ET Seton Institute

About the Webmaster

Dr. Julie Seton has taken on webmaster tasks for the Ernest Thompson Seton Institute.  She is the youngest granddaughter of Ernest Thompson Seton and grew up living in “Seton Castle” on the outskirts of Santa Fe, NM.  In 2015, she republished Seton’s autobiography and gives talks around the US on Seton’s contributions to youth education, Scouting, and nature studies.

Professionally, she owns and operates Indelible Enterprises, LLC, a small consulting company that provides communication-based services and training. For 18 years she worked as a contractor for the government managing programs in the areas of test & evaluation, modeling and simulation, and emergency response. She also spent 15 years teaching communication courses at New Mexico State University.

Dr. Seton earned her doctoral degree in Rhetoric and Professional Communication in 1996 from New Mexico State University.  Her dissertation used Seton’s animal stories as an example of how nature writing can be analyzed for its ability to prompt readers to engage in social action.

Ron Edmonds served as the lead webmaster for The Ernest Thompson Seton Pages until 2017.   In this role, he maintains the site, adds content and responds to inquiries.

He has been a Seton enthusiast for nearly 40 years after first being introduced to Seton, like many millions of people, as a Scout.   His fascination with Seton and his interest in history have combined to lead him to work toward the preservation of Seton’s unique legacy.

He has continued to be involved with the Scout program, serving as a long-time member of the executive board of the Chickasaw Council in Memphis, Tennessee, and as committee chairman for his son’s Scout troop.

Professionally, he serves as president of The Principium Group, Inc., (www.PrincipiumGroup.com) a mergers and acquisitions advisory and business brokerage firm.

 

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  1. Barbara Witemeyer

    Hi, Ron. Julie Seton and I are going to give papers at the NM Historical Society’s conference in Farmington, NM on April 16th. Julie is talking about her grandmother, Julia Moss Buttree Seton, and I am tasked with talking about the College of Indian Wisdom, the camp, its teachers and students.

    Do you have any information I could use? I know you have a bunch of stuff. I have some information but it is rather sketchy. I’ve been up to the Academy and spent a day in the Seton library; David Witt was helpful in giving me boxes of stuff to rummage through and I did get a nice memoir of a trip to the camp. And I have permission from Leila Knox to quote from her book of camp memories The Storyteller. But I only have for certain a handful of staff and a note that there were 42!

    Any help you can give would be more than gratefully received.

    Meanwhile I hope you and yours are happy and healthy. Look forward to hearing from you.
    Blue Sky! Barbara

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