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1991

Carroll College

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A History Of Camp Rupert: Removing The Nationality Stereotypes During World War Ii, Colin Irvine Apr 1991

A History Of Camp Rupert: Removing The Nationality Stereotypes During World War Ii, Colin Irvine

History Undergraduate Theses

On 21 October 1943, a headline in the weekly Minidoka County News announced the following: "October 27 Set for the Official Opening of Prisoner Camp: Public Invited to Flag Raising Event and to Inspect Camp Near Rupert." 1 During World War II, this announcement publicized the government's plans to keep foreign prisoners of war near Rupert, Idaho. The local community, made up predominantly of farmers, anxiously anticipated the arrival of these prisoners. The majority of Americans were united in their support for the war and, as was the case near Rupert, in their need for labor. When Camp Rupert ...


The Impact Of Progressivism On Montana: The Child Labor Law And The Establishment Of Juvenile Courts, Julie Greenheck Apr 1991

The Impact Of Progressivism On Montana: The Child Labor Law And The Establishment Of Juvenile Courts, Julie Greenheck

History Undergraduate Theses

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The Ku Klux Klan In Montana During The 1920s, Anne Sturdevant Apr 1991

The Ku Klux Klan In Montana During The 1920s, Anne Sturdevant

History Undergraduate Theses

The Ku Klux Klan was an impressive force in Montana during the 1920s. There were nearly 3,000 Klan members in at least 46 different Klan chapters throughout Montana. The most significant aspects of the Montana Klan included its opposition to many immigrant groups in the state, its involvement in key political issues, and the Klan leaders' use of the fraternal order to lure many Montanans into the organization by playing on their personal insecurities. In order to understand the dynamics of the Klan in Montana during the 1920s, however, it is important to examine the Klan at the national ...


The Ku Klux Klan In Montana During The 1920s, Anne Sturdevant Apr 1991

The Ku Klux Klan In Montana During The 1920s, Anne Sturdevant

History Undergraduate Theses

The Ku Klux Klan was an impressive force in Montana during the 1920s. There were nearly 3,000 Klan members in at least 46 different Klan chapters throughout Montana. The most significant aspects of the Montana Klan included its opposition to many immigrant groups in the state, its involvement in key political issues, and the Klan leaders' use of the fraternal order to lure many Montanans into the organization by playing on their personal insecurities. In order to understand the dynamics of the Klan in Montana during the 1920s, however, it is important to examine the Klan at the national ...