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Film, Video David McCullough

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  • David McCullough

Event Date

  • October 12, 2002


  • -  David McCullough is the award-winning biographer, historian, lecturer and narrator of some of television's most distinguished historical series. He has twice received the Pulitizer Prize for Biography with the most recent in 2002 for "John Adams." McCullough has also been honored with the National Book Foundation Distinguished Contribution to American Letters Award and is twice winner of the National Book Award and the Francis Parkman Prize. He lives in West Tisbury, Mass.

Running Time

  • 26 minutes 5 seconds

Online Format

  • video
  • image

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