Max Farrand

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Max Farrand

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Max Farrand, Ph. D. (1869-1945) was an American university professor and writer on historical subjects, born at Newark, N. J., brother of Livingston Farrand. He graduated from Princeton (A. B., 1892; Ph. D., 1896). Afterwards he held various positions at a number of institutions of higher learning, including Wesleyan University, Leland Stanford Junior University, Cornell, and Yale.

Professor Farrand made contributions to historical publications, and he wrote:

  • Legislation of Congress for the Government of the Organized Territories of the United States, 1789-1895 (1896)
  • Translation of Jellinek's Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizens (1901)
  • Records of Federal Convention of 1787 (three volumes, 1911)
  • The Framing of the Constitution of the United States (1913)
  • Development of the United States {1918)
  • Fathers of the Constitution (1921)

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