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William O. WagnonWilliam O. Wagnon is a Professor of History, and has taught as Washburn 1968. He teaches a course in the history of the American cities which has as a focus the history of Topeka and is the project manager for The Historic Ritchie House historic house project here in Topeka.  He has presented papers on his research at regional professional meetings and published articles in the Shawnee County Historical Society's annual Bulletin. As a trustee of the Kansas State Historical Society, Wagnon organized and produced a birth-centennial conference on Dwight Eisenhower's connections to Kansas. His own paper examined Ike's sense of homeplace and his identification with Abilene. 

Email: bill.wagnon@washburn.edu

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