Craig MacDonald, Old West Author



Buy Gold Rush Glimpses III

 

Craig MacDonald's new book, "Gold Rush Glimpses III-Outlaws, Inspirations & Amusements" features artwork from internationally-known painters Bill Anderson and Milford Zornes.

 

To purchase Craig MacDonald's latest book, send check for $25 (includes shipping & handling) payable to: Anderson Art Gallery

Mail to:

Anderson Art Gallery

PO Box 1710, Sunset Beach, CA 90742

Tel: (562) 592-4393

www.billandersonartgallery.com.
 

For information on hiring Craig MacDonald to speak to your group, contact him at  [email protected]      

 

Craig MacDonald Bio
 

Pulitzer Prize Nominee


Author of 16 books, including the widely-acclaimed, Cockeyed Charley Parkhurst-The West's Most Unusual Stagewhip, Filter Press, 1973. This was the first nationally-published book on the first woman to vote in the United States. Several of his books were selected by the California State Library and recorded on cassettes for use by the visually-impaired and others.


His article on the first woman sheriff in Nevada was chosen by Nevada Magazine as one of the top stories of the 20th Century and published in the book, The Historical Nevada Magazine.


A member of Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honor society, MacDonald is a Phi Kappa Phi graduate of San Jose State University.


He has worked with such prominent historians as Jim Holliday, best-selling author of The World Rushed In and founding director of the Oakland Museum of California; Irene Simpson Neasham, former Wells Fargo Historian and the first woman president of the California Historical Society, and Clyde Arbuckle, former president of the Conference of California Historical Societies.


MacDonald has been the Featured Speaker at national and state conferences as well as universities. He speaks on incredible unsung women who changed society, his two relatives, who were major heroes in the American Revolution, Outlaws and much more.



 

 

 


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