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Manuscripts by Subject - Family / Local History - #11116

Title: North Dakota Humanities Council Larry Remele Memorial Fellow Reports
Dates: 1996-2009

Collection Number: MSS 11116

Quantity: .5 feet
Abstract: Consists of reports to the people of North Dakota by Larry Remele Memorial Fellows of the North Dakota Humanities Council that were handouts at the Heritage Center presentations.

Provenance: Collected by SHSND staff. This inventory was prepared by Emily E. Schultz in February 2012.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.

Copyrights: Copyrights to materials in this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs. Researchers should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17, U. S. Code and an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.                                            
Access: This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota.  

Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.



Box 1:
1 “Theodore Roosevelt: From 'Cowboy' to Conservationist,” 2009  

2 “Land Crazy: North Dakota's Homestead Era,” 2008         
“The Star Quilt: Economic and Ceremonial Importance in American Indian Communities,"" Birgit Hans, Ph.D., 2008           

3 “A British Invasion? Shakespeare, Guthrie, and American Regional Theater,” Mark G. Aune, Ph. D., 2007       
“Cold War in a Cold Land: Fighting Communism in North Dakota,” David Mills, 2007       
“Within Living Memory: Gerald Vizenor's Hiroshima Bugi and Japanese-American Cultural Exchange After World War II,” Linda Lizut Helstern, Ph. D., 2007    

4 “From Teddy Roosevelt to the Izaak Walton League: Social History of Hunting in North Dakota, 1880-1950,” Jonathan Wagner, 2006         
 “America in 3-D: Landscape as National Identity and Tourist Attraction in View Master Stereographic Images,” Patrick Luber, 2006    
“Barefoot Hearts: Mexican-American Women's Voices in the Northern Plains,” Carol Pearson, Ph. D., 2006      
“Travel, Tourism, and American Culture: Theodore Dreiser's American Travel Diaries, 1916-1926,” Gary Totten, Ph. D., 2006    

5 “Aristocrats on the Plains: German Travelers and American Indians in the Early Nineteenth Century,” Dr. Birgit Hans, 2005     
“Building a 'Beloved Community': What We Can Learn from Novelist Charles Johnson,” Jim McWilliams, Ph. D., 2005   
“Image vs. Reality in the Old South: The Working World of Elite Slaveholding Women,” Nikki Berg, 2005           
“Land Ethic Considerations in Promoting North Dakota Tourism,” Mark Meister, Ph. D, 2005      

6 “’Into the Light of Christian Civilization': St. Elizabeth's Boarding School for Indian Children (1886-1967),” Carole Barrett, 2004 
“'Mother of the Republican Party': Jane Swisshelm and Minnesota Politics, 1857-1863,” Bethany Andreasen, 2004           
“On with the Show!: Theatrical Touring Companies in the 19th Century American West,” Dr. Deborah Ford, 2004           
“The Flu in ND: 1918,” Dr. Perry Hornbacher, 2004 
“Zerelda, Annie and Zee James: The Women Who Lived with Outlaws,” Julie Sandland, 2004      

7 “A Year of Upheaval: Railroad Unionization and the Strikes of 1894 in North Dakota,” Richard K. Stenberg, 2003           
“Norwegian Women and the Northern Prairies and Plains,” Lori Ann Lahlum, 2003          
“Reckoning With Slavery: Guilt in the Old South,” Dr. Eric Burin, 2003       
“The Dispossessed: The Ojibwa and Métis of Northwest North Dakota,” Dr. Gregory S. Camp, 2003        
“Traditional to Modern Métis Music,” Dianne B. Hardy-Falcon, 2003        

8 “Betabeleros and Sugar Beet Growers in the Red River Valley, 1919-1973,” Dr. Jim Norris, 2002         
“Polish Bonds & Czech Bridges: Social Capital in Walsh County,” Lynnell J. Simonson, 2002         
“Promise of Water: The Legacy of Pick-Sloan and the Irrigation of North Dakota,” Brian Keith Russell, 2002      
“The Memory Palaces of the Dakotas,” Tim Kennedy, 2002
“The Trials and Tribulations of Philip Quaque, 1741-1816: An African Missionary in West Africa,” Dr. Ty M. Reese, 2002   
“Promise of Water: The Legacy of Pick-Sloan and the Irrigation of North Dakota,” Brian Keith Russell, 2002

9 “Alexander Henry and the Historical Landscape,” Dr. Anne Kelsch, 2001
“Germans in Russia Write Their Dakota Relatives (1925-1935) 'We'll Meet Again in Heaven,” Ron Vossler, 2001           
“North Dakota Wilderness and Regions of the Mind,” Dr. Stephen L. Robbins, 2001            
“Oral Tradition to Choral Art: American Folk Songs,” Thomas J. Porter, 2001        
“The Cult of Developmentalism Moves North: Constructing a Meaning for Northern Manitoba,” Dr. James D. Mochoruk, 2001         
“The Home Front in North Dakota During WWII: 'With Heart and Hand': The Home Front War Effort,” D. Jerome Tweton, 2001 
“Welcome to the Magic of the Great Plains Chautauqua,” 2001     

10 “A Peek at Justice on the Dakota Frontier: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly,” Everett C. Albers, 2000      
“A Peek at Justice on the Dakota Frontier: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly,” Everett C. Albers (continued), 2000
“Commodity Cultures of the Northern Plains: Beets and Bison,"" Tom and Lotte Isern, 2000        
“Fannie Mahood Heath's Story: Changing Landscapes,"" Kathleen R. Brokke," 2000          
“The March King in the Flickertail State: John Philip Sousa in North Dakota, 1896-1928,” Thompson Brandt, 2000           
“Uniquely Rich or Richly Unique? Medora: Madame de Mores,” Karen Neidenthal Nelson, 2000
“'You Are Now Entering Bedford Falls': Hollywood's Vision of Small-Town America,” Michael Anderegg, 2000  

11 “Always a Bridesmaid, Never a Bride: Senator Lynn Joseph Frazier, Progressive Republican from North Dakota & Federal Agricultural Policy, 1923-1938,” Scot A. Stradley, 1999
“Nostalgia Isn't What it Used to Be: The Great Depression in Fargo in Memory and Reality,” David B. Danbom, 1999   
“Prairie 'Spass' The Folk Humor of North Dakota's Germans from Russia,” Ronald J. Vossler, 1999         
“TR, Cowboys, Rough riders and our Boys in the Philippines,” Everett C. Albers, 1999      
“What Should We Teach at Our University? 'Practical Education' or a 'Stilted Curriculum?' the Struggle to Define Higher Education at the University of North Dakota, 1883-1891,” Ken Smith, 1999           

12 “An Exodus of Medicine Stones,” Linda A. Olson, 1998   
“Separation of Church and State: A Comparison of America, England & Ireland,” Ann C. Kavanaugh, 1998         
“The Image of North Dakota: The Great American Desert to the Movie Fargo and Everything in Between,” Dr. Perry J. Hornbacher, 1998     
“The Piano Lesson in North Dakota Then and Now,” Dianne Hardy, 1998   
“William Avery Rockefeller of ND,” Albert I. Berger, 1998  

13 “Burned Sugar Pie: Women's Cultures in the Literature of Food,” Traci Marie Kelly, 1997      
“Cabbages, Chickens and Coal: the Burlington Subsistence Homestead Project,” Dr. Steven R. Hoffbeck, 1997   
“Linda Slaughter - An Intellectual Biography,” Barbara Handy-Marchello, 1997    
“The Problem of the West in American Social Christianity, 1880-1910,” Dr. John Waldmeir, 1997           
“The Traditions We Share: Folklore in Four Cultures,"" Dr. Timothy J. Kloberdanz, 1997

14 "Margaret Kelly Cable: Thoughtful Impressions in Clay," Donald Miller, 1996

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