Andrews, Charles McLean (1863 - 1943), a United States historian. He was awarded the 1935 Pulitzer Prize in history for the first volume of his four-volume Colonial Period of American History (1934 - 38).
Mahan, Alfred Thayer (1840 - 1914), a United States naval officer, called "the philosopher of sea power." His aim was to show that command of the sea is a decisive factor in international relations. See more »
Catton, (Charles) Bruce (1899 - 1978), a United States author and historian. Catton was awarded the 1954 Pulitzer history prize for A Stillness at Appomattox (1953), the last volume of his trilogy on the Civil War. See more »
Woodson, Carter G . (Godwin) (1875 - 1950), a United States historian. As founder of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (1915), he initiated the systematic study of black Americans. See more »