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EMERGING FROM THE SHADOWS: CIVIL WAR, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND PEACEBUILDING AMONG PEASANTS AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN COLOMBIA AND PERU IN THE LATE 20TH AND EARLY 21ST CENTURIES, Charles A. Flowerday

2013

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An Examination of Chipped Stone from Two Middle Holocene Archaeological Sites in the East Central Great Plains, Christine A. Nycz

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Experimentation in Sling Weaponry: Effectiveness of and Archaeological Implications for a World-Wide Primitive Technology, Eric T. Skov

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An Historical Archaeological Investigation of the Indianola Prisoner of War Camp in Southwestern Nebraska, Allison Marie Young

2012

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Ambushed at Dawn: An Archeological Analysis of the Catastrophic Defeat of the 1720 Villasur Expedition, Benjamin J. Bilgri

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Nebraska Phase Occupational History through the Study of Various Taphochronometric Indicators, Brittany A. Brooks

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RECLAIMING THE SACRED WITHIN THE LEGAL PLURALISM PHENOMENON: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ RIGHTS OVER CULTURAL PROPERTY, Angela Buenafe

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DYNAMIC RECONFIGURATION OF PAWNEE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION IN THE PROTO-HISTORIC AND HISTORIC ERAS, Amanda F. Callahan-Mims

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The Social Bioarchaeology of Childhood as Applied to the Analysis of an Excavated Mid- to Late-Nineteenth-Century Mennonite Cemetery, Berne, Indiana, Jennifer L. Hildebrand

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Taking Archaeology To The Classroom: A Model For A Fifth Grade In-Class Fieldtrip, Tamara J. Luce

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Displays of Personal Adornment and Body Decoration by Nineteenth Century Lakota (Sioux) Tribes: A Costly Signaling Model, Michelle L. Night Pipe

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Alternative Individual Cartridge Case Identification Techniques, Curtis H. Sedlacek

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The Road to Pomp and Circumstance for ELL Students: The Perceived Ambivalent Schooling Experience of ELL Students with Mexican Ancestry in an Urban Midwestern High School, Kristine M. Sudbeck

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Omaha, Nebraska's Costly Signaling at the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition of 1898, Courtney L. Cope Ziska

2011

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The Aputu: An Examination and Analysis of a War Club-Form Distinctive to the Guianas, Donald Arp Jr

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A Survey of Agricultural Productivity and Nutritional Status in Rural South Wollo, Ethiopia, Anne M. Cafer

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Women's Rights and the Millennium Development Goals, Caroline A. Jones

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Diet and Disease: Subsistence Change and Tuberculosis among the Pawnee, Omaha and Winnebago in the Nineteenth Century, Owen J. O'Reilly

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Virtual Communities as Egalitarian Societies: Why Contributions Matter and What They Mean, Kristen E. Rodgers

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Nebraska's Traditional Cultural Properties in the Section 106 Process, Karen A. Steinauer

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America Hates the Westboro Baptist Church: The Battle to Preserve the Funerals of Fallen Soldiers, Kendra L. Suesz

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Precarious Collaborations: A Study of Interpersonal Conflict and Resolution Strategies in Local Rock Bands, Ryan Thomas

2010

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NAIL DISTRIBUTIONS AS STRUCTURAL INSIGHT AT THE BEAVER CREEK TRAIL CROSSING SITE (25SW49), SEWARD COUNTY, NEBRASKA, David M. Amrine

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The Preservation of Archaeological Records and Photographs, Kelli Bacon

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Trade Liberalization, Corn Prices and a Rural Community in Guatemala, José N. Cabrera-Schneider

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Awaiting the Call: Historic Sites Monitoring and Preservation at Fort Charlotte (21CK7), Grand Portage National Monument, Minnesota, Andrew E. LaBounty

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A Ditch by Any Other Name is Still a Ditch: An Archaeological Assessment of Ditch Earthworks on the Middle Missouri in the Dakotas, Albert M. LeBeau

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Spirit of the Law: A Case Study in the Application of NAGPRA to Collections from Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, a Unit of the National Park Service, Keely A. Rennie-Tucker

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Hanseatic Cogs and Baltic Trade: Interrelations between Trade Technology and Ecology, Jillian R. Smith

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Exploration into Human Polyandry: An Evolutionary Examination of the Non-Classical Cases, Kathrine E. Starkweather

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Home on the Plains: An Examination of Place at Agate Fossil Beds National Monument through Chipped Stone Tool Analysis, Cynthia J. Wiley

1962

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The Anoka Focus, Thomas A. Witty

1954

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The Lynch Site, 25BD1, Mary Louise Freed