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Dissertations from 2017

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William Walker and the Seeds of Progressive Imperialism: The War in Nicaragua and the Message of Regeneration, 1855-1860, John J. Mangipano

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“Gosh I Miss the Cold War”: Post-Cold War Foreign Policy Making In The United States, 1989-1995, Samantha A. Taylor

Dissertations from 2016

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Bearing the Double Burden: Combat Chaplains and the Vietnam War, John Donellan Fitzmorris III

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More Sieve Than Shield: The U.S. Army and CORDS in the Pacification of Phu Yen Province, Republic of Vietnam, 1965-1972, Robert John Thompson III

Dissertations from 2015

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The Soldier and the Cigarette: 1918-1986, Joel Richard Bius

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Building Within Our Borders: Black Women Reformers in the South from 1890 to 1920, Tonya D. Blair

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Trading Identities: National Identity, Loyalty, and Backcountry Merchants in Revolutionary America, 1740-1816, Timothy Charles Hemmis

Dissertations from 2013

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Conflict and Controversy in the Confederate High Command: Johnston, Davis, Hood, and the Atlanta Campaign of 1864, Dennis Blair Conklin II

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Second Families of Virginia: Professional Power-Brokers in a Revolutionary Age, 1700-1790, Wesley Thomas Joyner

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Direct Responsibility: Caspar Weinberger and the Reagan Defense Buildup, Robert Howard Wieland

Dissertations from 2012

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Slavery and Empire: The Development of Slavery in the Natchez District, 1720-1820, Christian Pinnen

Dissertations from 2011

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Race and Justice in Mississippi's Central Piney Woods, 1940-2010, Patricia Michelle Buzard-Boyett

Dissertations from 2010

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The Italian Emigration of Modern Times: Relations Between Italy and the United States Concerning Emigration Policy, Diplomacy, and Anti-Immigrant Sentiment, 1870-1927, Patrizia Fama Stahle

Dissertations from 2008

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Shadows Over Goshen: Plain Whites, Progressives and Paternalism in the Depression South, Fred Carl Smith

Dissertations from 2007

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William H. Mahone of Virginia: An Intellectual Biography, 1830--1890, John Fabian Chappo

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Man of Douglas, Man of Lincoln: The Political Odyssey of James Henry Lane, Ian Michael Spurgeon

Dissertations from 2006

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The Man With a Plan: Theodore Bilbo's Adaptation of National Progressivism In Mississippi, Stephen Richard Black

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The Ritualized Construction of Status: The Men Who Made Mardi Gras, 1830--1900, Ann Janine Jurgens Pond

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The Education of Robert Lewis Dabney, Jeffrey David Ray

Dissertations from 2005

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City Under Siege: Resistance and Power in Natchez, Mississippi, 1719--1857, Jaime Elizabeth Boler

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Puff Graham: American Media, American Culture and the Creation of Billy Graham, 1949--1953, George Harsch

Dissertations from 2003

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Mussolini's March On America: Italian Americans and the Fascist Experience, 1922--1941, Martin Scott Catino

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White Women and Respectability In Antebellum New Orleans, 1830--1861, Jonathan David Sarnoff

Dissertations from 2002

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Bryan Grimes: Power and Patronage Among the Nineteenth-Century Planters of Eastern North Carolina, Michael William Coffey

Dissertations from 2001

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Empire, Progress, and the American Southwest: The Texas and Pacific Railroad, 1850--1882, Richard Nathaniel Griffith Means

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Natchez During the Civil War, William Ashley Vaughan

Dissertations from 2000

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The Pen Makes a Good Sword: John Forsyth and the "Mobile Register", 1837--1877, Lonnie Alexander Burnett

Dissertations from 1999

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Pariah Diplomacy: The Slavery Issue In Confederate Foreign Relations, Gregory Louis Mattson

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Leonidas Polk and Episcopal Identity: An Evangelical Experiment In the Mid-Nineteenth Century South, Glenn M. Robins

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An Incurable Skin Condition: Black Physicians In the Jim Crow South, Thomas Joseph Ward

Dissertations from 1998

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A Window of Opportunity: A History of the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital In the First Half of the Korean War, John Patrick Apel

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D-Day Deception: Operation Fortitude and the Normandy Invasion, Mary Kathryn Barbier

Dissertations from 1997

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Women, the Lost Cause, and the New South: The United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Transmission of Confederate Culture, 1894-1919, Karen Lynne Cox

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The Reciprocal Trade Agreements Program and Guatemala: A Study of United States Relations With Central America, 1934--1936, Mary Ann Oalmann Sison

Dissertations from 1996

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The 1878 Yellow Fever Epidemic In Mississippi, Deanne Love Stephens Nuwer

Dissertations from 1987

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Choctaw Mixed Bloods and the Advent of Removal, Samuel James Wells

Dissertations from 1983

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The Origins, Administration, and Impact of the Contagious Diseases Acts From A Military Perspective (England), John Gill Gamble

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Theodore G. Bilbo's Senatorial Career: The Final Years, 1941-1947, Charles Pope Smith

Dissertations from 1980

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Pawns and Powerbrokers: OSS and the Yugoslav Resistance During the Second World War, Thomas Kirkwood Ford

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Problems of Government Regulation: The Mississippi Railroad Commission, 1884-1956, Daniel Camille Vogt

Dissertations from 1979

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William Phillips and the Development of American Foreign Policy, 1933-1947, Paul Henry Reuter

Dissertations from 1976

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Germany, Spain, and the Caroline Islands, 1885-1899, Richard Gary Brown

Dissertations from 1973

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The Evolution of the Legal System of the Republic of Vietnam, Vincent J. Sherry

Dissertations from 1972

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The Impact of the Camp Shelby Mobilization On Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 1940-1946, William Theodore Schmidt

Dissertations from 1971

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A Social History of the Mid-Gulf South (Panama City - Mobile) 1930-1950, Bernadette Kuehn Loftin

Dissertations from 1970

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S.S. General Karl Wolff and the Surrender of the German Troops In Italy, 1945, Charles Wayne Smith

Dissertations from 1969

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The Florida Parish Ellises and Louisiana Politics, 1820-1918, Ernest Russ Williams