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The Affairs of Boston in the North Carolina Backcountry during the American Revolution.2010Stewart, Cory JoeStudentHistory, UNCG
Agents of empire: entrepreneurship and the transformation of Virginia, 1688-17502018Michie, Ian M.StudentHistory, UNCG
“All modern conveniences”: multi-family housing choice, the apartment, and the modernization...2012Meszaros, Elizabeth PaigeStudentHistory, UNCG
Amid Hostilities and Destruction: North Carolina Women and Their Impact on the American Revo...2012Mozingo, Kimberly StudentHistory & Museum Studies, UNCG
The arbiters of compromise: sectionalism, unionism, and secessionism in Maryland and North C...2015Flood, Christine RowseStudentHistory, UNCG
“Branded as Cain”: Jonathan Worth and Unionism in post-Civil War North Carolina2018Ellis, Elizabeth A.StudentHistory, UNCG
Bridging the old South and the new: women in the economic transformation of the North Caroli...2010Robbins, Angela P.StudentHistory, UNCG
Campus to counter: civil rights activism in Raleigh and Durham, North Carolina, 1960-19632017Suttell, Brian WilliamStudentHistory, UNCG
Chain gangs, roads, and reform in North Carolina, 1900-19352011Thomas, Susan W.StudentHistory, UNCG
"The changing needs of our youth today": the response of 4-H to social and economic transfor...2012Thompson, Ellen NatashaStudentHistory, UNCG
Coastal progress: eastern North Carolina's war on poverty, 1963-19722012Hawkins, Karen MedlinStudentHistory, UNCG
Columbia at sea: America enters the Pacific, 1787-17932017Oakley, Eric OdellStudentHistory, UNCG
A Comparative Study of the Perceptions of German POWs in North Carolina2010Haga, Sonia StudentHistory, UNCG
Crime, justice, and order in the North Carolina Piedmont, 1760-18062019Stroud, Jason MichaelStudentHistory, UNCG
Cross purposes: U.S. missionaries and the U.S. occupation of Haiti2019Davis, Christopher W.StudentHistory, UNCG
Empowering the body: the evolution of self-help in the women’s health movement2016Dudley Shotwell, Hannah GraceStudentHistory, UNCG
Eustace, Son of King Stephen: The Model Prince in Twelfth-Century England2018Peck, Christopher A.StudentHistory, UNCG
Faith and family in the Antebellum Piedmont South2013Graham, Christopher AlanStudentHistory, UNCG
Family pictures "out of place" : race, resistance, and affirmation in the Pope family photog...2006Hull, Elizabeth ArnoldStudentHistory, UNCG
Fighting for Their Rights: Indian Women and the British Suffragette Movement2018Hardin, Bailey StudentHistory, UNCG
Fighting within the bar: Judge Elreta Alexander and civil rights advocacy in Greensboro, Nor...2017Summey, Virginia StudentHistory, UNCG
From Civic to Social: New York's Taverns, Inside and Outside the Political Sphere2008DeGennaro, Jeremiah J.StudentHistory, UNCG
From immigrants to activists: immigration, nativism, welfare reform, and the mobilization of...2012Miller, Alyce P.StudentHistory, UNCG
Fugitive Femininity: Runaway Women and Performative Freedom in Antebellum North Carolina2018Starbuck, Victoria StudentHistory, UNCG
Human Junk: Children Textile Workers and their private and social lives in High Point, North...2013Mozingo, Kimberly StudentHistory & Museum Studies, UNCG
Irish radicals, southern conservatives: slavery, religious liberty, and the Presbyterian fri...2011Moore, Joseph S.StudentHistory, UNCG
Judicial knight errant: Walter Clark and the long Progressive era in North Carolina2015Kaiser, John JamesStudentHistory, UNCG
"Just a dream": community, identity, and the blues of Big Bill Broonzy2011Greene, Kevin D.StudentHistory, UNCG
The last war of honor: manhood, race, gender, class and conscription in North Carolina durin...2019Hall, James WilsonStudentHistory, UNCG
Lightbulb moment: electricity in the YWCA scrapbook2015Pope, Kyle M.StudentHistory, UNCG
Little Tallassee: a Creek Indian colonial town2019Ward, Monica R.StudentHistory, UNCG
Mainstreaming movements: the U.S. anti-apartheid movement and civil rights memory2012Bratyanski, Jennifer AnneStudentHistory, UNCG
"Making a considerable tumult in the streets" 2006Broomall, James JosephStudentHistory, UNCG
A matter of national concern: the Kennedy administration’s campaign to restore public educat...2015Lee, Brian E.StudentHistory, UNCG
More lives than a cat: a state and federal history of bank deposit insurance in the United S...2017Gates, Sarah StudentHistory, UNCG
The North Carolina Railroad, industrial slavery, and the economic development of North Carol...2017Petersen, Keri T.StudentHistory, UNCG
The Nuremberg paradox: how the trial of the Nazis challenged American support of internation...2018Ross, Joseph A.StudentHistory, UNCG
"O’er mountains and rivers": Community and commerce in the Greenbrier Valley in the Late Eig...2018McCartney, Sarah EllenStudentHistory, UNCG
The Old Lady and Old Beardless: Gender, Emotion, and Legitimate Violence in Njal's Saga2016Ridpath, RyanStudentHistory, UNCG
“Our objective wasn’t to belittle people’s behavior”: the history of gestational diabetes, 1...2013Foy, Marjorie ElvinStudentHistory, UNCG
Political friendship in early America2010Campbell, Theresa J.StudentHistory, UNCG
The politics of Norplant: feminism, civil rights, and social policy in the 1990s2020Licata, Justina CarmelaStudentHistory, UNCG
Sailing the Seas of Slavery: An Analysis of Instructions to British and American Slave Ship ...2019Joyce, Montana StudentHistory, UNCG
Segregating the police: negotiating equality in postwar Memphis, Tennessee2016Williams, Margaret KeetonStudentHistory, UNCG
Soldiers, not Wacs: how women’s integration transformed the Army, 1964-19942016Strohmer, Therese M.StudentHistory, UNCG
Sons of Selu: masculinity and gendered power in Cherokee society, 1775-18462017Mize, Jamie MyersStudentHistory, UNCG
Stories of the Greensboro massacre2012Quaye, Tiffany George ButlerStudentHistory, UNCG
This is My Mic: Hip Hop and the Media, 1970s-1990s2008Scism, Jennifer LynnStudentHistory, UNCG
“This must be worked out locally”: race, education, and leadership in Rockingham County, Nor...2019Russell, Deborah DossStudentHistory, UNCG
“The three rivers have talked”: the Creek Indians and community politics in the Native South...2016Peach, Steven J.StudentHistory, UNCG