Collection Title:

HIST 494 Senior Thesis Seminar Papers, 2007-2018

Repository:

The Holloway Archives at Milligan College
P. H. Welshimer Memorial Library
200 Blowers Blvd.
Milligan College, TN 37682
Email: archives@milligan.edu

Creator:

Unknown; Dr. Tim Dillon

Title:

HIST 494 Senior Thesis Seminar Papers, 2007-2018

Collection No.

C0134

Extent

28.425 MB (53 text-searchable PDF documents)

Language(s):

English

Abstract:

Beginning in the 2005-2006 academic year, the course HIST 494 Senior Thesis Seminar was offered as a requirement for history majors. This collection includes some of the final papers from the class sessions of 2007 to the present.

Administrative History:

Beginning in the 2005-2006 academic year, the course HIST 494 Senior Thesis Seminar was offered as a team-taught class required for history majors. It is still offered in the spring term as a capstone class for the history majors. Faculty co-teaching this class have included Lee Blackburn, Gary Daught, Tim Dillon, Craig Farmer, and Ted Thomas.

Arrangement:

The papers are arranged into series chronologically and alphabetical by last name within series.

Scope and Content Note:

The collection is divided into ten series, with each new year adding a series: I. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2007; II. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2008; III. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2009; IV. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2010; V. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2011; VI. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2012; VII. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2013; VIII. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2014; XI. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2015; X. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2018

Each series contains the student papers collected by Dr. Tim Dillon and sent to the archives for archival purposes every spring semester. This is an open, active records group, so the collection will continue to grow.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information:

Accession 2018-013

Note: There was no accession year available when this collection was processed, therefore the year when processing started is used for the accession record. Additionally, this is an open records collection, so updates will be made annually.

Access:

Collection is restricted at this time.

Because this collection is composed of student papers, it is open to authorized persons only.

Preferred Citation:

[Item], HIST 494 Senior Thesis Seminar Papers, Collection C0134, The Holloway Archives at Milligan College, Milligan College, TN.

Processing Information:

Processed by Katherine Banks

Completed in 2018.

Item List

I. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2007

  • Alcott, Ryan, “Lost in the Middle: A.T. DeGroot, Restructure, and the Independents,” 2007.

  • Oechler, Kate, “Anthracite and Irishmen: The story of the Molly Maguires in the anthracite coal region of Pennsylvania, 1857-1877,” 2007.

  • Ross, Andy, “The Ross-Ridge Conflict: Cherokee Suppression, Division, and Tragedy,” 2007.

  • Tolliver, Karen, “‘The Blurred Vision of the Private Eye’: Pinkerton National Detective Agency,” 2007.

II. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2008

  • Barmore, Bradley, “Hell Hath No Fury: Anna Maria Falconbridge’s Attempt To Undercut British Abolitionism,” 2008.
    • Title Page

    • Final Draft

  • Jones, Lindsey, “Spirits of a Different Sort: The History and Origins of the Fey,” 2008.

III. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2009

  • Binyam, Yonatan, “Palestinian Nationalsim: The Formation of a National Identity,” undated.
    • Title Page

    • Final Draft

  • Fruhlin, Welsey, “Marcus Agrippa: Shadow of Augustus of Augustus or Rightful Imperium?” 2009.
    • Title Page

    • Final Draft

  • Roberts, Matthew, “Edward VII: Caresser or Contender,” 2009.

  • Ruth, Mallory, “Napoleon Bonaparte And His Insane Rise to Power,” 2009.
    • Title Page

    • Final Draft

  • Swatsell, E.J., “The Life and Times of the World War II Military Chaplain,” 2009.
    • Title Page

    • Final Draft

    • Bibliography

IV. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2010

  • Banks, Abigail, “The Anatolian Tiger: Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and the Creation of the Turkish Republic,” 2010.

  • Donahue, Kyle, “Sniper: From new Extinction to Distinction,” 2010.

  • Duffie, Colin, “Prohibition in Wise County, Virginia,” 2010.

  • Emmert, Alison, “A Tale of Two Olafs,” 2010.
    • Title Page

    • Final Draft

  • Norman, Andrew, “Martin Kitzmiller: A Frontier Baptist Pastor,” 2010.

  • Petrie, Troy, “An Education Unrehearsed: The Improvisation of the Civilian Conservation Corps Education Program,” 2010.

  • Ross, William Tyler, “The Politics of Acquisition,” 2010.

V. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2011

  • Goad, Michael, “The Hammer and Sickle in Soviet Children’s Literature,” 2011.

  • Gouge, Andrew, “From Legality to Morality: Desegregation in Clinton, Tennessee,” 2011.

  • Richardson, Ben, “Lacrosse: A Tool of Native American Society,” undated.

  • Robinson, Janey, “Benazir Bhutto and the Women of Pakistan,” undated.

VI. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2012

  • Ford, Dustin, “Railroads in East Tennessee,” 2012.

  • Zetterberg, Erik, “The Sports Boycott and the End of Apartheid: A Constructivist Analysis of the International Campaign Against Apartheid,” 2012.
    • Title Page

    • Bibliography

VII. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2013

  • Gentry, Ryan, “Negro League Baseball’s Place in the History of Integration,” 2013.

  • Haren, Matt, “Forgotten Casualties: The Suffering of Prisoners in the American Civil War,” 2013.

  • Kinser, Jordan, “The Early Catholic Worker Movement: A Rejection of Enlightenment Thought in Social Reform,” 2013.

  • Smawley, Shelby, “Tenskwatawa: The Brother with Great Influential Power,” 2013.

  • Wash, Kendall, “Hannibal’s Barbarian Horde,” 2013.
    • Final Draft

    • Bibliography

VIII. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2014

  • Bess, Bekah, “The Historicity of the Exodus,” 2014.

  • Burt, Ian, “Constantine’s Christianity: Institutional Politics in an Emperor’s Rise to Power,” 2014.

  • Higgins, Thad, “Dependent Independence: The Consequences of Ireland's Neutrality During the Second World War,” 2014.

  • Hyder, Cody, “Bumpass Cove Landfill in Historical Context,” 2014.

  • Jones, Zach, “The struggles of blacks during integration into institutions of higher learning,” undated.

  • Renn, Beattie, “Peering Through the Mists of Arthur: A Glimpse into the Changing Religion of Early Medieval Welsh Society,” 2014.

  • Snyder, Anneke, “An Unfulfilled American Dream: The Nicaraguan Passage to the Pacific,” 2014.

XI. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2015

  • Achin, Kelsey, “A Historiographical Review and Comparison of John Fea, Isaac Kramnick and R. Laurence Moore,” undated.

  • Crawford, Joshua, “Why Normandy?” undated.

  • Reece, Samantha, “A Woman’s World: Espionage during the Civil War,” undated.

  • Siebenaler, Katherine, “Both Japanese and American: Japanese-American Childhood Before, During, and After the World War II Internment Era,” 2015.

X. Series: HIST 494 Seminar 2018

  • Copas, Andrew, “Senior Seminar Essay,” undated.

  • McCoy, Sean, “Evangelical Influence on Prohibition and the Eighteenth Amendment,” 2018.

  • Quinones, Vanessa, “Effectiveness of Rescue and Relief for the Warsaw Ghetto,” 2018.

  • Stanley, James, “C.H. Spurgeon and the Downgrade Controversy,” undated.


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