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Marszalek, John F.


MARSZALEK, John F. American, b. 1939. Genres: History, Race relations, Biography, Reference. Career: Canisius College, Buffalo, NY, instructor, 1967-68; Gannon University, Erie, PA, assistant professor, 1968-72, associate professor of history, 1972-73; Mississippi State University, associate professor, 1973-80, professor of history, 1980-2002, W.L. Giles Distinguished Professor, 1994-2002, W.L. Giles Distinguished Professor Emeritus, 2002-. Publications: Court Martial: A Black Man in America, 1972, as Assault at West Point, 1994; A Black Businessman in White Mississippi 1886-1974, 1977; Sherman's Other War: The General and the Civil War Press, 1981, rev. ed., 1999; Black Physician: Bringing Hope in Mississippi, 1985; Grover Cleveland, a Bibliography, 1988; Sherman: A Soldier's Passion for Order, 1993; The Petticoat Affair: Manners, Mutiny and Sex in the White House, 1997. EDITOR: The Diary of Miss Emma Holmes 1861-1866, 1979; Encyclopedia of African-American Civil-Rights, from Emancipation to the Present, 1992, rev. ed., 2 vols., 2003; American Political History, the State of the Discipline, 1997; Commanding Lincoln's Armies: A Life of Henry Wager Halleck, 2004. Contributor to journals, magazines, anthologies, and reference books. Address: 108 Grand Ridge Rd, Starkville, MS 39759, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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