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Irish Law 2002: An Insider's Guide To Notre Dame Law School, Notre Dame Law School Oct 2002

Irish Law 2002: An Insider's Guide To Notre Dame Law School, Notre Dame Law School

About the Law School

To the Notre Dame Law School Class of 2005: Welcome to Notre Dame Law School! We are pleased to be among the first students to welcome you to our community. If you are anything like we were just a few years ago, you probably have plenty of questions about law school, Notre Dame and South Bend. We hope that this guide will give you answers to many of your questions and gives a window into what life at Notre Dame is like. This is an insider's guide because it was written entirely by students. A group of about fifteen ...


"Rosebloom And Pure White," Or So It Seemed, Mary Niall Mitchell Sep 2002

"Rosebloom And Pure White," Or So It Seemed, Mary Niall Mitchell

History Faculty Publications

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Rosebloom And Pure White, Or So It Seemed, Mary Niall Mitchell Aug 2002

Rosebloom And Pure White, Or So It Seemed, Mary Niall Mitchell

Mary Niall Mitchell

No abstract provided.


The Athlete As Hero: Changing Models, Richard C. Crepeau Jul 2002

The Athlete As Hero: Changing Models, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

Like it or not sports figures have become high profile role models and heroes in contemporary popular culture. From the first days of the sport and media mix, sporting heroes were either created or emerged by some natural or unnatural mixing of need and admiration.


Wierenga, Ollie Oral History Interview: History Of Law Enforcement In Holland, Matthew Nickel Jul 2002

Wierenga, Ollie Oral History Interview: History Of Law Enforcement In Holland, Matthew Nickel

History of Law Enforcement in Holland

Police Station during childhood, Skinny VanRy, Small Force, Domestic Incident, Weekend Time, Mexican Jailed, Dog Catcher, Phil Brooks and 7UP, Padnos, Dredging the Channel, Chief VanHofrs Policing Style, Pedestrian accident, Pete Bontekoe, 1932 Bank Robbery, Gillette Brother's Robbery, Diekema. Officer duties, Clocking the Train speed, Communication, Hobos, Lamour and O'Brien in Holland, Lincoln School kids guarded from train tracks, Local courtesies for officers, Ice boats, Polycythemia. Onslow County SheriffPosse, Family, How Ollie became an officer, Donnelly, VanHofPs Police and his nickname "Fleelfoot", Summer roller-skating, Community support. Traffic, Strict community, Rules, How crime has changed, Intuition, Training and learning ...


Footnotes (2002), Department Of History Jul 2002

Footnotes (2002), Department Of History

Footnotes

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The First Battle For Scottish Independence: The Battle Of Dunnichen, A.D. 685., Julie Fox Parsons May 2002

The First Battle For Scottish Independence: The Battle Of Dunnichen, A.D. 685., Julie Fox Parsons

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This study is an examination of the historiography of the ancient-medieval texts that record events related to the Northumbrian and the Pictish royal houses in the seventh century. The Picts, the Scots and the Celtic Britons fell into subjugation under the control of the expansionist Northumbrian kings and remained there for most of the seventh century. Northumbrian expansion was halted by Bridei, king of the picts, when he put down the advancing Northumbrian forces of king Ecgfrith at the Battle of Dunnichen, also known as Nechtansmere, in the year A.D. 685. The outcome of the battle not only stopped ...


At Home In Hartford: Catholic Assertions And Protestant Responses In Mid-19th Century Hartford, Andrew Walsh Jan 2002

At Home In Hartford: Catholic Assertions And Protestant Responses In Mid-19th Century Hartford, Andrew Walsh

Hartford Studies Collection: Papers by Students and Faculty

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In Search Of The Irish Hill Cemetery In Bulloch County, Susan Moody, Dan Good Jan 2002

In Search Of The Irish Hill Cemetery In Bulloch County, Susan Moody, Dan Good

Bulloch County Historical Society Publications

A project by Susan Moody and Dan Good to find and document the Irish cemetery of Bulloch County lore. This paper discusses the findings of the project, explains the methodology used in data collection, and reviews some of the history associated with Irish immigration into Georgia and the Bulloch County area.


Nine Presidents: Character Sketches From Personal Interviews, Thomas Vail Jan 2002

Nine Presidents: Character Sketches From Personal Interviews, Thomas Vail

Cleveland Memory

It has been my privilege to know nine American presidents. These character sketches present my impressions of each of them. (From the Introduction by Thomas Vail, publisher and editor of the Plain Dealer 1963-1991)


"Averse…To Remaining Idle Spectators:" The Emergence Of Loyalist Privateering During The American Revolution, 1775-1778 Volume Ii. Chapter 9 To Conclusion., Richard D. Pougher Jan 2002

"Averse…To Remaining Idle Spectators:" The Emergence Of Loyalist Privateering During The American Revolution, 1775-1778 Volume Ii. Chapter 9 To Conclusion., Richard D. Pougher

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The important topic of loyalist privateering during the American Revolution has remained unaddressed. The intention of this study is to examine the activity's developmental period between 1775-1778. Relying predominantly on primary source materials such as newspapers, admiralty court records, ships papers, correspondence, memorials, diaries, journals, and minute, account, and log books, this work analyzes the participants and assesses their role in the war. There are three key focuses. The first is on the activities of loyalist mariners during the war's first half, prior to official recognition of privateering by the British. Loyalist service on various types of vessels ...


Volume 29, Issue 2 Jan 2002

Volume 29, Issue 2

History of Anthropology Newsletter

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Claremont Cameos: Women Teachers And The Building Of Social Capital In Australia, Lynne Hunt, Janina Trotman Jan 2002

Claremont Cameos: Women Teachers And The Building Of Social Capital In Australia, Lynne Hunt, Janina Trotman

ECU Publications Pre. 2011

The centenary of Edith Cowan University is a significant event in the history of Western Australia: it celebrates the opening of the State's first tertiary institution, Claremont Teachers' College, in 1902. Being a primary teachers' college, most of its students were young women. This book, Claremont Cameos, tells their story. It is a storyline that stretches from the 'Stolen Generation' of Aboriginal children to Freud; it touches on the discovery of rare orchids and recounts the development of a fashion empire. Environmentalism, feminism, discrimination, resistance and commitment form part of the fabric of the book. The women's stories ...


2002 Ruby, Aki Watanuki, Katie Leigh Shearer, Brandy Dell, Ursinus College Senior Class Jan 2002

2002 Ruby, Aki Watanuki, Katie Leigh Shearer, Brandy Dell, Ursinus College Senior Class

The Ruby Yearbooks

A digitized copy of the 2002 Ruby