Calloway offers an incisive analysis of Washington’s most significant half-century of Indian relations (1748-1799) employing ethnohistory, a discipline that here integrates Native American cultural perspectives in evaluating Washington’s complete legacy, warts and all.
J. Frederick Fausz
J. Frederick Fausz is Professor Emeritus of history and former Honors College Dean at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He is the author of award-winning publications on Anglo-Algonquian relations in the early 17th-century Chesapeake and French-Osage St. Louis before and after the Louisiana Purchase.
Posts by J. Frederick Fausz
The story of Delyte Morris and the Southern Illinois University he created is what Robert A. Harper calls “a story of unlikely success and a tragic end.” It does read like an American tragedy, somehow, based in a rustic start, ambition, ingenuity, and the fallibility of good intentions.