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    A Quack on Trial: Advertising and Education in Missouri's Medical Marketplace, 1850--1890 [1]
    Rendering assistance to best advantage: the development of women's activism in Kansas City, 1870 to World War I [1]
    Representation of Kansas City in the Priests of Pallas Parade [1]
    Sandoz Writing (Righting) History [1]
    Smokey the ‘Praying’ Bear: Changing Cultural Attitudes Towards Nature in America During the Postwar Era, 1948 - 1958 [1]
    "Something at Least Human": Transatlantic (Re)Presentations of Creole Women in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture [1]
    The spectacle haunting Europe: colonialism, commercialism, and everyday images of Africa in imperial Germany [1]
    The spider in the web: the weaving of a new, Lancastrian England in the late fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries [1]
    Strings of Hope: The Meanings of the Violin in Jewish and Holocaust History [1]
    The Lieber Codes Effectiveness in Jackson County, Missouri [1]
    Then Came a Post : Postcards and the Challenge of Communication During The Great War [1]
    The Theological Edifice of Modern Experiential Protestantism: Schleiermacher, Kierkegaard, and Palmer’s Reconstruction of nineteenth Century Pietism [1]
    The Un'Gathering of the Tribes: performing, writing, and remaking masculine identity at 1990s alternative rock festivals [1]
    The United States of Embarrassment: How Concerns about the World’s View of America Propelled Justice Department Action in Civil Rights [1]
    Use of Federal Troops in Civil Disturbances 1892-1968 [1]
    A veritable revolution: the Court of Criminal Appeal in English criminal history 1908-1958 [1]
    The Victorian Preacher’s Malady: The Metaphorical Usage of Gout in the Life of Charles Haddon Spurgeon [1]
    When Cultures Collide: How Primitive Masculinity and Class Conflict Derailed the Patrick J. Hurley Diplomatic Mission to China, 1944-1945 [1]
    Whitewashing or amnesia: a study of the construction of race in two Midwestern counties [1]
    The Women of reform: Kansas eugenics [1]