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The utilization of Whitney Rapids : from sawmill to paper company, 1831-1908
The primary purpose of this work is to determine why the Nekoosa Paper Company was established at Nekoosa and to trace its history and development. To adequately cover the topic, it is necessary to follow the utilization ...
Early history of the Northern Wisconsin Co-Operative Tobacco Pool
An Early History of the Northern Wisconsin Co-Operative Tobacco Pool is a seminar paper written as partial fulfillment of the requirement for a masters degree at Wisconsin state University at La Crosse. Farmers in Wisconsin ...
An Examination of the La Crosse Press During the Political Campaign of 1912
The year 1912 produced a presidential campaign never matched in American history. An incumbent President, a former President and a future President engaged in a spectacle that is not likely to be seen in America again. ...
A Sketch of Gideon Cooley Hixon: La Crosse Lumberman
No abstract - A SKETCH OF GIDEON COOLEY HIXON: LA CROSSE LUMBERMAN
Effects of the bent arm hang exercise and concentrated rope climbing on the ability to climb a rope
This study was made to determine the effect that the bent arm hang exercise and concentrated rope climbing would have on the ability of a fourth grade student to climb a rope. Boys and girls from six fourth grades in the ...
Analysis of an apparatus employed to appraise the "readiness" of a defensive charge in football
This study was made to determine if practice of a defensive charge on a sled would improve the "readiness" of high school football linemen to respond with consistently faster defensive charges, as measured by a timing ...
Investigation of John Heywood's dramatic growth revealed in his interludes
The purpose of this paper is to trace John Heywood's growth in dramatic skill by investigating certain elements in his six extant interludes. Each interlude is analyzed individually in the accepted chronological sequence ...
Lord John Balmerino -- his treason trial and its aftermath
Lord John Balmerino (c. 1589-1649) was a Scottish noble whom Charles I ordered tried for treason. Charles I visited Scotland in 1633 to be crowned and to convene the Scottish Parliament. He wanted two specific measures ...
Negro abolitionist literature of the ante-bellum period
Negro literature in the ante-bellum period had as its main goals promoting emancipation of the slaves and protesting disenfranchisement of the free Negroes. To achieve these goals, it was necessary to disprove the widely-held ...
A study of some similarities and differences between Plato's educational system and twentieth century education in the United States
The purpose of this study was to explore Plato?s basic educational system as advocated in The Republic and The Laws and to examine some of the similarities of the Platonic system of education and twentieth century concepts ...