Articles with keyword "twentieth century"
Mention the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and what comes to mind are workers heaving bales along a waterfront, operating straddle carriers shipside, or driving winches above break bulk c
It would be hard to imagine anyone more learned about the German spoken today in central Texas than Hans Boas.
Kansas's Julie Mulvihill travels the state stumping for the humanities.
Crusading Journalist John Mitchell Jr. took on the lynchers.
Low platforms helped passengers in getting on and off streetcars and resulted in decreased running times and fewer accidents.
“Voice registers the weird sexiness of reading poetry, the illusion it enables of a private tryst between author and reader.” So says Lesley Wheeler, an English professor at Washington and Lee Univers