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James Blair Historical Review

By College of William and Mary, Emilie Raymer, Amy Limoncelli, Lydia Blackmore, Patrick Kirby, Elizabeth Sargeant, Laura Evers, Christopher Consolino and Hiroshi Kitamura

Abstract

The mission of the James Blair Historical Review is to publish the College of William and Mary’s best undergraduate history research papers, and thereby showcase the talent of the College’s history students and the strength of her Department of History. The Historical Review seeks to provide a professional platform through which students can explore historically significant themes and issues.The Field of Cloth of Gold: Henry VIII’s Display of Princely Magnificence -Ami Limoncelli Sacrifice and Salvation: Religious Drama in Colonial Mexico -Andrew DiAntonio Insurrections and Independence: How the Gunpowder Incident Thrust British and Afro-Virginians into the American Revolution -Nicole Lidstrom “Black as an Indian and Dirty as a Pig” The Unexpected Perseverance of Female Hospital Workers during America’s Civil War -Anna Storm Australian Aboriginal Rights The 1967 Referendum -Lisa Keppl

Topics: History--Periodicals, College students' writings, American--Virginia--Williamsburg--Periodicals
Publisher: College of William and Mary. Department of History
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:digitalarchive.wm.edu:10288/2095
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