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Kendall Gott Bio

Professor Kendall D. Gott is a retired army officer and retired senior historian of the Combat Studies Institute at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. He is the author of several studies on American history including the book: Where the South Lost the War: An Analysis of the Fort Henry-Fort Donelson Campaign, February 1862. In addition, Kendall has turned to authoring the following historical novels:

  • Steamboat Seasons and Backwater Battles;
  • Ride to Oblivion: The Sterling Price Raid into Missouri, 1864;
  • Steamboat Seasons: A Dawn of a New Era;
  • Gone to Kansas 1856: Fire and Tribulation.

In January, Professor Gott left his adopted home state of Kansas and now resides near Mapleton, Illinois with his wife, Julia, and their dachshund, Carly.

The title of Professor Gott’s program is: “Living in Bleeding Kansas Between the Factions.” This a brief discussion of the trials and tribulations of the common people as they learned to cope with the violence swirling about them.

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Kansas City, MO 64116

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