Alderson, William T. (William Thomas), 1926-

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* Alderson, William T. 1949. The freedmen's bureau in Virginia. Thesis (M.A. in History)--Vanderbilt University, 1949.
* Alderson, William T. 1949. The freedmen's bureau in Virginia. Thesis (M.A. in History)--Vanderbilt University, 1949.
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* Alderson, William T. 1952. "The Freedmen's Bureau and Negro education in Virginia". North Carolina Historical Review. 29 (1).
* Alderson, William T. 1952. The influence of military rule and the Freedmen's Bureau on Reconstruction in Virginia, 1865-1870.
* Alderson, William T. 1952. The influence of military rule and the Freedmen's Bureau on Reconstruction in Virginia, 1865-1870.
* Alderson, William T., and Hulan Glyn Thomas. 1963. Historic sites in Tennessee. Nashville: Tennessee Historical Commission.
* Alderson, William T., and Hulan Glyn Thomas. 1963. Historic sites in Tennessee. Nashville: Tennessee Historical Commission.
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* McDonough, James L., and William T. Alderson. 1967. "Republican politics and the impeachment of Andrew Johnson". Tennessee Historical Quarterly.  
* McDonough, James L., and William T. Alderson. 1967. "Republican politics and the impeachment of Andrew Johnson". Tennessee Historical Quarterly.  
* Alderson, William T. 1969. Marking and correcting copy for your printer. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.
* Alderson, William T. 1969. Marking and correcting copy for your printer. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.
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* Alderson, William T. 1970. Historical publications.
* Alderson, William T. 1971. Tennessee lives; the Volunteer State historical record. Hopkinsville, Ky: Historical Record Association.
* Alderson, William T. 1971. Tennessee lives; the Volunteer State historical record. Hopkinsville, Ky: Historical Record Association.
* Alderson, William T., Paula A. Hiles, and Donna McDonald. 1971. A manual on the printing of newsletters. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.  
* Alderson, William T., Paula A. Hiles, and Donna McDonald. 1971. A manual on the printing of newsletters. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.  
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* Alderson, William T. 1992. Mermaids, mummies, and mastodons: the emergence of the American museum: [exhibition]. Washington, D.C.: American Association of Museums.  
* Alderson, William T. 1992. Mermaids, mummies, and mastodons: the emergence of the American museum: [exhibition]. Washington, D.C.: American Association of Museums.  
* Alderson, William T., and Shirley Payne Low. 1995. Interpretation of historic sites. Walnut Creek, Calif. [u.a.]: AltaMira Press.  
* Alderson, William T., and Shirley Payne Low. 1995. Interpretation of historic sites. Walnut Creek, Calif. [u.a.]: AltaMira Press.  
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Revision as of 21:51, 20 February 2008

William Thomas Alderson

Contents

Early Life

Education

Employment

Professional Contributions

Bibliography -- Primary Works, A Chronology

  • Alderson, William T. 1949. The freedmen's bureau in Virginia. Thesis (M.A. in History)--Vanderbilt University, 1949.
  • Alderson, William T. 1952. "The Freedmen's Bureau and Negro education in Virginia". North Carolina Historical Review. 29 (1).
  • Alderson, William T. 1952. The influence of military rule and the Freedmen's Bureau on Reconstruction in Virginia, 1865-1870.
  • Alderson, William T., and Hulan Glyn Thomas. 1963. Historic sites in Tennessee. Nashville: Tennessee Historical Commission.
  • Alderson, William T., and Robert Martin McBride. 1965. Landmarks of Tennessee history. Nashville: Tennessee Historical Society.
  • Alderson, William T. 1966. Tennessee: a students' guide to localized history. New York: Teachers College Press.
  • McDonough, James L., and William T. Alderson. 1967. "Republican politics and the impeachment of Andrew Johnson". Tennessee Historical Quarterly.
  • Alderson, William T. 1969. Marking and correcting copy for your printer. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.
  • Alderson, William T. 1970. Historical publications.
  • Alderson, William T. 1971. Tennessee lives; the Volunteer State historical record. Hopkinsville, Ky: Historical Record Association.
  • Alderson, William T., Paula A. Hiles, and Donna McDonald. 1971. A manual on the printing of newsletters. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.
  • Alderson, William T. 1972. Securing grant support; effective planning and preparation. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.
  • Alderson, William T. 1975. Using consultants effectively. Nashville, Tenn: American Association for State and Local History.
  • Alderson, William T., and Shirley Payne Low. 1976. Interpretation of historic sites. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.
  • Alderson, William T. 1976. American issues: understanding who we are. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.
  • Alderson, William T., and Robert Hiram White. 1978. A guide to the study and reading of Tennessee history. Nashville: Tennessee Historical Commission.
  • Alderson, William T. 1992. Mermaids, mummies, and mastodons: the emergence of the American museum: [exhibition]. Washington, D.C.: American Association of Museums.
  • Alderson, William T., and Shirley Payne Low. 1995. Interpretation of historic sites. Walnut Creek, Calif. [u.a.]: AltaMira Press.



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