Teacher. Born– Huntsville, Ala., July 4, 1916. Parents– Howard Cannon and Ethel Mae (Gowan) Morland. Married– Margaret Louise Ward, February 26, 1949. Children– Three. Education– B.S., Birmingham Southern College, 1938; B.D., Yale University, 1943; Ph.D., University of North Carolina, 1950. Employed as an instructor, in English, Yale-in-China Program, Changsha, Hunan, 1943-1946; executive secretary, Yale-in-China Association, 1946-1947; teaching, College of William and Mary, 1949-1953; Randolph-Macon Women’s College, 1953. Awards; Fulbright Scholarship to Chinese Unive rsity of Hong Kong, 1966-1967; U.S. Office of Education research grant, 1972.


Contemporary Authors, Vol. 41-44 and from Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, 1982-1983.


A Follow-up Study of the Mill-village Sections of “Kent”. S.l.; s.n., 1958.

Lunch-counter Desegration in Corpus Christi, Galveston, and San Antonio, Texas. Atlanta, Ga.; Southern Regional Council, 1960.

Race, Values and American Unity. Deland, Fla.; Stetson University, 1969.

School Desegregation, Help Needed?; a Survey of Southern Educators. Washington, D.C.; The Potamic Institute, Inc., 1962.

Social Problems in the United States. New York; Ronald Press Co., 1975.

Token Desegregation and Beyond. Atlanta; Southern Regional Council, 1963.


Millways of Kent. Chapel Hill, N.C.; University of North Carolina Press, 1958.

Race, Color, and the Young Child. Chapel Hill, N.C.; University of North Carolina Press, 1976.


The Not So Solid South. Athens, Ga.; University of Georgia Press, 1971.