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Forest City IA
Dissertation Topic: Environmental Change & hardship in the Northern Iowa Borderlands prior to the 1857 attack of Inkpaduta and the Wahpekute on Spirit Lake.
Major Professor: Dr. Pamela Riney-Kehrberg
Expected Date of Graduation: Spring 2020
Area of Research Specialization: Nineteenth-century rural and environmental history
M.A. - Human Resource Development - Waldorf University, 2016
M.A. - History - Wayland Baptist University, 2013
B.S. - Social and Behavioral Sciences - University of Mary, 2011
A.A. - North Iowa Area Community College, 2009
- Selected Publications
Mason, Kevin. “Forced by Nature: Inkpaduta, Resource Scarcity, and the Attack on Spirit Lake 1857.” Annals of Iowa. Forthcoming: Fall 2020. Iowa City, IA: State Historical Society of Iowa.
Mason, Kevin. “Review – Spotted Tail: Warrior and Statesman.” Annals of Iowa. Forthcoming: Spring 2020. Iowa City, IA: State Historical Society of Iowa.
Mason, Kevin. "Winnebago and the Flying W(in): How to Build an Iconic Company and Save Rural America." 360 Review: Energy, Agriculture, Finance, Culture & Faith on the Northern Great Plains, Vol. 1, Issue 2 (Summer/Fall 2016). Bismarck, ND: University of Mary Press, 60-69.