Samuel de Champlain Quadricentennial Symposium: Keynote: David Hackett Fischer "Champlain and Humanism"

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David Hackett Fischer is the Earl Warren Professor of History at Brandeis University. Author of eleven books, he won the Pulitzer Prize in History (2005) for Washington`s Crossing. Paul Revere`s Ride (1994) and Champlain`s Dream (2008) were named Notable Books by the New York Times. Albion`s Seed (1989), required reading for all Champlain College students, is now in its twenty-third printing. He has co-edited the fifteen volume series Pivotal Moments in American History with James McPherson of Princeton University. He is currently at work on a book on the middle years of the American Revolution.

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