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educator , historian

Jennifer Lee Weber, American historian, educator. Recipient Hay-Nicolay prize, Abraham Lincoln Institute, 2005.

Background

Weber, Jennifer Lee was born on August 24, 1962 in California, United States. Daughter of Emerson Allen and Henrietta E. Weber.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University, New Jersey, 2003.

Career

Reporter Times-Advisory, Escondido, California, 1988—1992. Legislative aide, chief consultant to women's caucus Assemblywoman Dede Alpert, California State Legislaure, Sacramento, 1993—1995. Press secretary State Senator Lucy Killea, San Diego, 1992—1993.

Copy editor, celebrity gossip columnist Sacramento Bee, 1995—1998. Lecturer Princeton University, 2003—2005. Assistant professor University Kansas, Lawrence, 2005—2010, associate professor, since 2010.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (book) Copperheads: The Rise and Fall of Lincoln's Opponents in the North, Ameicas Bloodiest Days, 2010.

Connections

father:
Emerson Allen

mother:
Henrietta E. Weber