KENNETH RUSSELL BOWLING
- B.A., Dickinson College, 1962
- M.A., Ph.D. University of Wisconsin--Madison. 1964, 1968
SCHOLARSHIP: Books and Articles (DHFFC books listed under FFCP publications)
- The Politics of the First Congress, 1789-1791 (Garland Publishing Co.,
New York 1990)
- The Creation of Washington, D.C. The Idea and Location of the American
Capital (George Mason University Press. Fairfax, Va., 1991)
- Creating the Federal City. 1774-1800: Potomac Fever (American
institute of Architects. 1988). Heavily illustrated catalog for Octagon Museum
- Washington History Magazine (guest editor of the 1991 and 2000
- "Dinner at Jefferson's A Note on Jacob F. Cooke's The Compromise of 1790."
William and Mary Quarterly. 3rd series, 28(1971), 629-40 (Reprinted. Joel
H. Sibley, et. al. eds. The Congress of the United States. 7789-1989. Carlson
Publishing Inc. New York. 1991)
- "'The Bank Bill, the Capital City and President Washington." Capitol
Studies, 1 (1972).
- "GoodBy 'Charle' The Lee-Adams Interest and the Political Demise of Charles
Thomson. Secretary of Congress. 1774-1789," Pennsylvania Magazine of History
and Biography 100 (1976). 314-35
- "A 'Tub to the Whale': The Founding Fathers and the Adoption of the Federal Bill of Rights," Journal of the Early Republic. 8 (1988) 223-51 (Reprinted, Joel H Sibley. Congress and elsewhere.)
- "'Neither a Indian Wigwam nor the Wilderness': Competitors for the Federal
Capital. 1787-1790." Prologue: The Journal of the National Archives 20
- "New York City. Capital of the United States, 1785-1790." in Stephen L.
Schechter and Wendell Tripp. eds. World of the Founders New York Communities
in the Federal Period (Albany, 1990).
- "Overshadowed by States' Rights Ratification of the Federal Bill of Rights,"
in Ronald Hoffman and Peter J. Albert. eds., The Bill of Rights Government
Proscribed (Charlottesville and London, 1997). 77-102
- "Philadelphia On the Arrival of the Federal Government and the Republican
Court. 1790-1791 in Kenneth R. Bowling and Donald R. Kennon, eds. Neither
Separate nor Equal Congress in the 1790s (Athens, Ohio. 2000)
- 1995- Editorial Board. Washington History
- 1995-'Dissertation Bibliographer, the Journal of the Early Republic
- 1994- Visiting Lecturer, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Russia
- 1993-2001 Director, U S. Capitol Historical Society Annual Conferences on Congress.
- 1987- Lecturer, Mount Vernon, Dumbarton House, Independence National
Historical Park, Smithsonian Institution, Library of Congress, Taft Institute for
Two-Party Government, and the Historical Society of Washington
- 1987- Consultant to the National Archives, the National Geographic Society,
the United States Commission on the Bicentennial of the Constitution, the
Virginia Bicentennial Constitution, Dumbarton House, and Gunston Hall