Historian; University professor; Dean. Born– November 17, 1939, Fort Myers, Fla. Parents– Henry C. and Hazel Crews Bond. Married– Stephanie Johns, September 7, 1974. Children– Two. Education– Florida State University, B.S., 1962, M.A., 1963; Ph.D., 1966. Taught at the University of Southern Mississippi, 1966-1967; Auburn University , 1976-97; Head of Department of History, 1985-91; Associate Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, 1991-92; Dean, 1992-97. Research interest was the French Revolution and Napoleon. Author of numerous articles and reviews in professional journals.  Member of several professional associations, including the American Historical Association, the Society for French History Studies, and the Belgian Society of Napoleonic Studies. A Fellow of the International Napoleonic Society; awarded its Legion of Merit in 1996.  The Gordon C. Bond Auditorium in Haley Center on the Auburn campus is named in his honor. Died March 27, 1997.


Directory of American Scholars, 1982; Marquis Who’s Who online.


The Grand Expedition; the British Invasion of Holland in 1809. Athens, Ga.; University of Georgia Press, 1979.


A collection of the personal and professional papers of Gordon Crews Bond, including an oral history tape, is held by the Special Collections Department of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library at Auburn University.