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The Civil Rights Movement: What Progress Has Been Made Since The 1950s?, James J. Schroeder Aug 2012

The Civil Rights Movement: What Progress Has Been Made Since The 1950s?, James J. Schroeder

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The study of United States history, Post Civil War Reconstruction and the emerging Jim Crow Era in particular, brings into sharp focus the great divide – between races and ideologies. Stories of inequality, brutality, struggle and hardship abound, and students, researchers, and educators continue to examine and explore the many implications of the “house divided.” The Supreme Court, Federal Government, and general society, especially in the southern states, launched a systematic campaign of regression and oppression that would span decades and lead to the modern Civil Rights Movement in the 1950’s. This thesis project examines and uncovers an era of ...


Northeast Woodland Native American Warfare & The Iroquois Response To The Colonial Era, Andrew Thomas Ehnot Aug 2012

Northeast Woodland Native American Warfare & The Iroquois Response To The Colonial Era, Andrew Thomas Ehnot

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The Iroquois are the second most studied native group in U.S. history behind the Navajo. They played a major role in the development of the United States, both geographically and politically. Given their importance, I wanted the capstone of three years of graduate studies to be centered on them and the teaching of Iroquois history.

My project’s aim was to first outline the way the Iroquois and other Northeast Woodland Native Americans fought wars before European contact, and then discuss how the Iroquois responded to the colonial era. The first part of my project is a simple historiography ...


Through Grace And Grit: Northern Women's Contributions To The American Civil War, Amelia Luel Morgan May 2012

Through Grace And Grit: Northern Women's Contributions To The American Civil War, Amelia Luel Morgan

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

Women’s accomplishments have often been an undervalued if not forgotten part of the American Civil War. This research project discusses the role of Northern women in the war; not only the expected but also the unexpected roles they performed, some as diverse as nurse, spy, musician, and soldier. Women served on and near the battlefield, at home, in the city and countryside, dedicated to the war effort. This paper gives testament to their commitment and sacrifice. The first section of the project offers a historiography of several women as they crossed traditional gender boundaries and served alongside their male ...