Vol. 1 (2004): History Matters - Spring 2004

The first issue of History Matters: An Undergraduate Journal of Historical Research was published by the Department of History at Appalachian State University in April 2004. Included are one research paper, one research essay, and three book reviews written by the Editor.

Editor: Eric B. Burnette, Associate Editor: Matthew M. Manes, Assistant Editor: Heather J. Brink, Faculty Editorial Board: Dr. Lynne Getz, Dr. Michael Krenn, and Dr. Michael Moore

Research Papers
Judicial Impotency: The Empowerment of Federal Judiciary during Reconstruction
by James Egan, Senior, Appalachian State University

Pueblo Indian Neophytes during Early Spanish Rule in New Mexico
by Amanda Zeddy, Junior, Appalachian State University

Book Reviews
Making Home in Havana
by Eric B. Burnette, Appalachian State University

The Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill: Visions of Glory, 1874-1932, Vol. 
by Eric B. Burnette, Appalachian State University

The Wars of the Ancient Greeks
by Eric B. Burnette, Appalachian State University

Published: 2004-05-01

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