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Carmine Prioli is is an English professor and the director of graduate programs in the English Department at North Carolina State. His publications include The Poems of General George S. More >>

JIM QUINN is an adjunct professor of composition at the University of Akron, and was writer-in-residence at the National Inventors Hall of Fame for many year. More >>

R.Chiles, James is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>

John Radzilowski is a doctoral candidate in history at Arizona State University. More >>

Jim Rearden, a forty-seven-year resident of Alaska, is the author of fourteen books and more than five hundred magazine articles, mostly about Alaska. More >>

Leonard S. Reich is a professor of administrative science and science-technology studies at Colby College, in Waterville, Maine. More >>

LESTER A. REINGOLD, a freelance writer in the Washington, D.C., area, served as lead editor in the investigation of the shuttle Columbia accident. More >>

Richard Reinhardt is a frequent contributor to American Heritage . He lives in San Francisco. More >>

Richard Rhodes is the author of Ultimate Powers: A History of the Bomb , to be published this fall by Simon & Schuster. More >>

Robert W. Righter, an associate professor of history at the University of Texas, El Paso, is writing a history of wind energy in America. More >>

Dr. Malvin E. Ring is a dentist in Rochester, New York. More >>

Frances C. Robb is an independent scholar in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. More >>

Alexander Roca is the author of Crusader: The Story of the Shelton Flying Wing (Rare Birds Publishing, Berlin, Mass.). More >>

JAMES T. ROGERS was a longtime member of the board of editors of Scientific American and writes often on technological subjects. More >>

Alexander Rose, a military historian, is author of American Rifle: A Biography (Bantam Dell, 2008) and Washington’s Spies: The Story of America’s First Spy Ring (Bantam Dell, 2006). More >>

Nathan Rosenberg is the Fairleigh S. Dickinson, Jr., Professor of Public Policy (Emeritus) in the Department of Economics at Stanford, where he has taught since 1974. More >>

Ross, John F. is member for American Heritage site since 2012. More >>

Walker Rumble runs Oat City Press, a small press in East Providence, Rhode Island, which publishes limited-edition chapbooks and broadsides as well as Paragraph , a journal of short pro More >>

John M. Staudenmaier, S.J., is a professor of the history of technology at the University of Detroit Mercy. More >>

S. L. SANGER is a former newspaper reporter and the author of Working on the Bomb: An Oral History of World War II Hanford (Portland State University Press, 1995). More >>

Richard Sassaman is a freelance writer in Bar Harbor, Maine. More >>

Michael Brian Schiffer is a professor of anthropology at the University of Arizona. More >>

Schwarz, Frederic D. is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>

Aurelia C. Scott lives in Portland, Maine with her husband Bob Krug, two three bypass pruners, and a Cape Cod weeder. She gardens within sight of water, seagulls, and the occasional heron. More >>

Michael G. H. Scott is the author of Packard: The Complete Story (TAB Books, 1985). More >>

Tony Seideman is a freelance writer who lives in New York City More >>

Vanda Sendzimir wrote “My Father the Inventor,” about the steel innovator Tad Sendzimir, in our Fall 1995 issue. More >>

JANET YAGODA SHAGAM is a microbiologist and science writer who lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico. More >>

ARTHUR G. SHARP is a former U.S. Marine and a freelance writer who lives in Rocky Hills, Connecticut. More >>

Steven L. Shepherd, a freelance writer, lives in San Diego. More >>

Don Sherman has been writing about automotive technology for more than twenty years. More >>

Donald G. Shomette is a maritime historian as well as an underwater archeologist and lives in Dunkirk, Maryland. More >>

David B. Sicilia is an Associate Professor, Department of History; and Henry Kaufman Fellow, Center for Financial Policy, Robert H. Smith School of Business. More >>

ROBERT J. SIMCOE worked for 37 years designing semiconductor devices for the computer and network industries. More >>

Edward N. Singer, formerly an engineer in the Bureau of Fire Communications of the New York City Fire Department, was the author of 20th Century Revolutions in Technology (Nova Science Publishers, 1998). More >>

Joseph W. Slade, chairman of the Department of Media Arts at Long Island University’s Brooklyn campus, wrote about Hiram Maxim and the machine gun in our Fall 1986 issue. More >>

Terri Peterson Smith is a science writer in Minneapolis. More >>

Scott S. Smith is a freelance writer in West Hollywood, California. More >>

MONICA M. SMITH is a historian and exhibit specialist at the Smithsonian Institution’s Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation. More >>

Fredric Smoler is a professor of literature at Sarah Lawrence College. More >>

Richard F. Snow worked 37 years at American Heritage Magazine, serving as Editor-in-Chief for seventeen of them. More >>

ROCKEY SPICER, a retired public relations manager, is currently editor of Hot Line to the Deaf-Blind , a weekly Braille newspaper, and a contributor to the Am More >>

Autumn Stanley is a freelance scholar in Portola Valley, California. She frequently writes on women and technology, as well as on food and wine. More >>

Darwin H. Stapleton is the director of the Rockefeller Archive Center in Sleepy Hollow, New York. More >>

MELISSA STEWART is a freelance writerin Marlborough, Massachusetts. More >>

Terry Stocker is a research associate, in anthropology at the University of West Florida. More >>

Herbert B. Stockinger, a native of Atlantic City, lives in Los Angeles and writes on amusement parks, theaters, circuses, and music boxes, among other things. More >>

Matthew J. Stoff is a recent graduate of Dartmouth College. More >>

John F. Stover is the author of many books about transportation, including History of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (Purdue University Press, 1987). More >>

James E. More >>
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