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historian during the William Y. Thompson 1950s researched the origins of the U.S. Sanitary Commission, forerunner of the American Red Cross?
historian and educator wrote about poor white settlers in the John Ardis Cawthon Louisiana hills, lonely cemeteries, ghost towns, and even his own ancestors?
historian of the American West researched a study of the role of Herbert H. Lang Fort Worth, Texas, in the origins of the modern helium industry?
historian 's Robert W. Mondy , is a Jesse Mercer: A Study in Frontier Religion biography of the founder of Mercer University in Macon, Georgia?
historian penned a 1971 study entitled "Politics and Punishment" which described a sudden change in racial demographics in the Mark T. Carleton Louisiana penal system?
British historian founded a Marcus Binney lobby group for the preservation of endangered historic buildings?
on his death in 1727,
antiquary and historian 's unpublished notes ran to ninety-four volumes, which his wife later left to be added to the Thomas Madox British Museum's Sloane library?
historian specialized in Jimmy G. Shoalmire Reconstruction in Red River Parish, Louisiana, ruled from 1868 to 1876 by carpetbagger State Senator Marshall Twitchell?
Louisiana historian 's Garnie W. McGinty Louisiana Redeemed: The Overthrow of Carpetbag Rule, 1876–1880 is an enduring study of Reconstruction in McGinty's native state?
Louisiana Tech University named its Endowed Professorship in History after historian ?
John D. Winters the final decades of
Visigothic rule in Spain have been labelled " " by protofeudal Spanish historians, but this label has been largely rejected in English historiography?
Act of Independence of Lithuania (pictured), which was signed on , is still being searched for by , February 16 1918 historians?
Texas A&M University historian researched the Garland E. Bayliss 19th century origins of the Arkansas state penitentiary?
Memorial Lecture commemorates a Rupert Downes Australian Army general, physician and historian who was killed in a plane crash during World War II?
, an award for an American Laetare Medal Catholic who has made an outstanding contribution to society, was first given to the historian John Gilmary Shea in 1883?
Texas historian was once a consultant to the Ernest Wallace Justice Department regarding suits filed by the Kiowa and Comanche against the U.S. government?
Vienna-born historian wrote definitive Saul K. Padover biographies of figures as diverse as Karl Marx and Thomas Jefferson?
, a Claude Hall historian of American diplomacy, published a full-scale biography of Secretary of State Abel Parker Upshur?
journalist and historian published a J. Marvin Hunter posthumous autobiography of John Wesley Hardin, an outlaw and gunfighter of the American Old West?
Indian historian believed that ancient V. R. Ramachandra Dikshitar South Indians may have known of Australia and Polynesia before their discovery by Europeans?
Indian historian and Dravidologist served as the Director of K. A. Nilakanta Sastri UNESCO's Institute of Traditional Culture?
Norwegian historian has published several books about Tore Linné Eriksen Namibia, including one on what was described as the first genocide in the twentieth century?
Indian historian , who was the first to attempt a systematic V. Kanakasabhai chronology of Tamils, was of Sri Lankan Tamil ancestry?
historian published a study of the Willard Hughes Rollings Osage Nation entitled Unaffected by the Gospel: Osage Resistance to the Christian Invasion?
aviation historian was awarded the Randy Acord Alaska– Siberian Lend Lease Award for his role in improving Russian– North American relations during World War II?
historian P. T. Srinivasa Iyengar believed that was the southernmost outpost of Kanchipuram Sanskrit culture during the pre- Pallava period?
Oklahoma historian won numerous honors for her books on Angie Debo Native American history, but never found a permanent position in an academic history department?
, a two-term member of the Édouard Richard Canadian House of Commons and Acadian historian, practiced law with future Canadian Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier?
was a Marcin Kromer 16th century Prince-Bishop of Warmia, cartographer, and historian in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth?
, who retroactively named the Parke H. Davis American college football national champions between 1869 and 1933, was the only historian to select college champions based on research ?
in 1924 the
Texas historian became one of the founders of the Rupert N. Richardson ?
West Texas Historical Association
, an Jessie Webb Australian academic and historian, was the first female teacher at the University of Melbourne?
, the J. Evetts Haley historian of the American West who ran in 1956 for governor of Texas, told Duval County political boss George Parr that "it will be my pleasure to lock you up"?
, a leading Charles Hucker historian on Imperial China, was awarded the Bronze Star in World War II and wrote plays?
, an George Ormerod English antiquary and historian, was responsible for organising the restoration of the Saxon crosses in Sandbach in Cheshire in 1816?
Armenian historian and scholar was a religious adviser to Vardan Areveltsi Doquz Khatun, the wife of Ilkhanate Mongol leader Hulagu Khan?
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Question 1: Many with an undergraduate history degree
also may become involved with administrative or clerical
professions and an undergraduate history degree is often used as a
stone" to further studies such as a ________.
Question 2: Despite
this, displays some of the techniques of
more modern historians. ________
Question 3: Traditionally, ________ and Thucydides have been regarded the founders
of the discipline of history, Herodotus usually being called
The father of History.
During the preparation of their [4 ] thesis for this degree, many develop into
their first book, since regular publishing activities are essential
for advancement in ________.
Question 5: If the individual is concerned with events
preceding written history, the individual is a historian of ________.
In addition, it is common, although not required, for many
historians to have a [4 ] ________ (PhD) degree
in their chosen areas of study.
Question 7: ________ was a famous Arab scholar and
Question 8: However, the most
important historian of the classical world was ________ (late 1st and early 2nd century AD).
Question 10: Herodotus was also known for visiting the various battle sites he
wrote about, including the ________.