WILLIAM CHARLES diGIACOMANTONIO
- B.S., Georgetown University, 1985
- M.A., University of Chicago, 1988
SCHOLARSHIP: Articles (DHFFC books listed under FFCP publications)
- "The Role of the Congressional Wife at home: The Case of Sarah Thatcher": and
"Meeting the Publics Expectations: Petitioning Congress," Don Kennon
(ed.), Congress at Philadelphia. 17911800 (Athens. Ohio,
- "The Origins of D.C. Governance and the Organic Act of 1801", Washington
History II, no. I (Spring/Summer 2000)
- "To Form the Character of the American People: Public Support for the Arts.
Sciences, and Morality in the First Federal Congress," Don Kennon (ed.),
Inventing Congress: Origins and Establishment of the First Federal
Congress (Athens, Ohio. 1999
- "'For the gratification of a volunteering society': Antislavery and Pressure
Group Politics in the First Federal Congress," Journal of the Earlv
Republic 15. no. 2 (Summer 1995). Winner of the James Madison Prize of the
Society for History in the Federal Government, for best published article of
- "All the President's Men: George Washington's Federal City Commissioners,"
Washington History 3, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 1991)
- Member: Association for Documentary Editing, Society for History in the
- Lecturer: U.S. Capitol Historical Society, Historical Society of Washington.
Mount Vernon Ladies Association, Independence N.H.P., Quaker Historians and
Archivists Conference, Society of Colonial Dames, Smithsonian Institution, Sons
of the American Revolution