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Bradley Smith

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Theodore Roosevelt

Reprinted by permission of the publishers from Cowboys and Kings: Three Great Letters by Theodore Roosevelt, Elting E. Morison, editor. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, Copyright, 1951...
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Willis Thornton

Willis Thornton (1900-1965) was a journalist, historian, and editor. He joined Scripps-Howard in 1921, working for the CLEVELAND PRESS and then the Washington Daily News, where he became city editor...
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Allan Nevins

Allan Nevins (1890-1971) was an American historian and journalist, and Chairman of the American Heritage Advisory Board. He was known for his extensive work on the history of the Civil War and his...
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Oliver Jensen

A railroad man himself, Oliver Jensen is a founder of the Connecticut Valley Railroad, a live-steam operation based in Essex. He is also a founder of this magazine.
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Cleveland Amory

Cleveland Amory (1917 – 1998) was a prominent author and animal-rights activist. Among his best-selling books included The Proper Bostonians , Home Town, and The Last Resorts and his popular...
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Bruce Catton

Bruce Catton (1899 – 1978) was the Founding Editor of American Heritage and arguably the most prolific and popular of all Civil War historians. He wrote an astonishing 167 articles for the...
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Eugene Kingman

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T. Harry Williams

An authority on the Civil War, T. Harry Williams is professor of history at Louisiana State University. His most recent book was the best-selling Lincoln and His Generals .
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Gerald Carson

Gerald Carson, who died in 1989, was a Contributing Editor of American Heritage.
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