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http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973/CLIO_1973_001.pdf
The novice interviewer will find such a project challenging and frightening, but also bearing the potential of considerable rewards. Many students ignore interviewing as a research tool because the logistics problems appear, at first glance, to be…

http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973/CLIO_1973_002.pdf
In the spring of 1973 four of us worked together on a single historical enquiry -- Who began the Korean War? Most Americans have assumed that the North Koreans attacked the South without warning, but a few historians have suggested that the South…

http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973/CLIO_1973_003.pdf
I have discovered that the process of trying to gain admission to law school can indeed be a very disheartening one. Through lack of information easily available to the students, many interested in law school do not meet certain deadlines or perhaps…

http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973/CLIO_1973_004.pdf
Archival research is a solitary but satisfying experience, The very nature of the work demands a painstaking exambation of documents. Everyone working at an archive pursues his individual topic with the persistence of a physical scientist who spends…

http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973/CLIO_1973_005.pdf
The Library of Congress is divided into two buildings: the Main Building and the Annex. The Main Building contains books and the Annex stores newspapers and periodicals. As for location, the buildings are behind the Capital with the Main Building…

http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973/CLIO_1973_Front.pdf
CLIO, the muse of history, is published by the Sigma Eta
Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta (the International History Honor Society), in cooperation with the Western Connecticut State College History Club. This issue of CLIO was financed by Student…

http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973_2/1.pdf
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http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973_2/2.pdf
The Presidency of John Kennedy is no more than a dream to me. Most of what I remember about him is very blurred and probably comes from books and old magazines which I read in great volume after he died. I was unaware of him during his…

http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973_2/3.pdf
A fourteen-year old high school freshman hardly expects to have anything unusual or disruptive occur at an ultra-conservative school such as Port1and Sr. High School in Portland, Connecticut. Each day is similar to every other day; the only thing…

http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973_2/4.pdf
Comparing my feelings on the assassination of John F. Kennedy when the event occurred to my attitude toward the tragedy now, I come to the realization that in some repects youth is an extravagance of time.

http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973_2/5.pdf
Normally if one were to talk about an event in the past, I would shrug my shoulders and answer with an 'I don't remember.' What is it that makes the death of John F. Kennedy stand out as if it had happened yesterday?

http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973_2/6.pdf
John F. Kennedy has long enjoyed one of the most favored images in the public mind among recent American Presidents. Much of this can be attributed to personal qualities and the tragic nature of his abortive Presidency. For the better part of a…

http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/relatedObjects/clio/1973_2/7.pdf
The tenth anniverary of President John F. Kennedy's death has sparked a renewed interest in the controversia1 circumstances surrounding that event.

2011_1.pdf
Geisha have enchanted both Japanese and foreigners alike for centuries. With their unique beauty and exceptional skills in the arts, they are difficult to overlook. In the west, geisha rival Mount Fuji and the bullet train as the most recognizable…

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Amidst darkness and silence, Helen Keller spoke emphatically about her observations of the world around her. Although it rarely was, her voice was not a spoken one, but a written one. Found in the forms of bubbles of Braille, a statement was made…

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In the history of the United States of America, four Presidents have been fatally wounded by the gunfire of an assassin. While the assassinations of Presidents Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy have gained ultimate infamy, the murders of Presidents…

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Gender has shaped the conception of evil since the beginning of mythology. The archetypes of good and evil are easier to conceptualize when anthropomorphized in the shapes of men and women. Phillip Cole notes that one of the Devil's traditional…

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Life for women in the medieval era was less than ideal. Women had little autonomy, and only had two avenues to pursue, a life dedicated to God or to marriage. Yet, the station of women within society changed after the bubonic plague, due to the lack…

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Oral history is in many ways different from a text-focused, traditional approach, yet the two may certainly be used and understood in conjunction. To make the best use of a work of oral history, the reader, researcher, teacher or reviewer must think…

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Introductory pages of vol. II, No. 1.

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8 x 11", handwritten land deed

002_Billett Introduction.pdf
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011_Clio Bio.pdf
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merritt001.pdf
The first two pages of the book, Destination Unknown.
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