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Thom Hatch

Thom Hatch is an award-winning author and biographer of Native American and American military history. His recently completed Osceola and the Great Seminole War: A Struggle for Freedom and Justice,...
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John D. Eisenhower

John D. Eisenhower, the son of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, is a retired United States Army officer and the author of several books on military history. He served as the U.S. Ambassador to Belgium...
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David O. Stewart

After practicing law for many years, David O. Stewart began to write history, too. His first book, The Summer of 1787: The Men Who Invented the Constitution, was a Washington Post bestseller and won...
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Doug Stewart

Doug Stewart, a writer living in Ipswich, Massachusetts, most recently published The Boy Who Would Be Shakespeare: A Tale of Forgery and Folly (Da Capo Press 2010).
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Molly Marcot

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Timothy C. Ruse

Timothy C. Ruse is an independent historian and the Director of Georgetown Hospital's Sleep Disorders Center, who also wrote We Volunteered: A Biography of Carl Robert Ruse, Survivor of the Bataan...
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Rebecca Strand Johnson

Rebecca Strand Johnson is an Ohio-based freelance writer, the author of Wyoming, Ohio (Arcadia Publishing, 2006).
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Mark Wolverton

The author of A Life in Twilight: The Final Years of J. Robert Oppenheimer (St. Martin's, 2008), Mark Wolverton is a frequent contributor to American Heritage's Invention Technology magazine.
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Sid Davis

Sid Davis, a lecturer and writer, was White House correspondent for the Westinghouse Broadcasting Company in 1963 and served later as vice president and Washington bureau chief for NBC News. He is a...
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