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David McCullough

McCulloughFebruary 1994

David McCullough is the author of six widely-acclaimed works of history and biography. For his biography of Harry S. Truman, he was awarded a Guggenheim fellowship, a 1993 Pulitzer Prize, and the Parkman Prize. Other books written by McCullough include The Johnstown Flood, The Great Bridge (about the building of the Brooklyn Bridge), The Path Between the Seas (about the building of the Panama Canal), Morning on Horseback (the early life of Theodore Roosevelt), and Brave Companions. Mr. McCullough is president of the Society of American Historians, has taught at Cornell University and the Wesleyan Writers' Conference, and is known to television viewers as the host of the PBS award-winning series, "The American Experience" and as the narrator of documentaries such as the Civil War and LBJ.

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