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    Fanning the Flames of Discontent: The Free Speech Fight of the Kansas City Industrial Workers of the World and the Making of Midwestern Radicalism
    Feminizing Grief: Victorian Women and the Appropriation of Mourning
    For conscience's sake: the 1839 emigration of the Saxon Lutherans
    Forgetting strength : Coffeyville, the black freedom struggle, and the vanishing of memory
    From Pop Culture to Nuclear Debate: The Impact of The Day After in Lawrence and Kansas City
    From ‘Remedy Highly Esteemed’ to ‘Barbarous Practice’: The Rise and Fall of Acupuncture in Nineteenth-Century America
    The Ghost in the Machine: Frances Perkins’ Refusal to Accept Marginalization
    Here comes Athena! : a representation of Kansas City in the Priests of Pallas Parade
    A History of Yemeni Mobility
    Hunting Freedom: The Many Paths to Emancipation in Civil War Missouri
    I consign her wretched walk, her words, deeds, and evil talk: erotic magic and women in the ancient Greco-Roman world
    Imagining and performing The Self in NAZI Germany: Leisure and travel in the correspondence of Hilde Laube and Roland Nordhoff, 1938-39
    Insanity, rhetoric and women : nineteenth-century women's asylum narratives
    The Johnson Treatment: Cold War Food Aid and the Politics of Gratitude
    La France au bord de l’Amérique (France on the edge of America): Saint Pierre and Miquelon in the Twentieth Century
    The Laboring Irish: Developing Community and Industry in Early Kansas City
    The Last Patron of Tintern Abbey: The Family and Piety of Roger Bigod
    Legal empire: international law and culture in U.S.-Latin American relations
    Living in Fear: An Analysis of Writings by Elizabeth Tudor, 1544-1565
    "Loving all People Regardless of Race, Creed, or Color": James L. Delk and the Lost History of Pentecostal Interracialism