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The place of Chicana feminism and Chicano art in the history curriculum
The Montgomery bus boycott: a model for historical thinking in education
Teaching the causes and consequences of World War II Japanese internment
Teaching the role of religion in U.S. history: the Social Gospel and civil rights
The changing face of the Yellow Peril: a case study of using narratives in history edu...
Teaching the California Gold Rush through the process of historical thinking
The Great Sanitary Cheese: how Sacramentans supported the Union during the Civil War
The Afghan exodus: oral histories of Afghan refugees during the 1980s Soviet occupatio...
El malcriado: voice of the farm worker, voice of a movement
Demanding inclusion: how women at California State University, Sacramento, transformed...
Civil rights activists and california politicians challenge housing discrimnation in S...
Kain na! : the life and times of Carlos Bulosan
The Merten Affair
The making of a female revolutionary during the Neapolitan Republic of 1799: the life ...
Performing new womanhood: gender, race, and identity in the early twentieth century
Sutterville : the unsuccessful attempt to establish a town safe from floods
The power of water: a history of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District’s Upper Ame...
Hostes humani generis: piracy on the tides of empire in the Age of Sail
Furies of the guillotine: female revolutionaries in the French Revolution and in Victo...
The destruction of the Indian in Mendocino County 1856-1860