Jerry Scherschel, Missouri and
Illinois La Salle Historian: "I loved the book. Thought it was very
interesting.... I wish you well! Keep in
Dr. Gary Joiner, Louisiana State University History Professor, Shreveport, La.: "I would love a copy....This is very exciting news."
Dr. Brad Agnew, History Professor, Northeastern State University of Oklahoma: "I would like to see your new book. I have long been skeptical of the Gloria Farley interpretation of the inscription on the stone above Heavener.
Dr. Patrick George Williams, University of Arkansas Historian: "Your book has arrived in our offices, and we thank you for sending it. Given the significance of La Salle to Arkansas History, we will take a careful look at it."
Dr. William Meneray, distinguished Professor of Louisiana and La Salle History, Tulane University, New Orleans: "Since I teach a course in Colonial Louisiana, I know that your work will be quite useful to our students and other researchers. Please send us a copy...."
William Cox, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC: "Dear Dr. Woodard....I'm the archivist who sent [you] copies of the Kemmerer correspondence. We would be delighted to have a copy of your book for our Reference Collection."
Dr. John Swalis, History Chair
and Professor, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, Oklahoma: "...It sounds very
interesting and may be of use in our history courses here at