Detailed Information for Everett Kindig

Dr. Everett W. Kindig 
History
 » Professor
Office Location
O'Donohoe Hall 215 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-4148
Fax: (940) 397-4899
 
 

Contact Information

everett.kindig@mwsu.edu

My Websites

http://faculty.mwsu.edu/history/everett.kindig

Interests

 

U.S., especially in the Colonial, National, and Civil War Periods (1600s-1865).  Particular area of specialization is the Jacksonian period (1815-1840), and more recently, 19th and early 20th century Texas history. 


Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Fall 2013 5093  101  The Jacksonian Era     Prothro-Yeager Hall 202
Details Fall 2013 4093  101  The Jacksonian Era     Prothro-Yeager Hall 202
Details Fall 2013 1233  104  History After 1865     Prothro-Yeager Hall 103
Details Fall 2013 1133  102  History to 1865    Prothro-Yeager Hall 103
Details Fall 2013 1133  104  History to 1865     Prothro-Yeager Hall 103
Details Spring 2013 Hist. 4053  201  Civil War and Reconstruction    Prothro-Yeager Hall OD202
Details Spring 2013 1233  2H1  United States History since 1865 - Honors    Moffett Library 212

MWF 11 AM to 11:50AM 

Details Spring 2013 1233  204  United States History since 1865    Prothro-Yeager Hall 103

TR 9:30 AM to 10:50 AM
 

Details Fall 2012 5033  101  American Beginnings: Discovery to Revolution    Prothro-Yeager Hall 202

MWF 11 AM to 11:50 AM

Details Fall 2012 3033  101  American Beginnings: Discovery to Revolution    Prothro-Yeager Hall 202

MWF 11 AM to 11:50 AM

Details Fall 2012 1133  103  Survey American History to 1865    Prothro-Yeager Hall 103

TR 9:30 AM - 10:50 AM

Details Fall 2012 1133  104  Survey American History to 1865    Prothro-Yeager Hall 103

TR 11:00 AM - 12:20 AM

Details Fall 2012 1133  1H1  Survey American History to 1865 Honors    Prothro-Yeager Hall 201

MWF 10:00 AM to 10:50 AM

Details Spring 2012 6003  270  United States Military History    Prothro-Yeager Hall 231
Details Spring 2012 1133  203  Survey American History to 1865    D.L. Ligon Coliseum 223

MWF 9; MWF10;TR9:30; TR11       All classes are in Prothro-Yeager 103 except 1133.105, which meets in Bolin Hall, 127

Details Fall 2011 5083  101  Age of Washington and Jefferson    Prothro-Yeager Hall 202

MWF 11 AM to 11:50 AM

Details Fall 2011 4083  101  Age of Washington and Jefferson    Prothro-Yeager Hall 202

MWF 11 AM to 11:50 AM

Details Fall 2011 1233  104  United States History since 1865    Prothro-Yeager Hall 103

TR 11:00 AM to 12:20 AM
 

Details Fall 2011 1133H  1H1  United States History to 1865 - Honors    Prothro-Yeager Hall 203

MMF 10 AM - 10:50 AM

Details Summer I 2011 1233  301  US History Since 1865    Prothro-Yeager Hall 103

MTWR 10:10 AM to 12:10 PM

Details Summer I 2011 1133  301  US History to 1865    Prothro-Yeager Hall 103

MTWR 8 AM to 10 AM

Details Spring 2011 4093 and 5093 (Graduate)  201 (both)  The Jacksonian Era    Prothro-Yeager Hall OD 202

MWF 10 AM

Details Spring 2011 1233  204 and 2H1 (honors)  Survey of U.S. History since 1865    Prothro-Yeager Hall 103 (Sec.204) & 205 (2H1)

Section 204:  TR 11 AM

 

Section 2H1:  MWF 11 AM

Details Fall 2010 1133  101 102; 104; 105  Survey American History to 1865    Prothro-Yeager Hall 103

MWF 9; MWF10;TR9:30; TR11       All classes are in Prothro-Yeager 103 except 1133.105, which meets in Bolin Hall, 127




Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
Stanford University Ph.D., History Jan 23 1975 12:00AM 
Stanford University B.A., Political Science Jun 5 1958 12:00AM 
Stanford University M.A., Political Science Jun 5 1963 12:00AM 



Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
 Midwestern State University  Professor of History  1971-08-16  



Research and Publications

 

Major research interests at this time:   Biography of two Texoma pioneers of the 19th Century, Allen and Susan Parmer; Politics in the Ohio Valley, 1820s-1840s (the Jacksonian era);American politics, 1820s-30s. 

 

 The Better Part of a Century: A History of Midwestern State University, 1922-1997 (Wichita Falls: The Midwestern State University Press, 2001).

 "Kin to Outlaws: Allen and Susan James Parmer," in Tales of Texoma, Michael Collins, ed. (Wichita Falls, Texas: the Midwestern State University Press, 2005).

 "Benedict Arnold: The Hero as Traitor," in History in Dispute: The American Revolution, Keith Krawczynski, ed. (New York: Gale Publishing Co., 2003).

 "Carey Act (1894)," in The History of U.S. Economic Policy: An ENcyclopedia, Cynthis Northrup, ed. (New York: ABC-CLIO, 2003).."George Washington: Successful Strategist," in History in Dispute: The American Revolution, Keith Krawczynski, ed. (New York: Gale Publishing Co., 2003).

 "Henry George," in The History of U.S. Economic Policy; An Encyclopedia, Cynthia Northrup, ed. (New York: ABC-CLIO, 2003).

 History of the Sikes Mansion, co-author.  (Pamphlet).  Wichita Falls, Texas, Midwestern State University Press, 2001.

"Midwestern State University," in The New Handbook of Texas (Texas State Historical Association: Austin, Texas, 1996).

 Dr. Louis J. Rodriguez and Dr. EverettW. Kindig, "David v. Goliath? The Role of Midwestern State University in the Creation of the Texas Higher Education Assistance Fund," Red River Valley Historical Journal in IV (Winter, 2006).

 "Wichita Falls Builds a College, 1921-1924," Faculty Papers of Midwestern State University, Series 3, Vol. XIII, 1995-97/

 "A STrong Foundation: Lee Clark," Wichita Heritage Magazine (Spring, 1993), 14-19.

 "Journalist Hooper Warren Survives the Illinois Frontier," Illinois Historical Journal, LIX (Autumn, 1986).

And Books reviews in: The Historian, Red River Valley Historical Journal, Ohio History, The Journal of American History, The Journal of the Early Republic, and others.