Thomas Lindsay Baker, history professor, museum director, consultant. Named Distinguished Alumnus, Department History, Texas Technology University, 2001; recipient Father Leopold Moczygemba award, Polish-American Priests Association, 1990, certified of Commendation, American Association State and Local History, 1993, Glenda Morgan award, Texas History Commission, 1999, Book award, Coast Guard History Foundation, 2002.
Program manager history of engineering program Texas Technology University, Lubbock, 1970—1975, 1977—1979. Fulbright lecturer Technology University of Wroclaw, Poland, 1975—1977. Curator agriculture and technical Panhandle-Plains History Museum, Canyon, Texas, 1978—1987.
Curator history Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, 1987—1989. Assistant professor museum studies Baylor University, Waco, 1989—1997. Director Texas Heritage Museum Hill College, Hillsboro, 1997—2002.
W.K. Gordon endowed chair Tarleton State University, Stephenville, since 2002. Consultant Texas Educational Development Laboratory, Austin, Texas, 1974—1975, Institute Texan Cultures, San Antonio, 1978—1979, Kansas State History Society, Topeka, 1986—1987. Council member International Molinological Society, Netherlands, 1993—2000, Texas Institute Letters, since 2009.
- A Field Guide to American Windmills
- Before the development of the first self-governing windmill, settlement of the upland areas of the American West was almost impossible.
- More Ghost Towns of Texas
- There is something romantic yet harshly concrete about an abandoned town.
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