Culminating Projects in History publishes work, primarily theses, conducted under the auspices of the graduate programs in U.S. and World History and Public History offered through the Department of History.

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Culminating Projects from 2016

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The Register and the Wrecking Ball: A Case Study of Four Minnesota Carnegie Libraries and What They Reveal About the Destruction and Preservation of Historic Structures, Karah Hawkinson
History: Public History: M.A. Thesis

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“Not with Sword and Spear”: The Evolution and Disintegration of the Anglo-Powhatan Economy, 1622-1646, Steven J. Schroeder
History: M.A. Thesis

Culminating Projects from 2012

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Art Acknowledged and Disregarded: Art and Its National Context at St. Cloud State University, Krista L. Lewis
History: Public History: M.A. Thesis

Culminating Projects from 2004

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Barden Park: A Case Study in Preservation, Richard E. Kelly
History: Public History: M.A. Thesis

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The Development of An Artist's Paradise: Minnesota Landscapes: 1840-1940, William J. Wittenbreer
History: M.A. Thesis

Culminating Projects from 1998

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The 13th Minnesota Volunteer Regiment and the Spanish-American and Philippine-American Wars, 1898-1899, Kyle Ward
History: M.A. Thesis

Culminating Projects from 1995

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The Gold in the Hill, Jeffrey Clark Wood
Special Studies: M.A. Creative Work

Culminating Projects from 1976

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The Siege of Herat: 1837-1838, John Carl Nelson
History: M.A. Thesis