Awards

The Potomac Corral established the Jeff C. Dykes Memorial Award in 1990 to recognize notable contributions to Western affairs and to honor the memory of Jefferson Chenoweth Dykes, a prominent and figure in study and promotion the American West and a founding member of the Potomac Corral. The Potomac Corral presents this award annually to a person or persons determined by a committee appointed by the Sheriff to have made significant contributions to the understanding and promotion of Western affairs.

While the club has been on hiatus, the Dykes Award has not been awarded. We hope to revive this award in the future.

Recipients of the Potomac Corral‘s
Jeff C. Dykes Memorial Award

2010
Edward Angel, Morgan, Angel, and Associates
2009
Michael J. Brodhead, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
2008
Nancy Anderson, National Gallery of Art
2007
R. David Edmunds, University of Texas at Dallas
2006
Bradley Patterson, Brookings Institution
2005
Peter Iverson, University of Arizona
2004
John Porter Bloom, University of the Pacific
2003
Fred Nicklason, University of Maryland
2002
William Morgan, Morgan Angel & Associates
2001
Ralph Ehrenberg, Library of Congress
2000
Joseph Medicine Crow, Crow Indian Tribe
1999
Robert Kvasnicka, National Archives
1998
Francis Paul Prucha, Marquette University
1997
Robert Utley, National Park Service
1996
Herman Viola, National Museum of Natural History
1995
Frank Goodwyn, University of Maryland
1994
Herbert Hart, U.S. Marine Corps
1993
Wayne Rasmussen, U.S. Department of Agriculture
1992
Paul Scheips, U.S. Army Center of Military History
1991
John Ewers, National Museum of Natural History
1990
William Gardner Bell, U.S. Center for Military History
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