Charles Babcock is a historian and author. He served for 8 years in the U.S. Army as an Intelligence Analyst and is a disabled veteran. He graduated Cum Laude from George Mason University, earning a B.A. in History with a Minor in Religious Studies. His current projects include writing opinion essays on contemporary history and a book of historical narratives from post-depression era Americans. George Mason University and The Historian recognized his work, Slaves and Saints: The Church of Latter-Day Saints from 1830 to 1890, for outstanding achievement in history. This website serves as a consolidation of work and research in the field of history.

From the author: “In the course of my studies and work, I am indebted to the extensive support of my wife. Her unwavering ability to listen to my incessant ramblings about matters relating to politics, religion, history and sociological concerns (in an ever-changing geopolitical climate) have been invaluable. I thank God for giving me the strength to persevere through the challenges I face in life and for the gift of my beautiful wife and daughter. Angela and Clara, you are both the light of my life.”