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    "The demise of in loco parentis in American higher education" : campus rules and student behavior at the University of Missouri, 1866 to 1975
    Destructive state interest and panhellenism in Thucydides
    The education of noble girls in medieval France: Vincent of Beauvais and De eruditione filiorum nobilium
    Ever towards the setting sun they push us: American Indian identity in the writings of Mary Alicia Owen
    Exchange and settlement patterns as evidence for social stratification and developing complexity in prehistoric and early Christian Ireland
    The exploration of Africa and the construction of imperial masculinity
    The family farm in the post-World War II era: industrialization, the cold war and political symbol
    Family matters : casework, manhood, and the Bureau for Homeless Men, St. Louis, 1925-1940
    Farmers, warriors, and grandfathers: the Shawnee and Delaware Indians and their neighbors in the trans-Mississippi West, 1787-1832
    Federal policy on agriculture under the Reagan administration: the first year
    The federalist frontier: early American political development in the old northwest
    Fording the Severn : the influence of intermarriage and judicial participation on Welsh identity and self-identification in Shropshire and the Central March of Wales in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries
    Foreign occupation and the development of Filipino nationalism
    Francis Wayland: Christian America-liberal America
    Fremont, OH: from Armistice 1918 to elections 1920
    From Gastarbeiter to Muslims: representations of Turkish migrants in West Germany from 1961-1989
    From Norwegian invasion to Anglo-Saxon Rebellion : forging memories of Conquest England, c. 1066-1235
    A grave injustice : institutional terror at the State Industrial Home for Negro girls and the paradox of delinquent reform in Missouri, 1888-1960
    The greatest improvement of any country: economic development in Ullapool and the Highlands, 1786-1835
    "Guarding Innocence" : age of consent, gender, and progressivism