Meet Our Author: Daniel Tyler
Daniel Tyler is a retired history professor. Born before WWII, he grew up on a ranch in Colorado prior to studying at Harvard College. After receiving a degree in political science and a commission in the USAF, he served as a jet flight instructor and taught history in Hawaii. Tyler returned to ranching for a few years then earned a Ph.D. in American History. He taught in Mexico, Argentina, and at Colorado State University where he researched the West’s water development and resulting conflict. Previous publications by Daniel Tyler include, "The Last Water Hole in the West," "WD Farr, Cowboy in the Boardroom," "Silver Fox of the Rockies," and "Love in an Envelope."
Stay tuned for the upcoming historical biography of George Frederick Tyler, Bucks County's benevolent squire.