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Loyola University Chicago

Institute of Environmental Sustainability

Faculty & Staff

Theodore Karamanski, PhD

Title/s: Professor, Department of History
Public History Graduate Director

Specialty Area: United States History, Public History

Office #: Crown Center 517

Phone: 773.508.2684

E-mail: tkarama@luc.edu


Ph.D., Loyola University Chicago, 1980

Research Interests




North Woods River: The St. Croix River in Upper Midwest History

Deep Woods Frontier: A History of Logging in Northern Michigan
 - Amazon

Schooner Passage: Sailing Ships and the Lake Michigan Frontier
 - Amazon

Maritime Chicago
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Fur Trade and Exploration: Opening the Far Northwest, 1821-1852
- Amazon

Rally 'Round the Flag: Chicago and the Civil War : Chicago and the Civil War
 - Amazon

Ethics and Public History: An Anthology - Amazon

A nationalized lakeshore: The creation and administration of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore - Amazon

Saving the Saint Croix: An administrative history of the Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway - Amazon

Narrative history of Isle Royale National Park - Amazon

The Pictured Rocks: An administrative history of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore - Amazon

The Iroquois and The fur trade of the far west - Amazon

 Blackbird's Song: Andrew J. Blackbird and the Odawa People - Amazon

Fur Trade and Exploration. Oklahoma, 1983.

Deep Woods Frontier: a History of Logging in Northern Michigan. Wayne State Press, 1989.

Editor, Ethics and Public History: An Anthology. Krieger, 1990.

Rally 'Round the Flag: Chicago and the Civil War. Nelson Hall, 1992.

Maritime Chicago: An Illustrated History, Arcadia, 2000.

Schooner Passage: Sailing Ships and the Lake Michigan Frontier. Wayne State Press, 2000.

Nationalized Lakeshore: The Creation and Administration of Sleeping Bear Dune National Lakeshore. National Park Service, 2000.

Time and the River: A History of the St. Croix River Valley.National Park Service, 2002.

Northwoods River:  The St. Croix Valley in Upper Midwest History (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2009).

Blackbird's Song: Andrew S. Blackbird and the Odawa Indians. Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2012.

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Institute of Environmental Sustainability
Loyola University Chicago · 1032 W. Sheridan Road
Chicago, IL 60660 · Phone: 773-508-2130 · IES@luc.edu

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