James H. Hutson

James H. Hutson

James H. Hutson received his Ph.D. in History from Yale University in 1964. He has been a member of the History Departments at Yale and William and Mary and, since 1982, has been Chief of the Library’s Manuscript Division. Dr Hutson is the author of several books among them: John Adams and the Diplomacy of the American Revolution (1980); winner of the Gilbert Chinard Prize, 1981; To Make All Laws: The Congress of the United States, 1789-1989 (Washington and Boston, 1989-90; 4th edition, Washington, 1990); The Sister Republics: Switzerland and the United States from 1776 to the Present ( Washington, 1991; 4th edition, Washington, 1998); Religion and the Founding of the American Republic (5th printing, Washington, 2000). James Hutson wrote a text on the bombing of Schaffhausen, Switzerland in April 1944 by the American Air Force, which cleared many mysteries about the tragic affair, see chapter Bombing the Sister Republic in Angst – Trauer – Hoffnung, Die Kriegsjahre in Schaffhausen 1939 – 1945, Autoren und Leser der Schaffhauser Nachrichten blicken zurück, Verlag Meier 1955, ed. Andreas Schiendorfer, p. 149 – 171

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