Robert Salisbury, Visiting Assistant Professor

Ph.D. (History) University of Minnesota
M.A. (History) Syracuse University
B.A. (Political Science), Middlebury College

Gilded Age America

Courses taught:

American Survey, American Immigration,
American Biography,
Presidential Scandals,
American West,
Progressive Era America,
American Colonial History,
Gilded Age America,
History of Canada,
Western Civilization

Significant Publications:
William Windom: Apostle of Positive Government. University Press of America, 1993.

Recent Article:
"'Natural Rights' versus 'Home and Hearth': The 1886-1887 Senate Debate and Vote on the Federal Woman Suffrage Amendment, "The Midwest Review, XV, (1993) pp. 2-29.

Honors, Awards:
Rotary Club International Fellowship, University of Uppsala, Sweden;
Fulbright Junior Lectureship, University of Orleans, France;
1987 Robinson Award, Most Outstanding Article in Volume 17 of South Dakota History.