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    • Horace M. Kallen and the Americanization of Zionism 

      Schmidt, Sarah (1973)
      Until the founding of the State of Israel in 1948, the years 1914-1921 constituted the high point of Zionism in America. Two factors were responsible: the outbreak of World War I which shifted major Zionist responsibility ...
    • Kirsten Flagstad Discography 

      Sanner, Howard C. (1981)
      Kirsten Flagstad, the leading Wagnerian soprano of her generation, left a legacy of more than 900 recordings. In a recording career that spanned 46 years, she recorded for the Scandinavian branches of Odeon, His Master's ...
    • The Administration of Ottoman Algeria (1517-1830) 

      Roughton, Richard Allen (1962)
      In the early sixteenth century Aruc and Hayru'd-Din Barbarossa established themselves as successful pirate captains in the western Mediterranean Sea. Aruc, the leader of their enterprises until his death in 1518, became ...
    • "THE WORLD WILL LITTLE NOTE NOR LONG REMEMBER": WOMEN AND GENDER IN THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG 

      Ericson, Christina Lynn (1996)
      This thesis is a gender analysis of the experiences of women in and around Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, during the Civil War battle in 1863. It examines ten eyewitness accounts written by these women to assess the impact ...
    • An Exploration of a Textile Pattern: Pearl Roundels Joined by Smaller Pearl Discs 

      Carmel, Lorna (1990)
      Scattered around the world are a number of textiles patterned with repeat systems of pearl roundels joined by smaller pearl discs at the tangential points. The roundels bear animal motifs similar to those represented in ...