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Braking Partners And Breaking Ground: Women Working On The Southern Pacific Railroad, Linda Niemann May 1990

Braking Partners And Breaking Ground: Women Working On The Southern Pacific Railroad, Linda Niemann

Linda G. Niemann

No abstract provided.


Prehistoric Eye Disease (Trachoma?) In Australian Aborigines, Steve Webb Dec 1989

Prehistoric Eye Disease (Trachoma?) In Australian Aborigines, Steve Webb

Steve Webb

This paper discusses an as yet undescribed lesion of the orbit in Australian Aboriginal skeletal populations. The rather high frequency and geographical distribution of the lesion suggests an association with a common, chronic eye infection. Using differential diagnosis to eleminate a variety of ophthalmic conditions, it is proposed that chronic trachoma may be a possible causative agent. Distribution of the lesion follows that of trachoma among contemporary Aboriginal people, with the highest frequencies occurring in the hotter, arid portions of the Australian continent. It is positively correlated with age, with higher frequencies in older people; it is almost completely absent ...


Frontier Theses: Exit, Voice, And Loyalty In East Germany, Rogers Brubaker Dec 1989

Frontier Theses: Exit, Voice, And Loyalty In East Germany, Rogers Brubaker

Rogers Brubaker

No abstract provided.


Origins And Conceptualization Of Critical Care Nursing In A University Hospital, Pg, Principal Investigator, $2,200, American Nurses’ Foundation, American Organization Of Nurse Executives, Julie Fairman Dec 1989

Origins And Conceptualization Of Critical Care Nursing In A University Hospital, Pg, Principal Investigator, $2,200, American Nurses’ Foundation, American Organization Of Nurse Executives, Julie Fairman

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.