Category Archives: historians

South Pass interview

Here’s an interview with historian extraordinaire Will Bagley on his newest book, South Pass: Gateway to a Continent (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2014). I had the privilege of editing and designing this book last year. Will is one of … Continue reading

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An afternoon of history with a Spanish professor

As she answered the phone, all that could be heard was a dog barking, followed by a breathless “hello?” Laughing, she apologized as she took care of the dog and returned to the call, lively in every word and excited … Continue reading

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Right-o.

Brilliant historian, prolific author, and long-time editor Doyce B. Nunis Jr. died last weekend. While at the Clark Company, I worked with Dr. Nunis on┬áSouthern California Quarterly, which he edited for over forty years, until he turned over the reins … Continue reading

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