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History Team
History &
Archives
Monuments &
Memorials
  • Michael Codina
    Calif. San Diego 1993
    Chairman, History Commission
    22nd Grand Historian
  • Douglas R. Carlson
    Minnesota 1973
    62nd Grand Consul
    19th Grand Historian
  • Dr. Bill Fleming
    Sam Houston 1964
    History-Archives
    21st Grand Historian
  • Eric B. Hansen
    Cincinnati 1989
    20th Grand Historian
  • Robert H.W. Jones
    Rensselaer 1973
    65th Grand Consul

STAFF SUPPORT
History &
Monuments & Memorials

  • Michael J. Church
    Illinois 2005
    Executive Director
    Sigma Chi Fraternity
  • Noah Phelps
    Omega NSI 2008
    Director, Information Management
    Sigma Chi Foundation
  • George Hooper
    Kansas State 1960
    Chairman
  • K. Stephen Bailey
    West Virgina 1972
    Warden—Clark Gravesite
  • Dustin Buecker
    Miami(Ohio) 1992
    Warden—Founding Site
  • Donald P. Copeland, Jr.
    Stephen F. Austin 1989
    Warden—Bell Memorial
  • Arthur L. Dieckmann
    Cincinnati 1971
    Warden—Jordan Memorial
  • Craig Hedric
    Miami(Ohio) 1983
    Warden—Scobey Memorial
  • Kenneth Kvalheim
    South Alabama 1981
    Warden—Caldwell Memorial
  • Samuel Mann
    Fresno State 1993
    Warden—Dixon Memorial
  • Lawrence Mentz
    Rensselaer 1968
    Warden—Lockwood Memorial
  • Christopher D. Mizell
    Illinois State 2000
    Warden—Nate Memorial
  • Don W. Crockett
    Utah State 1960
    Warden—Runkle Memorial
  • Robert Petry
    Georgia Southern 1981
    Warden—Constantine Memorial
  • David Shields
    Penn State 1967
    Warden—Cooper Memorial
  • John F. Thompson
    Montana 1967
    Warden—McMillin Memorial
More on the committee members, visit the History Department.

SIG HISTORY
SIG HISTORIANS

A NORTHERN CONFEDERATE AT JOHNSON'S ISLAND PRISON: The Civil War Diaries of James Parks Caldwell
George H. Jones
51st Grand Consul

McFarland & Co., 2010.


Sigma Chi Founder, Caldwell fought for the Confederacy and spent 18 months in the Union's Johnson's Island prison. While there he kept a diary on prison conditions, the politics of the day, and his personal interests.

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