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A Study In Mobilization: Camp Lewis, 1917-1918
Little did one Meriwether Lewis, Captain U.S.S. in 1804, in command of the famous Lewis & Clark Expedition to the mouth of Columbia, think that one hundred and thirteen years later his name would be perpetuated in the far Northwest by the naming of one of the largest military establishments in the United States. Neither ...
An Inquiry Into The Maine Disaster, And Other Incidents Which Were Factors In Bringing About The Spanish-American War
One of the most striking phases of the last quarter of the nineteenth century has been the rise of the new national imperialism. By this is meant the development of European or American control over the territory or the resources of the less powerful people outside of Europe and the United States. Methods employed in securing ...
The Historical Geography Of The Snohomish River Valley
Since 1858 the Snohomish River Valley has gone through a series of distinctive economic-geographic adjustments. These adjustments evolved gradually from the first stage of simple exploitation of the timber resources to a combination facilities improved, and better markets became available, agriculture gradually became more ...
Permanent growth characteristics of alloy cast iron when exposed to a temperature gradient.
The object of this investigation was to determine the growth characteristics of cast iron with varying alloy additions, when exposed to a temperature gradient and to repeated heating. That is, it was to measure the change in length, and the sagging, caused in the various specimens by alternate heating and cooling, the heat ...
Marcus Garvey, a study of projected negro myths
The psychological adjustments of minority groups to their social environment is a problem that holds practical as well as theoretical interest for the social psychologist and the sociologist. The heart of the problem lies in the social situation from which one views it. What may seem adjustment to the member of the dominating ...
Emerson and Spinoza: a comparative study of their metaphysics and ethics and Emerson's position as a monistic thinker
This study of Emerson's philosophy is divided into two parts, each of which can stand independently of the other. In Part I a comparison is made between the metaphysics and ethics of Emerson and Spinoza. I have not concerned myself with any attempt to convince the student that Spinoza was a direct influence on Emerson; I rest ...
Reflections of renaissance ideas of education in the plays of Shakespeare
That the period of the Middle Ages seems to have been one of exceeding gloom and stagnation is probably because of the contrast between it and that most brilliant age known as the Renaissance which followed. Many scholars are of the opinion, however, that the Middle Ages must not be regarded as years of darkness, for during ...
A course of study in health education for the mentally deficient boy of high school and junior high school age
The public schools of the United States have become health conscious. The need for accurate health information has been recognized in nearly all schools at the present time by the inclusion of this subject in the curriculum. State and local courses of study have been forthcoming from every section of the country. Health ...
The Hartford Convention; or, New England opposition to the War of 1812
The War of 1812 was one of the most astounding and paradoxical wars ever engaged in by any country. The United States not only fought on the side of Napoleon, the greatest despot in modern history; but one of the chief causes of the war---impressment---was not even mentioned in the Treaty of Ghent, The United States was ...
School district reorganization in Polk County, Oregon
In the United States modern transportation facilities and other social and economic factors are tending to make obsolescent multitudinous small school administrative units. Several of the states have been experimenting with legislation which will bring about a reorganization and consolidation of school districts on a sounder basis.