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Dixon Wecter

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Helena Huntington Smith

Helena Huntington Smith, of Alexandria, Virginia, has written several books and articles about the West. Her previous articles for AMERICAN HERITAGE have included “ Pioneers in Petticoats ” (...
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Douglas Gorsline

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Dorothie Bobb’

Dorothie Bobbé contributed the article on “The Boyhood of Alexander Hamilton” in the June, 1955, issue of AMERICAN HERITAGE . She is the author of a number of biographies, including lives of Fanny...
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Walter Havighurst

Walter Havighurst got his able seaman’s papers working on Great Lakes boats and wrote The Long Ships Passing about them. He is a professor at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
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William Waller Edwards

William Waller Edwards is a retired colonel in the Regular Army, a graduate of West Point who served in the First World War and with the cavalry in the old West. Recently he has been engaged in...
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Catherine Drinker Bowen

Mrs. Rowen’s new book, The Craft and the Calling , from which tliis article is excerpted, will be published soon by Atlantic-Little, Brown.
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Elizabeth G. Speare

Mrs. Elizabeth G. Speare is a native New Englander who lives in Wethersfield, Connecticut. She has written a novel for young people, based on an episode in the French and Indian War, to be...
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Wallace Stegner

Wallace Stegner (1909-1993) was director of the creative writing program at Stanford University. He is the author of the 1972 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction winner, Angle of Repose, The Spectacular Bird...
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James Berton Rhoads

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