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Seventeenth-century America : essays in colonial history by James Morton Smith
The purpose of the past : reflections on the uses of history by Gordon S. Wood
Towards a new past : dissenting essays in American history by Barton J. Bernstein
Old Glory by Jonathan Raban
Halleck: Lincoln's Chief of Staff by Stephen E. Ambrose
The art of Loving by Erich Fromm
Team of rivals : the political genius of Abraham Lincoln by Doris Kearns Goodwin
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About meI retired from Bank of America in March, 2012, having most recently been a Credit Risk Executive supporting the various wealth management units of the company on the West Coast. I graduated from Hamilton College in 1967, worked as a writer/editor in the social sciences for two years, did graduate work in history at Washington University in St. Louis, earned an MA in History in 1972, and reached ABD status. I studied with John Murrin, JGA Pocock, and Rowland Berthoff, with a concentration in 16th-18th century (Colonial) North and South America, and the British Isles. However at that point, recognizing the trends in the humanities in the 1970s (and ever since), I switched to a career in banking and earned an MBA from Washington University. I spent thirty-eight years in banking, mainly in credit, risk management, and commercial and investment banking. As noted, I have just retired from this career and am thinking about my next steps, which may include a return to history in some fashion, as is evident from my library.
About my libraryConcentrates in American and World history with secondary emphases in economics, investments, and finance, and science.
LocationSt. Louis, Missouri
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Member sinceDec 28, 2010
Currently readingSt. Louis Rising: The French Regime of Louis St. Ange de Bellerive by Carl J. Ekberg
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