Definition of Samuel rawson gardiner

1. Noun. British historian remembered for his ten-volume history of England (1829-1902).

Exact synonyms: Gardiner
Generic synonyms: Historian, Historiographer



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Literary usage of Samuel rawson gardiner

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1. Historical Essays by James Ford Rhodes (1909)
"samuel rawson gardiner A paper read before the Massachusetts Historical Society at the March meeting of 1902, and printed in the Atlantic Monthly, May, ..."

2. Historical Essays by James Ford Rhodes (1909)
"samuel rawson gardiner A paper read before the Massachusetts Historical Society at the March meeting of 1902, and printed in the Atlantic Monthly, May, ..."

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