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Recent Historiography on Religion and the American Civil War byRecent Historiography on Religion and the American Civil War by
American Civil War (1998), a collection of essays edited by Randall M. Miller, Harry S. Stout and George Reagan Wilson. Well-known historians such as Eugene D. Genovese, Daniel W. Stowell, Drew Gilpin Faust
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Chapter 4 Classical Civilizations in the Mediterranean and Middle East Chapter Outline SummaryChapter 4 Classical Civilizations in the Mediterranean and Middle East Chapter Outline Summary
Defeat highlights two major civilizations in eastern Mediterranean and Middle East
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26 The Great West and the Agricultural Revolution, 1865–1896 Chapter Themes Theme26 The Great West and the Agricultural Revolution, 1865–1896 Chapter Themes Theme
Plains Indians’ fierce resistance and settled the Great West. Successive waves of miners, cattlemen, and farmers had populated the Great Plains and Mountain West
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Anthropology 288: History 288: American Indians of IllinoisAnthropology 288: History 288: American Indians of Illinois
Native American life in the Illinois region. This will be a lecture and discussion course but it will include archaeological field site and museum visits and guest lectures by Native American scholars and community members
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The Changing American Family PortraitThe Changing American Family Portrait
I must confess to you today that not long after talking about the dream, I started seeing it turn into a nightmare as I moved through the ghettos of the nation and saw my black brothers and sisters perishing on a lonely island of poverty in the midst of a vast ocean
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Climate Change Information KitClimate Change Information Kit
These information sheets were written by Roberto Acosta, Myles Allen, Anilla Cherian, Sarah Granich, Irving Mintzer, Alevino Suarez, and David von Hippel, and edited by Michael Williams. Each sheet was reviewed by at least two experts
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Above and below left-right: Ideological narratives and moral foundationsAbove and below left-right: Ideological narratives and moral foundations
Invited submission to Psychological Inquiry, special issue on political ideology, L. Martin, Ed
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History of Monasteries in the Middle Ages do not write on this pageHistory of Monasteries in the Middle Ages do not write on this page
His way of living was soon perceived as holy and people came to stay close to him and to imitate his ways. Most people of this time saw this way of living as an opportunity to demonstrate their faith and loyalty to God
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