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Schweikart, Larry (Earl)

SCHWEIKART, Larry (Earl)

SCHWEIKART, Larry (Earl). American, b. 1951. Genres: Money/ Finance. Career: Brophy College Preparatory, Phoenix, AZ, history teacher, 1979-81 and 1982-84; University of Wisconsin Center, Richland, instructor in history, 1984-85; University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, assistant professor, 1985-88, associate professor of history, 1988-94, professor, 1994-; Discover the Past, Inc. (historical consultants), Miamisburg, OH, president, 1988-94; writer. Publications: A History of Banking in Arizona, 1982; (with D.D. Dalgleish) Trident, 1984; Banking in the American South from the Age of Jackson to Reconstruction, 1987; (with J.G. Sproat) Making Change: South Carolina Banking in the Twentieth Century, 1990; (with L.P. Doti) Banking in the American West from Gold Rush to Deregulation, 1991; (with Doti) California Bankers, 1991; The Quest for the Orbital Jet: The National Aerospace Plane, 1999; The Entrepreunerial Adventure: A History of Business in the United States, 2000; Marriage of Steel: The Life & Times of William & Peggy Verity, 2000. EDITOR: Banking in the West: A Collection of Essays, 1984; Banking and Finance, to 1913, 1990; Banking and Finance, 1913-1989, 1990. Address: Department of History, University of Dayton, 300 College Park, Dayton, OH 45469, U.S.A.

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