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    • Ethnological: Indian Villages at the Minnesota State Fair, 1920-1945 

      Szydel, Sean (2014-12-16)
      Geographically located in Saint Paul near Hamline, the Minnesota State Fair is a place for education, fun, and family. Agriculture is the main attraction and remains the constant reason why the Minnesota State Fair is still ...
    • From Celebrated to Contested: Public Perceptions of Mount Rushmore?s Meaning on the American Landscape 

      Trampf, Jessica L. (2015-12-18)
      Although most Americans will quickly recognize Mount Rushmore as a national symbol, many are not aware of its history. The memorial has a direct connection to American expansionism in the Black Hills, land that originally ...
    • Healing "Sick" Cities: Analyzing Mid-Century Urban Renewal Literature 

      Vande Zande, Jenna (2014-12-15)
      Mid-century city planners often made the ultimate decision to determine which areas were too "sick" to save, who was allowed access to the new spaces, and who was not. The bias against minorities and anyone who was not ...
    • Interior Architecture and Gendered Space of the Apostle Islands Light Stations 

      Felty, Emma (2014-12-15)
      The Apostle Islands are a chain of 22 islands that make up an archipelago in Lake Superior, off the Bayfield Peninsula in northern Wisconsin. These islands are unique for many reasons. They are exceptional examples of ...
    • The Korean War: Just or Unjust? 

      Bisek, Matt (2014-12-15)
      This paper examines the seven rules of the just war theory and applies them to the Korean War (1950-53). The seven rules of the just war theory are just cause, right intention, legitimate authority, public declaration, ...
    • Mythmaking of Masada 

      Wishau, Emma (2014-12-15)
      After Israel gained their independence in 1948, the nation's antiquities held no artifacts of the nation's history. The use of archeology at this time was to create a nationalistic history that would boost morale for ...
    • Not So Black and White: Media Coverage of the Ed Gein Homicides 

      McMahon, Jack (2014-12-13)
      This work looks at how news media covers a specific crime from varying levels of concentration. The homicides of Ed Gein had caught the attention of a variety of newspapers from across the nation, and this work looks at ...