Robert Seager II

Dr. Robert Seager II (1925–2004) taught college history for forty years. He wrote and edited numerous books and articles on American history, including Letters and Papers of Alfred Thayer Mahan and The Papers of Henry Clay. He received the U.S. Naval Institute Award of Merit, the Navy League Award for Literary Achievement, the John Lyman Book Award, and the University of Kentucky Hallam Award for Mahan’s biography.

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