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Carole Butcher, Graduate Teaching Instructor

Office: Minard 422, History Department Graduate Office

Carole Butcher graduated with honors from Wright State University with her Bachelor’s Degree in history.  She earned her Master’s Degree in Military History from Norwich University.  She is currently a PhD student at North Dakota State University.  She is researching the role of North Dakota troops in the Philippine Insurrection.

Ms. Butcher is a historical interpreter at Fort Abercrombie.  She is a member of Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society.  Her articles have been published in a variety of magazines including Military Heritage, Armchair General, Civil War Quarterly, and Nebraska Life.  She also writes for Dakota Datebook on Prairie Public Radio.  Her business The Wordsmith Shop writes press releases and does editing for local businesses.  Ms. Butcher is a member of the Society for Military History, the Organization of American History, the Western History Association, and the Midwestern History Association.  She lives in Fergus Falls, Minnesota with her husband, two dogs, and two cats.

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