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Max Savelle

AKA Max Hicks Savelle

Born: 8-Jan-1896
Birthplace: Mobile, AL
Died: 12-Sep-1979
Location of death: Seattle, WA
Cause of death: Illness

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Historian

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Origins of American Diplomacy

Military service: US Navy (1918-19)

Wife: Carmen Zappino (m. 1931)

    High School: Barton Academy, Mobile, AL (1912)
    University: Springfield College (transferred)
    University: BA, Columbia University (1925)
    University: MA, Columbia University (1926)
    University: PhD, Columbia University (1932)
    Instructor: History, Columbia University (1926-32)
    Professor: History, Stanford University (1932-47)
    Professor: History, University of Washington (1947-67)
    Instructor: University of Illinois at Chicago (1969-74)

    Fulbright 1950

Author of books:
George Morgan: Colony Builder (1932, biography)
The Diplomatic History of the Canadian Boundary, 1749-1763 (1940, international affairs)
The Foundations of American Civilization: A History of Colonial America (1942, history)
Seeds of Liberty: The Genesis of the American Mind (1948, intellectual history)
This Is My America: Pauline Dworzek and the Dworzek and Lorber Families (1948, history)
A Short History of American Civilization (1957, history)
The Colonial Origins of American Thought (1964, intellectual history)
The Origins of American Diplomacy: The International History of Angloamerica, 1492-1763 (1967, international affairs)
Is Liberalism Dead? And Other Essays (1967, essays)
Empires to Nations: Expansion in America, 1713-1824 (1974, history)

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