Brian Gann is a 2011 graduate of the University of Washington where he majored in history. In 2010, he received the Dr. Frances K. Millican Fund in order to pursue his research of Washington State Public Ports and the environment. Interested in Anglo-American history, he plans to pursue his academic career in history after graduation. Gann currently writes for HistoryLink.org.
Harris-Stowe University is a historically black college in St. Louis, Missouri. It was also the first public teacher education institution west of the Mississippi River. Harris-Stowe was originally two separate institutions: Harris Teachers College and Stowe Teachers College, which were merged together in 1954 to … Read MoreHarris-Stowe University (1857- )