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    Access to Nature, Access to Health: The Government Free Bathhouse at Hot Springs National Park, 1877 to 1922 [1]
    Agents unto Themselves: Reconstructing the Narrative of Women’s Roles in the Anglo-Saxon Conversion [1]
    Alderman Jim Pendergast [1]
    Autonomy in the Great War: the experience of the German soldier on the Eastern Front [1]
    Backdating Stock Options: A Primer in Social Irresponsibility [1]
    Beneath Mark Twain: Judgments of Justice and Gender in Twain's Early Western Writing, 1861-1873 [1]
    Building Bridges: An Anthology of the War on Prostitution and the Greater Women’s Movement in Kansas City [1]
    Bushwhacker Belles : Exploring Gender, Guerrilla Warfare, and the Union Provost Marshal Records [1]
    Chapel Hill, Missouri: Lost Visions of America's Vanguard on the Western Frontier 1820 to 1865 [1]
    Choosing the Best Course: Cultural and Social Influences on the Female Mathematics Graduate Students at the University of Kansas in the 1890s [1]
    Cleared to land in the desert: commercial air travel's role in the growth and development of Las Vegas as a world-class travel destination [1]
    A Collection of Primary Source Texts Related to the History of Christianity: The Early Church [1]
    Constructing Comanche: Imperialism, Print Culture, and the Creation of the Most Dangerous Indian in Antebellum America [1]
    Cultural and Social Influences on the Female Mathematics Graduate Students at the University of Kansas in the 1890s [1]
    Development Theory and the Cold War: A Historical Analysis of Latin American Structuralism from 1930 to 1970 [1]
    Diverse Struggles to Preserve Tribal Identity on the Plains: Religion as Survival Strategy in the Late Nineteenth Century among the Lakota and Osage [1]
    Duplicity: The University of Missouri Confronts Gay Lib, 1971-78 [1]
    Elegit Domum sibi Placabilem: Choice and the Twelfth-Century Religious Woman [1]
    Fanning the Flames of Discontent: The Free Speech Fight of the Kansas City Industrial Workers of the World and the Making of Midwestern Radicalism [1]
    Feminizing Grief: Victorian Women and the Appropriation of Mourning [1]