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Latinos in Missouri : Gateway to a New Community : Proceedings of the 2004 annual conference Including selected papers from 2003
(University of Missouri Extension in cooperation with the Cambio Center, University of Missouri, 2007)
The University of Missouri is proud to bring you the proceedings from the 2003 and 2004 Cambio de Colores conferences. These proceedings showcase the excellent presentations from both events and share information as we ...
Immigration of Latinos to Missouri
(University of Missouri Extension, 2002)
Missouri has a history of diversity in geography, the economy, culture and people. The state is well known for its ability to adapt to the changes required to accommodate this diversity. Among the changes that are occurring ...
Adolph R. Krause and Augusta W. (Richter) Krause and their descendants (1860-2009)
(William John Krause II, 2009)
This books summarizes the family history of Adolph R. and Augusta W. (Richter) Krause following their arrival in the United States.
A very special place in life : the history of juvenile justice in Missouri
(Missouri Juvenile Justice Association, 2003)
Professor Abrams chronicles the nineteenth century struggle for a special court to rehabilitate delinquent and dependent children and their families. The leaders were dedicated reformers- the "child savers" who sought to ...
Health Sciences Research Day, Thursday, November 11, 2010
The 2010 Health Sciences Research Day booklet contains the program for the day, biographies of the 2010 Dorsett L. Spurgeon, MD Distinguished Medical Research Award Recipient and invited speakers, and abstracts of the ...
Missouri performance trials, 1961 : Sorghum
(University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1962)
This report summarized the sorghum performance trials conducted by the Agricultural Experiment Station at five locations in the state of Missouri during 1961.
The great western land pirate : John A. Murrell in legend and history
(University of Missouri Press, 1981)
John A. Murrell lived in Tennessee when Andrew Jackson was president. According to legend, he was an able man who had been raised to be a rascal by his unscrupulous mother. Flogged and imprisoned as a youth, he swore eternal ...
The radical self : metamorphosis to animal form in modern Latin American narrative
(University of Missouri Press, 1988)
This essay approaches modern Latin American narrative from a predominantly phenomenological and existential perspective and therefore marks a departure from the main currents of contemporary Latin American criticism, which ...
Studies in the contemporary Spanish-American short story
(University of Missouri Press, 1979)
This work deals with selected Latin-American writers of short stories and, in the case of each author, with only one or a limited number of texts. No attempt has been made to write a history of the contemporary short story ...
The opossum : its amazing story
(University of Missouri-Columbia, Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences, School of Medicine, 2006)
The opossum (Didelphis virginiana Kerr) was the first marsupial discovered by Western Europeans and is the only marsupial found in the United States. In spite of its fascination to scientists, the opossum is one of the ...
Thomas Stothard : the mechanisms of art patronage in England circa 1800
(University of Missouri Press, 1988)
Thomas Stothard (1755-1834) was probably the most prolific illustrator of his times, executing designs for everything from landscape, sculpture, and history painting to ceramics, silverwork, and book illustration. The ...
Truman and the 80th Congress
(University of Missouri Press, 1971)
In domestic policy the Eightieth Congress is best known for its attack on the New Deal programs and its refusal to expand the welfare state. A close examination, however, reveals the limited mature of the attack as well ...
The Venezuelan Armed Forces in politics, 1935-1959
(University of Missouri Press, 1972)
The purpose of this study is to analyze the political role of the Venezuelan military from the death of Gen. Juan Vicente Gomez in 1935 to the presidency of Romulo Betancourt in 1959. This analysis should contribute to a ...
Black Freemasonry and middle-class realities
(University of Missouri Press, 1980)
This book documents some of the realities of success as being racially delimited. For more than two hundred years this segment of the black middle class has at the same time dealt with the system of exclusion and yet ...
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1992)
Yearbook for the University of Missouri--Columbia School of Medicine.
(University of Missouri Press, 1978)
This study will deal specifically with seven of Calderon's plays: two autos, Los encantos de la Culpa and El gran teatro del mundo; the "metaphysical" play La vida es sueno; the historico-religious play El principe constante; ...
Let it ride
(University of Missouri Press, 1991)
Written with the breathtaking beauty of the woods at night, 'Let It Ride' is a lyrical, witty celebration of the significance of the small things in our lives--children, insects, fleeting thoughts--by a writer of uncommon talent
William Alanson Borden (1853-1931) : an apostle of international librarianship
(International Library Center, 1992)
Although William Alanson Borden was an important figure of his times, yet he was not a national figure. He was an engineer-librarian. He designed a book stand, a newspaper file, called "Boston Athenaeum Newspaper File," a ...
Growth and development with special reference to domestic animals. XXXV, Energetic efficiency of milk production and the influence of body weight thereon
(University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1935)
The Kefauver Committee and the politics of crime, 1950-1952
(University of Missouri Press, 1974)
In 1950, the essentials of two distinct interpretations of organized crime existed side by side in the United States. One was essentially socioeconomic, one conspiratorial. The Kefauver Crime Committee of 1950-1951 was to ...