Michael Ostrogorsky Edit Profile
Bachelor, Boise State College, 1973. Master of Arts, San Francisco State University, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, University Idaho, 1993.
Consultant, partner Idaho Archaeol. Consultant, Boise, 1976-1980. Instructor history University Alaska, Dillingham, 1985.
Historian National Park Service, Anchorage, 1986, Alaska Office History and Archaeology, Anchorage, 1987-1991. Senior historian INFOTEC Research, Inc., Fresno, California, since 1991. Media consultant, partner Planet Earth Productions.
Freelance consultant, 1981-1985.
Consultant Northwest Office, Sierra Club, Seattle, 1984, member executive committee Alaska chapter, 1987-1991, chairman, 1988-1990, secretary, 1991. Board directors Alaska Center for Environmental, Anchorage, 1989, Prince Williams Sound Fund, 1989-1992. Member Mining History Association (council 1990-1994), American History Association (Beveridge grantee 1982), Society for History Archaeology, Western History Association, National Trust for History Preservation, Phi Alpha Theta.