My name is Jonathan Hall. I have been passionate about American history since I was a young boy. I have been, and probably always will be, the guy that reads all of the information in museum exhibits. A voracious reader of history books, my love for America and her champions has been influenced greatly by the work of countless historians. However, I have found that there are some moments when history can come to life outside of books by visiting historical sites. Read. Visit.
I graduated with a B.A. in History and a B.A. in Government from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, OK. I am a lifetime member of Pi Alpha Theta, a history honors society. Additionally, I was the chief research assistant for Dr. Paul Vickery’s book, “George Washington: A Legacy of Leadership” and a researcher in Dr. Vickery’s upcoming book on Gen. Andrew Jackson. My own work, “Falling Gloriously: Colonel Thomas Gardner and Isaac Gardner, Esq., Patriots of the Early American Revolution,” was named one of my alma mater’s Outstanding Honors Research Papers–a portion of which was presented at a preceding Pi Alpha Theta Conference. I am currently pursuing a Master’s in Business Administration with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship