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People of the Founding Era: A Prosopographical Approach

Virginia Foundation for the Humanities; University of Virginia; University of Virginia Press
Format
Computer Resource; Online
Published
Charlottesville, Virginia : University of Virginia Press, 2013-2016.
Language
English
Variant Title
PFE
ISBN
9780813932538, 081393253X
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Summary
PFE is a scholarly reference work that provides biographical information on over 25,000 people born between 1713 (the end of Queen Anne's War) and 1815 (the end of the Napoleonic War), drawn from the digitized papers of the Founding Fathers and other documentary editions of the Founding Era. It has two components. First, it provides fully searchable biographical statements that vary greatly in scope and extent. Second, it provides identically structured data for each person allowing for group, or prosopographical, study. The editors invite users to contribute information on new people records as well as corrections and new information on people already in the system.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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