Dalton McMahon 

 


 

Education
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Education: D.A. History, University of North Dakota 1986; M.A. History, University of South Dakota 1975; B.S. Ed, University of South Dakota 1967

Experience
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Professor, Mayville State University 1989-present; Assistant Professor of History, Marymount College of Kansas 1986-89; Instructor, University of North Dakota 1985-86; Instructor, Continuing Education, Grand Forks Air Force Base 1983-84; Teaching Assistant, History Department, University of North Dakota 1982-85; Junior High School teacher, Giessen Army Base, Germany, 1974-82; High School teacher, Subic Bay Naval Station, Philippines 1969-74; High School teacher, Newman Grove, Nebraska 1967-69;

Courses Taught
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U.S. History to 1877; U.S. History since 1877; Western Civilization to 1500; Western Civilization since 1500; Introduction to Sociology; Period History Courses: Nazi Germany and the Holocaust; Modern Russia; Vietnam War; U.S. Diplomatic History; Colonial and Revolutionary America; Modern Far East; 20th Century U.S.; Europe Since 1919.

Activities & Associations
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Southern Historical Association, member 1992-present; Phi Alpha Theta, member 1982-present

Publications
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"Richard Pettigrew's Opposition to Imperialism," The Midwest Review. Wayne, Nebraska: Wayne State College, Spring 1986. Lectures: "Richard Pettigrew and the Major Issues of the 1890s," Heritage Lecture Series, Sioux Falls, SD. June 1988 "Richard Pettigrew's Support of Free Silver," Northern Great Plains History Conference, Sioux Falls, SD. October 1987 "Richard Pettigrew's Opposition to Imperialism," Dakota History Conference, Madison, SD. April 1984

Awards
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Outstanding Teacher Mayville State University 1996; I.A. O'shaughnessy Distinguished Professor of the Humanities 1988-89; University of North Dakota outstanding graduate Historian 1985; Phi Alpha Theta National History Honorary 1982