Gene Mueller

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Dr. Gene A Mueller (born February 28, 1942) is an American historian and author. Mueller was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is considered an expert in two areas of history, American Nez Perce Indian Culture and 20th Century Europe, specifically Hitler's generals. He has published several books. He has taught at the Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho, Henderson State University at Arkadelphia, Arkansas, and Texas A&M University–Texarkana.

Dr. Mueller was also Mayor of Lewiston Idaho for ten years from 1982 to 1992.


He has the following degrees:


  • Hitler's Commanders, Samuel W. Mitcham, Gene Mueller, ISBN 0-8128-4014-3, Publisher: Cooper Square Publishers
  • Wilhelm Keitel: The Forgotten Field Marshal, Gene Mueller, ISBN 0-8154-1294-0, Publisher: Cooper Square Publishers
  • Lewiston: From packtrains and tent saloons to highways and brick stores : a century of progress, 1861-1962, Gene Mueller, ASIN B0006XY46W
  • Lewiston: A pictorial history, Gene Mueller, ASIN B00070YYD2
  • Natives, migrants, and immigrants: Lewiston's cultural heritage and early society, Gene Mueller, ASIN B0006XY462


Dr. Mueller is married to Kathleen Mueller, and has three sons, Barry, Jason, Matthew.

External links[edit]

  • [1] Dr. Mueller's page at Texas A&M University in Texarkana
  • [2] Lewis-Clark State College
  • [3] Henderson State University