp.
Eugenia Estill. James Oglethorpe in England and Georgia. Southern Printing and Publishing Co.. 1926. 101pp.
Amos Aschbach Ettinger. James Edward Oglethorpe: Imperial Idealist. Clarendon Press. 1936. 348pp.
Thaddeus Mason Harris. Biographical Memorials of James Oglethorpe: Founder of the Colony of Georgia in North America. Boston: Freeman & Bolles. 1841. 424pp.
Phinizy Spalding. Oglethorpe in America. University of Chicago Press. 1977. 207pp.
Phinizy Spalding; Harvey H. Jackson III (editors). Oglethorpe in Perspective: Georgia's Founder After Two Hundred Years. University of Alabama Press. 2006. 244pp.
Robert Wright. A Memoir of General James Oglethorpe: One of the Earliest Reformers of Prison Discipline in England, and the Founder of Georgia, in America. London: Chapman and Hall. 1867. 414pp.
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