Cameron L. Kline


Cameron Kline

Cameron L. Kline is a Doctor of Philosophy student in History at Syracuse University. He is a graduate of Oxford University’s St. Cross College as a Master of Studies in History with a focus on early U.S. History. He is a published author and was an Adjunct Professor of Communications and Crisis Communications at Jefferson University. Kline was the first historian to create a comprehensive annotation, now part of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania’s collection, of the Tobias Lear Journal (Dec. 10, 1799 – July 4, 1801), the only first-hand account of the death of George Washington and Lear’s appointment and journey to be Council to St. Domingue. He also has a Master’s and Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.