Green, Constance

Green, Constance (McLaughlin)

(1897–1975) historian; born in Ann Arbor, Mich. Her Holyoke, Massachusetts: A Case History of the Industrial Revolution in America (1939), based on her Yale Ph.D. dissertation, established her as a pioneer in urban history. Washington: Village and Capital, 1800—1878 (1962) received the Pulitzer Prize in history (1963). She served as a military historian in Washington (1948–54) and on several civic and institutional boards.
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