Dwight T. Pitcaithley
Dwight T. Pitcaithley is a College Professor of History at New Mexico State University. He retired from the National Park Service in 2005 as its Chief Historian, a position he held for ten years. He is a coeditor of The Antiquities Act: A Century of American Archaeology, Historic Preservation, and Nature Conservation (2006) and has contributed chapters to Becoming Historians (2009), Slavery and Public History: The Tough Stuff of American Memory (2006), Preserving Western History (2005), Public History and the Environment (2004), Myth, Memory, and the Making of the American Landscape (2001), and Seeing and Being Seen: Tourism in the American West (2001). A recipient of the OAH Distinguished Service Award, he also is an elected member of the American Antiquarian Society and a recipient of an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of North Carolina.
- More than Parks: The Centennial of the National Park Service
- Confronting the Causes of the Civil War in Public: The National Park Service and American Memory
- Mad Men and Spunky Boys: The Search for Constitutional Compromise on the Eve of the Civil War
- Does the National Park Service have a Future?
- Why Aren't We All Public Historians?
Civil War at 150 podcast conversation with Journal of American History executive editor Edward T. Linenthal
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