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Frederick Jackson Turner

Turner, Frederick Jackson (1861–1932), U.S. historian. His view of the role of the frontier in shaping U.S. individualism and democracy was influential. The Frontier in American History (1920) reprinted earlier papers. He won a Pulitzer Prize for his study of sectionalism in the United States (1932).

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