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American indians and the santa fe trailAmerican indians and the santa fe trail
Pawnees, Comanches, Cheyennes, Kiowas, Arapahos, and other Indigenous peoples whose lands was penetrated by the trail, as backward, warlike savages who had nothing better to do than raid lumbering trains
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Credits: 3 semester hours Prerequisites: none
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Decline of the family: Conservative, liberal, and feminist viewsDecline of the family: Conservative, liberal, and feminist views
Giele, Janet Z. (2005) [1996]. “Decline of the family: Conservative, liberal, and feminist views.” In David Popenoe, Jean Bethke Elshtain, and David Blankenhorn (eds.), Promises to keep: Decline and renewal of marriage in America
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Rccw training 2014 History of Racism and Anti-Racist Activism in Lexington and Fayette County KentuckyRccw training 2014 History of Racism and Anti-Racist Activism in Lexington and Fayette County Kentucky
Ky. In order to address racism in society, we must first understand what racism is and how it became a way to identify people that has negatively affected all aspects of their lives and well-being
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Financial Changes and Optimal Spending Rates Among Top Liberal Arts Colleges 1996-2001Financial Changes and Optimal Spending Rates Among Top Liberal Arts Colleges 1996-2001
Despite current claims of financial crisis, these calculations show that most of these institutions have spending rates well below the rate that would be required to achieve inter-generational equity
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Name: Period: Unit 7Name: Period: Unit 7
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Berkeley : University of California Press, 1997. ― 185 ― Sabine HakeBerkeley : University of California Press, 1997. ― 185 ― Sabine Hake
Taken from: Women in the metropolis [electronic resource] : gender and modernity in Weimar culture / edited by Katharina von Ankum. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1997
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Glasgow University Law in Action Detailed Summary Human Rights Consortium ScotlandGlasgow University Law in Action Detailed Summary Human Rights Consortium Scotland
This summary was composed using notes taken by a Law in Action representative at the conference. The views and opinions expressed by speakers, and subsequently transcribed into the notes relied upon for this summary
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Repainted Icons 02 May 2012 CuratorRepainted Icons 02 May 2012 Curator
It was over three decades ago that the jury of the Musée du Château Festival in Cagnes-sur-Mer, France, chaired by art historian Pierre Restany, awarded the “1ere palette d’OR” prize to a young Hungarian artist, Károly Kelemen
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Within 30 years of his accession to power, Stalin had made a peasant country into a global superpower, but at a cost that was merciless: some have even claimed 50-70 million Soviet lives. How did he do it?
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Industrial citizenship: a re-conceptualisation and case study of the ukIndustrial citizenship: a re-conceptualisation and case study of the uk
Purpose: To critically examine and reformulate th marshall’s concept of industrial citizenship, and apply the reformulated model to a case study of the uk
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