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Shine, Gregory Paynter

Gregory Paynter Shine is the chief ranger and historian at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site and the Vancouver National Historic Reserve, with locations in Oregon and Washington State. He is also an adjunct faculty member in the History Department at Portland State University, where he instructs graduate students in the annual public history field school. An Indiana native, Shine holds a BA from Wabash College and an MA in U.S. history from San Francisco State University.  Shine’s master’s thesis explored, in part, the public memory of Mary Ellen Pleasant, an African American entrepreneur in San Francisco. Shine has published studies for the National Park Service and articles for several journals and magazines, including Oregon Historical Quarterly and Columbia: The Magazine of Northwest History.
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