Welcome to Morgan, Angel & Associates
For more than thirty years, Morgan, Angel & Associates has been a recognized leader in historical and public policy research and analysis, expert testimony and reports, and litigation consultation in a broad range of areas.
We are a team of professional historians, skilled archival researchers, and experienced expert witnesses who can testify in both depth and broad context regarding past events, specific government policies, and the legislative intent behind particular statutes. We also provide expert research and reporting to facilitate regulatory compliance in certain specialized areas. We serve a diverse clientele, including federal agencies, state and local governments, Native American tribes, and private law firms.
Please explore our areas of expertise, listed at left, to learn more about our strengths, experience, and how we can serve you.
Morgan Angel in the News:
On June 20, 2014, Kristen and Robert Autobee participated in the unveiling ceremony of two interpretive kiosks detailing the construction and history of the Eisenhower-Johnson Memorial Tunnel. The Autobees wrote the text and selected the images for the two kiosks, located at the Georgetown Visitors Center and at the Dillon Overlook, as part of a project financed by the Colorado State Historic Fund.
The Chaffee County (Colorado) Heritage Area Advisory Board celebrated the recent designation of Brown's Canyon Bridge to the National Register of Historic Places. Robert Autobee spoke on the engineering and historic significance of the bridge at a ceremony held on July 10, 2014. Constructed over the Arkansas River in 1908, Brown's Canyon is one of the oldest road bridges still standing in Colorado. Please click on the link to the Salida's Mountain Mail newspaper for further details:
Robert Autobee spoke on researching irrigation records in his presentation, “Ebb and Flow: Caught in the Currents of Water Research,” at the Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists Conference at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, on September 20, 2013.
Dr. Charles Jacobson wrote the introduction and co-conducted an oral history interview with Robert Albee, former Director of Construction Services for the Boston Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel (Big Dig) Project. Co-conducted by Dr. Jacobson and Ms. Julia Howington, the interview was a joint project of the Public Works Historical Society and the Moakley Archive and Institute of Suffolk University and can be found at Oral History Interview with Robert Albee.
Dr. Michael Lawson gave a presentation entitled “The Closest Scrutiny: Aspects of Researching Native American History” at the Annual Meeting of the National Council on Public History in Ottawa, Canada on April 19, 2013.
Dr. Jay Brigham recently authored the “Public Utilities (Federal Policy)” entry in the Oxford University Encyclopedia of American Political, Policy and Legal History New York: Oxford University Press).