Earning M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in history at Kent State University, Ron Hatzenbuehler taught at Idaho State University from 1972 until his retirement in 2013. In addition to his teaching career, Ron also has written and lectured to the general public on Idaho migration and population trends and the legacies of presidents. Over the years, he has served on the advisory boards for Idaho State University Press, for ISU’s magazine Rendezvous, and for the Idaho State Historical Society magazine Idaho Yesterdays. In 2006, he published ‘I Tremble for My Country’: Thomas Jefferson and the Virginia Gentry to much critical praise. In 2008 he received the Outstanding Achievement in the Humanities Award, given annually by the IHC.
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