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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Stacy A Cordery  

Pen Name: None

Genre: History Non-Fiction

Audience: Adult;

Born: 1961 in Michigan


-- Website -- http://www.stacycordery.com/
-- Stacy A Cordery on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=stacy+a+cordery


Illinois Connection

Stacy is Professor of History/ Curator, Monmouth College Archives, Department of History.

Biographical and Professional Information

Stacy A. Cordery is an academic and historian. She is chairman of the history department at Monmouth College in Illinois, and the author of three books. She is also the bibliographer for the National First Ladies' Library.


Published Works Expand for more information


Titles At Your Library

Theodore Roosevelt: In the Vanguard of the Modern (Creators of the American Mind)
ISBN: 0155066102

Wadsworth Publishing. 2002

Theodore Roosevelt exerted profound influence on the lives and minds of Americans In this, the fifth volume of the CREATORS OF THE AMERICAN MIND series, Stacy Cordery creates an engaging biography of this influential president by presenting the copious writings and discussing the short- and long-term impact of Theodore Roosevelt's actions. Praised for its fair and thorough coverage, this text is perfect for use as a core or supplementary text.

Historic Photos of Theodore Roosevelt
ISBN: 1596523360

Turner. 2007

Rare book

Alice: Alice Roosevelt Longworth, from White House Princess to Washington Power Broker
ISBN: 0670018333

Viking Adult. 2007

A detailed portrait of Teddy Roosevelt's daughter relates such facts as her tempestuous teen years and flouting of social conventions in order to promote women's rights, her infidelity-tested marriage to Speaker of the House Nicholas Longworth, and her sharp criticism of FDR's New Deal programs. 30,000 first printing.

Juliette Gordon Low: The Remarkable Founder of the Girl Scouts
ISBN: 0670023302

Viking. 2012

In celebration of the Girl Scouts' centennial, a lively salute to its maverick founder.

Born at the start of the Civil War, Juliette Gordon Low grew up in Georgia, where she struggled to reconcile being a good Southern belle with her desire to run barefoot through the fields. Deafened by an accident, "Daisy" married a dashing British aristocrat and moved to England. But she was ultimately betrayed by her husband and dissatisfied by the aimlessness of privileged life. Her search for a greater purpose ended when she met Robert Baden-Powell, war hero, adventurer, and founder of the Boy Scouts. Captivated with his program, Daisy aimed to instill the same useful skills and moral values in young girls-with an emphasis on fun. She imported the Boy Scouts' sister organization, the Girl Guides, to Savannah in 1912. Rechristened the Girl Scouts, it grew rapidly because of Juliette Low's unquenchable determination and energetic, charismatic leadership.

In Juliette Gordon Low, Cordery paints a dynamic portrait of an intriguing woman and a true pioneer whose work touched the lives of millions of girls and women around the world.


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