Mary Beth Norton

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Mary Beth Norton (born 1943) is an American historian. She is the Mary Donlon Alger Professor of American History Department of History at Cornell University.Norton, Mary Beth, et al. "The Authors: Mary Beth Norton." A People & A Nation, Volume Two: Since 1865 (6th ed.) p. xxiii.

Norton was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan and her Master of Arts (1965) and Ph.D. (1969) from Harvard University.

Her doctoral dissertation, The British-Americans, was published by Little, Brown and Company and won the 1970 Allan Nevins Prize. Her book Founding Mothers and Fathers (1996) was a finalist for the 1997 Pulitzer Prize. Other important works include Liberty's Daughters (1980), and, as co-editor, To Toil the Livelong Day (1987), Women of America (1979), Major Problems in American Women's History (4th ed., 2007), and "In the Devil's Snare" (2002) about the Salem witch trials. She is also noted as one of the authors of the two-volume A People & A Nation, an American history textbook, currently in its eighth edition.

Articles written by Norton have been published in William and Mary Quarterly, Signs, and the American Historical Review.<ref...
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