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Ten important details about the life of William Stafford
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William Stafford died in 1993. He died in his home in Lake Oswego, Oregon.
William Stafford Taught at Lewis and Clark College for many years. Then he retired in 1980.
In 1970 William Stafford became the Consultant of Poetry to the library of congress.
One of William Staffords most popular books was published in 1966. This book was called The Rescued Year.
William Stafford won the National Book Award in 1963, with his collection of poems called Traveling Through The Dark.
William Stafford got a P.h.D. He got the P.h.D from The Universitie of Kansas.
William Stafford moved to Oregon in 1948. Once there he taught at Lewis and Clark College.
Dorothy Hope Frantz married him in 1944. They later had four kids.
In 1933 William Stafford graduated from highschool. Then he went to the Garden City and El Dorado junior colleges.
William Stafford was born in 1940. His hometown was Hutchinson, Kansas