About the author
Thomas Harry Williams (May 19, 1909 - July 6, 1979) was a historian at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge whose career began in 1941 and extended for thirty-eight years until his death at the age of seventy. A popular faculty member, Williams is perhaps best known for his American Civil War study, Lincoln and His Generals, a "Book of the Month" selection from 1952, and his Huey Long, the definitive study of Huey Pierce Long, Jr.
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