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William Frederick Sater, American history educator, writer. Fellow University California-U. Chile, 1965-1966, Organization American States, 1974-1975; recipient Barros Arana International Contest on Chilean History, Chilean History Association, 1984, Order de Bernardo O'Higgins, Republic of Chile, 2000.


Sater, William Frederick was born on November 17, 1937 in New York City.


Bachelor of Arts in History, Stanford University, 1959. Master of Arts, University of California at Los Angeles, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, University of California at Los Angeles, 1968.


Professor history California State University, Long Beach, 1967-1995. Consultant Rand Corporation, California, 1977-1990, Mellon Fellowship Foundation, 1982-1988, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1983, ABC Cilo, since 1985, Library. Congress, since 1988.

Book review editor The New World, 1984-1990. Guest lecturer Peace Corps, Los Angeles, 1967, University Chile, Santiago, 1968, University of California at Los Angeles, 1972, University Concepcion, Chile, 1975, Catholic University, Santiago, 1980, University Calgary, 1983, 87, 96, Western Canada Military Society, 1983, 96. Papers presented at American History Association, 1972, 76, Pacific Coast Conference Latin America History, 1972, National Association Private Schools, 1983, Conference on Independence of Mexico, University California, Irvine, 1987, Canada History Association, 1990, 94, Rocky Mountain Conference Latin America History, Society for Military History, Ontario, 1993, Graduate School Business, University Southern California, 1999-2001.



1st lieutenant United States Army, 1959-1960. Member Chilean Academy History (correspondent), Pacific Coast of Latin America Studies (board governors, Hubert Herring award), Conference on Latin America History (chairman committee teaching and teaching materials, chairman andean studies committee, acting chairman Rio de la Plata committee), American History Association, American Jewish Committee (vice president western region).


1 child, Rachel Mayen.

Rachel Mayen Sater