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A Mid- To Late- 18th Century Ohio River Flatboat Near Mound City, Illinois, 2010 Murray State University

A Mid- To Late- 18th Century Ohio River Flatboat Near Mound City, Illinois

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

A Mid- to Late- 18th Century Ohio River Flatboat Near Mound City, Illinois

Kenneth C. Carstens


George Luther Draffen, 2010 Murray State University

George Luther Draffen

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

George Luther Draffen

Bobbie Foust


I Know This Because....A Medical Community's Service To One Family, 2010 Murray State University

I Know This Because....A Medical Community's Service To One Family

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

I Know This Because....A Medical Community's Service to One Family

Cecelia Edwards, MS


Never Again!, 2010 Murray State University

Never Again!

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

Never Again!

Beverly Taylor


Called To Put Their "Boots To The Floor", 2010 Murray State University

Called To Put Their "Boots To The Floor"

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

Called to Put Their "Boots to the Floor"

Lillian Robertson


In Memoriam, 2010 Murray State University

In Memoriam

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

In Memoriam

Sarah Strange


When That Day Comes, 2010 Murray State University

When That Day Comes

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

When That Day Comes

R. Charles Blair


Richard E. Davis' Final Journalistic Years. 1964-1967, In Trenton, Tennessee, 2010 Murray State University

Richard E. Davis' Final Journalistic Years. 1964-1967, In Trenton, Tennessee

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

Richard E. Davis' Final Journalistic Years, 1964-1967, in Trenton, Tennessee

Marvin Downing


A Wonderful Valedictory, 2010 Murray State University

A Wonderful Valedictory

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

A Wonderful Valedictory

Richard E. Davis


Maggie Steed's Story, 2010 Murray State University

Maggie Steed's Story

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

Maggie Steed's Story

Betty Dobson


History Of The Murray Fire Department, 2010 Murray State University

History Of The Murray Fire Department

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

History of the Murray Fire Department

Murray Fire Department Personnel


The Soldiers Wish, 2010 Murray State University

The Soldiers Wish

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

The Soldiers Wish

Private N. M. Robertson


Correction To A 2009 Journal Article: "History: A Fulton County Kentucky Chapter", 2010 Murray State University

Correction To A 2009 Journal Article: "History: A Fulton County Kentucky Chapter"

Jackson Purchase Historical Society

Correction to a 2009 Journal Article: "History: A Fulton County Kentucky Chapter"

Sarah Strange


An Evangelical Lutheran Presence: A Retreat For Congregational Elders, Mark Steiner 2010 Concordia Seminary, St. Louis

An Evangelical Lutheran Presence: A Retreat For Congregational Elders, Mark Steiner

Other Student Publications

The purpose of Even unto Death: The Spiritual Armory of the Evangelical Lutheran Church is to serve as a resource for Lutheran congregations to understand what it means to be Lutheran and why it matters in our spiritual warfare. Similarly, the purpose of this retreat is to assist congregational elders in evaluating the practices and activities of their congregations to determine if they bear faithful witness to the teachings of Scripture. I recommend congregational elders first complete Even to Death before engaging in the retreat.


“We Live At A Great Distance From The Church”: Cartographic Strategies Of The Shakers, 1805-1835, Carol Medlicott 2010 Hamilton College

“We Live At A Great Distance From The Church”: Cartographic Strategies Of The Shakers, 1805-1835, Carol Medlicott

American Communal Societies Quarterly

While Shakerism was spreading in the several decades following the 1780s, America itself was also expanding territorially. Just as America’s territorial expansion was the stimulus for map-making, Shaker expansion produced a need for maps and for the skills of the surveyor and the cartographer. The Shaker movement was long distinctive among American utopian sects, in that it attempted to encompass a large number of communities arrayed across a thousand miles of geographic distance. This expansive geographic structure produced an array of interesting and contradictory strategies among the Shakers. Even while leading Shakers expressed doubt about the appropriateness of geography ...


Grand Valley Magazine, Vol. 10, No. 1 Summer 2010, Grand Valley State University 2010 Grand Valley State University

Grand Valley Magazine, Vol. 10, No. 1 Summer 2010, Grand Valley State University

Grand Valley Magazine

Grand Valley Magazine is a quarterly publication about Grand Valley State University produced by University Communications since 2001.


Colonel Utley's Emancipation - Or, How Lincoln Offered To Buy A Slave, Jerrica A. Giles, Allen C. Guelzo 2010 Gettysburg Semester

Colonel Utley's Emancipation - Or, How Lincoln Offered To Buy A Slave, Jerrica A. Giles, Allen C. Guelzo

Civil War Era Studies Faculty Publications

The reputation of Abraham Lincoln has see-sawed over the last half-century on the fulcrum of race, and the results have not been happy for that reputation. As Gerald Prokopowicz has written, "the big question" about Lincoln and slavery runs today like this: "Was Lincoln really the Great Emancipator that we have traditionally been brought up to admire, or was he just a clever, lying, racist, white male politician who had no interest in the well-being of black America other than when it served his political interests?" No longer is it necessary, as one historian has wryly remarked, for politicians to ...


Empire, Eschatology And Stolen Land, Allen G. Jorgenson 2010 Waterloo Lutheran Seminary

Empire, Eschatology And Stolen Land, Allen G. Jorgenson

Luther Faculty Publications

In this article I propose that empire be countered by a revised understanding of eschatology. I first explore the idea of an eschatology of space, wherein the notion of eschatos as limit is advanced. I then revisit a temporal understanding of eschatology illumining the theme of the pause, or rest. This Sabbath theme, in concert with attentiveness to space, is then brought to bear upon the primal North American experience of empire: the expropriation of aboriginal lands.


How Should Feminist Autonomy Theorists Respond To The Problem Of Internalized Oppression?, Sonya Charles 2010 Cleveland State University

How Should Feminist Autonomy Theorists Respond To The Problem Of Internalized Oppression?, Sonya Charles

Philosophy & Comparative Religion Department Faculty Publications

In "Autonomy and the Feminist Intuition," Natalie Stoljar asks whether a procedural or a substantive approach to autonomy is best for addressing feminist concerns. In this paper, I build on Stoljar's argument that feminists should adopt a strong substantive approach to autonomy. After briefly reviewing the problems with a purely procedural approach, I begin to articulate my own strong substantive theory by focusing specifically on the problem of internalized oppression. In the final section, I briefly address some of the concerns raised by procedural theorists who are leery of a substantive approach.


Pressing The Public: Nineteenth-Century Feminist Periodicals And “The Press”, Maria DiCenzo 2010 Wilfrid Laurier University

Pressing The Public: Nineteenth-Century Feminist Periodicals And “The Press”, Maria Dicenzo

English and Film Studies Faculty Publications

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