Henry Coggeshall Howells IV is a history researcher and writer with an interest in family history. He has previously published articles in the Ohio Genealogical Society Quarterly and the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy. He holds a BA in history, a BS in finance, and an MBA.
Geoff Lybeck is a PhD candidate and instructor of record in the Department of History at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. His research and teaching focuses span nineteenth- and twentieth-century US environmental, political, and cultural history.
David Nolin retired from Five Rivers MetroParks in 2015, after 30 years of doing conservation and land acquisition for the agency. He received his BS and MS from Wright State University. He is now volunteering for several conservation entities and is currently the president of the Beaver Creek Wet-lands Association.
Sarah E. Paxton is a PhD candidate in American history at the Ohio State University and a graduate of the Moritz College of Law. Her work studies the contemporary implications of historical relationships between, and events relating to, suspect classes and the American legal system.
Louise E. Wright is an independent scholar who taught English at Community College of Philadelphia. Interested mainly in literary history, she has published essays on Jack London and D. H. Lawrence as well as other subjects. She is the author of Maurice Magnus: A Biography.