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• The Hurricane has contained articles by Eric Foner (Columbia University), Gary B. Nash (UCLA), Henry Mayer ( University of Pennsylvania), Kenneth Jackson (Columbia University), Matthew Frye Jacobsen (Yale University), Barbara Clarke Smith (Smithsonian Institution), Janet Abu-Lughod (New School for Social Research) Frederick Drake (Illinois State University), John Buchanan (author), teachers from North Shore schools and East Quogue schools and students from Half Hollow Hills, Manhasset, Oceanside, and Port Washington.
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* Frederick D. Drake, Associate Professor of History, Illinois State University
| Contributors, August 2003 | The History Teacher, 36.4 | The History Cooperative
Frederick D. Drake is associate professor of history and director of history and social science education at Illinois State University.
His master's and doctorate in history are from Illinois State University.
His specializes in the teaching and learning of history and teaches broadly in the field of U.S. history.
He is the author of States' Rights and American Federalism (1999), and he has an upcoming book, Engagement in History, which will be published by Prentice-Hall.
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Frederick D. Drake
Professor of History, Emeritus
Illinois State University
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