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Shaping Histories, Terry Irving, Rowan Cahill Aug 2014

Shaping Histories, Terry Irving, Rowan Cahill

Terry Irving

An account by Irving and Cahill of their developments as historians in Australia during the Cold War. This article was written in response to questions by researchers about the authors' political/historical developments and involvements, particularly as New Left historians.


"Labour History And Its Political Role - A New Landscape, Terry Irving Jan 2014

"Labour History And Its Political Role - A New Landscape, Terry Irving

Terence H Irving, Dr (Terry)

This address to a centenary issue forum for the Australian journal, "Labour History", focused on the political role of the journal in academic circles. It discussed the politics involved in the journal's foundation and the political implications of the redefinition of its field by Van der Linden, especially his use of the distinction between labour as toil and creative work. It is also a distinction made by recent 'autonomist' theorists. The article concludes by recommending that the journal should drop its present subtitle; that labour historians should pay more attention to the theoretical discussions of (working) class, multitude and ...


Shaping Histories, Terry Irving, Rowan Cahill Jan 2014

Shaping Histories, Terry Irving, Rowan Cahill

Terence H Irving, Dr (Terry)

An account by Irving and Cahill of their developments as historians in Australia during the Cold War. This article was written in response to questions by researchers about the authors' political/historical developments and involvements, particularly as New Left historians.


Women's Professional Basketball Collection, 1948-2013 Dec 2013

Women's Professional Basketball Collection, 1948-2013

Finding aids

This collection contains programs, tickets, schedules, photographs, correspondence, printed ephemera, and diaries, that shed light on several Arkansas women who played professional basketball from 1948 through the 1970's. The collection also includes oral histories with Patricia Ann and Betty Lou Johnson, Leeona Eveans Overturf, Joan Rupp, and Linda Yearby.


Arkansas Department Of Information Systems Records, 1994-2013 Dec 2013

Arkansas Department Of Information Systems Records, 1994-2013

Finding aids

This collection contains annual reports, strategic plans, and other agency publications from the Arkansas Department of Information Systems.


Department Of Arkansas Heritage: Central Office Records, 2001-2013 Dec 2013

Department Of Arkansas Heritage: Central Office Records, 2001-2013

Finding aids

This collection is comprised of various materials, including videos, pamphlets, reports, and photographic materials, from the Department of Arkansas Heritage and its agencies that promote the department, the agency, or aspects of Arkansas history, culture, and/or heritage.


Snodgrass Family Collection, 1907-2013 Dec 2013

Snodgrass Family Collection, 1907-2013

Finding aids

The collection contains a scrapbook and loose material from the scrapbook consisting of newspaper clippings, commencement invitations, correspondence, programs, schedules, and medical school journals, which belonged to William A. Snodgrass. It also contains photocopies of research done on Andrew Jackson Snodgrass and other members of the Snodgrass family, and an original United Confederate Veterans certificate for Andrew Jackson Snodgrass. The collection also contains military research on WWI completed by Phillip A. Snodgrass and correspondence related to William A. Snodgrass's work as Director of the American Red Cross Hospital Unit T.


Arkansas State University Collection, 1979-2013 Dec 2013

Arkansas State University Collection, 1979-2013

NEARA finding aids

This collection contains two alumni directories and five school annuals.


Germs, Pigs And Silver: King Philip's War And The Deconstruction Of The Middle Ground In New England, Benjamin M. Roine Dec 2013

Germs, Pigs And Silver: King Philip's War And The Deconstruction Of The Middle Ground In New England, Benjamin M. Roine

Graduate Masters Theses

Early in the seventeenth century Algonquians peoples of southern New England and English colonists built a middle ground which benefitted both groups. Trade, the existence of competition from Dutch and French colonies and powerful Algonquian tribes maintained this middle ground. However, as trade items, such as beaver pelts and wampum became rare or lost value and continued English immigration to New England weakened Dutch claims to the area, the middle ground began to crumble. As English-style farms and livestock changed the ecology of New England and the colonists sought to assert their will, Algonquians lost the ability to live as ...


Assessing The Legacy Of The Ottoman Reform Of 1856: Possibilities, Impossibilities, And Situational Changes In Religious Freedom, Heather J. Sharkey Dec 2013

Assessing The Legacy Of The Ottoman Reform Of 1856: Possibilities, Impossibilities, And Situational Changes In Religious Freedom, Heather J. Sharkey

Departmental Papers (NELC)

No abstract provided.


Machine Shop Safety Program, University Of Maine System Dec 2013

Machine Shop Safety Program, University Of Maine System

General University of Maine Publications

The University of Maine System's Machine Shop Safety Program.


Obituary; 2013-12-28; Hollins, Walter, Hopewell Baptist Church Dec 2013

Obituary; 2013-12-28; Hollins, Walter, Hopewell Baptist Church

Hopewell Baptist Church

No abstract provided.


Halfway Out Of The Dark: Christmas 1863, John M. Rudy Dec 2013

Halfway Out Of The Dark: Christmas 1863, John M. Rudy

Interpreting the Civil War: Connecting the Civil War to the American Public

A note received any day letting you know a son is gravely wounded is horrible. Receiving it on the first day of December is particularly horrible. In this month of gathering together, hearing your son is suffering can't be cheering. [excerpt]


Tarnish'd With Ashes And Soot: A Classic Poem’S Dank Corners, John M. Rudy Dec 2013

Tarnish'd With Ashes And Soot: A Classic Poem’S Dank Corners, John M. Rudy

Interpreting the Civil War: Connecting the Civil War to the American Public

The legend is striking: Clement Clarke Moore, sitting with his children on a Christmas Eve in 1822, reading them a poem he has scrawled out that day, inspired by a winter shopping trip. Little Charity and Mary were likely entranced at six and three. Clement, a one-year-old, and Emily, a newborn, likely weren’t as enrapt by the lilting rhymes.

The poem for Moore’s children found new life a year later, published in a Troy, New York newspaper. And since then, A Visit From Saint Nicholas has been embedded in our culture. [excerpt]


Lindisfarne Gospels: The Saint John's Bible Linked To Earliest Christian Communities, Michael Hemesath Dec 2013

Lindisfarne Gospels: The Saint John's Bible Linked To Earliest Christian Communities, Michael Hemesath

Administration Publications

No abstract provided.


Atlantic Practices: Minding The Gap Between Literature And History, Elizabeth Dillon Dec 2013

Atlantic Practices: Minding The Gap Between Literature And History, Elizabeth Dillon

Elizabeth Maddock Dillon

No abstract provided.


Realization: Reflections On The 150th, Bryan G. Caswell Dec 2013

Realization: Reflections On The 150th, Bryan G. Caswell

The Gettysburg Compiler: On the Front Lines of History

Though my own musings have led me to doubt the traditional interpretation of the Battle of Gettysburg’s military importance, I still hold Gettysburg to be the greatest battle of the American Civil War, without question worthy and deserving of continued study. In order to reconcile these two points of view I pondered further, attempting to unearth other, less-thought-of reasons for the importance of the Battle of Gettysburg to the course of the American Civil War. [excerpt]


Last Known Tomorrow, Larry J. Wormington Dec 2013

Last Known Tomorrow, Larry J. Wormington

University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations

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Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Media, His Physical Image, And Teaching Implications, Eric R. Waples Dec 2013

Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Media, His Physical Image, And Teaching Implications, Eric R. Waples

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

This thesis consists of three distinct chapters, each with a focus on the general theme of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the media, and his image. Chapter I is a historiography that traces the scholarly discussion of Roosevelt and the media from the late 1970s until the early 21st century. It argues that there was a shift in research that occurred in the 1980s. Where scholarship originally focused intently on how FDR used the media to run the country, it transitioned towards an exclusive concentration on how he used the media to minimize the public’s perception of his disability. Chapter ...


Knights, Dudes, And Shadow Steeds: Late Victorian Culture And The Early Cycling Clubs Of New Orleans, 1881-1891, Lacar E. Musgrove Dec 2013

Knights, Dudes, And Shadow Steeds: Late Victorian Culture And The Early Cycling Clubs Of New Orleans, 1881-1891, Lacar E. Musgrove

University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations

In the 1880s, two cycling clubs formed in New Orleans—the New Orleans Bicycle Club in 1881 and the Louisiana Cycling Club in 1887. These clubs were institutions of Victorian middle class culture that, like other athletic clubs, arose from the conditions of urban modernity and Victorian class anxieties. The NOBC, like other American cycling clubs, conformed to Victorian values of order and respectability. The attitudes and activities of the LCC, whose membership was younger, reflected instead a counter-Victorian ethos. This paper examines these two clubs in the context of late Victorian culture in New Orleans as it responded both ...


Bacteria And Politics: The Application Of Science To The Yellow Fever Crisis In Reconstruction New Orleans, Polly M. Rolman-Smith Dec 2013

Bacteria And Politics: The Application Of Science To The Yellow Fever Crisis In Reconstruction New Orleans, Polly M. Rolman-Smith

University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations

The emergence of germ theory during the nineteenth century transformed Western medicine. By the 1870s, public health officials in the American South used germ theory to promote sanitation efforts to control public health crises, such as yellow fever epidemics. Before the discovery of mosquito transmission of yellow fever, physicians of the late nineteenth century believed the disease was spread by a highly contagious germ. Prominent medical practitioners of New Orleans, such as Confederate Army veteran Dr. Joseph Jones, used available scientific knowledge and investigation to attempt to control yellow fever during the Reconstruction period, a period rife with political and ...


And With The Sound The Carols Drowned: Captives In Bleak December, John M. Rudy Dec 2013

And With The Sound The Carols Drowned: Captives In Bleak December, John M. Rudy

Interpreting the Civil War: Connecting the Civil War to the American Public

Christmas was coming, and a knot of officers of the 87th Pennsylvania suddenly found their December a bit brighter. Nine boxes had been sent along to the officers, packed to the brim with, "all kinds of necessaries and delicacies, such as will be conducive to our comfort and health while in our present condition." And the soldiers were pleased.

Any soldier would be pleased to have a pair of warm socks, a stack of stationary or a can of preserved vegetables from home. But these men were doubly pleased.

The letter of gratitude they wrote to the Gettysburg Compiler was ...


Happiness: Faith, Family, Friends And Work, Michael Hemesath Dec 2013

Happiness: Faith, Family, Friends And Work, Michael Hemesath

Administration Publications

No abstract provided.


Prohibition Era Rochester: A Family Affair, Russell G. Hendrick Dec 2013

Prohibition Era Rochester: A Family Affair, Russell G. Hendrick

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

This project researched the largely overlooked historical topic of Rochester, NY during the Prohibition Era. It draws upon a wide variety of sources, including oral history from the author’s family who were directly involved in the illegal sale of alcohol in Rochester. These stories offer unique insight into the heretofore-undocumented side of the speakeasy operators. The combination of oral history and more traditional research offers a diverse interpretation of Rochester NY during the Prohibition Era. The project also includes a historiography of research on Prohibition in general and Rochester specifically as well as a DBQ designed for 8th ...


‘Maybe It Was Too Much To Expect In Those Days’: The Changing Lifestyles Of Barnard’S First Female Students, Jennifer Prevete Fcrh '12 Dec 2013

‘Maybe It Was Too Much To Expect In Those Days’: The Changing Lifestyles Of Barnard’S First Female Students, Jennifer Prevete Fcrh '12

The Fordham Undergraduate Research Journal

From 1890 to 1920 higher education witnessed a marked increase in female matriculation among select East Coast institutions. This paper explores the personal narratives of these pioneering women to illustrate how societal forces strongly influenced these women’s college experiences. Existing discourse emphasizes the difficulties female university students faced as they tried to pursue both careers and families. Scholars claim that an unusual number of college-educated women did not marry or married at a later age. This paper examines first-hand perspectives drawn from the Barnard College Archives to supplement current secondary data. Alumnae biographical questionnaires reveal how women reconciled opportunities ...


Editor's Note, James L. Yarnall Dec 2013

Editor's Note, James L. Yarnall

Newport History

This special double issue of Newport History, produced to honor the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, presents seven texts previously published and all related to the French presence in Newport from 1778 to 1781. Editorial commentaries appear in the footnotes for each anthology text set off by square brackets and the tag "-ed." Brief biographies of authors also appear in this format at the start of the notes for individual articles. The name authority at the rear of this issue provides consistent information on the most commonly accepted spellings and life dates ...


Mussolini, Romano. My Father, Il Duce: A Memoir By Mussolini’S Son. Carlsbad, Ca: Kales Press (Distributed By W. W. Norton), 2006., Sarah Sullivan Fcrh '12 Dec 2013

Mussolini, Romano. My Father, Il Duce: A Memoir By Mussolini’S Son. Carlsbad, Ca: Kales Press (Distributed By W. W. Norton), 2006., Sarah Sullivan Fcrh '12

The Fordham Undergraduate Research Journal

Written by the son of 20th-century dictator Benito Mussolini, this story is of a son’s unreserved, blind love for his father—even if his father had been a fascist monster responsible for the slaughter of millions— makes for a complicated and conflicted memoir, which quickly became a bestseller in Italy.


Examination: Reflections On The 150th, Bryan G. Caswell Dec 2013

Examination: Reflections On The 150th, Bryan G. Caswell

The Gettysburg Compiler: On the Front Lines of History

Gettysburg, the first three days of July, 1863. An epic clash of titans sways back and forth across the fields and hills of this small Pennsylvania town. The two armies who fought here left in their wake over fifty thousand men broken in three days of combat, and the significance of their actions to the course of the American Civil War has rarely been doubted. The Union’s victory at Gettysburg put a halt to Robert E. Lee’s second invasion of the North, an invasion that could have broken the Northern civilians’ will to continue prosecuting the war. The ...


"We Must Shout The Truth To The Rooftops:” Gisèle Halimi, Djamila Boupacha, And Sexual Politics In The Algerian War Of Independence, Ryan Kunkle Dec 2013

"We Must Shout The Truth To The Rooftops:” Gisèle Halimi, Djamila Boupacha, And Sexual Politics In The Algerian War Of Independence, Ryan Kunkle

Iowa Historical Review

No abstract provided.


Front Matter, The Iowa Historical Review, V.4 Iss. 1, Fall 2013 Dec 2013

Front Matter, The Iowa Historical Review, V.4 Iss. 1, Fall 2013

Iowa Historical Review

No abstract provided.