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==Early life and education==
 
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The son of Lee and Virginia Symonds, Craig Symonds attended the [[University of California, Los Angeles]], where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1967. Going on to graduate work, he obtained his [[Master of Arts (postgraduate)|M.A.]] in history at the University of Florida in 1969 with a thesis on "The defense of the southwestern frontier, 1784-1794: a study in governmental relations." He married Marylou Hayden on 17 January 1969 and the couple had one son. In 1971, Symonds joined the [[United States Naval Reserve]], serving for three years until 1974 and raising to the grade of [[Lieutenant]]. While in the Navy, he served on the staff and faculty of the [[Naval War College]]. On his release from active duty, he returned to his graduate studies in history at the University of Florida, where he obtained his [[Ph.D.]] in 1976 under the tutelage of Professor [[John K. Mahon]] with a dissertation on "Navalists and antinavalists: the naval policy debate in the United States, 1785-1827."
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The son of Lee and Virginia Symonds, Craig Symonds attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1967. Going on to graduate work, he obtained his [[Master of Arts (postgraduate)|M.A.]] in history at the University of Florida in 1969 with a thesis on "The defense of the southwestern frontier, 1784-1794: a study in governmental relations." He married Marylou Hayden on 17 January 1969 and the couple had one son. In 1971, Symonds joined the [[United States Naval Reserve]], serving for three years until 1974 and raising to the grade of [[Lieutenant]]. While in the Navy, he served on the staff and faculty of the [[Naval War College]]. On his release from active duty, he returned to his graduate studies in history at the University of Florida, where he obtained his [[Ph.D.]] in 1976 under the tutelage of Professor [[John K. Mahon]] with a dissertation on "Navalists and antinavalists: the naval policy debate in the United States, 1785-1827."
   
 
==Academic career==
 
==Academic career==

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Craig Symonds
Born December 19, 1946
Long Beach, California

Craig Lee Symonds (born 31 December 1946, in Long Beach, California) is a retired professor and chairman of the history department at the United States Naval Academy. He is a distinguished historian of the American Civil War.

Early life and education

The son of Lee and Virginia Symonds, Craig Symonds attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1967. Going on to graduate work, he obtained his M.A. in history at the University of Florida in 1969 with a thesis on "The defense of the southwestern frontier, 1784-1794: a study in governmental relations." He married Marylou Hayden on 17 January 1969 and the couple had one son. In 1971, Symonds joined the United States Naval Reserve, serving for three years until 1974 and raising to the grade of Lieutenant. While in the Navy, he served on the staff and faculty of the Naval War College. On his release from active duty, he returned to his graduate studies in history at the University of Florida, where he obtained his Ph.D. in 1976 under the tutelage of Professor John K. Mahon with a dissertation on "Navalists and antinavalists: the naval policy debate in the United States, 1785-1827."

Academic career

In 1976, the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland appointed Symonds assistant professor of history to succeed Professor E. B. Potter as a specialist in Naval history. He was subsequently promoted to associate professor in 1980 and professor of history in 1985. He served as chairman of the history department in 1988-1992 and appointed professor emeritus on his retirement in 2005.[1][2] In 1994-1995, he was visiting lecturer at Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth, England. He returned to teach at the Naval Academy as The Class of 1957 Distinguished Professor of American Naval Heritage for 2011-12.

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