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The Endnote: Volume 1

This is the Table of Contents for Volume One of The Endnote, published in the Spring Semester of 2004. All the files below will open in Adobe Acrobat Reader. Simply click on the name of the article you wish to read.

Attila and the Huns in TransitionDocument icon
No longer nomads
Christianity in the Roman EmpireDocument icon
Reformed Judaism to Official Religion
Letter from Editor-in-ChiefDocument icon
A letter from the Editor-in-Chief
Letter from the ChairDocument icon
vi A Letter from Dr. Gary L. Bailey Chair of the Department of History Welcome to the inaugural issue of The Endnote, a journal published by the students of the IUP History Department. Historians share their knowledge and expertise in many placesclassrooms, books, museums and historic sites, documentary films, and ma
Mirrors in a FunhouseDocument icon
Readership and Gender Ideals in Popular Magazines of the 1950s
No machine yet contrivedDocument icon
The Arts and Crafts Movement and Marxism as Specific Responses to Industrialization
Social Stratification and Language in Early Modern EuropeDocument icon
A New Invention or Another Chapter in a Long History?
Staff Biographical InformationDocument icon
The Four Policemen and Postwar Planning, 1943-45Document icon
The Collision of Realist and Idealist Perspectives
The Witches OrdealDocument icon
The Treatment of Accused Witches in England
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