Gulf South Historical Association Fellows
2010-Mr. Randall Broxton
Randall Broxton is a history professor at Pensacola State College where he has been employed for many years. Professor Broxton is listed in the Directory of American Scholars, Who’s Who in America, and Who’s Who Among America’s Educators. He is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in education. He is active in the Pensacola Historical Society, Florida Historical Society, Gulf Breeze Historical Society, Bagdad Village Preservation Association, White House Historical Society, Southern Historical Association, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Santa Rosa Historical Society, Atlanta Historical Society, and many others. He a founder of the Gulf South History and Humanities Conference (1968) and has served as president of this organization. Broxton is the founder and sponsor of the Jared Sparks Historical Society of PSC (1994). He is a member of the Academy of Teaching Excellence at Pensacola State College. Among his publications is The History of the Gulf South History and Humanities Conference. He speaks across the southeast and enjoys meeting people. Presenting at the Chautauqua Assembly in De Funiak Springs is one of his favorite activities.
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2012- Dr. Mike Thomason
University of South Alabama Emeritus Professor of History Dr. Michael Thomason was born in West Palm Beach, Florida an awfully long time ago (actually 1942), He received his BA from Sewanee in 1964. After earning his PhD from Duke on 1968 he came to Mobile in 1970 to teach at the university. During his 36 years there he taught various courses in History, edited The Gulf South Historical Review for all of its 21 year life, published several books on Alabama and Mobile and in 1978 founded the USA Archives. He has been active in The Gulf South History Association since the 1970’s. He has served as its president on occasion and participated in its annual meetings on a regular basis. He retired in 2006 but still lives in Mobile and writes for Mobile Bay magazine, and does book reviews for several publications from time to time.