Jackson Papers win SHFG Jefferson Prize

On April 13, the Society for History in the Federal Government awarded its Thomas Jefferson Prize to The Papers of Andrew Jackson: Volume X, 1832, at a ceremony at the National Archives in Washington.  The prize is awarded every other year “for an outstanding contribution to furthering the understanding of the history of the Federal Government on the basis of significance of subject matter, depth of research, rigor of methodology, clarity of presentation, and quality of style.”  Volume X of the Jackson Papers was edited by Daniel Feller, Thomas Coens, and Laura-Eve Moss, a

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