Dumas Malone

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Dumas Malone

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Dumas Malone (1892-1986), an American author, was born at Coldwater, Mississippi, USA on January 10, 1892. He received his bachelor's degree in 1910 from Emory College (Emory University) and in 1916 he received his divinity degree from Yale University. Between 1917 and 1919 during the First World War he became a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps. He became best known for his multi-volume biography of Thomas Jefferson for which he earned the 1975 Pulitzer Prize. In 1983 President Ronald Reagan awarded him the Presidential Medal of Freedom.[1] Malone died on December 27, 1986 at Charlottesville, Virginia

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