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        "Die at home": a contextualization and mapping of the New York City Draft Riots of 1863 [1]
        "God makes use of feeble means sometimes, to bring about His most exalted purposes": faith and social action in the lives of evangelical women in antebellum America [1]
        "I am going to find a new fatherland": nationalism and German colonization societies in the frontier state of Missouri [1]
        "Learning what to eat": gender, environment, and the rise of nutritional science in twentieth century America [1]
        "That young girl should be in school, not out drilling wheat!" The Germans from Russia, race, and Americanization in northeastern Colorado [1]
        "The Japanese" in Colorado's racial discourse: fear, anxiety, and spectacle in the reporting of the Denver Post during the interwar years (1919-1941) [1]
        "The scum of both nations": a Gaelic perception of gender and communities during the conquest of Ulster [1]
        "The tonic of wildness": religion and the environment at the YMCA of the Rockies [1]
        Abiding nourishment: vegetable production and the pursuit of nutritional sovereignty in Colorado [1]
        Accelerating waters: an Anthropocene history of Colorado's 1976 Big Thompson Flood [1]
        Administration [1]
        Administration building [1]
        Aggie Village redevelopment [1]
        Aggie Village redevelopment renderings [1]
        Albert C. Yates [1]
        Anatomy-Zoology building [3]
        Art and science of natural discovery, The: Israel Cook Russell and the emergence of modern environmental exploration [1]
        Baptists and slavery in frontier Missouri during the antebellum era [1]
        Beet borderland: Hispanic workers, the sugar beet, and the making of a northern Colorado landscape [1]
        Building collage with Ram Horn [1]