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Edward Gaylord Bourne

Edward Gaylord Bourne, PhD, (1860–1908) was an American historian considered to be one of the founders of Latin American history as a field in the United States. He was born in Strykersville, New York, and graduated from Yale in 1883 with high honors. He taught at Adelbert College, Cleveland, from 1888 to 1895, when he became a professor of history at Yale.
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