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Hi Mr. Anderson.
    My name is Ellis Markman, and I am a junior in high school in St. Louis, Missouri, and I (along with a partner) am creating a documentary on The Montgomery Bus Boycott. I was wondering if there was any possible way that I could do a 10-15 minute phone interview or skype interview with you asking some questions about the boycott. This interview would be used in the documentary and showed to faculty and staff, along with the junior class.

Thank you for your consideration,


I would be happy to do an interview on phone, I do not use Skype.  My cell phone number is (951)807-1534 I teach each day until 3:00 PST (two hours earlier than St. Louis time--therefore you will have to call me after 5:00 CST to catch me available.)  Respond to this message on this site and give me a date and we can talk.

Thank you,

S. Anderson

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Steve Anderson, MA


Any area of American History, EXCEPT military history or economic history, these are not strong points of mine. Areas of particular expertise include the assassination of John F. Kennedy, 19th century women's history, 1950s-1960s popular culture, 1920s, Colonial America, Jacksonian Era, migration west, immigration, ethnic history, presidential decisions, treaties, tariffs, causes and results of wars, and entertainment history since World War II (television, movies, and music.)


Twenty-five years of teaching Advanced Placement American History, Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in American History, thirty post-graduate hours in American History

Member of Phi Alpha Theta--The History Honor Society (November 2001), California Teacher's Association

American History Teaching Credential, Recognized by the University of Chicago as an Outstanding Educator

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