Lewis Stillwell papers
The papers of Lewis Stillwell contain essays, lectures, lecture notes, and other teaching materials related to his career as professor of history at Dartmouth College, in particular his most popular course, History 25 which became known as "Battle -A-Day" because it covered the strategy and events of the United States' most important battles. Radio scripts, correspondence, bibliographies, maps, genealogical materials, manuscripts, including the manuscript for his book “Migration from Vermont, 1776-1860,” reports, photographs and a scrapbook, as well as some personal material are also included.
- Stilwell, Lewis Dayton, 1891-1963 (Person)
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Lewis Stilwell (1891-1963), professor of history at Dartmouth College. The collection contains teaching materials, manuscripts, radio script, correspondence, printed material, photographs, maps, reports and a scrapbook, The material documents his teaching career at Dartmouth and his "Battle Night" radio series.
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