Nebraska Authors

Everett Pitt Wilson

Born 1868-09-02 Princeton, IL (USA)

Died 1956-11-21

Buried
Chadron, NE (USA)
Greenwood Cemetery

Teacher and historian, Wilson taught at Chadron State Teachers College from 1911 to 1947. He was a delegate to the Nebraska State Constitutional Convention in 1919-1920 and also served as a Nebraska State Legislator. The Nebraska State Historical Society has the Everett Pitt Wilson Papers.

Places Lived

Princeton, IL
Lincoln, NE
Ceresco, NE
Hastings, NE
Chadron, NE

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Western Nebraska; United States Constitution; Pioneer Life; Ranching

Education

Bachelor of Arts Degree, Lincoln Normal School, Lincoln, NE

Occupation

Teacher
Superintendent of Schools
Minister, Church of Christ
Professor
Historian
Legislator

Places Worked

Chadron State Teachers College, 1911-1947
Nebraska State Legislature

Associations

Pine Ridge Historical Association
State Historical Society Executive Board and headed the Society as President from 1934-1936
Dawes County Farm Bureau, Secretary

Bibliography

The Constitution of the United States, A Bulwark of Liberty. 1955.

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