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Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

United States History

1987

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The Legacies Of King Philip's War In The Massachusetts Bay Colony, Michael J. Puglisi Jan 1987

The Legacies Of King Philip's War In The Massachusetts Bay Colony, Michael J. Puglisi

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When King Philip's War erupted in the summer of 1675, the New England colonies entered a quarter-century of almost constant trial and tension. Colonial leaders consistently interpreted each successive crisis and the lingering legacies as warnings from God against backsliding and sin. Interpreting the causes of the colonies' troubles was just the beginning of the struggle, however; understanding, solving, and learning from the trials of the period represented the ongoing challenge for the future of the New England mission.;The most obvious victims of King Philip's War were the natives of the colony. Even the Praying Indians who ...


The Fulling Mill At Mountain Falls, Virginia: A N Ethnographic History, Cassandra Faye Richard Jan 1987

The Fulling Mill At Mountain Falls, Virginia: A N Ethnographic History, Cassandra Faye Richard

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No abstract provided.


Care Of The Poor In Elizabeth River Parish, Norfolk County, Va 1749-1761, Cecile G. Glendening Jan 1987

Care Of The Poor In Elizabeth River Parish, Norfolk County, Va 1749-1761, Cecile G. Glendening

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No abstract provided.


Economic Survival In Colorado Before And After The Silver Crash Of 1893, Sarah S. Brophy Jan 1987

Economic Survival In Colorado Before And After The Silver Crash Of 1893, Sarah S. Brophy

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No abstract provided.


The Page Family Of Rosewell And Mannsfield: A Study In Economic Decline, Betty Crowe. Leviner Jan 1987

The Page Family Of Rosewell And Mannsfield: A Study In Economic Decline, Betty Crowe. Leviner

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No abstract provided.


"Peopling The Western Country": A Study Of Migration From Augusta County, Virginia, To Kentucky, 1777-1800, Wendy Sacket Jan 1987

"Peopling The Western Country": A Study Of Migration From Augusta County, Virginia, To Kentucky, 1777-1800, Wendy Sacket

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No abstract provided.


"Six Nations Of Ignorant Savages": Benjamin Franklin And The Iroquois League Of Nations, Nancy Dieter Egloff Jan 1987

"Six Nations Of Ignorant Savages": Benjamin Franklin And The Iroquois League Of Nations, Nancy Dieter Egloff

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No abstract provided.


Nobody's Children: The Treatment Of Illegitimate Children In Three North Carolina Counties, 1760-1790, Lynne Howard Frazer Jan 1987

Nobody's Children: The Treatment Of Illegitimate Children In Three North Carolina Counties, 1760-1790, Lynne Howard Frazer

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No abstract provided.


The Concept Of Human Nature In New England, Jerry Dean Weber Jan 1987

The Concept Of Human Nature In New England, Jerry Dean Weber

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No abstract provided.


The Foreign Policy Of John Quincy Adams: A Study In Lockean Synthesis, Carl Anthony Hinton Jan 1987

The Foreign Policy Of John Quincy Adams: A Study In Lockean Synthesis, Carl Anthony Hinton

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No abstract provided.


Stretching The Bounds: Lady Jean Skipwith, Mistress Of Prestwould, 1748-1826, Lisa Ann Flick Jan 1987

Stretching The Bounds: Lady Jean Skipwith, Mistress Of Prestwould, 1748-1826, Lisa Ann Flick

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No abstract provided.


The Influence Of The Church In Seventeenth-Century Virginia, James Homer. Williams Jan 1987

The Influence Of The Church In Seventeenth-Century Virginia, James Homer. Williams

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No abstract provided.


"An Inordinate Sense Of History": James Renwick Willson 1780-1853, Elizabeth F. Carson Jan 1987

"An Inordinate Sense Of History": James Renwick Willson 1780-1853, Elizabeth F. Carson

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No abstract provided.


Eighteenth-Century Wharf Construction In Baltimore, Maryland, Joseph Gary Norman Jan 1987

Eighteenth-Century Wharf Construction In Baltimore, Maryland, Joseph Gary Norman

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No abstract provided.


Law And Women In The Seventeenth-Century Courts Of York County, Virginia, Linda Lee Sturtz Jan 1987

Law And Women In The Seventeenth-Century Courts Of York County, Virginia, Linda Lee Sturtz

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No abstract provided.


Taking Stock: The Import Of European Livestock Into Virginia And Its Impact On Colonial Life, Louise Horowitz Tincher Jan 1987

Taking Stock: The Import Of European Livestock Into Virginia And Its Impact On Colonial Life, Louise Horowitz Tincher

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No abstract provided.


Justice, Patience, Reason: The Writings Of Virginius Dabney On Matters Of Race, Bruce Alan Brown Jan 1987

Justice, Patience, Reason: The Writings Of Virginius Dabney On Matters Of Race, Bruce Alan Brown

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No abstract provided.


Ceramic Acquisition Patterns At Meadow Farm, 1810-1861, Robert R. Hunter Jan 1987

Ceramic Acquisition Patterns At Meadow Farm, 1810-1861, Robert R. Hunter

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No abstract provided.


The Planning And Development Of Two Moravian Congregation Towns: Salem, North Carolina And Gracehill, Northern Ireland, Christopher E. Hendricks Jan 1987

The Planning And Development Of Two Moravian Congregation Towns: Salem, North Carolina And Gracehill, Northern Ireland, Christopher E. Hendricks

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No abstract provided.


The Triple Mandate : The Concept Of Trusteeship And American Imperialism, 1898-1934, John M. Coski Jan 1987

The Triple Mandate : The Concept Of Trusteeship And American Imperialism, 1898-1934, John M. Coski

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American diplomatic historians are most familiar with trusteeship in the context of the United Nations Trusteeship System and, consequently, associate it with international supervision of colonies and the dismantling of the western empires. This dissertation is an analysis of trusteeship in a broader chronological and conceptual framework. Far from being a new concept developed during the Second World War as a repudiation of imperialism, trusteeship was a centuries-old concept and a euphemism for "enlightened" imperialism.;Simply stated, trusteeship was the conviction that advanced states must control or supervise peoples deemed too immature or incompetent to manage their own affairs and ...