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Don Corrigan Honored By Ulysses Grant Site For Outstanding Service

Timothy Good, superintendent for the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site, presents Don Corrigan with an “Outstanding Service” award.

Don Corrigan, a Sunset Hills resident and editor of the South County Times, Webster-Kirkwood Times and West End Word, recently received an award for “Outstanding Service” from the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site in Grantwood Village.

Timothy Good, the superintendent for the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site, cited Corrigan’s book lectures at the popular destination and many journalism articles about the site.

His most recent article was about Grant’s White Haven and its connection to the 18th U.S. President’s evolving perspective on the ills of slavery. Corrigan’s first article on White Haven was in 1986 about efforts to save the historic site from a proposed tract home development.

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