Publication: Privately printed, 1948, NP
First separate edition. 8vo. Reprinted from Agricultural History, 22: 175-176, July, 1948. Stapled printed wrappers, double columns, 2 pp., footnotes. Examines the connection between Hegel and Turner and the empty agricultural frontier as a safety valve in America. Turner's Hypothesis assumed that American development could be explained by the existence of an area of free land, its continuous recession, and the advance of American settlement westward. Fine.
Inventory Number: 2044