Worcester, Donald E.
WORCESTER, Donald E.
WORCESTER, Donald E. American, b. 1915. Genres: Children's fiction, Children's non-fiction, History, Novels. Career: Ida and Cecil Green Emeritus Professor of History, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth (Chairman, Dept of History, 1963-72; Lorin A. Boswell Professor, 1971-80; Green Professor, from 1980). Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Red River Valley Historical Review and the American Indian Quarterly, since 1973. Managing Editor, Hispanic American Historical Review, 1960-65; Chairman, Board of University Press Mgrs., University of Florida, 1961-63; President, Western Writers of America, 1973-74, Western History Assn, 1974-75, and Westerners Intl, 1978-79. Publications: Lone Hunter's Gray Pony, 1956; (with W.G. Schaefer) The Growth and Culture of Latin America, 1956, 1971; Lone Hunter and the Cheyennes, 1957; Lone Hunter's First Buffalo Hunt, 1958; Lone Hunter and the Wild Horses, 1959; Kit Carson: Mountain Scout, 1959; John Paul Jones: Soldier of the Sea, 1961; War Pony, 1961; (ed. and trans.) Instructions for Governing the Interior Provinces of New Spain 1786, 1951; Sea Power and Chilean Independence, 1962; The Three Worlds of Latin America, 1963; (with M. Boyd) American Civilization, 1964, 1968; (with R. and K. Foster) Man and Civilization, 1965; The Makers of Latin America, 1966; (ed. with M. Boyd) Contemporary America: Issues and Problems, 1968; Brazil: From Colony to World Power, 1973; (ed.) Forked Tongues and Broken Treaties, 1975; Bolivar, 1977; The Apaches: Eagles of the Southwest, 1979; The Chisholm Trail: High Road of the Cattle Kingdom, 1981; (co-ed.) Kiowa Voices, 2 vols, 1981, 1983; (ed.) Pioneer Trails West, 1985; The Texas Cowboy, 1986; The Spanish Mustang: From the Plains of Andalusia to the Prairies of Texas, 1986; The Texas Longhorn: Relic of the Past, Asset of the Future, 1987; The War in the Nueces Strip (novel), 1989; A Visit from Father and Other Tales of the Mojave, 1990; Brazos Scout (novel), 1991; Man on Two Ponies (novel), 1991; Gone to Texas (novel), 1993. Address: Dept of History, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX 76129, U.S.A.