Vol 2, No 1

History Senior Thesis

Features a selection of papers written in History 499, Senior Thesis Seminar: Approaches to the Study of History, during the Spring 2009 semester. These papers represent a wide range of historical topics from early Christian history to desegregation issues in the 1960s. Many thanks go to Dr. Paul Harvey and Dr. Bernice Forrest, the UCCS professors who lead these classes.

Table of Contents


The First Four Ecumenical Councils as Ineffective Means to Control the Rise and Spread of Heterodox Christian Ideologies PDF
Ryan Hasbrouck 1-19
An Exercise in Deception: John M. Chivington at the Battle of Glorieta Pass PDF
Mertis Smith 20-43
The Battle of Sand Creek Strategic Scapegoats and Military Martyrs PDF
Brian Peterson 44-62
Never to be Forgotten: The Tale of Women Spies During the Civil War PDF
Hannah Wall 63-76
They Died With Their Boots On: Breaking the Myth of the Categorization of the Gunmen of the American West PDF
Angela Dinolfo 77-94
From Pulpits to Polls: How Female Preachers Birthed the Women's Rights Movement PDF
Cindy J. Solomon 95-112
Let Us Die Bravely: United States Chaplains in World War II PDF
Jeremiah Snyder 113-130
Eugenic Sterilization: The Final Solution for America PDF
Jessie A. Carlson 131-144
Virginia's "Massive Folly": Harry Byrd, Prince Edward County and the Front Line PDF
Laura Grant 145-160