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Richard D. Scheuerman

Dr. Richard D. Scheuerman grew up on a small farm between the rural Palouse communities of Endicott and St. John, giving him a very personal connection to the region’s Volga Germans. The retired Seattle Pacific University Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Gonzaga University, an M.A. in History from Pacific Lutheran University, and a B.A. in History and Education from Washington State University.

Career highlights include receiving the Washington State Historical Society’s Robert Gray Medal for outstanding contributions to history education, the Washington Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, a Schneidmiller Foundation grant, and the University of California-Riverside Rupert Costo Medallion for Research in Native American History. He was also honored to serve as the principal consultant for False Promises, a PBS film documentary on land claims for Middle Columbia Native Americans.

He has co-authored more than ten books on Pacific Northwest history.

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