Thomas N. Ingersoll specializes in the study of pre-industrial America, the American Revolution, the Early Republic, and African-Americans. He holds a B.A. in Anthropology from University of California, Berkeley, a M.A. in History from San Francisco State University, and a Ph. D. in History from University of California, Los Angeles. He has taught at UCLA, Occidental College, and l'Université de Montréal. He joined the OSU faculty in 2002.
Professor Ingersoll has published To Intermix With Our White Brothers: Indian Mixed Bloods in the United States from Earliest Times to the Indian Removals (University of New Mexico Press, 2006); Mammon and Manon in Early New Orleans: The First Slave Society in the Deep South, 1718-1819 (University of Tennessee Press, 1999). He has published scholarly articles in William and Mary Quarterly, Law and History Review, Louisiana History, and a chapter in Inequality in Early America, edited by Carla Gardina Pestana and Sharon V. Salinger (University Press of New England, 1999). He is researching race mixture in early America, and the treatment of Loyalists in revolutionary New England.
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The Ohio State University at Lima
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