Howard Francis Cline
Date of Birth  :
Place of Birth  :
Detroit ,Michigan
Country  :
United States
Field of Expertise  :
Ethnological Archaeology
Educational background  :

Graduate degree of History from Harvard in 1935.

Ph.D from Yale University

Acheivements / Contributions  :

  • When Cline acknowledged his Ph.D. he went to work at Yale as a teacher.
  • Working at Yale he became very dispirited and after two years he left and went to Northwestern University. He spent three years there and the setting was very helpful.
  • During the two years he wrote a paper about “Mexican Community Studies’ and completed his book The U.S. and Mexico. This book had significance on the Mexican uprising and pages of statistics that set his particular career.
  • It was initially published as a volume in the American Foreign Policy Library.
  • A new edition was released in 1961 because such theatrical changes had taken place in Mexico over a ten year period.
  • His volume, Mexico: Revolution to Evolution, 1940-1960 was written in his spare time a Howard Francis Cline

Bibliography  :
Mexico: Revolution to Evolution, 1940-1960 , The United States and Mexico (Atheneum paperbacks) ,The United States and Mexico [revised edition, enlarged] .