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environmental historian , consultant

Dale Alexander Stirling, American environmental historian, consultant. Literary Artists Guild of Alaska grantee, 1982, Alaska History Commission grantee, 1983-1985.

Background

Stirling, Dale Alexander was born on October 5, 1956 in Vandenburg Air Force Base, California, United States. Son of Alexander James and Marilyn Ann (Garrett) Stirling.

Education

Bachelor in History, University Alaska, Anchorage, 1980. Master of Arts in History, Alaska Pacific University, 1984.

Career

Environmental historian, Alaska Department Natural Resources, Anchorage, 1980-1986; records manager, Seattle Department Construction and Land Use, 1987; environmental historian, Hart Crowser, Inc., Seattle, 1987-1989; environmental historian, Landau Associations, Inc., Edmonds, Washington, since 1989.

Membership

Member advisory board Master of Arts program Alaska Pacific University, Anchorage, 1984-1986. Board directors Friends of the Anchorage Library., 1984-1985, Friends of the University Washington Libraries, 1990-1992. Member American Society Environmental History, Association Groundwater Sciences and Engineers, Association for Bibliograhy of History, National Council on Public History, Society of America Archivists, Pacific Northwest Historians Guild, American Association for State and Local History (Alaska state chair 1985-1986), Northwest Oral History Association (Alaska delegate 1984-1986), Phi Alpha Theta.

Connections

Married Stephanie Kay Fox, January 17, 1981.

father:
Alexander James Stirling

mother:
Marilyn Ann (Garrett) Stirling

spouse:
Stephanie Kay Fox