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John Bell, Jacksonian Rebel

John Bell, Jacksonian Rebel

Date: August 1972
Creator: Duke, Betty L.
Description: This paper offers a study of Bell's earlier career in the House from 1827 to 1841.
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John Buchan (1875-1940) and the First World War: A Scot's Career in Imperial Britain

John Buchan (1875-1940) and the First World War: A Scot's Career in Imperial Britain

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Date: December 1999
Creator: Mann, Georgia A.
Description: This dissertation examines the political career of Scottish-born John Buchan (1875-1940) who, through the avenue of the British Empire, formed political alliances that enabled him to enter into the power circles of the British government. Buchan's involvement in governmental service is illustrative of the political and financial advantages Scots sought in Imperial service. Sources include Buchan's published works, collections of correspondence, personal papers, and diaries in the holdings of the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh. Letters and other documents pertaining to Buchan's life and career are also available in the Beaverbrook papers, Lloyd George papers, and Strachey papers at the House of Lords Record Office, London, and in the Liddle Hart Collection at King's College, London. Documents concerning Buchan's association with the War Cabinet, the Foreign Office, and the Department of Information are among those preserved at the Public Record Office, London. References to Buchan's association with the British Expeditionary Force in France are included in the holdings of the Intelligence Corps Museum, Ashford, Kent. The study is arranged chronologically, and discusses Buchan's Scottish heritage, his education, his assignment on Lord Alfred Milner's staff in South Africa, and his appointment as Director of the Department of Information during World War ...
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John Morgan: Pioneer in American Medical Education

John Morgan: Pioneer in American Medical Education

Date: August 1966
Creator: Sparkman, Mickey Max
Description: This study is an attempt to evaluate Morgan's contributions to American medicine in his time and place. An assessment of his role as a liberally educated, eighteenth-century philosopher will be ventured. Further, his appointment and subsequent dismissal as director-general of the Continental Army's medical department will be examined. The study will attempt to show Morgan as a product of the Enlightenment, as demonstrated by his desire to be physician, natural philosopher, and patriotic citizen.
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John Quincy Adams and Slavery

John Quincy Adams and Slavery

Date: August 1973
Creator: Rosendahl, Nancy Diane Boydston
Description: The purpose of this thesis is to provide for the reader an isolated study based on a thorough research of the Adams Papers, Congressional Globe, and American Foreign Relations Papers, of Adams' views on slavery, both legal and moral.
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John Sevier--A Re-evaluation

John Sevier--A Re-evaluation

Date: May 1971
Creator: Peters, Robert C.
Description: The purpose of this study will be to examine, once again, and chapter by chapter, those chief areas of controversy in Sevier's life, and in the process to arrive at some conclusions as to where the criticism is justified and, just as importantly, where the critics may have overstepped their bounds. For the sake of completeness and historical perspective, this re-examination will also include brief chapters on Sevier's ancestry and early life and his last years in the United States House of Representatives.
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John Tyler and the Whig Legislation of the Twenty-Seventh Congress

John Tyler and the Whig Legislation of the Twenty-Seventh Congress

Date: August 1967
Creator: Karrer, Carolyn L.
Description: This paper describes John Tyler's political career, specifically his involvement with the Whig legislation of the twenty-seventh Congress.
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The Kentucky Resolutions : A Re-examination

The Kentucky Resolutions : A Re-examination

Date: August 1966
Creator: Morris, C. Gwin
Description: To obtain the most complete picture of the Kentucky Resolutions, and the times which produced them, a careful study was made of contemporary newspapers for the period from March, 1798, to December, 1799.
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Kinzua Dam: a Study in the Congressional Disruption, Relocation-Resettlement, and Rehabilitation of the Seneca Nation of Indians

Kinzua Dam: a Study in the Congressional Disruption, Relocation-Resettlement, and Rehabilitation of the Seneca Nation of Indians

Date: January 1969
Creator: Verelst, Robert
Description: This thesis embraces four major topics coinciding with the four considerations designated in President John F. Kennedy's letter to President Basil Williams of the Seneca Nation and the reactions to those items generated during numerous hearings of the House Subcommittee on Indian Affairs. The four topics covered in the President's letter include the possibility of acquiring adjacent property, commonly referred to as "in lieu of" lands, to replace the Indian real estate taken for the Allegheny Reservoir; a review of the reservoir's recreational potential for the benefit of the Seneca Nation; special damages accruing to the Senecas for the loss of their land; and relocation and resettlement.
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Labor Under the Soviets

Labor Under the Soviets

Date: 1948
Creator: Strickland, Jack L.
Description: A study of industrial workers in Russia under the systems of Communism and under Capitalism.
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The Legacy of Purgatory: The Continuing English Eschatological Controversy

The Legacy of Purgatory: The Continuing English Eschatological Controversy

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Date: August 2006
Creator: Machen, Chase E.
Description: This work examines particular attributes of the purgatorial phenomena from pre-Christian history of the Indo-European world to the Early Modern Period of England. An attempt has been made to identify and concentrate attention upon examples which provide the most significant and penetrating look into this evolution. For example, a portion of this paper attempts to determine just how widespread purgatorial customs were throughout England and the various types of community that supported these beliefs pre and post Reformation. By comparing life before and after the reigns of Henry and Edward a conclusion is reached that reveals the Protestant Reformation in England stripped the laity of a fundamental instrument they needed to support their religiosity and custom. This becomes evident in further years as some of those same customs and rituals that had been considered anathema by Protestants, slowly crept back into the liturgy of the new religion. Strong evidence of this is provided, with a strong emphasis placed upon late seventeenth and early eighteenth century death eulogies, with a section of this paper being devoted to the phenomena of the Sin-Eater.
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