Modern Europe Source Books

  1. Anderson, Frank Maloy, ed. The Constitutions and Other Select Documents Illustrative of the History of France, 1789-1901. Minneapolis: The H.W. Wilson Company, 1904.
  2. Avey, Albert Edwin, ed. Readings in Philosophy. Columbus, Ohio, 1921.
  3. Cheyney, Edward P. Readings in English History Drawn from the Original Sources Boston: Ginn and Company, 1908. [TOC]
  4. Cochrane, Robert, ed. The Treasury of British Eloquence: Specimens of Brilliant Orations….of the Last Four Centuries. Edinburgh, 1879.
  5. Coker, Francis William, ed. Readings in Political Philosophy. New York, 1914.
  6. Cubberley, Ellwood Patterson. Readings in the History of Education: A Collection of Sources and Readings. 1920.
  7. Ellis, Sir Henry, ed. Original Letters of Eminent Literary Men of the Sixteenth, Seventeenth, and Eighteenth Centuries. London: The Camden Society, 1843.
  8. Ensor, Robert, ed. Modern Socialism: As Set Forth by Socialists in their Speeches, Writings, and Programmes. London, 1910.
  9. Fling, Fred Morrow. Source Problems on the French revolution. Harper & Bros, 1913.
  10. Gardiner, Samuel Rawson. Letters and other Documents Illustrating the Relations between England and Germany at the Commencement of the Thirty Years’ War. London: The Camden Society, 1865.
  11. Garnett, Richard, et al., eds. The Universal Anthology:  A collection of the best literature, ancient mediaeval and modern….  33 volumes. London, 1899.
  12. Greenlaw, Edwin, ed. The Great Tradition: A Book of Selections from English and American Prose and Poetry, Illustrating the National Ideals of Freedom, Faith, and Conduct. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1919. [TOC]]
  13. Hertslet, Edward, ed. The Map of Europe by Treaty…since the General Peace of 1814. … vol. 1.vol. 2...vol. 3… vol. 4… London, 1875.
  14. Jackson, Samuel McCauley, ed. Selected Works of Huldreich Zwingli. U Penn, 1901.
  15. Legg, L. G. Wickham, ed. Select Documents Illustrative of the History of the French Revolution: The Constituent Assembly, vol. 1. Oxford, 1905.
  16. ____________________. Select Documents Illustrative of the History of the of the French Revolution, vol 2. Oxford, 1905.
  17. Marshall, Leon Carroll. Readings in Industrial Society: A Study of the Structure and Functioning of Modern Economic Organization. Chicago, 1918.
  18. Morris, Charles, ed. Famous orators of the world and their best orations. 1902.
  19. Phelan, John. Readings in Rural Sociology. New York, 1920.
  20. Robinson, James Harvey. Readings in Modern European History, Vol 1: The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Period. Boston: Ginn and Company, 1908.
  21. __________________. Readings in Modern European History, Vol 2: Europe Since the Congress of Vienna. Boston: Ginn and Company, 1909.
  22. __________________.  Readings in European History, Vol 2: From the Opening of the Protestant Revolt to the Present Day. Boston: Ginn and Company, 1906.
  23. Robertson, C. Grant. Select Statutes, Cases and Documents to Illustrate English Constitutional History, 1660-1832. New York: Putnam’s Sons, 1904.
  24. Select Pieces on Commerce, Natural Philosophy, Morality, Antiquities, History, &c. London, 1754
  25. Steeves, Harrison Ross and Frank Humphrey Ristine, eds. Representative Essays in Modern Thought. New York, American Book Company, 1913. [TOC]
  26. Thatcher, Oliver J., ed. The Library of Original Sources. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Roberts Manchester Publishing Company, 1901.
  27. Translations and Reprints from the Original Sources of European History, volumes 1-6. Philadelphia: Department of History of the University of Pennsylavnia, 1894-1899.
  28. Webster, Hutton. Readings in Medieval and Modern History. Boston: D.C. Heath and Co, 1917.
  29. ____________.  Historical Source Book. Boston: D.C. Heath and Co, 1920.
  30. Whitcomb, Marc. A Literary Sourcebook of the Renaissance. U Penn, 1903.
  31. ____________. A Literary Sourcebook of the Italian Renaissance. U Penn, 1898.
  32. ____________. A Literary Sourcebook of the German Renaissance. U Penn, 1899.
  33. ____________. Select Colloquies of Erasmus. U Penn, 1902.
  34. Williamson, Thames, ed. Readings in American Democracy. 1922.
  35. World Peace Foundation Pamphlet Series [Collections of Primary Sources]
    1. Oct, 1917: A League of Nations
    2. Dec, 1917: Leon Dominian, The Nationality Map of Europe.
    3. Feb, 1918: War Aims of Belligerents as Elicited by Russia’s Attempts to Secure a General Peace
    4. April, 1918: Documents Constituting the Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente and Its Friendships
    5. June, 1918: The Monroe Doctrine After the War.
    6. August, 1918: Carl Becker, German Attempts to Divide Belgium.
    7. Oct., 1918: The Supreme War Council.
    8. Dec., 1918: Japan, America, and the Great War.

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