Our world offers boundless opportunities for discovery and adventure, and our inherent curiosity makes us yearn to learn and explore. For me, research and travel satisfy those desires. dwm
David Marshall, PhD, is a historian with subject expertise in exploration, navigation, celestial observation, wilderness survival, and basic subsistence in early Native America, the Western Frontier, and the Ancient Mediterranean. For thirty-four years, he has served as researcher, instructor, professor, and archivist, and holds a tenured, full faculty position at Texas Tech University—a Carnegie Tier One research institution. His studies have led him to archives, museums, historic locations, and archaeological sites worldwide. He is an avid traveler and outdoorsman who has backpacked and tent-camped on seven continents, from the Arctic to Antarctica, and around the world. He also enjoys sailing, canoeing, hiking, climbing, and observing wildlife in natural habitats.
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