James Alexander Thom

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James Alexander (Craig) Thom (May 26, 1933, Gosport, Indiana) is an American author, best known for his works in the Western genre and colonial American history which are noted for their historical accuracy borne of his painstaking research. Thom graduated from Butler University in 1961 with a BA in Journalism after serving in the United States Marine Corps in the Korean Conflict. He taught a course in journalism at Indiana University, and was a contributor to the The Saturday Evening Post. He was married five times. [1]


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