James N. McCord, Jr.
James N. McCord, Jr. joined the Department of History at the College of William and Mary in the 1960's and retired in 2005. He received the Thomas Jefferson Award in recognition of his contributions to the college and Williamsburg communities, including organizing First Night activities and arranging a weekly academic talk to encourage cooperation and communication between the college's community and Williamsburg's.
Material in the Special Collections Research Center
- James McCord in the SCRC database.
- Oral History by James McCord
- Excerpts from letters of nomination for the Jefferson Award
- News article on the occasion of McCord's reception of the Jefferson Award
- Issue of The Historian discussing McCord's retirement
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