Browse by Subject "History, United States"
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'Under the banner of the democratic principle': John Louis O'Sullivan, the democracy and the "Democratic Review" (1995)This dissertation addresses the writings and activities of John Louis O'Sullivan (1813-1895) primarily during the years he conducted the United States Magazine and Democratic Review and the New York Morning News. Originator ...
(1993)Before the advent of mechanization draft animals were the primary motive power in the United States and throughout the world. Several different types of work animals were used, yet their pattern of use was not random. I ...
Visions and revisions: An exploratory investigation sketching the origins and growth of the evolving relationship between the church and recreation, 1872-1992 (1995)The purpose of this study was to analyze how different religious groups perceived the historical development of the relationship between the Church and recreation from period 1872 to 1992.
William J. Kerby, John A. Ryan, and the Awakening of the Twentieth-Century American Catholic Social Conscience, 1899-1919 (Progressivism) (1986)William J. Kerby and John A. Ryan were two of the best known progressive activists of the early twentieth-century American Catholic Church. Whether demanding political concern on the part of Catholics, urging reform of the ...
(1986)The major focus of this comprehensive study is the multi-textured women's movement that reemerged in the United States during the 1960s. This history of the movement includes an examination and an analysis of its origins, ...
(1992)This dissertation focuses on Chicago working-class and labor newspapers published between 1880 and 1930, documenting an often- neglected part of communications history. The workers' press played a key role in sustaining ...
The world of Belle Dickey: A study of child life and childhood education in mid-nineteenth century Illinois (1991)The following study of Belle Dickey and her life and times is not only the study of the life of a child at a particular point in American history, but an example of the development of middle-class itself--and the changing ...