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History educator

William David Liddle, American history educator. Woodrow Wilson fellow, 1959; Southwest Texas State University Presidential scholar, 1981.

Background

Liddle, William David was born on August 31, 1937 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. Son of George Junior and Roxie Pearl (Rawls) Liddle.

Education

Associate of Arts, Martin College, Pulaski, Tennessee, 1957. Bachelor, George Peabody College, 1959. Master of Arts, Claremont Graduate School, 1961.

Doctor of Philosophy, Claremont Graduate School, 1970.

Career

Instructor history Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, 1962-1969, assistant professor, 1969-1977, associate professor, since 1977. Visiting assistant professor University Tennessee, Knoxville, 1974.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor to Dictionary of Literature Biography, Volunteer 17, 1983.

Membership

Precinct chairman Hays County Democratic Party, San Marcos, 1974-1988, county chairman, since 1988. Member American Association of University Professors (president chapter 1984-1986), Organization American Historians, Society Historians of Early Republic, Southern History Association, American Society for 18th Century Studies, Texas Faculty Association, Associates of Institute Early American History and Culture.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Camping, fishing, classical music, reading.

Connections

Married Lois Ann Barton, September 7, 1958. Children: Melanie Ann, Stephanie Lynn Liddle Burnett.

father:
George Liddle Junior

mother:
Roxie Pearl (Rawls) Liddle

spouse:
Lois Ann Barton

children:
Melanie Ann Liddle

Stephanie Lynn Liddle Burnett Liddle