Wrote, narrated, and produced this channel trailer for the Micro Biz YouTube channel. Micro Biz is a video newsletter which aims to inform, entertain, and connect with other micro businesses on the Web and around the world.—February, 2019
President John Tyler finds true love in the wake of a gruesome tragedy. But can this May-December romance survive the wrath of his children and stand the test of time? Read more. —December 2018
Distance Learning Center, El Centro College in Dallas, Texas. As a Subject Matter Expert, I redesigned and researched and wrote new instructional content for U.S. History I and II "Sprint to the Finish" online courses. Summer 2017.
Wrote, narrated, and produced a mini-documentary, "The Golden Door: Transatlantic Immigration, 1880-1920." August 31, 2016.
Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey. Rater training material for the Texas STAAR Writing assessments of public school students, 2016.
"‘Who Dares to Style This Female a Woman?’: Lynching, Gender, and Culture in the Nineteenth-Century U.S. West" in Lynching Beyond Dixie: American Lynching Outside the South (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2013), 21-53.
Kerry Segrave, Lynchings of Women in the United States: The Recorded Cases, 1851-1946. Review for H-Law (January 2011).
Articles on Cattle Rustling, Wyatt Earp, Frontier Justice, Gunslingers, John Wesley Hardin, Horse Thieves, and Wild Bill Hickok in The Old West: History and Heritage, ed. Edward Countryman (New York: Marshall Cavendish, 2008). The series was aimed at a juvenile nonfiction audience and each article was enhanced with illustrations and links to additional film, television and Web sources.
Bill Neal, Getting Away With Murder on the Texas Frontier: Notorious Killings & Celebrated Trials. Review for Western Historical Quarterly 39, no. 1 (Spring 2008): 85-86.
“Bad Men, Unsexed Women, and Good Citizens: Outlaws and Vigilantes in the American West," in The West, edited by Benjamin Johnson (New York: ABC-CLIO Perspectives Social History Series, 2007), 259-282.
“‘With the Past Let These Be Buried’: The 1873 Mob Massacre of the Hill Family in Springtown, Texas.” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 105, no. 2 (October 2001): 292-321.
"The Wild, Wild Web: The Mythic American West and the Electronic Frontier." Western Historical Quarterly 31, no. 4 (Winter 2000): 457-76.
Max Evans, Madame Millie: Bordellos from Silver City to Ketchikan. Western Historical Quarterly 34, no. 2 (Summer 2003): 232-33.
U.S. History I multiple choice exam Question Pack. Fall 2017.
U.S. History II multiple choice exam Question Pack. Fall 2017.