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Dissertations for United States History
Beeghley, James R.
An examination of the use of digital historical resources for the teaching of the Civil War in south central Pennsylvania public schoolsPh.D. thesis, Duquesne University.
Cisneros, Jes Raul
The Civilian Conservation Corps as educational technology, 1933–1942Ph.D. thesis, Northern Illinois University.
The Impact of Computer Based Instruction on Knowledge and Motivation to Learn about the Underground RailroadPh.D. thesis, Walden University.
Donahue, Stephen Joseph
Sentimental constructions and indeterminate meanings: Thomas Jefferson and the works of Sterne [and] The idea of an OWL: Online writing conferences for second language studentsPh.D. thesis, Idaho State University.
Johnson, Riley Todd
Educative experiences of rural junior high history fair participants seeking and evaluating online primary sourcesPh.D. thesis, Northern Illinois University.
Immigrants take over schools: A historical study of minorities influencing educational *policyPh.D. thesis, Capella University.
Livingstone, David Michael
Architectural history of industrial Los Angeles: California's last railroad signal buildings, Redondo Junction Tower (1906–2001) and Hobart Tower (1926–2002)Master's thesis, California State University, Dominguez Hills.
Picard, Paul M.
Technology based interviews: Constructing better student attitudes toward history by using technology to develop a technology based interview archive of the Great DepressionPh.D. thesis, Teachers College, Columbia University.
Riley, Faye E.
Centron, an industrial/educational film studio, 1947–1981: A microhistoryPh.D. thesis, University of Kansas.
Seymour, Johanna W.
Using Baltimore County historic sites as primary sources for public school educationMaster's thesis, University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Totten, Coral L. N.
Industry in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, 1861–1865Master's thesis, West Virginia University.
Wiatr, Elizabeth Ann
Seeing American: Visual education and the making of modern observers, 1900–1935Ph.D. thesis, University of California, Irvine.