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Governor Robert Dinwiddie and his political struggle to defend colonial Virginia
Governor Robert Dinwiddie struggled against many internal and external forces to perform his duties in securing the colony's borders against the intrusions of France and her Native American allies. Dinwiddie found himself ...
Dwight Eisenhower's leadership during the U-2 affair
Most assessments of President Eisenhower's foreign policy concentrate on the idea of deterrence as illustrated by the ''New Look" policy and the president's relationship with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Instead, ...
Five hundred years on five thousand acres: Human attitudes and land-use at Nassawango Creek
This study describes the environmental transformations that occurred on Nassawango Creek from 1500-2000 as it went from a Native American reservation to an industrial hinterland, and presently, to a preservation site. The ...