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The Saddest Affair: A Case Study of the Investigations into the Crater Disaster at Petersburg
Perhaps one of Congresses most jealously guarded powers is the right to oversight and investigation. However, American history demonstrates that this power can be used to both great effect and abuse. Understanding ...
Treaty v. Law: A Commentary on Treaty Rights, Conservation Regulations, and Their Collision
This paper includes a discussion of American Indians as the original conservationists in the United States, a history lesson in Wisconsin treaties and conservation laws, and a case study of the murder of Chief Joe White, ...
“While We Live She is Existing”: Polish Nationalism and the November Uprising in the Congress Kingdom, 1814 – 1831
This paper details the formation of Polish nationalism in the Congress Kingdom of Poland from the Congress of Vienna in 1815 until the November Uprising of 1830. The period is highlighted by the reformation of Poland into ...
Exploring Electron Transfer-Induced Conformational Changes in NRH:quinone Oxidoreductase.
NRH:quinone oxidoreductase is a flavoenzyme that catalyzes the one-step reduction of quinones to hydroquinones using its cofactor, FAD. The enzyme kinetics goes through a "ping-pong" mechanism, in which changes in the ...
Usability Testing the NatureMapping Website.
Usability testing is a procedure that tests the functionality of a document or website by asking subjects to complete tasks typically performed by users of the site. This study evaluated the NatureMapping website's intended ...
Regional Employment and Unemployment Comparison.
This project collected and analyzed data and trends on employment and unemployment for the Eau Claire Metropolitan Statistical Area as well as Wisconsin and the United States as a whole.
Portrayal of Hispanic Culture in Advertising.
With the Hispanic population rising in the United States, advertisers' interest in this market is rapidly increasing, and advertisements depicting Hispanic models are becoming common. However, it is not known whether ...
Mary Kingsley: A Different Type of Feminist
Victorian women are not necessarily known for their extravagant lifestyles outside the home and wardrobe. There are exceptions to this stereotypical lifestyle, and some women prove in many ways that women are not just ...
Japanese American Citizens League: The Effect of World War II Relocation Camps
The Japanese American Citizens League was established at a time when life for Americans of Japanese descent was very difficult. They were facing discrimination from Americans of all other ancestries and from the government. ...
The Saloon in Eau Claire, Wisconsin 1880-1920 : a Working Man's Institution
In the decades prior to prohibition, the saloon was an economic and cultural institution in industrial communities that was created, operated, and frequented by the working class. In Eau Claire, Wisconsin, the number of ...