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    • “The Glorious American Banner Floating High above the Ramparts”: The Rise and Fall of Know-Nothingism in Wisconsin 

      Depew, Jennifer (Office of Student Research and Creative Activity, 2018-12)
      Know-Nothingism was an anti-immigrant movement that gained prominence in the United States following a surge in Irish and German Catholic immigration during the 1840s and 1850s. Wisconsin, a new state with a diverse and ...
    • "A New Slavery of Caste": An Evaluation of President Woodrow Wilson with Regard to Race 

      Depew, Jennifer (2017-05-12)
      The presidency of Woodrow Wilson has been traditionally considered successful due to his administration’s progressive legislation and leadership during World War I. Recently, his positive reputation has been challenged ...
    • Oshkosh Scholar, Volume XI 

      Foster, Ashley; Jones, Taylor; Depew, Jennifer; Persson, Carly; Kanyuh, Charlotte R.; Schumitsch-Jewell, Taylor (2017-05-12)
      Oshkosh Scholar, the UW Oshkosh undergraduate research journal, is a collaborative effort between students and faculty at UW Oshkosh. Students are involved in editing and production coordination, and faculty review articles ...
    • Oshkosh Scholar, Volume XIII 

      Depew, Jennifer; Long-Pero, Maddisen; Meldrum, Monica; Covey, Jacob; Moore, Samantha; Dinkel, Anna (Office of Student Research and Creative Activity, 2018-12)