Hearn, Chester G.
HEARN, Chester G.
HEARN, Chester G. American, b. 1932. Genres: History, Marine sciences/Oceanography, Meteorology/Atmospheric sciences, Military/Defense/Arms control, Biography. Career: Combustion Engineering, Muncy, PA, vice-president for manufacturing, 1973-90; Philip A. Crosby Associates Inc., consultant, 1990-93; CJ Quality Associates, vice president, 1997-98. Publications: Gray Raiders of the Sea, 1992; Mobile Bay and the Mobile Campaign, 1993; George Washington's Schooners: The First American Navy, 1995; The Capture of New Orleans, 1862, 1995; Admiral David Dixon Porter: The Civil War Years, 1996; Six Years of Hell: Harpers Ferry in the Civil War, 1996; Companions in Conspiracy: John Brown and Gerrit Smith, 1996; Admiral David Glasgow Farragut, The Civil War Years, 1998; When the Devil Came Down to Dixie, Ben Butler in New Orleans, 1997; (with S.A. Hearn) Safe in the Arms of Jesus: The Story of Fanny Crosby, 1998; Ellet's Brigade: "The Strangest Outfit of All," 2000; The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson, 2000; Naval Battles of the Civil War, 2000; The American Soldier in World War II, 2001; An Illustrated History of the U.S. Navy; An Illustrated History of the U.S. Marines; Tracks in the Sea: Matthew Fontaine Maury and the Mapping of the Oceans. Contributor to magazines. Address: 5266 Wolf Run Village Ln, Erie, PA 16505, U.S.A.