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William Howard Dusenberry

educator

William Howard Dusenberry, American educator. Served to major United States Army Air Force, 1942-1946.; Member American, Pennsylvania, Greene County history associations, Agricultural History Society, Conference on Latin-American History, Warriors Trail Association, Latin-American Studies Association, Sons of the American Revolution.

Background

Dusenberry, William Howard was born on June 6, 1908 in Carmichaels, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of William Smith and Edith Agnes (Miller) Dusenberry.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Waynesburg College, 1932, Doctor of Letters, 1975. A.M., University of Michigan, 1936, Doctor of Philosophy., 1941.

Career

Teacher, Carmichaels area public schools, 1932-1938. Instructor history Fresno State College, 1942. Instructor history University of California at Los Angeles, 1946-1948.

Associate professor of history U. Pittsburgh, 1948-1961. Professor of history, chairman history department Waynesburg College, 1962-1973, liaison officer between Waynesburg College and Regional Council International Education.

Works

  • Author: The Mexican Mesta: Administration of Ranching in Colonial Mexico, 1963. The Waynesburg College Story, 1849-1974, 1975.

Membership

Served to major United States Army Air Force, 1942-1946. Member American, Pennsylvania, Greene County history associations, Agricultural History Society, Conference on Latin-American History, Warriors Trail Association, Latin-American Studies Association, Sons of the American Revolution.

Connections

father:
William Smith Dusenberry

mother:
Edith Agnes (Miller) Dusenberry