History: Theses 1995-2006
1268 Bausch, Matthew H. German doctrine of command and control and the myth of blitzkrieg, 1857-1941. 2006.
1264 Newland, David C. Issues surrounding the addition of minor children to life leases at Isle Royale National Park. 2005.
Murphy, Wynona Winters. Chilocco: health conditions at a Native
American boarding school, 1884-1930. 2003.
1172 Kusiak, Frank J. Virtual historiography: How history is presented in entertainment based computer games. 2002.
1169 Schippers, Julie Kathleen. The evolution of African American consciousness in 1917: The Black press's response to the East St. Louis riot. 2001.
1159 Kasper, Warren Edward. Thomas Hutchins and the federal frontier. 2001.
1142 Scherrer, Tim Allen. The citizen's band radio and American culture. 2000.
1127 Stull, Kenneth Lee. A comparative study of religious violence in frontier America. 1999.
1090 Ruark, Dawn Alicia. German immigrants in Rock Township, Jefferson County, Missouri, prior to the Civil War. 1998.
1085 DeWitt, Petra. Fighting the Kaiser at home: anti-German sentiment in Missouri during World War I. 1998.
1065 Mallett, Derek R. 'They were just people like we were': World War II German and Italian prisoners of war in Missouri. 1997.
1056 Fetrow, Aaron L. Germination of a southern seed: the 1920s Indiana Klan. 1997.
1039 Hakala, Christian. The greatest nation's greatest playground: building a community through sports in Eveleth, Minnesota, 1919-1929. 1997.
1023 Stahl, Edward B. St. Louis socialists in the Missouri election of 1992. 1996.
1007 White, Jill Gentry. Of the same opinion still: the continuity of southern elite ideology, 1850-1880. 1995.
987 Reeves, Brian Randal. Roland H. Bainton: The historian as social activist. 1995.