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1997

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Postma, Don Oral History Interview: Sesquicentennial Of Holland, "150 Stories For 150 Years", Ena Brooks Nov 1997

Postma, Don Oral History Interview: Sesquicentennial Of Holland, "150 Stories For 150 Years", Ena Brooks

Sesquicentennial of Holland, "150 Stories for 150 Years"

No abstract provided.


Selling The Southern Highlands: Tourism And Community Development In The Mountain South, Christopher Brenden Martin Aug 1997

Selling The Southern Highlands: Tourism And Community Development In The Mountain South, Christopher Brenden Martin

Doctoral Dissertations

Focusing on Buncombe County, North Carolina, Blount County, Tennessee, and Sevier County, Tennessee as representative resort areas in the mountain South, this study recognizes tourism as a central factor in the historical development of the region's cultural identity, economy, and landscape. In studying the variant development patterns of resort communities in the southern highlands, it is apparent that tourism has simultaneously produced both continuity and change as well as positive and negative consequences. On the one hand, tourism has often served as a source of economic, cultural, and environmental preservation. Tourism has helped to maintained cultural distinctiveness, historical identity ...


Borgman, Clyde And Kathleen Oral History Interview: Sesquicentennial Of Holland, "150 Stories For 150 Years", Ann Paeth Jul 1997

Borgman, Clyde And Kathleen Oral History Interview: Sesquicentennial Of Holland, "150 Stories For 150 Years", Ann Paeth

Sesquicentennial of Holland, "150 Stories for 150 Years"

No abstract provided.


Demagogery In The Corn Belt: Iowa's Norman Baker, Eric Juhnke Jul 1997

Demagogery In The Corn Belt: Iowa's Norman Baker, Eric Juhnke

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


The Ideology And Politics Of Iowa Common School Reform, 1854-1860, Carroll Engelhardt Jul 1997

The Ideology And Politics Of Iowa Common School Reform, 1854-1860, Carroll Engelhardt

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 46, No. 3, Don Yoder, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Paul R. Wieand, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Herbert H. Beck, Edna Eby Heller, Vincent R. Tortora, Frances Lichten Apr 1997

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 46, No. 3, Don Yoder, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Paul R. Wieand, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Herbert H. Beck, Edna Eby Heller, Vincent R. Tortora, Frances Lichten

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Two Worlds in the Dutch Country
• Belsnickel Lore
• Carpet-Rag Parties
• Quilting Traditions in the Dutch Country
• Lititz
• Lititz Specialties
• Amish Funerals
• Pennsylvania Redware
• Scratch-Carved Easter Eggs
• Fractur From the Hostetter Collection


Lanthorn, Vol. 31, No. 26, March 20, 1997, Grand Valley State University Mar 1997

Lanthorn, Vol. 31, No. 26, March 20, 1997, Grand Valley State University

Volume 31, July 18, 1996 - April 17, 1997

Lanthorn is Grand Valley State's student newspaper, published from 1968 to the present.


Counihan, Jerry Oral History Interview: Sesquicentennial Of Holland, "150 Stories For 150 Years", Annette Daly Mar 1997

Counihan, Jerry Oral History Interview: Sesquicentennial Of Holland, "150 Stories For 150 Years", Annette Daly

Sesquicentennial of Holland, "150 Stories for 150 Years"

No abstract provided.


Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind: Recovering The History Of Cockfighting In Kentucky, Joseph R. Jones Jan 1997

Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind: Recovering The History Of Cockfighting In Kentucky, Joseph R. Jones

The Kentucky Review

No abstract provided.


07 Notes On The History Of The West Chester Railroad 1883-1893, James Jones, David Flogaus, Kelly Kulp-Bosler, Mike Wolford, Bob Gialanella, Daniel Cleary, John Morrison, Scott Harre, Robert Troutman, Nicole Bowman, Karin Flippin, Mary Kurtak, Kelly Mcveigh, Wendy Smoker, Brian Toombes, Don Callander Jan 1997

07 Notes On The History Of The West Chester Railroad 1883-1893, James Jones, David Flogaus, Kelly Kulp-Bosler, Mike Wolford, Bob Gialanella, Daniel Cleary, John Morrison, Scott Harre, Robert Troutman, Nicole Bowman, Karin Flippin, Mary Kurtak, Kelly Mcveigh, Wendy Smoker, Brian Toombes, Don Callander

History of West Chester, Pennsylvania

No abstract provided.


04 Miscellaneous Notes On The History Of Streets, Roads And Public Works In Chester County, James Jones, David Flogaus, Kelly Kulp-Bosler, Mike Wolford, Bob Gialanella, Daniel Cleary, John Morrison, Scott Harre, Robert Troutman, Nicole Bowman, Karin Flippin, Mary Kurtak, Kelly Mcveigh, Wendy Smoker, Brian Toombes Jan 1997

04 Miscellaneous Notes On The History Of Streets, Roads And Public Works In Chester County, James Jones, David Flogaus, Kelly Kulp-Bosler, Mike Wolford, Bob Gialanella, Daniel Cleary, John Morrison, Scott Harre, Robert Troutman, Nicole Bowman, Karin Flippin, Mary Kurtak, Kelly Mcveigh, Wendy Smoker, Brian Toombes

History of West Chester, Pennsylvania

No abstract provided.


Adams County History 1997 Jan 1997

Adams County History 1997

Adams County History

No abstract provided.


The Bermudian Creek Tories, James P. Myers Jr. Jan 1997

The Bermudian Creek Tories, James P. Myers Jr.

Adams County History

The history of the American Revolution which most Americans have learned and which is everyday reinforced in the public media is essentially but one of several competing interpretations of that conflict. We rarely think about this, so successfully has that particular history taken root in our culture. Common sense, however, should caution us that the British also possess a version or versions which differ in important ways from ours. The French, our allies during the Revolution, offer yet another construction, one stressing that war's place in their own long history of conflict with Great Britain. And had the northeastern ...


Menorah Review (No. 41, Fall, 1997) Jan 1997

Menorah Review (No. 41, Fall, 1997)

Menorah Review

The Jewish Image in American Fiction -- An Endless Journey? -- A Summer's Game -- The Exilic Home of Jewish Literature -- Book Listing -- Book Briefings


The Legacy Of Wild Bill Hickok: Myth As Historical Model In The North American West, Zachary A. Bulthuis Jan 1997

The Legacy Of Wild Bill Hickok: Myth As Historical Model In The North American West, Zachary A. Bulthuis

Vahe Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors Program, Senior Honors Theses

Just as perspective on the nation's history must not be lost when studying a region, it is necessary to retain the perspective of seeing the West as a whole, even when studying a piece of it. Competing claims of fiction and history, especially primary sources will be considered to further this effort. The development of narrative formulas in the history of the West will be considered, and the predominance of these formulas will show why it is that the fiction of the West should be considered an acceptable source for the western historian. The patterns which can be observed ...


North Carolina Revolutionaries In Arms: The Battle Of King's Mountain, David Scott Dildy Jan 1997

North Carolina Revolutionaries In Arms: The Battle Of King's Mountain, David Scott Dildy

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Robert Francis Kelley And The Eastern European Division Of The State Department: 1917-1933, Agnes Eileen Olsen Jan 1997

Robert Francis Kelley And The Eastern European Division Of The State Department: 1917-1933, Agnes Eileen Olsen

Dissertations and Theses

This study traces the career of Robert Francis Kelley and his influence on American-Russian Relations during the nonrecognition period (1917-1933). The focus of this examination is Kelley's role in formulating, implementing, and sustaining America's anti-communist policy developed and solidified during the 1920s and 1930s. Particular attention is given to the senate recognition hearing of 1924, Kelley's training of future diplomats (George Kennan, Charles Bohlen, et al.), and his contributions to the preparations leading to the United States' recognition of Russia in 1933. Using Kelley's papers and personal correspondence, this study shows the growth of a man ...