William Thomas Hagan

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BornDecember 19, 1918
Huntington, West Virginia
DiedMay 11, 2011(2011-05-11) (aged 92)
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Alma mater
  • Marshall College
  • University of Wisconsin
OccupationHistory professor

William Thomas Hagan (December 19, 1918 - August 5, 2011) was a history professor at the University of Oklahoma and an author. He was born in Huntington, West Virginia. He served in World War II. He studied at Marshall College and the University of Wisconsin. He taught at the University of North Texas in Denton, in the SUNY system, and then joined the University of Oklahoma faculty where he was a professor emeritus.[1] He was married to Charlotte “April” Hagan with whim he hadfour children Martha, Sarah, Daniel and Thomas.[2]


  • The Sac and Fox Indians (1958)
  • American Indians (1961)
  • Indian Police and Judges (1966)
  • United States-Comanche Relations (1976)[2]
  • The Indian Rights Association : the Herbert Welsh years, 1882-1904 (1985)[3]
  • Quanah Parker, Comanche Chief (1995) *Theodore Roosevelt and Six Friends of the Indians (1997)
  • Taking Indian Lands: The Cherokee (Jerome) Commission, 1889–1893 (2003), *Charles Goodnight: Father of the Texas Panhandle (2007)[2]


  1. "Remembering the life of William Hagan 2011". obituaries.normantranscript.com.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "TSHA | Hagan, William Thomas". www.tshaonline.org.
  3. "Hagan, William T. 1918-2011 [WorldCat Identities]".

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