Thomas A. Lewis
P.O. Box 716, Romney, WV 26757
304 822-8530 home    304 997-0189 cell

* Writer and broadcaster
* Artist in Residence and lecturer in broadcast journalism,
Frostburg State University, Frostburg MD.

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Shenandoah in Flames: The Valley Campaign of  1864. Time-Life Books1987.

The Guns of Cedar Creek
. The climactic battle  of the 1864 Valley campaign. Harper & Row, 1988. 

For King and Country: The Maturing of George Washington 1748-1760. HarperCollins 1993.

The Wild Animals of North America. Hugh Lauter Levin Associates 1998.

West from Shenandoah: A Scotch-Irish Family Fights for America 1729-1781.
John Wiley & Sons 2004. 

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Editor and Publisher 1988-1993 of  Civil War Magazine and Chairman of the Civil War Society. 

Articles on history and the environment published in Smithsonian, Audubon, Air & Space, Historic Preservation, Civil War, National Wildlife and International Wildlife Magazines.

Writer for six years of “EQ Index,” an authoritative annual review of the state of the US environment appearing in National Wildlife Magazine and the World Almanac.

Senior editor and executive series editor 1980-1985 at Time-Life Books.

Editor and Publisher of the Shenandoah Valley Weekly newspaper at New Market, Virginia. 


Contract newscaster and anchor for The Voice of America, 2002-2005.

President, 2000-2002, Grass Roots Broadcasting LLC, owner of broadcasting station WAMM, Woodstock, Virginia.

Creator and Host of Talk About the Quality of Life, aired on radio stations in Winchester, Leesburg and Front Royal, VA, 1997-1999. 

Director of news and public affairs and anchor, WHSV-TV, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 1973-78. General assignment reporter, WTOP Radio and Television (Channel 9), Washington DC, 1965-69.

US citizen, born in Farmington, Minnesota. Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. United States Army service with honorable discharge and Army Commendation Medal.