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«CURRICULUM VITAE PAUL ANDREW HUTTON BUSINESS ADDRESS: Department of History 1104 Mesa Vista Hall MSC06 3760 1 University of New Mexico Albuquerque, ...»

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BUSINESS ADDRESS: Department of History

1104 Mesa Vista Hall

MSC06 3760

1 University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM 87131-001

(505) 277-5234

(505) 277-5275 fax

hutton@unm.edu e-mail

DATE, PLACE OF BIRTH: October 23, 1949; Frankfurt, Germany

EDUCATION: Ph.D. Indiana University - 1981 M.A. Indiana University - 1974 B.A. Indiana University - 1972 FIELDS OF STUDY: U.S. history, frontier history, military history, popular culture


2006 Western Writers of America Spur Award for Best Documentary for Mountain Massacre (History Channel, 2005) 2005 Western Heritage Award, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, for “’It was but a small affair’: The Battle of the Alamo,” Wild West (February 2004), as the “Outstanding Magazine Article of 2004” 2002-2004 President, Western Writers of America 2004 Western Writers of America Spur Award for Best Documentary for Carson and Cody: The Hunter Heroes (History Channel, 2003) 2004 Western Writers of America Stirrup Award for “Western Writing and Western Writers,” Roundup Magazine (June 2003) 2003 Western Heritage Award, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Daniel Boone and the Westward Movement (National Park Service, 2002) as the “Best Documentary of 2002” 2002 Western Writers of America Spur Award for Best Documentary for Boone and Crockett: The Hunter Heroes (History Channel, 2001) 2000-2002 Vice-President, Western Writers of America 2000 Western Writers of America Stirrup Award for “Dee Brown: A Life With Books,” Roundup Magazine (October 1999) 1999 Western Heritage Award, National Cowboy Hall of Fame, for “T.R. Takes Charge,” American History (August 1998), as the “Outstanding Magazine Article of 1998” 1998 Western Writers of America, President’s Award 1996 Western Heritage Award, National Cowboy Hall of Fame, for “Showdown at the Hollywood Corral,” Montana The Magazine of Western History (Summer 1995), as the “Outstanding Magazine Article of 1995” 1995 Who’s Who in America (1995 to the present) 1992 John M. Carroll Literary Award, Little Big Horn Associates, for The Custer Reader 1991Vivian A. Paladin Award, Montana Historical Society, for “Correct in Every Detail,” as the best essay to appear in Montana The Magazine of Western History in 1991 1988 Mead Distinguished Research Fellow in American History, Huntington Library 1987 Ray Allen Billington Award (Organization of American Historians), for Phil Sheridan and His Army 1986-1988 Presidential Lecturer in History, University of New Mexico 1986 Evans Biography Award, for Phil Sheridan and His Army 1986 Western Writers of America Spur Award for Best Non-fiction, for Phil Sheridan and His Army 1985 Research Grant, University of New Mexico 1984 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend 1983 American Association for State and Local History, Research Grant-in-Aid 1983 University Research Grant, Utah State University 1981 Research Fellow, DeGolyer Library and Fikes Hall of Special Collections, Southern Methodist University, May - June 1981 1981 Participant, ROTC Workshop in Military History, United States Military Academy, West Point, June - July 1981 1980 Conference Fellowship, Institute of the American West, Sun Valley Idaho Center for the Arts and Humanities, June 1980


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1986-1996 Associate Professor of history, University of New Mexico 1984-1986 Assistant Professor of history, University of New Mexico 1983-1984 Assistant Professor of history, Utah State University 1980-1982 Adjunct Assistant Professor of history, Utah State University 1977-1980 Visiting instructor of history, Utah State University


1990-2006 Executive Director, Western History Association 1985-1991 Editor, New Mexico Historical Review 1979-1984 Associate editor, Western Historical Quarterly 1977-1979 Assistant editor, Western Historical Quarterly 1973-1977 Editorial assistant, Journal of American History


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Sunrise in His Pocket: The Life, Legend, and Legacy of Davy Crockett (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press/Buffalo Bill Historical Center, forthcoming 2007).

Frontier and Region: Essays in Honor of Martin Ridge (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press/Huntington Library, 1997), co-editor, with Robert C. Ritchie.

The Custer Reader (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1992), editor. New edition, University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. A History Book Club and Military History Book Club selection.

Eyewitness to the Civil War (New York: Bantam Books, 1991-1993), series editor, ten volumes.

Soldiers West: Biographies from the Military Frontier (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1987), editor. A Military History Book Club selection.

Ten Days on the Plains, by Henry Davies (Dallas: DeGolyer Library/Southern Methodist University Press, l985), editor.

Phil Sheridan and His Army (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1985). New edition, University of Oklahoma Press, 1999. A History Book Club selection.

The Comic Book Custer: A Bibliography of Custeriana in Comic Books and Comic Strips (Bryan, Texas: Brazos Corral of the Westerners, 1983), with Brian W. Dippie.

Custer and His Times (El Paso: Little Big Horn Associates, 1981), editor.

Garry Owen 1976: Annual of the Little Big Horn Associates (Seattle: Little Big Horn Associates, 1977), editor.

Essays (scholarly):

“Introduction,” to Lewis Burt Lesley, ed., Uncle Sam’s Camels: The Journal of May Humpheys Stacey (San Marino: Huntington Library Press, 2006).

“Introduction,” to James Crutchfield, ed., The Way West: True Stories of the American Frontier (New York: Forge Books, 2005).

“Foreword,” to Sherry Monahan, The Wicked West (Tucson: Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2005).

“Western Writing and Western Writers,” Roundup: WWA Anniversary Special Edition (June 2003), 4-6.

“Washita Past,” and “Washita: Battle or Massacre?” in Washita Symposium: Past, Present and Future (Cheyenne, Oklahoma: Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, National ParkService, 2001).

“Foreword,” to Bill Groneman, Eyewitness to the Alamo (Plano, Texas: Wordware Publishing, Inc., 2001).

“Foreword,” to Thom Ross, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (Golden, Colorado: Fulcrum, 2001).

“In Search of Wyatt Earp: A Review Essay,” Journal of Arizona History, 41 (Summer 2000), 197-206.

“Foreword,” to T. A. Swinford and Tal Luther, Custeriana: A Field Guide to Custer Literature (Tempe, Arizona: South Print International/ T. A. Swinford, 1999).

“Introduction,” to Dee Brown, Wave High the Banner (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1999).

“‘Going to Congress and making allmynacks is my trade’: Davy Crockett, His Almanacs, and the Evolution of a Frontier Legend,” Journal of the West, 37 (April 1998), 10-22.

“David Crockett, “ “Martin Ridge,” and “William Wells,” in Howard R. Lamar, ed., The New Encyclopedia of the American West (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998), 274, 962, 1194.

“Afterword,” to Michael Phipps, “Come On, You Wolverines!” Custer at Gettysburg (Gettysburg: Farnsworth House Military Impressions, 1996).

“Showdown at the Hollywood Corral: Wyatt Earp and the Movies,” Montana The Magazine of Western History, 45 (Summer 1995), 2-31.

“The Alamo as Icon,” in Joseph G. Dawson III, ed., The Texas Military Experience: From the Texas Revolution through World War II (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1995), 14-31.

“Will the Real Custer Please Stand?” in Paul Boyer, The American Nation (Austin: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1995), 430-31.

“Paladin of the Republic,” MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History, 4 (Spring 1992), 82-91. Reprinted in Robert Cowley, ed., With My Face to the Enemy: Perspectives on the Civil War (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 2001), 348-63.

“Introduction,” to Philip H. Sheridan, Civil War Memoirs (New York: Bantam Books, 1991).

“Foreword,” to William Y. Chalfant, Without Quarter: The Wichita Expedition and the Fight on Crooked Creek (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1991).

“Kit Carson,” MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History, 3 (Summer 1991), 62-63.

“Correct in Every Detail: General Custer in Hollywood,” Montana The Magazine of Western History, 41 (Winter 1991), 28-57. Reprinted in Charles E. Rankin, ed., Legacy: New Perspectives on the Battle of the Little Bighorn (Helena: Montana Historical Society Press, 1996), 231-70.

“Fort Desolation: The Military Establishment, the Railroad, and Settlement on the Northern Plains,” North Dakota History, 56 (Spring l989), 20-30.

“Davy Crockett: An Exposition on Hero Worship,” in Michael A. Lofaro and Joe Cummings,

eds., Crockett at Two Hundred: New Perspectives on the Man and the Myth (Knoxville:

University of Tennessee Press, 1989), 20-41.

“George Armstrong Custer,” in Roger J. Spiller, ed., American Military Leaders (New York:

Praeger, l989), 43-47.

“Introduction,” to Frederic F. Van de Water, Glory-Hunter: A Life of General Custer (Lincoln:

University of Nebraska Press, 1988).

“Phil Sheridan’s Frontier,” Montana The Magazine of Western History, 38 (Winter 1988), 16-31.

Reprinted in Paul L. Hedren, ed., The Great Sioux War 1876-77 (Helena: Montana Historical Society Press, 1991), 90-114, and in Stephen G. Weisner and William F. Hartford, eds., American Portraits: Biographies in United States History, vol. 2 (Boston: McGraw Hill, 1998), 3-22.

“Introduction,” to David Crockett, A Narrative of the Life of David Crockett (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1987).

“The Frontier Army,” in Roger L. Nichols, ed., American Frontier and Western Issues: A Historiographical Review, (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1986), 253-74.

“The Celluloid Alamo,” Arizona and the West, 28 (Spring 1986), 5-22.

“Foreword,” to D. B. Randolph Keim, Sheridan’s Troopers on the Borders (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1985).

“Introduction” and “Annotated Bibliography,” to Susan Prendergast Schoelwer, Alamo Images:

Changing Perceptions of a Texas Experience (Dallas: DeGolyer Library/Southern Methodist University Press, 1985), 3-17, 190-210.

“George A. Custer,” in Roger Spiller, ed., Dictionary of American Military Biography (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1984), 223-27.

“The Indians’ Last Stand: A Review Essay,” New Mexico Historical Review, 59 (July 1984), 311Phil Sheridan’s Pyrrhic Victory: The Piegan Massacre, Army Politics, and the Transfer Debate,” Montana The Magazine of Western History, 32 (Spring 1982), 32-43.

“The Celluloid Custer,” Red River Valley Historical Review, IV (Fall 1979), 20-43.

“William Wells: Frontier Scout and Indian Agent,” Indiana Magazine of History, LXXIV (September 1978), 183-222. Reprinted in Old Fort News (Fort Wayne-Allen County Historical Society), 43 (no. 3, 1980), 63-98.

“From Little Bighorn to Little Big Man: The Changing Image of a Western Hero in Popular Culture,” Western Historical Quarterly, VII (January 1976), 19-45. Reprinted in Clyde A.

Milner, ed., Major Problems in the History of the American West: Documents and Essays (Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath and Co., 1989), 464-81.

Essays (popular):

“Why is this Man Forgotten?” True West, 53 (March 2006), 24-32. Reprinted as a separate pamphlet by the Kit Carson Museum, Taos, New Mexico, 2006.

“Noonan’s Last Stand,” True West, 52 (November/December 2005), 118-119.

“Deadwood Redux,”True West, 52 (March 2005), 59-63.

“Custer’s Last Film,” True West, 51 (August 2004), 50-57.

“Remembering the Alamo Movies,” True West, 51 (May 2004), 56-59.

“’It was but a small affair’: The Battle of the Alamo,” Wild West, 16 (February 2004), 38-47.

“Tales from The Missing,” True West, 51 (January/February 2004), 56-57.

“Remembering the Alamo,” Guest Editor, special issue, True West, 49 (February/March 2002).

“Custer: The 125th Anniversary of the Battle of the Little Big Horn,” Guest Editor, special issue, True West, 48 (May/June 2001).

“Hell and Texas,” in Mike Blakely and Mary Elizabeth Goldman, eds., Forever Texas (New York: Forge, 2000), 255-58.

“King’s Mountain,” True West, 47 (December 2000), 26-31.

“Custer’s Trail: Ruminations from a Lifetime on that Road,” Old West Journal, I (Winter 2000), 28-39. Reprinted in John P. Hart, ed. Custer and His Times Book Four (Dexter, Michigan:

Little Big Horn Association, 2002), 282-305.

“Mr. Crockett goes to Washington,” American History, XXXV (April 2000), 20-28.

“Dee Brown: A Life With Books,” Roundup Magazine, VII (October 1999), 4-10.

“Davy Crockett - Frontier Hero,” Wild West, 11 (February 1999), 42-48.

“Col. Cody, the Rough Riders and the Spanish American War,” Points West (Fall 1998), 8-11.

“TR takes Charge: Teddy Roosevelt, the Rough Riders, and San Juan Hill,” American History, 33 (August 1998), 30-38.

“Billy the Kid: The Remake,” Taos Talking Picture Festival 1995 Program (April 1995), 12-15.

“Davy Crockett,” Special Report (May-July 1991), 17.

“Custer Legend,” TV Guide, 39 (February 2, 1991), 13.

“Dreamscape Desperado,” New Mexico Magazine, 68 (June 1990), 44-57.

“Background: Davy Crockett,” TV Guide, 37 (February 4, 1989), 24-25.

“Davy Crockett, Still King of the Wild Frontier,” Texas Monthly, 14 (November 1986), 122-30, 244-48.

“A Tale of Two Alamos,” SMU Mustang, 36 (Spring 1986), 16-27.

“Hollywood’s General Custer: The Changing Image of a Military Hero in Film,” Greasy Grass:

Publication of the Custer Battlefield Historical and Museum Association, 2 (May 1986), 15The Alamo: An American Epic,” American History Illustrated, XX (March 1986), 12-37.

“Continuing Battles for the Alamo,” American History Illustrated, XX (March 1986), 52-57.

“Phil Sheridan’s Crusade for Yellowstone,” American History Illustrated, XIX (February 1985), 10-16.

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