Hurtado, Albert L.

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HURTADO, Albert L.

HURTADO, Albert L. American, b. 1946. Genres: History. Career: California Department of Parks and Recreation, Sacramento, park interpretive specialist in Office of Historic Preservation, 1977-78; Theodoratus Cultural Research, Fair Oaks, Calif., senior staff historian, 1978-80; Sierra College, Rocklin, Calif., instructor in social science, 1981-82; University of Maryland at College Park, lecturer in history, spring, 1983; Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, assistant professor of history, 1983-86; Arizona State University, Tempe, assistant professor of history, 1986-89, Associate Professor, 1990-; Chairman of California Committee for the Promotion of History, 1981-82; member of board of directors of National Council on Public History, 1982-85; consultant with Public History Services Associates, 1980-83; expert witness in Superior Court of the State of California, 1982. Military service: U.S. Army, special agent in Military Intelligence, 1969-71; Literary Prizes: Herbert E. Bolton Prize, 1982; Ray A. Billingham Prize, 1989; Vivian Palladin Award, 1991; Louis Knott Koontz Prize, 1994; Bolton-Kinnaird Prize, 1994. Publications: Indian Survival on the California Frontier, 1988. EDITOR: (with T.J. Karamanski and C. Davis) Public History Education in America: A Guide, 1986; (with P. Iverson) Major Problems in American Indian History, 1994. Contributor to books. Address: Department of History, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287-2501, U.S.A.