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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

American Military History Course Records,

Identifier: UA-5018
Abstract This collection stems from a class assignment for the American Military History class (original designation was HIS 3533 - American Military History) developed by Dr. Judkin Browning of the History Department at Appalachian State University. The Amerian Military History Course Records consist of pre-battle and post-battle correspondence of the battle participants, journal entries, medicial reports, roll calls, neutral observers' accounts, photographs, and the final paper "battle histories"...
Dates: 2007-2011

Department of Nursing Records

Identifier: UA-5036
Abstract The Department of Nursing, housed within the College of Health Sciences, provides nursing education to students enrolled in the Prelicensure BSN and the RN-BSN programs. The Department of Nursing Records contain the self-study report on Appalachian State University's Department of Nursing for the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Dates: 2008

Reverend Doctor Goodridge Wilson Papers

Identifier: AC-668
Abstract The Reverend Doctor Goodridge Wilson Papers is a collection of Dr. Wilson's correspondence and research of several Virginia counties' history, along with a bibliography of his library and several black and white photos of the area and local people.
Dates: 1834-1989, undated

The Daniel German and Marvin Hoffman North Carolina Environmental Issues Surveys

Identifier: UA 5200
Abstract In 1991, Daniel German and Marvin Hoffman, both professors in the Department of Political Science, undertook a statewide study of public opinion of the environment and the effectiveness of governmental actions to protect the environment. They wanted to determine the public's satisfaction with the environmental conditions of the time and what type of actions would be supported in order to improve the environment. This collection consists of the surveys completed for the study.
Dates: 1991