Associate Professor, History, Saginaw Valley State University. Research interests focus on colonial and early national history of Great Lakes including Michigan as territory. His “The Brothertown Nation of Indians: Land Ownership & Nationalism in Early America, 1740-1840” examines origins & experiences of Native community. He created a Public History minor at SVSU to introduce students to cultural resources management, museum studies, archives management, historic preservation, and oral history. He has worked closely with the Castle Museum of Saginaw County History, the Public Libraries of Saginaw, and the Bay County Historical Society on various local history and archaeology projects, many of which have involved active student participation
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