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The Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America
Many works have been written about the Civil War. While many of these books have contributed much to the knowledge of this war, some areas have received less attention than they merit. One such topic is the interrelation ...
The Populist era in Kansas: a quantitative study of the relationship between economic conditions and voting behavior
The discussion of the nature of Populism has centered to a great extent on the question of the Populist's role in the development of a liberal tradition in America. There are, however, some historians, including the author ...
The provisional government of Austria: April 27 to December 13, 1945
Austria's future in the closing days of World War II was uncertain. The Allies had expected to find a political vacuum. Yet, like a phoenix rising from the ashes, an Austrian provisional government emerged from the postwar ...
The ideology of Texas Populism, 1886-1894
The relationship of Populism and ideology has been the subject of a great deal of recent historical scholarship. Historians have employed a number of concepts to define ideology in their studies, hut they have failed to ...
San Antonio, 1846-1861
The first fifteen years of Texas statehood were pivotal in the development of San Antonio. Contemporary chroniclers vividly show how the city grew between 1846 and 1861 from an ancient, crumbling Mexican village to a large, ...
A study of British historical treatment of the origins of the First World War, 1918-1939
The connection between historical literature and public opinion relating to foreign policy is the primary concern of this thesis. It deals with British historiography on the origins of the First World War as it evolved in ...