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    • Native People of Southern New England, 1500-1650 

      Weinstein, Laurie (1997-07-01)
    • Native Peoples of the Southwest: Negotiating Land, Water, and Ethnicities 

      Weinstein, Laurie (Praeger Barbara, California, 2002-04-30)
      <p>For all peoples on all continents and for all times, water has been the blood of life. It is fitting then, that this book about the peoples of the Southwest be dedicated to an examination of water in a land that has ...
    • Neeves Senior Thesis 2009 

      Neeves, Nicholas (2009-06-12)
    • New-World Podostemacae - Ecological and Evoluntionary Enigmas 

      Philbrick, Tom; Novelo, Alejandro (1995-06-01)
    • Nonlinear Optical Materials, Applications from the Science Building at WCSU 

      Litwin, Brandon M (2011-05-20)
      This presentation focuses on the applications of my research rather than on the science, the content is summarized as follows: Nonlinear optical materials are electromagnetic (i.e. light) frequency modulating compounds ...
    • Normalcy: A Collection of Short Stories 

      Perreten, Kayleigh (2010-12-16)
      Normalcy is a collection of short stories that explores how human relationships emotionally damage one or both parties. The stories follow the relationships of four people who, on the outside, would be considered "normal" ...
    • Nursing Students' Attitudes Towards Virtual Patient Simulation 

      Nielson, Mary (2018-12-17)
      <p><em> The Carnegie Foundation Report</em> (Benner, Sutphen, Leonard & Day, 2010) calls for profound changes in the education of nurses. These changes include immersing students in the discipline and enhancing ...
    • On Good Authority 

      McGuckin, Briana (2020-05-30)
      <p><em>On Good Authority</em> is a Victorian Gothic novel. It begins with two workhouse adolescents sneaking away to play a game: Marian acts the part of a thief, and Valentine arrests and punishes her. This awakens a sense ...
    • On Thatcher Island 

      Scrimgeour, James (The Last Automat Press, NY, 2008-07-01)
    • One and Done 

      Lowe, James (2010-12-16)
      Among the many freshman that have entered the draft, a few players stand out that prove there is no reason why they should have to go to college and are NBA ready. The group of player's analyzed in this section have mixed ...
    • Only the Wounded 

      Monda, Erin (2010-05-11)
      Only the Wounded is the beginning portion of a novel about a young woman in modern America who develops the Catholic stigmata. A series of supernatural abilities accompany the physical manifestation, and her curiosity is ...
    • Oral History Interview with Adityen Sandhhu 

      Zimmer, Zack (2007-08-31)
      Adityen discusses stereotypes of India. And describes his immigrant life which lead him across the globe and eventually to the United States. He goes on to discuss the impact of all of the moving on his life.
    • Oral History Interview with Alex 

      Joseph, Costello (2007-04-11)
      Alex arrived in Somers, New York from Bosnia at the age of 22. She describes conditions in Bosnia, including how the war of 1992-95 affected her family, and why she moved to the U.S. She explains the differences she has ...
    • Oral History Interview with Andres Quiroz 

      Crawford, Alex (2007-08-02)
      Andres Quiroz, an air conditioning installer immigrated to Danbury eleven years ago and explores current issues facing the immigrant population today. Including immigrant arrest, immigrant employment issues and the correlation ...
    • Oral History Interview with Anna Zavalskaya Radcliff 

      DiBella, Lauren (2007-08-08)
      Anna Zavalskaya Radcliff, a Senior Account Executive met her American husband on a German dating website and married in Post-Communist Russia. Anna details life under Communism, life after Communism and her new life in ...
    • Oral History Interview with Anonymous 

      Music, Ilden (2007-08-31)
      Anonymous decided to immigrate to the United States after marrying her husband, who was already an American citizen. She describes her positive outlook of life under Communism and the benefits of her new life in America.
    • Oral history interview with Basil Wasiczko 

      Sinclaire, John (2007-03-25)
      Mr. Wasciczko tells of growing up in Nazi occupied Poland and its transformation to a Soviet satellite after the defeat of Hitler. Upon his arrival in America, the subject was employed by some important U.S. firms and ...
    • Oral History Interview with Billy Vu 

      Alesi, Matthew (2007-05-02)
      Billy Vu tells the story of his family's decision to leave Communist Vietnam, live temporarily in a Hong Kong refugee camp, and finally to make a new life in the Danbury area. He describes the difficult conditions in the ...
    • Oral History Interview with Bridget Boylan 

      Lanning, Katie (2007-05-01)
      Mrs. Bridget Boylan recounts her life history, beginning in Aughaicliffe, Ireland to her settlement in Mount Kisco, New York. She describes growing up in a farming family and limited opportunities in Ireland. Her father ...
    • Oral History Interview with Carla Netto 

      Starks, Jessica (2007-08-31)
      Carla Netto sailed to America as a child, passing the Statue of Liberty on a boat. She tells of her childhood in America, the struggle to adapt to the education system, the language and the food. Having been through the ...