David Mccullough

“Real success is finding your lifework in the work that you love.” David McCullough

In my 14 year career as a Animal Rescue Advocate and Pet Lifestyle Expert – I have always mentioned rescue or bring animals up for adoption on each and every segment ! Here are TWO ADORABLE DOGS UP FOR ADOPTION who accompanied me on Good Day New York’s Pet tips segment who successfully found homes ! Note the two other two legged bitches (sorry if i offend anyone) in the photo have been adopted by two nice men!

‘History Is Human’: Remembering David McCullough

Two years ago, I happened to come across an interview with David McCullough in the Vineyard Gazette, his hometown newspaper. I still have it, printed out and placed in a folder in my desk drawer. I kept it because, as was so often the case, McCullough had said something that I wanted to remember. “There are any number of ways to begin a book,” he had told the interviewer while they sat on the back porch of his house on Martha’s Vineyard. “I like to begin with somebody on the move.”
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David McCullough helped America understand itself

Like the Founding Fathers he wrote about, David McCullough stood for reason, enlightenment, education and incorruptible democracy. In our stone-crazy world of Donald Trump and Kim Kardashian-styled savage banality, McCullough, who died on Sunday at age 89, offered proof of just how reassuring a good American can be. As the dean of our nation’s historians, he was trusted by middle America on par with Walter Cronkite. And if America understood who McCullough was, he returned that favor, showing in his books just how well he knew his countrymen across the centuries. He was our dependable deep river oracle, the silver-haired sea captain navigating around the shoals of endemic narcissism to lead us to the promised port of the Declaration of Independence.

6 times when author David McCullough taught Utah audiences about history

David McCullough, the popular historian and Pulitzer prize-winning author, television host and narrator, has died, The Associated Press reported. McCullough, known for his narratives on a wide range of historical subjects and comprehensive biographies of American presidents, has been in failing health and died at the age of 89 on Aug. 7 in his Massachusetts home, less than two months after his wife, Rosalee. No specific cause of death was given, per The New York Times.
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David McCullough

David McCullough, of Hingham and West Tisbury, passed away on August 7, 2022. He was 89. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, August 16, at 2 pm at the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in David’s memory can...

David McCullough, Two-Time Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author, Dies at 89

Click here to read the full article. David McCullough, an award-winning author, narrator, historian and television host, died on Sunday at his Hingham, Mass. home. He was 89. His daughter, Dorie Lawson, confirmed the news to the New York Times. McCullough was best known for “Truman” and “John Adams,” two presidential biographies that notched him two Pulitzer Prizes in a 10-year span. He also won the National Book Award twice for “The Path Between the Seas: The Creation of the Panama Canal” in 1977 and “Mornings on Horseback” in 1981, the latter which centered on a young Theodore Roosevelt and his family....