GRIFFITH, LUCILLE BLANCHE, 1905-1993

Biography:

Historian; professor of  history. Born– October 25, 1905, in Bessville, Mo. Parents– Lawrence Clinton and Caroline (Mabuce) Griffith. Education– Belhaven College, A.B., 1929; Tulane University, M.A., 1942; Brown University, Ph.D., 1957. Taught high school in Mississippi; head, History Department, East Mississippi Junior College, Scooba; taught history at the, University of Montevallo, 1946-1973; headed Social Sciences Department. Member of American and Southern Historical Association, Society of American Historians, American Association of University Professors, American Association of University Women (President of Alabama Division, 1962-64). Died 1993.

Source:

Contemporary Authors online; Who’s Who in Alabama, Vol. 3.

Publication(s):

Alabama; a Documentary History to 1900. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1968.

Alabama College, 1896-1969. Montevallo, Ala.; s.n., 1969.

History of Alabama, 1540-1900;  Northport, Ala.; Colonial Press, 1962.

Virginia House of Burgesses, 1750-1774. Northport, Ala.; Colonial Press, 1963.

Editor;

I Always Wore My Topi; The Burma Letters of Ethel Mabuce.  University of Alabama Press, 1974.

Letters from Alabama, 1817-1854, by Anne Royall.  University of Alabama Press, 1972.

Yours Till Death; Civil War Letters of John W. Calton. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1951.