List of UALR Public History MA Graduates and Completed Theses
Myra Suzanne Easley. “Privies, Politics, and Public Schools: Public Health and Education Reform in Arkansas, 1908-1917.” 2010.
David Robert Witte. “World War II in the Rockies: The Construction of Camp Hale, Colorado.” 2010.
Anita E. Reddig. “Quakers in the Delta: An Administative History of Southland College Near Helena, Arkansas 1864-1925.” 2010.
Marjorie Caroline Millar. “Main Street in Black and White.” 2010.
Sara Ann Drew. “A History of Argenta: The Making of a Historic District.” 2010.
Jane Ann Wilkerson. “Little Rock Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, 1888 to 1903.” 2009.
Amanda L. Paige. “Susette La Flesche: Indian Rights and Rural Protest in 19th Century America.” 2009.
M. Melissa Laney. “Forgotten but not Forgiven: The Legacy of Governor Ben T. Laney.” 2009.
Kara Ellis. “Assuming Responsibility: The Little Rock Branch of the American Association of University Women and the Little Rock School Desegregation Crisis.” 2009.
Daniel Andrew Benton. “Segregationist Organizations and the Promotion of Violence during the Hoxie and Little Rock Crises of 1955 and 1957.” 2009.
Jane-Ellen Ross. “Zinc! By Thuder!: A History of the Rush Creek Mining District, Marion County, Arkansas From 1886 to 1918.” 2008.
Brian K. Robertson. “’They are Men who Would Die by the Stars and Stripes:’ The 2nd Arkansas Cavalry (US) During the American Civil War.” 2008.
James Anthony Metrailer, Jr. “Skilled Workers in Little Rock’s Building Trades, Manufactories, and Railroads from 1871 to 1890.” 2008.
Stephanie M. Bayless. “A Southern Paradox: The Social Activism of Adolphine Fletcher Terry.” 2008.
Tiffany Turner. “Interpreting and Furnishing Historic Arkansas Museum’s Plum Bayou Log House.” 2007.
Annabelle Shrieve. “Uncovering a Broader History of Utah and Expanding the View of Life and Environment Research for an Exhibit at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts.” 2007.
Sara Thompson. “War, Growth and Hardship - the Role and Reaction of Three Protestant Churches in Little Rock, Arkansas, 1910-1935.” 2007.
Jessica Fulbright Hayes. “A Gathering of Women: Arkansas Women, 1930-2000.” 2006.
Shirley Schuette. “Strangers to the Land: The German Presence in Nineteenth Century Arkansas.” 2005.
Heather Michelle Register. “Katherine Carson Breckinridge, 1853-1921: The Life and Letters of a New Southern Lady.” 2005.
Janis K. Percefull. “The Syphilis Crisis and the Federal Government’s Response: The United States Public Health Service’s Entrance into Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas, 1921.” 2005.
Claire Condray Galloway. “Religious Petitions in Post-Revolutionary Virginia 1774-1802.” 2005.
Genti Borici. “The Dripping Dagger: Blood Feuds in Northern Albania.” 2005.
Susan Lea Baker. “’Your Devoted Wife’: Matilda Nowland Fulton.” 2005.
Bryan D. McDade. “The Six Bridges at Little Rock: Understanding the Historical Significance and Relevance of the Six Bridges that Span the Arkansas River at Little Rock.” 2004.
Jo Ellen Maack. “Behind Closed Doors: The Inside Story of Villa Marre.” 2003.
Berna Josephine Love. “End of the Line: The Heyday and Demise of Little Rock’s West Ninth Street.” 2002.
Kenneth Dayer. “The History of the Audubon Society of Central Arkansas.” 2002.
Kathy L. Jones. “The Roots of Unionism: A Case Study of One Arkansas County.” 2000.
Marsha A. Hendrix. “The Home of Dr. Pepper: From Bottling Plant to Museum, 1906-1999.” 2000.
Laura A. Miller. “’At Any Rate:’ Irene Gaston Samuel and the Life of a Southern Liberal.” 1999.
William E. McAlexander, Jr. “’A Man of Wealth and Elegance’: A Look at the Life and Style of Chester Ashley and His Family in Early 19th Century Little Rock, Arkansas.” 1999.
Elizabeth Darwin Grobmyer. “A History of the Commemoration of the Fortieth Anniversary of the Desegregation of Little Rock Central High School,” 1999.
Mark-Anthony Conti. “A Re-Evaluation of Sword Production in Carolingian Europe.” 1999.
Valoise I. Armstrong. “Culinary Change in Sixteenth-Century Augsburg: The Cookbooks of Sabina and Philippine Welser.” 1999.
Frances Addie Morgan. “Katharine Susan Anthony: A Feminist Biographer’s Private Motivations and Public Voice.” 1998.
David Edwin Gifford, “The Development of and Influences on the Commercial Manufacture of Art Pottery in Arkansas During the Early Twentieth Century.” 1998.
Paula Kyzer Taylor. “After Suffrage: Conflict and Resolution, Within the Arkansas Women’s Movement, 1917-1924.” 1997.
Robin Giles. “The Impact of President Roosevelt’s ‘Tree Army’: the Civilian Conservation Corps in the Ouachita National Forest of Arkansas, a Case Study.” 1996.
Nancy W. Long. “A Journey of 120 Years: The History of Moro Bay Ferry 1828-1948.” 1996.
Ferrol J. Lattin. “My Darling Boy: Letters of a Western Arkansas Family, 1926-1931.” 1996.
Edward J. Chess. “Agrarian and Labor Unions in Arkansas from 1870 to the Union Control Legislation of the 1940’s.” 1996.
Georganne Sisco. “Rustic Architecture at Devil’s Den State Park: The Realization of a National Park Service Design Ethic.” 1995.
Elizabeth F. Shores. “’I Felt an Obligation to Help These People’: Sen. Max Howell’s Early Advocacy for Children and Families.” 1995.
Jill Patricia Dixon. “Blue Monday: Women and Washing in 19th Century Arkansas.” 1995.
Marci K. Bynum. “Rohwer and Jerome: The Elementary Education of Japanese American Students in Arkansas Relocation Camps.” 1994.
Deborah E. Burns. “A Nation Betrayed: The Decline and Removal of the Caddo Indians of Northwest Louisiana.” 1994.
Marilyn J. Martin. “From Altruism to Activism: Women’s Literary Clubs and Public Libraries in Arkansas.” 1992.
Peggy Harris, “’We Would Be Building’: A History of Phyllis Wheatley Young Women’s Christian Association at Little Rock, 1917-1971.” 1992.
Harry Theo Williams, “High Hopes, Bitter Frustrations, and a Few Marines: The Relationship Between Nicaragua and the United States from 1912 until 1928.” 1990.
J. Ann Duvall. “The Ozarks Regional Commission: The Arkansas Experience 1965-1981.” 1990.
Franklin Delano Hayes. “An Administrative History of Harding University.” 1989.
Emmanuel J. Francisco, Jr. “Museum Professionalism in the United States and Arkansas: Its Development and Status in the Twentieth Century.” 1989.
William Renner. “Public Land Sales in the Arkansas Territory 1819-1836.” 1988.
Hannah F. Peck. “St. Vincent Infirmary 1888-1987: The History of a Roman Catholic Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas.” 1988.
Denise L. Jobe. “Museum Education in America: Its History, Significance, and Influences.” 1987.
Wendy Richter. “A History of Garland County and a Guide to the Collections of the Garland County Historical Society.” 1986.
Linda Ruth Pine. “A Minimum Degree of Opportunity: A History of the Minimum Foundation Program Aid in Arkansas, 1951-1983.” 1986.
Jeffrey Kent Lewellen. “The Evolution of a Small Town: Clarendon, Arkansas, 1800-1940.” 1986.
Russell Pierce Baker. “The Arkansas History Commission and its Manuscript Collections.” 1985.