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Browsing Master of Arts in History by Author/Artist "Chan, Christopher"

Browsing Master of Arts in History by Author/Artist "Chan, Christopher"

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  • Perry, Katherine E.; Berrios, Katherine E. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-07)
    The people of the Southern Appalachians have a unique culture all their own. An important component of this culture can be observed in the manner in which these individuals chose to combat that enemy of all mankind: disease. ...
  • Gray, James Robert Sr. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-07)
    Dan Sickles has been regarded by many historians as a political general who was a buffoon and led his troops into harm’s way at Gettysburg for personal glory. This paper examines Sickles’ early personal history, why that ...
  • Needham, Jimmy Lee (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-07-09)
    This is a research paper performing an in-depth examination of the power of Edwardian stereotypes and social propaganda and the lack of their effect upon American women's ability to serve in the military and military related ...
  • Wayland, Andrew (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-01)
    Fort Laramie National Historic Site in southeastern Wyoming recalls the days of the frontier period of the West (1760s to 1890s). From 1849 to 1890, the military fort at Fort Laramie was an important center of diplomacy, ...
  • Lorenz, Dorothy Marcelle (Southern New Hampshire University, 2017-11)
    The 19th century in Paris France is best known today as one of the most influential, industrial, and modern periods of the modern era. Its art was changing the way the art scene moved and how art was displayed and sold. ...
  • Balais, Joseph Anthony (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-07)
    Most recently, the Trump Administration has taken a hard stance against the North Korean regime, against their nuclear build up, threats to other nations like Japan and South Korea, launching missiles, with nuclear ...
  • Hollaway, Ashley Paige (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-09)
    The presented thesis sought to discuss the cult of personality that surrounded Adolf Hitler and was functionally part of the Führer myth during the interwar period through a sociopolitical lens. In doing so, it addressed ...
  • Hunter, Paul E. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2017-12)
    The purpose of this thesis is to address the issue of African Americans leaving Christianity and finding solace in religious ideologies which do not represent the same Judeo-Christian and democratic values that traditionally ...
  • Runk, Abigail (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-09)
    Seventy years after the end of World War Two, many topics concerning the United States’ involvement are rarely discussed. One of these topics is the German Prisoner of War (POW) camps that dotted the United States from ...
  • Boyd, Edward L. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-07)
    Following the Revolutionary War, the British ceded the Northwest Territory to the United States. This territory was the land north and west of the Ohio River to the Mississippi. The territory corresponds to the states ...