Whitman, Sylvia (Choate)

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WHITMAN, Sylvia (Choate)

WHITMAN, Sylvia (Choate). American, b. 1961. Genres: History, Adult non-fiction, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Writer. Miami Herald, Fort Lauderdale, FL, intern reporter, summer, 1984; Phillips Junior College, Marrero, LA, part-time English instructor, 1985; Berlitz Language School, New Orleans, LA, part-time English as a second language instructor, 1985; University of Texas, Austin, teaching assistant, 1988-89; Orlando Sentinel, Orlando, FL, part-time copy editor on the international/national desk, 1989- 93; Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY, public relations coordinator, 1993-95; Rollins College, writing center coordinator. Publications: Hernando de Soto and the Explorers of the American South, 1991; "V" Is for Victory: The American Home Front during World War II, 1993; Uncle Sam Wants You: Military Men and Women of World War II, 1993; This Land Is Your Land: The American Conservation Movement, 1994; Get up and Go: The History of American Road Travel, 1996; Children of the Frontier, 1998; Immigrant Children, 2000. Contributor to periodicals. Address: 515 Christor Pl, Orlando, FL 32803, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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