Sunday, November 6, 2016

An Open Letter to the American People

Today, we are faced with a moral test. As historians, we recognize both the ominous precedents for Donald J. Trump’s candidacy and the exceptional challenge it poses to civil society. Historians of different specialties, eras and regions understand the enduring appeal of demagogues, the promise and peril of populism, and the political uses of bigotry and scapegoating. Historians understand the impact these phenomena have upon society’s most vulnerable and upon a nation’s conscience. The lessons of history compel us to speak out against a movement rooted in fear and authoritarianism. The lessons of history compel us to speak out against Trump.

Charles Lindbergh addresses an America First rally, Fort Wayne, Ind., Oct. 3, 1941
(AP Photo/File)

Historians Against Trump does not align itself with any political party or candidate. Many among us do not identify as activists and have never before taken part in such a campaign. We are history professors, school teachers, public historians and museum professionals, independent scholars and graduate students. We are united by the belief that the candidacy of Donald J. Trump poses a threat to American democracy.

As historians, we consider diverse viewpoints while acknowledging our own limitations and subjectivity. Our profession reminds us to look for the humanity in everyone as we examine the ideas, interests and movements that shape world events. We interrogate and take responsibility for our sources and ground our arguments in context and evidence. Donald Trump’s record of speeches, policies and social media is an archive of know-nothingism and blinding self-regard. Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is a campaign of violence: violence against individuals and groups; against memory and accountability; against historical analysis and fact.

The Trump candidacy is an attack on our profession, our values, and the communities we serve. No less than his sham “Trump University,” Donald Trump’s contempt for constructive, evidence-based argumentation mocks the ideals of the academy, whether in the sciences or the liberal arts. Academia is far from the only profession endangered by Trumpism. Donald Trump bullies and suppresses the press, and seeks to weaken First Amendment protections as President. Trump singles out journalists for attack and mocks physical disabilities. Both the judiciary and individual judges face public threats from Trump. Non-white, non-male professionals and civil servants are irredeemably compromised in Donald Trump’s eyes. Judges are disqualified from service because of their ethnicity; women Presidential candidates succeed only because of their gender; the President of the United States is under suspicion as illegitimate and alien because of his skin color and heritage.

Donald Trump’s candidacy is the latest chapter in a troubled narrative many decades in the making. In another era, civil society institutions such as the academy, the free press and the judiciary were counted on to safeguard constitutional democracy. That this is no longer the case cannot be blamed solely on Trump. Donald Trump’s candidacy has profited from the fears of people living precariously and a political culture of spectacle and cynicism, both of which long predate his emergence as a candidate. The impulses and ideologies that animate the Trump campaign will not disappear once he is defeated in November. It is all of our responsibility to heal the rifts exploited by the Trump campaign, building an inclusive civil society in its place. Along with Historians Against Trump, groups like Writers On Trump and Citizen Therapists are organizing in defense of the ideals in which their professions are grounded.

We have a professional obligation as historians to share an understanding of the past upon which a better future may be built. This means equipping the public with historical skills and narratives that are “factual, accurate, comprehensible, meaningful, useful, and resistant to cynical manipulators who sell snake oil as historical truth.” When Donald Trump accepts the Republican nomination on July 21st, a Grand Old Party born out of the struggle for abolition and justice will have succumbed to snake oil. We are here to say, “No more.” Join us in standing up to Trump—for our history, for our future, and for each other.


  1. Ryan Abrecht, Assistant Professor, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA
  2. Kathryn Adams, High School History and Political Science Teacher, Middletown, Connecticut
  3. Carrie Adkins, Cofounder and Managing Editor, Nursing Clio, Redwood City, CA
  4. Michael Adoscia, History Teacher, Adjunct Professor of Sociology, Cape Coral, FL
  5. Chris Adrian, Social Studies Teacher, Champaign, IL
  6. Sandra Aguilar, Assistant Professor, Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
  7. Felicia Kruse Alexander, Visiting Scholar, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Carbondale, IL
  8. Athenae Aliferis, Undergrad Student at Montclair State University, Newark, NJ
  9. Carol S. Aljets, Retired History and Sociology Professor, Matthews, North Carolina
  10. Benjamin L. Alpers, Reach for Excellence Associate Professor, Honors College, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
  11. Jill Anderson, Historian, Atlanta, GA
  12. Bonnie S. Anderson, Professor Emerita of History, City University of New York, Brooklyn, New York
  13. Philip J. Anderson, Professor Emeritus of Church History, North Park University, Chicago, Hovland, Minnesota
  14. Stephen Angell, Earlham School of Religion, Richmond, Indiana
  15. Reg Ankrom, Author, Stephen A. Douglas: The Political Apprenticeship, 1833-1843, Quincy, Illinois
  16. Alfredo Anthony, Retired US Army Officer, Doctoral Candidate, Saint Petersburg, Florida
  17. Joyce Antler, Brandeis University, Waltham, Ma.
  18. David R. Applebaum, Professor Emeritus, Rowan University, Philadelphia, PA
  19. Annette Arena, Retired Art & Humanities Teacher, Melrose, Massachusetts
  20. Kevin C. Armitage, Miami University of Ohio, Oxford, Ohio
  21. Joshua Arthurs, Associate Professor of History, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia
  22. Eric Ash, Associate Professor of History, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
  23. Jeffrey M Augustine, former professional historian, Springfield, Illinois
  24. Diane Auslander, Medieval historian, Lehman College, CUNY, Bronx, New York
  25. Clayton M. Austin, Associate Professor (retired), Fairfax, Virginia
  26. Donald Avery, Professor of History (Emeritus) Western University, Ontario, Canada, Toronto, Ontario
  27. George Axiotakis, Queens College, CUNY, New York
  28. Jere L. Bacharach, Professor Emeritus, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  29. Anntoinnette Silva Backus, Elementary School Librarian, CA, 
  30. John Baesler, Saginaw Valley State University, East Lansing, Michigan
  31. Don Baeszler, Advanced Placement History Consultant, Riverview, Fl
  32. Donald Bailey, Faculty, Providence College, Providence, RI
  33. Greg Bailey, History Writer, St. Louis, Missouri
  34. Anni Baker, Professor of History, Wheaton College, Norton, MA
  35. Marsha Baney, Retired Principal, historian, genealogist, Buckeye, Arizona
  36. Gerry Barclay, History of Science professor; Highline College, Des Moines, Washington
  37. Aneilya Barnes, Associate Professor of History, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, South Carolina
  38. Jeannette Barnes, B.A., American Studies, Columbia University; MA, American Studies, Penn State, Pennsylvania
  39. Mary Margaret Bartelotte, Genealogist, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
  40. Craig Bauer, Professor of History/University of Holy Cross, New Orleans, Louisiana
  41. Jean Bauer, Ph.D., Associate Director, Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
  42. Max D. Baumgarten, UCLA, Los Angeles, California
  43. Randolph Baxter, Lecturer in American Studies, Cal State Univ., Fullerton, California
  44. Robert Beach, Doctoral Candidate, University at Albany, SUNY, Utica, New York
  45. Marianne Beckett, Educator, Shepherdstown, WV
  46. Howard Beeth, Historian, Texas Southern Univ. (Ret.), Houston, Texas
  47. J. L. Bell,, Newton, MA
  48. Wendy Bell, Horace Mann Abraham Lincoln fellowship recipient and Educator, Winooski, Vermont
  49. Robert Bellinger, Associate Professor of History, Boston, Massachusetts
  50. Gordon Belt, Public Historian, Nashville, TN
  51. Carol A Benedict, Professor of History, Georgetown University, Arlington, Virginia
  52. Keith Bengtsson, Retired historian (of science), Sunriver, Oregon
  53. Reed Benhamou, Professor Emerita, Indiana University / Bloomington, Lafayette, IN
  54. Paul Benhamou, Professor Emeritus Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana
  55. Lyn Ellen Bennett, Professor of History, Utah, 
  56. Thomas Bennett, Adjunct Professor of American History, Manasquan, New Jersey
  57. Cynda Benson , Ph.D., Professor of Art History, Savannah, Georgia
  58. Jane Berger, Assistant Professor of History, Moravian College, Pennsylvania
  59. Carol Berkin, Presidential Professor of History, Emerita, City University of New York, New York, New York
  60. R. B. Bernstein, Lecturer in Law and Political Science, City College of New York, New York, New York
  61. Eldon H. Bernstein, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Lynn University, Boca Raton, FL
  62. Terry Lee Berry, Museum and Library Volunteer, Stillwater, OK
  63. Keith Beutler, Professor of History, Missouri Baptist University, St. Louis, Missouri 
  64. Charlene Bickford, George Washington University, Washington, DC
  65. DeVern D. Biloff, School Superintendent, retired, Fresno, California
  66. Cameron Binkley, Historian, Seaside, California
  67. Allida Black, Research Professor of History, GWU, Washington, DC
  68. Maylei Blackwell, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
  69. Kristian Blaich, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA
  70. Roland Blaich, Walla Walla University, Professor of History (Emeritus), College Place, Washington
  71. Dr. Sidney R. Bland, Professor Emeritus, History, James Madison University, McGaheysville, Virginia
  72. Peter Blecha, Historian, Seattle, Washington
  73. Robert Blobaum, Professor of History, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia
  74. Marc Bloch, Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, Columbia University, NY 
  75. Alexander Bloom, Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts
  76. Stuart Blumin, Professor of American History Emeritus, Cornell University, New York, NY, New York
  77. Gerald Bodet, Professor of History Emeritus, New Orleans, Louisiana
  78. Matthew Boesen, Dean of Faculty and History Teacher, Woodberry Forest School, Woodberry Forest, VA
  79. Alan Bogage, Library Director, Westminster, MD
  80. Marvin Bolt, Historian, Corning, New York
  81. Gordon Bond, Independent Historian, Founder & ePublisher of, Newark, New Jersey
  82. Dea Boster, Assistant Professor of History, Columbus State Community College, Columbus, Ohio
  83. Jacques Bourgeacq, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, University of Iowa, Coralville, Iowa
  84. Phil Bova, Public School History Teacher, Saint Louis, Missouri
  85. John P. Bowes, Professor of History, Eastern Kentucky University, Kentucky
  86. Dr Virginia R Boynton, Professor of History, Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois
  87. Stevan Bozanich, M.A. Student, Victoria, BC
  88. Mark Philip Bradley, Professor of History, The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
  89. Benjamin Brandenburg, Assistant Professor of History, Montreat College, Montreat, NC
  90. Mariana Brandman, Ph.D. Candidate, The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
  91. Glenn David Brasher, History Instructor, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
  92. Francis J. Bremer, Professor Emeritus of History, Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania 
  93. Renate Bridenthal, Emerita, Brooklyn College, CUNY, New York, New York
  94. Nicholas J Bridger, Professor, Ohlone College, , Fremont, California
  95. Laura Briggs, Chair and Professor, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, 
  96. Ron Briley, Retired High School History Teacher, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  97. Pierre-Luc Brisson, Ph.D. Candidate - Université du Québec à Montréal, Montreal, Canada
  98. Edward Bristow, Professor of History, Fordham University, New York, New York
  99. Bradley Brookshire, Music Historian, Assoc. Prof. of Music, Purchase College, SUNY, New York, New York
  100. Irene Q. Brown, Associate Professor Emerita, University of Connecticut, Connecticut
  101. Richard D. Brown, Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of History, Emeritus, University of Connecticut, Hampton, CT
  102. Erin Brown, Graduate Student, Los Angeles, CA
  103. Timothy B. Brown, Higher Education Administration, Somerville, MA
  104. Joan Jacobs Brumberg, Professor Emerita Cornell, Ithaca, New York
  105. G. David Brumberg, Ph.D., History Bibliographer (Retired), Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  106. Melissa Bruninga, Assistant Professor of History, Pulaski, Tennessee
  107. Daniel Buccieri, History Teacher, Los Angeles, CA
  108. Nancy Bulgarelli, Librarian, Troy, MI
  109. Alice Bullard, Ph.D. & Esq., formerly professor at Georgia Institute of Technology, currently President of IRA - USA, Washington, DC
  110. Joseph Bullins, Historian/Professor, Greensboro, North Carolina
  111. Eric Bunnell, History, California State University Sacramento, Redding, California
  112. Rebecca M. Bunse, Historian, Davis, CA
  113. Lisa Burgin, History Professor, Dallas, Texas
  114. Karla Burkhart, Retired Educator, Sandy, Utah
  115. Kristen M. Burkholder, Librarian and Historian, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  116. Gary Burnside, B.A., History, Washington State University, retired, Mount Vernon, Oregon
  117. Mark S. Byrnes, Professor of History, Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina
  118. Stacy Cabibbo, Teacher, social studies, Tuxedo, New York
  119. Una M. Cadegan, Department of History, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio
  120. Mary C. Cain, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA
  121. Jane E. Calvert, Associate Professor of History, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
  122. Stephen Campbell, Lecturer, Cal Poly Pomona, Pasadena, California
  123. Amy Canfield, Associate Professor of History, Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston, ID
  124. Fabio Capano, American University, Washington, District of Columbia
  125. Richard Caproni, Social Studies Teacher - Retired, South Side High School, Rockville Centre, New York
  126. Robert Carley, Assistant Professor, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio
  127. P.J. Carlino, Doctoral Candidate, Boston University, American & New England Studies, Boston, MA
  128. Peter P. C. Carlson, California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA
  129. Marybeth Carlson, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio
  130. Eric Carlsson, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin
  131. Juan Carmona, Donna High School/South Texas College, Donna, Texas
  132. Edward Carson, Independent Historian, Brooks School, N. Andover, MA
  133. Dan T. Carter, University of South Emeritus Professor, Brevard, North Carolina
  134. Lucas Carvalho S. A. Pereira, Professor of History, Instituto Federal Minas Gerais, Betim, Brasil
  135. Matthew P. Casey, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA
  136. Eugene S. Cassidy, Ph.D., University of Michigan, CT
  137. Antonia Castaneda, Independent Scholar, San Antonio, TX
  138. Peter Catapano, Associate Professor, New York City College of Technology, Brooklyn, New York
  139. Ben Cater, Ph.D., Asst. Professor Of History, Eastern Nazarene College, MA
  140. Dolita Cathcart, Associate Professor of History, Wheaton College, Norton, MA
  141. Sandrine Emmanuelle Catris, Assistant Professor, Augusta, Georgia
  142. Jacqueline M Cavalier, Associate Professor, Community College of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  143. Susan Cederholm, Pacific Northwest & U.S. History adjunct for Everett Community College, Everett, Washington
  144. Christina Ceisel, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, CSU Fullerton, Los Angeles, CA
  145. Elaine Challacombe, Librarian, Minneapolis, MN
  146. Ava Chamberlain, Professor, Department of Religion, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio
  147. Abby Chandler, Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Lowell, Massachusetts
  148. Douglas M. Charles, Associate Professor of History, Penn State University, Pittsburgh, PA
  149. Barbara Chase-Riboud, Historical Novelist, Chicago Press, Paris, France, 
  150. William Cheek and Aimee Lee Cheek, Professor Emeritus of History, San Diego State University, and Writer, San Diego, California
  151. Peter Sebastian Chesney, Graduate Student, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
  152. Jeffrey Cisneros, PhD Candidate, History, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
  153. Amanda Clark, Genealogist, Indiana, 
  154. Lori Clune, Associate Professor of History, CA State Fresno, Fresno, CA
  155. Miriam Cohen, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York
  156. Lori Cole, Adjunct Professor of History, UMM & UMA, Northfield, Maine
  157. Mark Cole, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio
  158. Cynthia Compton, Adjunct Assistant Professor of History at BYU Hawaii, Laie, Hawaii
  159. Deborah Condren, Social Studies Teacher, Stafford, VA
  160. Vivian Bruce Conger, Associate Professor, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY
  161. Carolyn A. Conley, Professor Emerita, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Marietta, GA
  162. Stephen E. Conrad, Retired History Teacher and ABD, Glenside, PA
  163. Sandi E. Cooper, Professor Emerita, History, City U of New York at Staten Island and the Graduate School, New York, New York
  164. Vanessa Corcoran, Washington, DC, 
  165. Mary E. Corey, The College at Brockport, Brockport, New York
  166. Barbara Corrado Pope, Professor Emerita, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
  167. Bryan Cottle, Ph.D. Student, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA
  168. Michael L. Courtney, High School History Teacher, Warsaw, Kentucky
  169. Jonathan Couser, Adjunct Instructor in History, University of New Hampshire, Merrimack, NH
  170. Berry Craig, Professor emeritus of history, West Kentucky Community and Technical College, Paducah, Kentucky
  171. Michael Croley, Educator, Amarillo, Texas
  172. Rebecca Cross, Teacher, Houston, Texas
  173. A. Glenn Crothers, Associate Professor of History, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
  174. Elaine S. Cummings, Retired School Librarian, Rockaway Beach, Oregon
  175. Geoffrey Cunningham, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington
  176. Laura Cuppone, Historian, History Instructor, Oberlin, Ohio
  177. Jennifer Curtis, Fellow, Social Anthropology, University of Edinburgh, Springfield, Missouri
  178. Jesse Curtis, Ph.D. Candidate, American History, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
  179. Hannah Cutting-Jones, Ph.D. student, Auckland, New Zealand , 
  180. Daniel Czitrom, Professor of History, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts
  181. Anthony D'Ascoli, Professor, Miami, Florida
  182. Peter S. Dahl, Emeritus Professor of Geology, Kent State University, Kent, OH
  183. Kate Dahlstrand, Ph.D. Student of History at the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia 
  184. Gary W. Daily, Indiana State University/History (retired), Terre Haute, Indiana
  185. Heather Ponchetti Daly, UCLA, Los Angeles, California
  186. Tia Dang, Graduate Student, San Diego, CA
  187. Elisabeth Dangerfield, Teacher and Counselor, Citrus Heights, California
  188. Steven Danver, Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  189. Beverly Daross, Retired Teacher, El Paso, Texas 
  190. Michael R Davidson, Independent Scholar, Kingston, Pennsylvania
  191. Rebecca L. Davis, Associate Professor of History, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
  192. C. Sherwood Davis, Historical Interpreter, Boston, MA
  193. Adam Davis, Professor, Denison University, Granville, Ohio
  194. Alicia De Jong Davis, Oral Historian, El Paso, Texas
  195. Joseph Day, Emeritus Professor of Classics, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana
  196. Rachel Deblinger, Director, Digital Scholarship Commons - UCSC, CA
  197. Jean-Paul deGuzman, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA
  198. Chelsea Del Rio, Ph.D., History, University of Michigan, Michigan
  199. Roberto C. Delgadillo, Academic Librarian, Davis, CA
  200. Peggy Dellinger, Graduate Student, University of Florida , Gainesville, FL
  201. Stacy DeMore, Saddleback College, Laguna Hills, CA
  202. David Dewar, Professor, San Angelo, Texas
  203. Francesa Di Poppa, Associate professor of Philosophy, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
  204. Joseph Diaferia, Professor, Yonkers, New York
  205. Pamela Diaz, Hamilton College, NY, 
  206. Michael Diaz, PhD Student, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
  207. Bruce Dickerson, Professor, Centerville, Iowa
  208. Elizabeth Digeser, Professor of History, UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA
  209. Aaron Dilday, Instructor of History, Wiley College, Texas
  210. Ingrid Dineen-Wimberly, Historian, University of La Verne, Oxnard, CA
  211. Brian Dirck, Professor of History, Anderson University, Fishers, Indiana
  212. Justus Doenecke, Emeritus Professor of History, New College of Florida, Sarasota, Florida
  213. Michael Dolber, American History and Social Studies teacher (retired), Medford, NY
  214. Brian Dolber, Independent Scholar, Los Angeles, CA
  215. Adam H. Domby, Assistant Professor of History, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC
  216. Raymond Dominick, Professor Emeritus, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
  217. Ann Donaldson, Social Studies Teacher, NY, 
  218. Roberta Sheridan Donofrio, Humanities, Millerton, New York
  219. Frank R Douglas, Educator Historian, Carmel, California
  220. Rachel Downey, College Adjunct, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
  221. Jonathan Dresner, Associate Professor of East Asian and World History, Pittsburg, Kansas
  222. Ellen Carol DuBois, Distinguished Professor, UCLA, Los Angeles, California 
  223. Gail Dubrow, Professor, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN
  224. W. Dennis Duggan, Historian, Judge (Ret); Adj. Prof., UNV-Reno (Ret), Albany, NY
  225. John J. Dunphy, Writer of American history, Godfrey, IL
  226. J. Joaquin Duran, Assistant Professor of History, Rio Hondo College, Whittier, California 
  227. Adrienne Duris, Former Teacher and Student in Archives, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  228. Mary Duty, American History teacher, retired, Waco, Texas
  229. Eileen Eagan, University of Southern Maine, Portland, Maine
  230. Theresa Earenfight, Professor of History, Seattle, WA
  231. Aurore Eaton, Author, history of the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company, weekly newspaper column about New Hampshire history, Manchester, New Hampshire
  232. Robert Edelman, Historian, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California
  233. Steve Edenbo, Public Historian/1st-Person Interpreter of Thomas Jefferson, Philadelphia, PA
  234. Carolyn Eisenberg, Professor, Hofstra University, Brooklyn, New York
  235. Jay Eldred, High School History Teacher, New Bern, NC
  236. Geoff Eley, Karl Pohrt Distinguished University Professor of Contemporary History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
  237. Elizabeth Scott, Journalist, History columnist, New Orleans, Louisiana 
  238. Rebecca Elliot, Art Historian and Curator, Charlotte, North Carolina
  239. Blake Ellis, Professor of History, Lone Star College, Houston, TX
  240. Elizabeth Ellis-Marino, California State University, East Bay, California
  241. Franklin Engel, Professor, Retired, Mt. Angel Seminary, Oregon, Oregon
  242. John Ronald Engel, Professor Emeritus, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, Tucson, Arizona
  243. Kristen Epps, Professor, Conway, Arkansas
  244. Lucas Erickson, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
  245. Lawrence Espey, Cowles Distinguished Professor of Life Science, Emeritus, Trinity Univ., San Antonio, Texas, 
  246. Emily Evans, Historian of Art, Editor, Berlin, Germany
  247. Anne Exton, History Instructor, Santa Rosa Junior College, santa rosa, California
  248. Judith Ezekiel, Professor in Residence, Wright State University, Université de Toulouse Jean Jaurès, Yellow Springs, Ohio
  249. Matt Faatz, M. Ed/BA History - Educator, Keizer, Oregon
  250. Babette Faehmel, Schenectady County Community College, Schenectady, New York
  251. Garrett Fagan, Professor, Penn State University, University Park, PA
  252. Stanley L. Falk, Historian, Alexandria, Virginia
  253. Don Falls, Adjunct Professor/History Teacher, Bradenton, Florida
  254. John Fea, Professor of History, Messiah College, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
  255. Ronald L. Feinman, Historian and Author, Boca Raton, Florida
  256. Sara Feldman, Lecturer, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL
  257. Nina Felshin, Curator and Writer, NY, New York
  258. Merideth Ferguson, Utah State University, Logan, UT
  259. Michael Ferrari, Adjunct Professor, American History, Cañada College, Redwood City, CA
  260. Joseph Ferreira, Public School History Teacher, N. Attleborough, Massachusetts
  261. Amy Filiatreau, Library Director, Lynn University, Boca Raton, FL
  262. Natalie Fingerhut, History Editor-University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario
  263. Roy Finkenbine, Professor of History, Detroit, Michigan
  264. Joshua Fitzgerald, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
  265. Mitch Fleischer, Ph.D. Student, Wayne State University, Ann Arbor, Michigan 
  266. Robin Flemin, History Professor, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA
  267. Chris Fobare, Utica College, Utica, New York
  268. Travis J. Foltz, Teacher, Renton, Washington
  269. Randall Foote, Professor of History, Roxbury Community College, Boston, Massachusetts
  270. Bonnie Ford, Professor Emerita, Sacramento, California
  271. Elizabeth Fowler, Retired Library Director, Hampton, Virginia
  272. Carly Fox, High School History Instructor, Vermont Academy, Saxtons River, Vermont 
  273. Sandra Fox, Ph.D. Candidate in American Jewish History, Brooklyn, New York
  274. Leigh-Anne Francis, Assistant Professor, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, New Jersey
  275. Roxanne Franco, Educator, El Paso, Texas
  276. Brian Franklin, Associate Director, Center for Presidential History, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX
  277. Harry Franqui-Rivera, Historian/Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, CUNY, New York, New York
  278. Renee C. Fraser, History Instructor, Moorpark College, Moorpark, California
  279. Donald J. Fraser, Historian of American Revolutionary Era, Roseville, CA
  280. Erin Freas-Smith, Historian, Arlington, Virginia
  281. Ruth Frey, Retired High School History Teacher, Baltimore, MD
  282. Terry Frey, Retired High School Teacher, Berlin, Maryland
  283. Richard M. Fried, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois
  284. Elaine Friedland, Political Scientist, Staten Island, New York
  285. Joshua B. Friedman, Anthropology/Judaic Studies, Rutgers, Brooklyn, New York
  286. Joan S. Friedman, Associate Professor of History and Religious Studies, College of Wooster, Wooster, OH
  287. Laura Frommer, History Teacher, Glendale, Arizona
  288. Shannon Frystak, Associate Professor, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, Bethlehem, PA
  289. Ann Fuhrman, Teacher, Bellingham, MA
  290. Takashi Fujitani, Professor, U of Toronto, Professor Emeritus, UC, San Diego, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  291. Michael J. Fuller, Professor, (Emeritus), Miami University, Crest Hill, Illinois
  292. Joshua Furman, Rice University, Houston, TX
  293. Matthew Gabriele, Associate Professor, Virginia Tech, Virginia
  294. Tonia Gallagher, Retired educator, Cortland, Ohio
  295. Sandra Gambetti, Associate Professor of History, CUNY, New York, NY
  296. Oscar Garcia, High School Social Studies Teacher, El Paso, Texas
  297. Mark K. Gardner, Public Historian and History Teacher, Coventry, Rhode Island
  298. Elliot Garfinkel, Ed.D., American History Educator, Superintendent of Schools, Retired, Boynton Beach, Florida, 
  299. Karen Garner, Professor, Historical Studies, SUNY Empire State College, Saratoga Springs, New York
  300. Timothy Garrity, Executive Director, Mount Desert Island Historical Society, Mount Desert, ME
  301. Sheila Hickey Garvey, Professor Emeritus, Hamden, CT
  302. Dr. Catherine Gatewood-Keim, Faculty, Austin Peay State University, Cumberland Furnace, TN
  303. Christopher Gehrz, Professor of History, Bethel University, St. Paul, MN
  304. Donald Gerardi, Professor Emeritus/Brooklyn College, New York, New York
  305. Peter R Gerlach, Adjunct Instructor of History, Project Archivist, Freelance Historical Researcher, and Taxi Driver, DeKalb, Illinois
  306. David Gerwin, History Teacher Educator, New York, NY
  307. Arch Getty, Professor of History, UCLA, Los Angeles, California
  308. James M. Giardina, San Diego Mesa College, La Mesa, California
  309. Liette Gidlow, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
  310. Daniel Gilfillan, Associate Professor, Tempe, Arizona
  311. James T. Gillam, Professor, Emeritus, Spelman College, Stone Mountain, GA
  312. Glenda Gilmore, Professor of History, Yale University, New Haven, CT
  313. Robert Gilpin, Historian, Vineyard Haven, MA
  314. Brent Glass, Author and Museum Director, Washington, District of Columbia
  315. Elizabeth H. Glassey, Professor of History, Vincennes University (retired), Bloomington, Indiana
  316. Leona Glazebrooks, Social Studies Teacher, Indianapolis, Indiana
  317. Susan A. Glenn, Professor of History, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  318. Thomas F. Glick, Emeritus Professor of History, Boston University, Boston, MA
  319. Steven N. Goetz, Professor of History and Philosophy, Northwest Christian University, Eugene, Oregon
  320. Janet Golden, Historian, Rutgers, Camden, NJ
  321. Tim Goncharoff, Independent scholar, Santa Cruz, CA
  322. Rhonda Gonzales, Historian, San Antonio, Tejas
  323. Victoria Gonzalez-Rivera, Associate Professor, San Diego State University , Chula vista, California
  324. Daniel Gorman Jr, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
  325. Stephen S. Gosch, Professor of History, Emeritus, UW-Eau Claire, Madison, Wisconsin
  326. Gene Grabiner, SUNY Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus, Buffalo, New York
  327. Thomas M. Grace, Assistant Professor, Erie Community College, Buffalo, New York
  328. Brian Gratton, Arizona State University (Ret.), Tempe, AZ
  329. Karen Graubart, History Dept, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana
  330. William Glenn Gray, Associate Professor of History, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
  331. Erik Greenberg, Ph.D., Public Historian and CSULA Adjunct Faculty, Los Angeles, California
  332. Sandra E. Greene, Historian, Ithaca, NY
  333. Gale Greenleaf, Retired professor, Brunswick, Maine
  334. Rachel T. Greenwald, Independent Scholar, Riverdale, NY
  335. Janette Thomas Greenwood, Professor of History, Clark University, Worcester, MA
  336. James Gregory, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  337. Michael Griggs, Ph.D. Candidate - University of Edinburgh, Charlotte, NC
  338. Ronnie Grinberg, Assistant Professor of history, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  339. Richard Grossman, Instructor, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL
  340. John K. Grube, M.Ed. West Chester University, Retired Social Studies Teacher, PA
  341. Rachel Guberman, Journal of American History and Indiana University, Bloomigton, IN
  342. Zevi Gutfreund, Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
  343. Will Guthrie, Independent Scholar and Bookseller, Spring Branch, Texas
  344. Robert Guthrie, Psychologist/Yale History Degree, Roanoke, Virginia
  345. R. Kent Guy, Professor, Univ of Washington, Seattle, WA
  346. Morgan S. Guzman, Ph.D. UCLA, California, 
  347. Judith Hallett, Professor of Classics, University of Maryland, College Park, Bethesda, Maryland
  348. Martin Halpern, Professor of History Emeritus, Henderson State University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  349. Michael P. Hanagan, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York
  350. Mary Hancock, Professor of History, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California
  351. Tona Hangen, Associate Professor and Department Chair, Worcester State University, Worcester, MA
  352. Sarah Hanley, Professor of History and Law, Emerita, University of Iowa, Scituate, MA
  353. Wayne Hanley, Professor/West Chester University, Cochranville, Pennsylvania
  354. Patsy Hardin, Historian and writer, Reno, Nevada
  355. Casey Harison, Professor of History, University of Southern indiana, Evansville, Indiana
  356. Anita Harker, Sociology Professor, Bellingham, WA
  357. Gillis Harp, Professor of History/Grove City College, Grove City, Pennsylvania
  358. David Harpine, Educator, Pittsburgh, PA
  359. Robert Harris, Curator of Exhibits, Greensboro History Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina
  360. Ricardo Harris, B.A. in History, Junction City, Kansas
  361. Lily Hart, Historian/Student, Phi Alpha Theta member, Washougal, Washington
  362. Amy E. Harth, Ph.D. Student, Union Institute & University, Overland Park, Kansas
  363. Ian Hartman, Assistant Professor of History, Anchorage, Alaska
  364. Lawrence L. Hartzell, Professor of History, Brookdale Community College, Howell, New Jersey
  365. Jonathan H. Harwell, Librarian, Cultural Historian, Fern Park, FL
  366. Jonathan Harwell, Librarian, Fern Park, Florida
  367. John Hatch, Signature Books, Salt Lake City, Utah
  368. Ann Haugo, Associate Professor, Ph.D in Theatre History, Normal, Illinois
  369. Jason Hawke, Associate Professor and Chair, History Department, Roanoke College, Salem, VA
  370. J. Russell Hawkins, Associate Professor of History, Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, Indiana
  371. Kevin Healey, Assistant Professor of Communication, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire 
  372. Thomas M. Heaney, Associate Professor of History, Feather River College, Quincy, CA
  373. Joel Hecker, Associate Professor of Jewish Mysticism, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, Wyncote, PA
  374. Mary Ann Heiss, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
  375. Adrian A. Helleman, Independent Scholar (retired), Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  376. Ena Heller, Museum Director, Winter Park, Florida
  377. Amanda Hendrix-Komoto, Assistant Professor, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT
  378. Horace Henry, Historian/Photographer, Atlanta, Georgia
  379. Ellen Herman, Professor of History, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
  380. Rachel Herrmann, Lecturer, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK, 
  381. Deborah Hertz, Professor of History, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla California 92093, CA
  382. John Hesting, Professor - St. Petersburg College, St. Petersburg, Florida
  383. Damon Hickey, Historian and Dierctor of Libraries, Emeritus, The College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio
  384. David Hickey, History Teacher, Stony Brook, NY
  385. Nolan Higdon, California State University, East Bay, Hayward, California
  386. Michael Hill, Historical Researcher, Fredericksburg, Virginia
  387. Patricia R. Hill, Professor of American Studies, History, Wesleyan University, Connecticut
  388. Patricia Evridge Hill, Professor of History, San Jose State University, San Jose, California
  389. Dennis Hillers, Graduate Student, Ypsilanti, Michigan
  390. Susan Hindersmann, Reference Librarian (ret.), Norton, Massachusetts
  391. Gloria Selene Hinojosa, Librarian, Buda, Texas
  392. Steven J. Hirsch, Historian, Washington University, St. Louis, MO
  393. Laura Hirshbein, MD, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 
  394. Lauren Hirshberg, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
  395. Charles Hixson, Historian, Retired, Eugene, Oregon
  396. Katie Hodges-Kluck, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
  397. Stefan Hodges-Kluck, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
  398. Peter Charles Hoffer, Historian, Georgia, 
  399. Matthew Hoffman, Associate Professor of History, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  400. Sandie Holguin, Associate Professor of History, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma
  401. Meg Honey, History Teacher/Adjunct Faculty, Walnut Creek, California
  402. Laura Honsberger, Historian/Teacher, New York, New York
  403. M Burton Hopkins, Public school Latin and Social Studies teacher, New Castle, Delaware
  404. Patrick Hornberger - Author, Author, Eastwind Publishing, Trappe, Maryland
  405. Helen L. Horowitz, Professor of History, emerita, Smith College, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  406. Daniel Horowitz, Smith College, Emeritus, Cambridge, MA
  407. Bill Howard, Author/Historian, Delmar, New York
  408. Paul Richard Huard, History Instructor and Social Studies Department Chairman, Ashland High School, Ashland, OR
  409. Jim Hubbard, Independent Historian, Baltimore, Maryland
  410. John Huddlestun, Associate Professor, Charleston, SC
  411. Julia Hudson-Richards, Historian, Pennsylvania
  412. Jennifer Huerta, Ph.D. Student in History, UCSD, La Jolla, California 
  413. Sakina Hughes, Assistant Professor of History University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, IN
  414. Craig Hughes, M.A. History, Ph.D candidate, Social Worker, New York, New York
  415. Cory Hulsizer, Social Studies Teacher, Pennsylvania, 
  416. Michael Huntsberger, Associate Professor, Mass Communication, Radio Historian, Linfield College, McMinnville, OR, 
  417. Larry Ingle, Professor emeritus, History, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee
  418. Maurice Isserman, Hamilton College history department, Clinton, New York
  419. Nate Jacklin, History Department Faculty, Mercersburg, Pennsylvania
  420. Will Jackson, College Coordinator, Pawtucket, RI
  421. Hanni Jalil, Assistant Professor, Universidad Icesi, Cali, Colombia
  422. Linda R. James, Art History, UW-Platteville (Emerita), Wisconsin
  423. Stephanie Jass, Professor of History, Adrian College, Adrian, MI
  424. Susan Jennings, Retired Public School Teacher, Mebane, North Carolina
  425. Matthew Johnson, Graduate Student, Huntsville, Alabama
  426. Michael Johnson, Historian – Retired/Disabled, Carbondale, Illinois
  427. Valerie Ann Johnson, Mott Distinguished Professor of Women's Studies, Bennett College, Greensboro, North Carolina
  428. Marianne Johnson, Professor of Economics, UW Oshkosh, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
  429. Charlotte Johnson, Retired Teacher, Kansas City, MO
  430. Barbara Johnson, Retired/Disabled Teacher, Dayton, Ohio
  431. Betty W. Johnson, Teacher, Beaverton, Oregon
  432. Melinda M. Johnson, Ph.D., History, Unaffiliated, Lexington, KY
  433. Ruby Johnson, Ph.D. Candidate, George Washington University, Washington, District of Columbia
  434. Charlotte Johnson, Retired teacher, Kansas City, MO
  435. James E. Jolly, Historian/, Williamsburg, Virginia
  436. Heather Jones, Historian, Cultural Services Provider, Arvada, CO
  437. Jacqueline Jones, Professor of History, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
  438. Fred Jordan, Instructor in History, Woodberry Forest School, Woodberry Forest, VA
  439. Ray Juaire, Senior Exhibitions Manager, Shaker Heights, Ohio
  440. Steve Jusseaume, Journalist, History Major, UMass-Boston, Hampton, New Hampshire
  441. Marc Kagan, Historian, New York, New York
  442. Dean Kahler, Retired High School History Teacher, East Canton, Ohio
  443. Helen Kasic, Graduate Student, Chicago, Illinois
  444. Gary Kates, Professor of History, Pomona College, Claremont, CA
  445. Dr. Phyllis Kavett, Ed.D., Professsor Emerita, Mathematics and Education, Kean University, New Jersey
  446. John P. Keenan, Emeritus, Middlebury College, Newport, Vermont
  447. Philip Keisman, Ph.D. Candidate, New York, NY
  448. Mary Kelley, Professor of History and American Culture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
  449. Kathryn W. Kemp, Associate Professor of History, Morrow, Georgia
  450. Laura Lee Kerr, Museum Development/Adjunct History Professor, Louisville, Kentucky
  451. Young-Hyun Kim, Ph.D. Candidate in History (UCSD), California, 
  452. Lauren Kimbell, Graduate Student, History, 
  453. Bart King, Author and educator, Portland, Oregon
  454. Amy Kinsel, Dean, Seattle, Washington
  455. Kate Kinser, Independent Historian, Chicago, Illinois
  456. Richard S. Kirkendall, Professor of History Emeritus, U Washington-Seattle, Seattle, Washington
  457. John W. Kirshon, Journalist/Historical Novelist, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY
  458. Jessica Kirzane, Ph.D. Candidate, Yiddish Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York, Overland Park, KS
  459. Jill Klasson, Retired History teacher, Merrick, NY
  460. Shayne Klein, History Teacher, Raleigh, North Carolina
  461. Joanne Klein, Professor of History, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho
  462. Amy Koehlinger, Associate Professor, Corvallis, OR
  463. Richard Koepsell, Retired Professor, Troy, Virginia
  464. Troy Araiza Kokinis, Ph.D. Candidate UC San Diego, California, 
  465. Michael Koncewicz, Cold War Collections Specialist - Tamiment Library (New York University), Brooklyn, New York
  466. Nancy Koppelman, Member of the Faculty, The Evergreen State College , Olympia, Washington
  467. Richard Kornweibel, Ph.D., Professor of History, Emeritus, Sacramento State, Sacramento, California, 
  468. Nadine Korte, History Instructor, St. Lambert, Quebec, Canada
  469. Kate Korth, History Graduate Student at the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
  470. Katharine Krassan, Adjunct Professor, Southampton, New Jersey
  471. Michelle Ann Kratts, Historian, librarian and author, Niagara Falls, NY
  472. B. Robert Kreiser, Adjunct Professor of History, George Mason University, Chevy Chase, MD
  473. David Krikun, Assoc. Prof of History, emeritus, SUNY-New Paltz, New Paltz, New York
  474. Catherine Kudlick, Professor of History, San Francisco State University , San Francisco, California
  475. Chenjerai Kumanyika, Assistant Professor, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina
  476. Alicja Kusiak-Brownstein, Historian, South Bend, Indiana
  477. Sally Kvebak, Retired Teacher, Msnkato, Minnesota
  478. Scott Laderman, Professor of History, University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN
  479. Robert M. Lamont, Retired High School History Teacher, Chicago, Illinois, Illinois
  480. Pablo Landeros, History Faculty, EMCC, Avondale, Arizona
  481. Michael Landing, Associate Professor of History, Augsburg College, MN
  482. Megan Lange, Community College Instructor, Los Angeles, CA
  483. Julie Langford, Associate Professor of Ancient History, Tampa, Florida
  484. Nancy Langston, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI
  485. Traci Langworthy, Jamestown Community College, Jamestown, New York
  486. Sarah Larkin, Educator, Indianapolis, Indiana
  487. Scott Larsen, founder, HistoryALIVE!, New Westminster, BC, Washington
  488. Derek Larson, Historian/Professor, Collegeville, Minnesota
  489. Michelle Laughran, Associate Professor of History, Standish, Maine
  490. Denise Lay, Graduate Student, History Teacher, Borger, Texas
  491. Perry Leavell, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of History Emeritus, Drew University, Princeton, NJ
  492. Janet Gayle Ledbetter, B.A., M.A., Historian, Cleburne, Texas
  493. Pat Ledbetter, History professor, Gainesville, Texas
  494. Anna Leff, Educator, Tempe, AZ
  495. James Leiker, Professor, Overland Park, Kansas
  496. Daniel Leland, Social Studies Teacher, minneapolis, Minnesota
  497. Heikki Lempa, Professor, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA
  498. Lois Leonard, Historian, Portland, Oregon
  499. Melinda Leonard, M.A. in Public History, Chicago, IL
  500. Virginia Lettinga, Art Historian/retired university chaplain CRCNA, Prince George, BC
  501. Christopher J. Levesque, Ph.D., Instructor, Colorado Community Colleges Online, Tampa, Florida
  502. Teresita Levy, Associate Professor, Lehman College, Bronx, New York
  503. Danielle Lewis, Independent Scholar, New York, New York
  504. Rachel Leyland, High school History Teacher, New Cuyama, CA
  505. Jinying Li, Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  506. Susan Liang, Independent Scholar, Honolulu, Hawaii
  507. Felice Lifshitz, Professor, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  508. Patricia Y.C.E. Lin, Ph.D., Researcher, UC Berkeley, CA
  509. Neal Lindsey, Salem Historian, School of Principal Knowledge, Bee Spring, Kentucky
  510. Rebecca Reid Linford, Adjunct Professor of History, Georgetown University, Virginia 
  511. Mary Ann Linsell, Professor, Business Administration, Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City, Michigan
  512. John A. Liss, History Professor, McAllen, TX
  513. Ian D Livingston, Social Studies Educator, Suffern, New York
  514. John Locke, Doctoral Candidate, Union Institute and University, Plattsburgh, New York
  515. Ann Marie Lodl, M.A. History,  University of Illinois at Chicago, Two Rivers, Wisconsin
  516. Michael B Loughlin, History Professor, Ada, Ohio
  517. Matthew Luckett, Academic Coordinator and Lecturer, CSU Dominguez Hills, Los Angeles, CA
  518. Trevor Stacy Luke, Associate Professor of Ancient History, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida
  519. Casey Lurtz, Harvard Academy Scholar, Cambridge, MA
  520. Wes Lybrand, Educator, BIRMINGHAM, AL
  521. J.B. Lyle, Historical Fiction Writer, Queen Creek, Arizona
  522. Daniel Lynch, Ph.D. in US History, Los Angeles, CA
  523. Denise Lynn, University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, Indiana 
  524. Stephen Lyons, Professor of History, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pennsylvania
  525. Steve Macek, Professor, Department of Communication, North Central College, Naperville, Illinois
  526. Pamela Mack, Historian, Clemson, South Carolina
  527. Dr. Nick Maher, Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, GA
  528. Katharine Mahon, Professor, Vincentown, New Jersey
  529. Terry Major-Hollidat, Retired Educator, Waupaca, Wisconsin
  530. Jennifer Lavris Makovics, Archaeologist (BA, MA) and current graduate student in Criminology, California
  531. Joan Marks, Michigan State University, Minneapolis, Minnesota 
  532. Thomas C. Maroukis, Professor Emeritus, Capital University, Venice, Florida
  533. Dawn G. Marsh, Associate Professor, Purdue University, Lafayette, IN
  534. Bonnie Marshak, Librarian/Keiser University, Pembroke Pines, FL
  535. Erich Martel, Retired World & AP US History Teacher, Washington, DC
  536. Myrna Martin, Doctoral Candidate in History, Colorado Springs, Colorado
  537. John Jeffries Martin, Duke University, Durham, NC
  538. Sean Martin, Cleveland, Ohio
  539. Sebastian Martinez y Trevino, B.S., M.A.: University of Texas, El Paso; Educator, El Paso, Texas
  540. Marilyn Chapin Massy, Retired Professor of History of Religion, Pitzer College, Washington, DC
  541. Kevin Mattson, Connor Study Professor of Contemporary History, Ohio University, Athens, OH
  542. Brian Matzke, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
  543. Paul Matzko, Doctoral Candidate, Instructor, Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania
  544. Meredith May, Ph.D. Candidate, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas
  545. Matthew Mayer, E-Publishing/History Undergrad, Lake Worth, FL
  546. Blake Mazurek, U.S. History Teacher, Grand Rapids, Michigan
  547. Thomas B. McAffee, William S. Boyd Professor of Law, Las Vegas, Nevada
  548. Elizabeth McAlister, Professor, Religion and American Studies, CT
  549. Preston McBride, Ph.D. Candidate, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
  550. Christi McCallum, Ph.D., Instructor, West Kentucky Community and Technical College, Paducah, Kentucky
  551. Erica McCarthy, Adjunct Faculty, CT, 
  552. Thomas McClendon, Emeritus Professor of History, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas
  553. Alexander McConnell, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
  554. Austin McCoy, University of Michigan, Michigan, 
  555. Marie McDaniel, University Professor, New Haven, CT
  556. Nick McGinnis, M.A. History, Morgantown, WV
  557. Stephen P. McGrath, Historian, Litchfield, Connecticut
  558. Paul McKenzie-Jones, Assistant Professor, Montana State University-Northern, Havre, Montana
  559. Pat McKnight, University Faculty (retired), Tucson, Arizona
  560. Glenn McMullen, Retired Archivist, Austin, Texas
  561. Daniel McNamara, 7th Grade Social Studies Teacher, Suffern, New York
  562. Alan McPherson, Professor of International and Area Studies, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
  563. David Meola, Assistant Professor of History and Jewish Studies, University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama
  564. Penny Messinger, Historian (Associate Professor of History), East Aurora, NY
  565. Virginia Metaxas, Professor of History, New Haven, CT
  566. Carter Jones Meyer, Professor of History, New Jersey, Mahwah, NJ
  567. Donald Keith Midkiff, Grad student, author, tour guide, New Orleans, Louisiana
  568. Michael D. Miller, Military history author, Redding, California
  569. Tim Miller, Retired Union Rep. and Labor Studies Instructor, Philadelphia, PA.
  570. Roger, History teacher, retired, Eagle River, Alaska
  571. Noah Millstone, Historian, 
  572. Scott Miltenberger, Consulting Historian, Davis, California
  573. Betty Mitchell, Professor Emeritus, UMass Dartmouth, Northampton, MA
  574. Brian Moeller, High School History Teacher, Wantagh, New York
  575. Richard Moniz, Librarian/Historian, Charlotte, North Carolina
  576. Jean M. Montagnon, High School Teacher, Fort Worth, Texas
  577. Deborah Dash Moore, Frederick G.L. Huetwell Professor of History & Judaic Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
  578. Judy C. Morelock, Ph.D., Professor - University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
  579. Mark Moreno, Historian, Commerce, Texas
  580. Brandon Morgan, Assistant Professor, Central New Mexico Community College, Rio Rancho, NM
  581. Douglas Morgan, Washington Adventist University, Takoma Park, MD
  582. Maryann E. Morran, Retired Public School Teacher, Concord, MA
  583. Sarah Morris, Graduate student, Philadelphia, PA
  584. Christopher Moses, Ph.D. Candidate, History, Princeton University, NJ
  585. John Mulholland, The University of Chicago D'Angelo Law Library, Chicago, IL
  586. Ruth Mullen, B.A., History, M.A. History, New York, NY
  587. Ruth Mullen, Writer, New York, New York
  588. Sean Munger, J.D., Ph.D. Candidate, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
  589. Amanda Murphy, M.A., Architectural Historian, Alexndria, VA
  590. Jamie Murton, Historian/Professor, North Bay, 
  591. Stan Nadel, Historian, University of Portland, Salzburg Austria Center, Salzburg, Austria
  592. Carol Nance, Historian and History Teacher, Long Beach, CA
  593. Constantine Nasr, Documentary filmmaker/historian, Los Angeles, California
  594. Jillian Nataupsky, Mercersburg Academy, Pennsylvania
  595. Natasha S. Naujoks, History Teacher, Norfolk, VA
  596. Jeremy Neely, Instructor, Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri
  597. Larz Neilson, Editor, (ret.) Town Crier, Wilmington, MA
  598. Larry L. Nelson, Professor, Bowling Green State University, Weston, Ohio
  599. Karen Nelson, American History Teacher, Eden Prairie, Minnesota
  600. John Nerone, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 
  601. Charlie Newhall, History Teacher, Salem, Massachusetts
  602. Brooke Newman, Assistant Professor of History, Richmond, Virginia
  603. Randy Nichols, Assistant Professor, School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, University of Washington Tacoma, Tacoma, WA
  604. Jeff Nichols, Professor, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah
  605. Becky Nicolaides, Research Affiliate, UCLA Center for Study of Women, Los Angeles, CA
  606. Constance Sue Noakes, National Board Certified Teacher, Longview, Washington
  607. Ana Maria Nogueira, Teacher, Public School, Boston, MA
  608. Mary Nolan, Professor of History, NYU, NY
  609. Jody Noll, Ph.D. Student, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
  610. Anita Norich, Collegiate Professor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
  611. Mark Marston Norris, Dean, Grace College, Winona Lake, Indiana
  612. Debra Norris-Rich, Writer/Adjunct College Faculty, Broomall, Pennsylvania
  613. Dael Norwood, Asst. Prof., Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York
  614. Dr. Andrew Ó Baoill, Director, Journalism Programmes, NUI Galway, Galway, Ireland
  615. Jonathan O'Brian, Historian, Jamestown, New York
  616. Elizabeth O'Brien, Ph.D. Candidate, Austin, TX
  617. Patrick O'Brien, Adjunct, Austin Community College, Austin, Texas
  618. Margaret O'Mara, Associate Professor of History, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  619. Kenneth O'Reilly, Emeritus (History), University of Alaska Anchorage and instructor, Milwaukee Area Technical College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  620. Barbara Oberg, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08540, NJ
  621. Kari Oelkers, History Teacher/Director of Teacher Training Program, Bozeman/King Abdullah University, MT/Thuwal KSA
  622. Arnold A. Offner, Cornelia F. Hugel Professor of History, Emeritus, Lafayette College, Easton, PA
  623. Leslie Offutt, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York
  624. Christine A. Ogren, Professor, history of education (U of Iowa), Iowa City, IA
  625. Rachel Oppenheimer, PhD candidate, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  626. Avigail Oren, Doctoral Candidate, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
  627. Laurie Orman, Former Teacher of English & History; Former Educational Television Producer, Austin, TX
  628. Dale Osborn, Retired Teacher, Connecticut, 
  629. Melissa Otis, Historian, McCandless, Pennsylvania
  630. Judith Oulund, History Chair, Boston, MA
  631. Laurence Overmire, Author, Historian, West Linn, Oregon
  632. W. M. Owens, Associate Professor of Classics, Ohio University, Athens, OH
  633. David Pace, Professor Emeritus, History Department, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
  634. Peter Pagan, Amateur historian, Staten Island, New York
  635. Patrick Parker, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 
  636. Michael Patrick, Associate Professor Emeritus, University of Missouri, Fairhope, Alabama
  637. Michael Pearlman, Professor of History (ret.), U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Lawrence, Kansas 
  638. Tracey Pepper, History Professor, Seattle, Washington
  639. Edgardo Pérez Morales, Assistant Professor, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California
  640. Very Rev'd Michael Perko, Professor Emeritus of History and Education, Sandia Park, New Mexico
  641. Christine Peters, Retired High School Teacher, Morton Grove, IL
  642. Art Petersen, Professor of English, Emeritus, Juneau, Alaska
  643. Kurt W. Peterson, Director of Development, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL
  644. Pam Pettengell, History museum administrator, Williamsburg, Virginia
  645. Alison Philippi, Middle School Reading/Social Studies teacher, Phoenix, AZ
  646. Lisa Phillips, Associate Professor of History, Terre Haute, Indiana
  647. Victor Pickard, Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania
  648. Kerry Pimblott, Assistant Professor of African American & Diaspora Studies and History, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming
  649. Linda Pitelka, Maryville University, St. Louis, Missouri
  650. Mark Pittenger, Professor, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
  651. Dr. Joseph A. Pizzo Jr, Sc.D., Historian, engineer, scientist, Newtown Square, PA, 
  652. A.J. Plotke, Ph.D., Historian, Great War Primary Documents Archive, Phoenix, Arizona
  653. Sue Plummer, Walnut Hills Historical Society, Cincinnati, Ohio
  654. Lisa Poirier, History of Religions, DePaul University, Chicago, IL
  655. Dana Polanichka, Assistant Professor of History, Wheaton College (MA), Norton, MA
  656. Daniel Pope, Professor of History, Emeritus, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
  657. Amy Poppinga, History professor, St. Paul, Minnesota
  658. Brian Porter-Szucs, Professor of History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
  659. Rich Potter, Assistant Professor, American Jewish University, Los Angeles, CA
  660. Claire Potter, Professor of History and Director, Digital Humanities Initiative, The New School, New York, NY
  661. David M. Powell, Teacher: World History, Government, Economics, Hemet, CA
  662. Margaret Power, Professor of History, Illinois Tech, Chicago, Illinois
  663. Michael Shane Powers, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
  664. Heather Munro Prescott, Professor of History, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT
  665. Douglas Scot Price, Executive Director, Brenham Heritage Museum, Brenham, Texas
  666. Lynn Price, Assistant Editor, The Washington Papers, UVA, Charlottesville, Virginia
  667. Doug Priest, Ph.D., History, Albany, New York
  668. Richard Primuth, History instructor, villa rica, Georgia
  669. Rain Prud'hommeCranford PhD, Lecturer, American Indian Studies, 
  670. Sara Pugach, Associate Professor of History, Cal State LA, Los Angeles, CA
  671. John W Quist, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania
  672. Judith Quon, Social Studies Teacher, Victorville, California
  673. Shari Rabin, College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
  674. Peter Rachleff, Emeritus Professor of History, Macalester College, Saint Paul, Minnesota
  675. Jared Ragland, Graduate student, history, Northwest Missouri State U, Maryville, MO
  676. Aaron Raines, Teacher of History, Government and Economics, Nashville, Tennessee
  677. Michael Rectenwald, Professor, Global Liberal Studies, NYU, New York, NY
  678. Charles Rector, M.A., University of Arkansas, Woodstock, Illinois
  679. Laura Redford, Professor, Claremont, CA
  680. Miles Reding, M.A. Student, University of Oregon, Department of History, Eugene, Oregon
  681. Debbie Reese, Educator; American Indians in Children's Literature, Santa Fe, NM
  682. Ed Reese, Independent Scholar, Dallas, Texas
  683. Amanda Regan, Ph.D. Candidate, Fairfax, VA
  684. Sandra Regan, Overseer USS CONSTITUTION MUSEUM, Boston, Ret. Teacher, Artist, Author, Winthrop, Massachusetts
  685. Josh Reid, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  686. Brenda Reiss, Retired Teacher, Greenlawn, NY
  687. Stella Ress, Assistant Professor, University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, IN
  688. John W. Retallack, Retired Professor, Rochester, NY
  689. Susan M. Reverby, Historian, Wellesley, MA
  690. Brittany Reyes, Academic Services Coordinator, Mountain View, CA
  691. William Reynolds, Historian - Campus Martius and the Ohio River Museum, Marietta, Ohio
  692. David Rezelman, Historian, Norfolk, 
  693. Karen Rhodes, historian, independent scholar, Middleburg, Florida
  694. Charles Louis Richter, Ph.D. Candidate, American Religious History, George Washington University, Washington, DC
  695. Margaret Riddle, Staff Historian, Everett, WA
  696. Julie Riesenweber, Architectural Historian, Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
  697. Jana Riess, Editor and author, Cincinnati, Ohio
  698. Steven F. Riley, Creator/Founder of, Maryland, 
  699. Angela Riotto, Ph.D. Candidate, OH, 
  700. Terence Risko, Library Director, retired, Vero Beach, Florida
  701. Nerissa Rivera, Duke University, Durham, NC
  702. William Roba, Prof. of History Emeritus, Scott Community College, Bettendorf, Iowa
  703. Rita Roberts, Professor of History, Claremont, CA
  704. Dave Robertson, History Major, Dartmouth Class of 1975, Chicago, Illinois
  705. Barbara K. Robins, Native American Studies & Liturature, University of Nebraska-Omaha, Omaha, NE
  706. James W.J. Robinson, Ph.D. Student, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
  707. Nancy Rockafellar, Ph.D., Historian (retired), University of California SF, San Francisco, California
  708. Teresa Rollins, History Educator, Levittown, Pennsylvania
  709. Travis Rose, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
  710. James Rose, Wake Tech Community College - retired, Raleigh, North Carolina
  711. Ruth Rosen, Professor Emerita of History, University of California, California
  712. Dan Rosenberg, Adelphi University, Garden City, New York
  713. Andrew Israel Ross, Assistant Professor of History, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS
  714. Nancy Ross, Dixie State University, St. George, Utah
  715. Anthony Ross, University of Michigan, MI 
  716. Alex Ross, History Teacher, Tarpley, Texas
  717. Erika Ross, MA, Art Historian, Auburn, New York
  718. Jennifer Ross-Nazzal, Historian, Houston, TX
  719. Jim Ross-Nazzal, Professor of History, Houston, TX
  720. Allison Rottmann, Lecturer, Fudan University, Oakland, California
  721. Peter Rowley, Retired English and History Teacher, Vermontville, New York
  722. Charlotte A. Rubin, Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission, Portland, Oregon
  723. Martha Rudd, Historian, journalist and editor, Burke VA, 
  724. Vicki L. Ruiz, Distinguished Professor of History, UC Irvine, Irvine, California
  725. Crystal Ruth, B.A., History, California
  726. Rebecca M. Ruth-Hilliard, History Educator, Newberry, SC
  727. Greg Rydel, Educator (retired), Trumbull, Connecticut
  728. John Saltmarsh, Professor, University of Massachusetts Boston, Wayland, MA
  729. Jeffrey T Sammons, Professor of History, New York University, New York
  730. Arlene M. Sanchez-Walsh, Associate Professor, Azusa Pacific University, San Dimas, California
  731. Dr. Paul Sandul, Associate Professor of History, Texas, 
  732. Scott Saul, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
  733. Anthony Scarnati, Social Studies Teacher, Jericho High School , Port Jefferson Station, New York
  734. Kurt Kim Schaefer, Bates Technical College, Tacoma, Washington
  735. Virginia Scharff, Department of History, U. of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
  736. Jeffrey M. Schell, Associate Professor, Woods hole, Massachusetts
  737. Mathia Scherer, Cultural Resources Management Consultant, Louisville, KY
  738. David Schlitt, Public Historian, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
  739. Eric Schluessel, University of Montana, Missoula, MT
  740. Anna Schmidt, Retired Teacher, Waterville, Ohio
  741. Kim Schmucker, Historian and Social Science teacher, Scottsbluff, Nebraska
  742. Birgit Schneider, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 
  743. Donna Schuele, Department of Political Science, CSU Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
  744. Sebastian Schulman, Indiana University/Smith College, Northampton, MA
  745. Juliana Schulte, Special Education Teacher, Sedalia, Missouri
  746. Anton Schulzki, History Teacher, Colorado Springs, Colorado
  747. Suzanne Schussler, Certified Interpretive Guide, Montana
  748. Don Schwartz, Historian, Seal Beach, California
  749. Bonnie Fox Schwartz, Historian of the New Deal, New York, New York
  750. Abby Schweber, Historian, Virginia, 
  751. Dee Scott, Former Elementary School Teacher, Houston, Texas
  752. Patricia Lyn Scott, Independent Historian, Rigby, Idaho
  753. Lois Scozzsri, Professor of History, American Studies, Anthropology, Suffield, Connecticut
  754. Pamela Scully, Professor, Atlanta, Georgia
  755. Laurie J. Sears, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  756. Stephanie Seawell-Fortado, Director, Illinois Labor History Society, Illinois
  757. Charlie Seemann, Retired Folklorist, Elko, NV
  758. Mary DuBois Sexton, Adjunct History professor, Silver Spring, Maryland 
  759. Kelly Shannon, Historian, Hollywood, Florida
  760. Michael Share, University Professor, Department of History, University of Macau, Macau, 
  761. John E Sharp, History and Bible Professor, Hesston, Kansas
  762. Patrick Shea, MA/MLIS candidate in History and Archival Management, Boston, Massachusetts
  763. Steven Shea, Milwaukee Area Technical College, Wisconsin
  764. Ronald John Sheehy, Editor, Race Inquiry, Florida
  765. Debra Shein, Past President, Pacific Northwest American Studies Assoc., Portland, Oregon
  766. Christopher W. Shelley, Portland Community College, Portland, Oregon
  767. Laura Shelton, Historian, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA
  768. Margie Shepherd, Civics and Economics teacher, retired, Albemarle County, Virginia
  769. Jeanette E. Sherbondy, Anthropologist & Ethnohistorian, Chestertown, Maryland
  770. David Shipley, Assoc. Professor, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama
  771. Tim Shousha, Metropolitan community college, Omaha, Nebraska
  772. Dr. James Showalter, History Teacher, Langston University, Langston, Oklahoma
  773. Adam Shprintzen, Assistant Professor of History, Marywood University, Scranton, PA
  774. Elizabeth Shultz, Historic Preservation, Harrisburg, PA
  775. Lewis Siegelbaum, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
  776. Nina Silber, Professor of History and American Studies, Boston, Massachusetts
  777. Joe Malachi Silberstein, History Teacher (23 years), Philadelphia, PA
  778. Christopher Sinatra, History MA, SUNY Oswego, Syracuse, New York
  779. Alan Singer, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
  780. Shanti Singham, Professor of History and Africana Studies, Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts
  781. Manisha Sinha, Draper Chair in American History, Sturbridge, Massachusetts
  782. George Skau, History Professor, Ridgewood, New Jersey
  783. Bob Skiles, Archaeologist/Historian, Austin, Texas
  784. Corrie Slawson, Artist/Former Museum researcher, Cleveland, Ohio
  785. John J. Sloan, III, Professor (Retired)/Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Orange Beach, AL
  786. David Slucki, Assistant Professor in Jewish Studies, College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
  787. Paul Smachetti, Public School Teacher -Taconic High School, Dalton, Massachusetts
  788. Judith E. Smith, American Studies University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA
  789. Sharon L. Smith, Interpretive Writer, Portland, Oregon
  790. W. Wayne Smith, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Maryland
  791. M.J. Smith, Professor of History, Florida, 
  792. Craig W. Smith, Retired Academic Librarian, Springfield, Missouri 
  793. Travis Smith, History Professor, Yuba College, Marysville, California
  794. Richard J Smith, Professor of History, Rice University, Houston, Texas
  795. Christopher Smith, Historian, Eugene, Oregon
  796. Ray Smock, Public Historian, Robert C. Byrd Center, Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, West Virginia
  797. Theron P. Snell, Ph.D., retired., Degrees in U.S. History and American Studies, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  798. Robert W. Snyder, Professor of American Studies and Journalism, Rutgers University-Newark, Newark, NJ
  799. Howard M. Solomon, Professor of History Emeritus, Tufts University, Bowdoinham, Maine
  800. Susan Mitchell Sommers, Professor of History, Latrobe, Pennsylvania
  801. M. Scott Sosebee, Associate Professor, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX
  802. Jaime Sotomayor Pabon, Amateur Historian for over 70 years, Manati, Puerto Rico U.S.A, Territory of The United States of America
  803. Paul Spagnoli, History Department (emeritus), Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA
  804. Andy Sparks, Teacher, Renton, Washington
  805. Paul Spickard, Professor of History, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA
  806. Amy Gilman Srebnick, Professor Emerita, Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey
  807. Ashley St. Sauver, Graduate Student, St. Paul, MN
  808. Matthew Stanley, Assistant Professor of History, Albany State University , Albany, Georgia
  809. Stephen Stearns, AP US History Teacher, Riverside, California
  810. Richard Steigmann-Gall, Associate Professor of History, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
  811. Peter J. Stein, Professor Emeritus, William Paterson University, Wayne, , New Jersey
  812. Allen Steinberg, Emeritus Professor, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
  813. Brenda Steinbrechet, Retired Educator, Delaware, Ohio
  814. John H Steinmeyer, Undergraduate Student, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
  815. Michele McArdle Stephens, Assistant Professor of History, Director-Latin American Studies, West Virginia Univ., Morgantown, WV
  816. Randall J. Stephens, Reader and Associate Professor in History and American Studies at Northumbria University Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom, 
  817. Russell Stevenson, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
  818. David E. Stewart, B.A. Political Science, MA Urban Planning, The University of Akron (OH)., Tucson, Arizona
  819. James Brewer Stewart, Historians Against Slavery/Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota
  820. Bethany Stöllar, Tennessee State University, Nashville, Tennessee
  821. Joseph F. Stoltz III, Digital Historian, Alexandria, VA
  822. Heather Stone, Historian, Salt Lake City, UT
  823. Margaret Storey, Professor, Department of History, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois
  824. Landon R. Y. Storrs, Professor of History, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
  825. Christopher Stout, Michigan, 
  826. Cora Stout, Social Studies Teacher, St. Louis, Missouri
  827. Donald H. Strasser, History Professor Emeritus - MN State U., Mankato, Mankato, Minnesota
  828. Susan Strasser, Richards Professor Emerita of American History, university of Delaware, Takoma Park, MD
  829. Edward M. Strauss, Independent scholar/translator, New York, NY
  830. Sandy Sufian, Associate Professor, Chicago, IL
  831. Charles Robert Sullivan, Chair, Department of History, Farmers Branch, Texas
  832. Joseph P Sullivan, Librarian, M.A. political science, Amarillo, , Texas
  833. Dr. Libi Sundermann, University Lecturer, Olympia, Washington
  834. Michael Sutton, History Adjunct Faculty, Edon, Ohio
  835. Rev. James L. Swarts, Lecturer in History, SUNY Geneseo, Geneseo, NY
  836. Jennifer Tammi, Ethical Culture Fieldston School (History Teacher), Brooklyn, New York
  837. Melanie Tanielian, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
  838. Heather J. Tanner, Associate Professor, The Ohio State University, Mansfield, OH
  839. Jordan Taylor, Graduate Student, Bloomington, IN
  840. Don Taylor, City of Tombstone Historian, Tombstone, Arizona
  841. Jane Teague-Urbach, M.A. Anthropology, U.C. San Diego, Attleboro, MA
  842. Pamela Temple, History Graduate Student, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX
  843. Philip Terrie, Bowling Green State University, Ithaca, NY
  844. Dr. A. O. Terry, University Administrator (Retired), Durham, North Carolina
  845. Lynn M. Thomas, Department of History, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  846. Carol G. Thomas, Emeritus Professor Greek History, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
  847. Robert C. Thomas, History Tutor, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, California
  848. Samantha Thompson, New Jersey, 
  849. Susan J. Thompson, Retired Teacher/Administrator, Boston, MA
  850. Coll Thrush, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
  851. Phillip Thurtle, History, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  852. Kimba Tichenor, Independent Scholar/Translator, Tucson, Arizona
  853. Jeffrey Tidwell, History Professor, Chaffey College, Orange, California
  854. Kathryn Tomasek, Associate Professor of History, Norton, Massachusetts
  855. Melanie Toth, History Masters/PhD student, Eugene, Oregon
  856. Barry Trachtenberg, Historian - Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
  857. Susan J. Tracy, Professor Emeritus of History and American Studies, Amherst, Massachusetts
  858. Nhung Tuyet Tran, History Professor, Toronto (U.S. Citizen working abroad), Kansas
  859. William Trollinger, Professor of History, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH
  860. Dale Tuller, Adjunct Faculty, University of Connecticut, CT
  861. Jinny Turman, Assistant Professor of History, University of Nebraska at Kearney, Nebraska
  862. Belle Tuten, Professor, Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA
  863. Minoa Uffelman, Professor, Clarksville, Tennessee
  864. Sharon Ullman, Professor, American History, Bryn Mawr College, Philadelphia, PA
  865. Nick Underwood, History Ph.D., Napa, CA, 
  866. Mildred H. Van Bergen, Ph.D. Candidate Union Institute & University, East Yaphank, New York
  867. Kirk Van Noord, North Illinois University, Chicago, IL, 
  868. Bruce Van Orden, Retired History Professor, Springville, Utah
  869. Lynn Vance, M.A., University of Colorado - Boulder, Colorado, 
  870. David G. Vanderstel, Ph.D., Independent Historian and Consultant, Bloomington, Indiana
  871. Joseph Varga, Associate Professor of Labor Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
  872. Emily E Vasas, Villanova University, Pottstown, Pennsylvania
  873. Brahms P. Verma, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
  874. Chris Vials, Associate Professor, Willimantic, CT
  875. Marco Viniegra, Historian, Tacoma, Washington
  876. Stephen Vlastos, Professor of History, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
  877. Jeanne Vloyanetes, Historian, Point Pleasant, NJ
  878. Steven Volk, Professor of History Emeritus, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH
  879. Michael Wade, Professor of History, Appalachian State University, North Carolina
  880. Ginger Wadworth, Nonfiction author of books for young readers, Orinda, California
  881. Mary Ellen Waithe, Ph.D., Professor Emerita Historian of Philosophy, Cleveland State University, Hyattsville, MD
  882. Alan Wald, University of Michigan, H. Chandler Davis Collegiate Professor of American Culture (Emeritus), Ann Arbor, Michigan
  883. Ivan Waldo, CUNY-Graduate Center, New York, New York
  884. Monica Walker, High School Teacher, Staten Island, New York
  885. Jacqueline B. Walker, Ph.D., Prof. Emerita of History, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
  886. Melissa Walker, Historian, Converse College, Spartanburg, South Carolina
  887. Katy Walker, Ph.D., History, New York University, Brooklyn, New York
  888. Andrew Walker, Ph.D., Classics, Barrinton, RI
  889. Christine Walker, Assistant Professor, Yale-NUS College, Singapore
  890. JoAnna Wall, UCLA and California State University, Dominguez Hills, Los Angeles, California
  891. Alan Wallach, Professor of Art History Emeritus, The College of William and Mary, Washington, District of Columbia
  892. Mark Waller, Historian /Art dealer, Nyack, New York
  893. Eileen V. Wallis, Professor, Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA
  894. Joseph Walwik, Parkland College, Champaign, Illinois
  895. Josi Ward, Ph.D. Candidate, Cornell University, NY
  896. Stephen P Waring, Professor of History, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Hunstville, Alabama
  897. Janet Watson, Historian, Storrs, Connecticut 
  898. Kitty Wattam, Retired Teacher, Delmont, PA
  899. Billy Wayson, PhD, Independent Historian, Charlottesville, Virginia
  900. Diane E. Weaver, Historian and Independent Contractor, Hagerstown, Maryland
  901. Andrew Wegmann, Assistant Professor of History, Delta State University, Cleveland, Mississippi
  902. Willadee Wehmeyer, Professor Emeritus, MidAmerica Nazarene University, Greenwood, MO
  903. Rachel Weil, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  904. Ronald Weisberger, Adjunct Professor of History, Fall River, Massachusetts
  905. Marsha Weisiger, Associate Professor, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
  906. Shayna Weiss, Washington, DC, 
  907. Leo Welch, Professor Emeritus Southwestern Illinois College, O'Fallon, Illinois
  908. Stephen P. Weldon, Associate Professor, History of Science, Norman, Oklahoma
  909. Prof. Dr. Hermann Wellenreuther, University of Göttingen, History Department, Göttingen, Germany
  910. Spencer Wells, Ph.D. Candidate, Williamsburg, Virginia
  911. Kelly Wenig, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
  912. Arthur Frank Wertheim, American Popular Culture & Media History, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
  913. Kurt J. Werthmuller, Associate Professor of History, VA, 
  914. Benjamin J. Wetzel, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana
  915. Timothy J. Whalen, Retired Social Studies teacher, South Side High School, Rockville Centre, NY, Columbia, Maryland, 
  916. Douglas Lanphier Wheeler, Professor of History Emeritus, Univ. of New Hampshire, Durham NH, 
  917. W.B. Whisenhunt, Professor, Sycamore, Illinois
  918. E. Frances White, Emerita, Newark, DE
  919. Stephen Whitfield, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts
  920. Brian Whitney, History Editor, graduate applicant, Brigham City, UT
  921. Greg Wiberg, Independent historian, Berkeley, California
  922. Dwain Wilder, Librarian, Frack Free Genesee Library, Rochester, NY
  923. Gavin Wilk, Historian, Huntington, New York
  924. William Maxwell, Professor of English and African American Studies, Wash. U. in St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri
  925. Kenneth D. Williams, Western PA Conservancy-Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater, Connellsville, PA
  926. Jocelyn Wills, Professor, Brooklyn College, CUNY, Brooklyn, New York
  927. Clare Wilson, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY
  928. Karen S. Wilson, UCLA Department of History, Los Angeles, CA
  929. Derek Wilson, Social Studies Teacher, Minnesota, 
  930. Christian T. Collins Winn, Historical Theologian, Bethel University, MN
  931. Barbara Winslow, Professor Brooklyn College/CUNY, Brooklyn, New York
  932. Daniel Wishnoff, Suffolk County Community College, SUNY, Brentwood, NY
  933. Mark Wishon, Lecturer, San Diego, California
  934. Kenneth Witherspoon, Playwright, Historian, Georgetown, Texas
  935. Lawrence  Wittner, Professor of History emeritus, SUNY/Albany, Albany, New York
  936. Lynn Wolf, Retired Teacher, Saugus, California
  937. Audra J. Wolfe, Editor, Writer, Historian, Philadelphia, PA
  938. Adam Wolkoff, Historian and Attorney, Buffalo, New York
  939. Wendy Wolverton, Teacher, Matawan, New Jersey
  940. Brad Wright, Middle Tennessee St. University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
  941. Donald Yacovone, Associate, Hutchins Center for African & African American Research, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  942. Maggie Yancey, Ph.D. Candidate in History, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee
  943. Paul Yandle, Assistant Professor, North Greenville University, South Carolina
  944. Diane Christine Yarborough, Educator / Writer, Springfield, Massachusetts
  945. James Young, Professor of History emeritus, Edinboro University, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
  946. Sarah Zarrow, Research Fellow, Brooklyn, NY
  947. John S. Zawacki, Emeritus, Boston University, Wellfleet, MA
  948. William Zinn, Educator, California, 
  949. Paul ZumFelde, Associate Professor, Emeritus, The Ohio State University, Wauseon, Ohio
  950. Michelle Zupan, Museum Curator, Augusta, Georgia
  951. Tamara Zwick, Professor of History, Washington, District of Columbia
  952. Michael Zwolanek, Professor of History, Watertown, WI

First published July 11, 2016 by Historians Against Trump Organizing Committee (Brian Dolber, Amy Harth, Caroline Luce and David Schlitt). The list of signatories is current as of November 6, 2016.