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J. Fred Rippy

AKA James Fred Rippy

Born: 27-Oct-1892
Birthplace: Nubia, TN
Died: 10-Feb-1977
Location of death: Wilmington, NC
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Historian

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Historical Evolution of Hispanic America

Father: Robert Sidney Rippy (b. 1866, d. 1911)
Mother: Mary Francis Gant
Wife: Mary Dozier Allen (m. 1915, three sons)
Son: Frazier Winston Rippy
Son: J. Fred Rippy, Jr.
Son: Robert Allen Rippy

    University: BA, Southwestern University (1913)
    University: MA, Vanderbilt University
    University: PhD, University of California at Berkeley (1920)
    Professor: Latin American History, University of Chicago (1920-26)
    Professor: Duke University (1926-36)
    Professor: University of Chicago (1936-58)

    Duke University Press Director (1928-36)
    American Historical Association
    Guggenheim Fellowship 1926

Author of books:
The United States and Mexico (1926, international affairs)
Latin America in World Politics: An Outline Survey (1928, international affairs)
American Policies Abroad: Mexico (1928, international affairs)
Rivalry of the United States and Great Britain over Latin America, 1808-1830 (1929, international affairs)
The Capitalists and Colombia (1931, history)
Historical Evolution of Hispanic America (1932, history)
Joel R. Poinsett: Versatile American (1935, biography)
Crusaders of the Jungle (1936, history)
America and the Strife of Europe (1938, international affairs)
The Caribbean Danger Zone (1940, international affairs)
South America and Hemisphere Defense (1941, international affairs)
Latin America and the Industrial Age (1944, history)
Latin America: Its History and Culture (1944, history)
Globe and Hemisphere: Latin America's Place in the Postwar Foreign Relations of the United States (1958, international affairs)
Latin America: A Modern History (1958, history)
British Investments in Latin America, 1822-1949: A Case Study in the Operations of Private Enterprise in Retarded Regions (1959, economics)

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