Lander, Ernest McPherson, Jr.
LANDER, Ernest McPherson, Jr.
LANDER, Ernest McPherson, Jr. American, b. 1915. Genres: History. Career: Professor Emeritus of History, Clemson University, South Carolina (joined faculty, 1941). Fulbright Lecturer in American History, Jadavpur University, Calcutta, India, 1966-67, and University of Lagos, Nigeria, 1970-71. Publications: A History of South Carolina, 1865-1960, 1960; (ed. with C. M. McGee) A Rebel Came Home: The (Civil War) Diary of Florida Clemson, 1961, 1989; The Textile Industry in Antebellum South Carolina, 1969; South Carolina: The Palmetto State, 1970; (ed. with R.K. Ackerman) Perspectives in South Carolina History: The First 300 Years, 1973; (ed. with R.J. Calhoun) Two Decades of Change: The South since the Supreme Court's Desegregation Decision, 1975; Reluctant Imperialists: Calhoun, the South Carolinians, and the Mexican War, 1980; The Calhoun Family and Thomas Green Clemson: The Decline of a Southern Patriarchy, 1983; South Carolina: An Illustrated History of the Palmetto State, 1988; Tales of Calhoun Falls, 1991; From Clemson College to India in World War II, by a GI Who Never Saw the Enemy, 1992; The Life and Times of Ella Lorton, A Pendleton SC Confederate, 1996; Few Would Listen: A Clemson Professor's Memoir of Dissent, 1997. Address: 217 Riggs Dr, Clemson, SC 29631, U.S.A.