This collection features theses from Master of Arts students in the Department of History Graduate Program at Central Washington University.

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Theses from 2018

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Your Thoughts Projected: Television Comedies, Economic Content, and American Economic Attitudes, 1949-1990, Cody J. Lolos

Theses from 2017

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“NO OTHER AGENCY": PUBLIC EDUCATION (K-12) IN WASHINGTON STATE DURING WORLD WAR I AND THE RED SCARE, 1917-1920, Jennifer Nicole Arleen Crooks

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LIFE AND SEOUL OF THE PARTY: SOUTH KOREA’S BRIEF OCCUPATION UNDER COMMUNIST NORTH KOREA, Catherine Rose Graham

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FLOOD OF CHANGE: THE VANPORT FLOOD AND RACE RELATIONS IN PORTLAND, OREGON, Michael James Hamberg

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BOUND IN BERMUDA AND VIRGINIA: THE FIRST CENTURY OF SLAVE LAWS AND CUSTOMS, Max Tiffany

Theses from 2016

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Race, Immigration, and a Change of Heart: A History of the San Francisco Chinatown, Sarah Littman

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Soviet Defectors: Sexuality, Gender, and the Family in Cold War Propaganda, 1960-1990, Scott A. Miller

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British Intelligence Operations During the Anglo-Irish War, Elliott N. Reid

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The Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition and Seattle's Health Modernization, Shannon J. Rodman

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King James' Daemonologie and Scottish Witchcraft Trials, Kelsee Shearer

Theses from 2015

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The Rise and Fall of the Minnesota Middle Ground: Henry Hastings Sibley and the Ethnic Cleansing of Minnesota, Jordan Scott Bergstrom

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Broken Promises: Rape, Race, and the Union Army, Kellie J. Hedgers

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Control of Violence, Control of Fear: The Progression of Gun Control in San Francisco, 1847-1923, Josselyn P. Huerta