• Celtic contribution to European culture during the early middle ages 

    Van Cleve, Thomas Curtis, 1888-1976 (University of Missouri, 1912)
    In dealing with the cultural conditions in Ireland during the early Middle Ages this discussion will concern itself with four main phases. In the first place an attempt will be made to show that the conditions under which ...
  • English secondary schools in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries 

    Tyler, Eleanor Murdoch (University of Missouri, 1907)
    English secondary education was not a product of the Reformation period, but existed and flourished in earlier times. Apparently reading and writing were everywhere common among the people, for we find that the principal ...
  • The Jews in England during the 13th century 

    Ebright, Alpha Mills (University of Missouri, 1907)
    There has been much difference of opinion as to when the Jews first appeared in England. Most historians say they were brought over from the Continent by William the Conqueror upon pecuniary consideration. But there are ...
  • Mediaeval student life 

    Oliver, John William (University of Missouri, 1912)
    To understand the origin and development of the mediaeval universities we must turn to those great social, political and religious movements which characterize that period of European history known as the Twelfth Century ...
  • The Norman-English baronage as a factor in English political and governmental development, 1066-1205 

    Moulton, Ella Lee (University of Missouri, 1909)
    The purpose of this thesis is to study the history of the English baronage as a factor in early English History - special emphasis being given to their political and governmental development from the Norman Conquest to the ...
  • The origin and history of the doctrine of popular sovereignty 

    Quaife, Milo Milton, 1880-1959 (University of Missouri, 1905)
    In this study of the Doctrine of Popular Sovereignty the principal attention has been devoted to its origin and its growth as a political policy until Stephen A. Douglas became its champion and secured its adoption by ...
  • The policy of the early Tudors respecting forestalling, engrossing and regrating 

    Parsons, Elmer Garrett (University of Missouri, 1912)
    The great characteristic of sixteenth century English government was the enormous power of the ruler. Beginning, in the last quarter of the fifteenth century, with the Yorkist king Edward IV, Parliament had become a less ...
  • Society in England during the fourteenth century 

    Guthrie, Fannie Virginia (University of Missouri, 1907)
    In the early fourteenth century the classes of society in England were in a state of transition. Forces had been at work for some time, but there had been no clear manifestations of the changes in social conditions until ...