Donald Fred Tingley
Pen Name: Donald Fred Tingley. Donald F. Tingley
Genres: Non-Fiction, History
Born: 1922 in Marshall, Illinois
Deceased: 2004 in Urbana, Illinois
Tingley was born in Marshall, Illinois. He lived in several Illinois communities including: Savoy, Charleston and Springfield, Illinois. He died in Urbana, Illinois.
Tingley was also a descendant of the first European settlers of Clark County Illinois.
Biographical and Professional Information
Donald F. Tingley was a veteran of World War II. He went on to earn his Ph.D. in history at the University of Illinois. Before going to Eastern Illinois University, where he served as Professor of History for thirty-one years, he was employed by the Illinois State Historical Library and a Past President of the Illinois State Historical Society.
Don was the author and/or editor of a number of scholarly publications. His edited works include: Essays in Illinois History in Honor of Glenn Huron Seymour and The Emerging University: A History of Eastern Illinois University, 1949-1974.
Social History of the United States, Gale Research Co., 1979
The Structuring of a State, Illinois 1899-1928 (Volume Five in the Sesquicentennial History of Illinois), University Of Illinois , 1980
Women and Feminism in American history: A Guide to Information Sources (Vol. 12 in the American Government and History Information Guide Series (Written with Elizabeth Tingley), Gale Research Co., 1981
Titles for Purchase and at Your Library
Social History of the United States: A Guide to Information Sources. Volume 3.
Release Date: 1979
The Structuring of a State: The History of Illinois, 1899-1928 (Sesquicentennial History)
Release Date: 1980-07-01
Women and Feminism in American history: A guide to information sources (Vol. 12 in the American Government and History information guide series)
Release Date: 1981
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