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  • Kansas Revisited: Historical Images and Perspectives 

    Stuewe, Paul K. (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1990)
    This volume contains 26 essays by various authors that describe people, times, issues, and places to help us understand Kansas history and its future. It assesses both positive and negative experiences, while ...
  • The Kansas Immigrants II 

    University of Kansas Division of Continuing Education; KANU (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1981)
    The Kansas Immigrants II addresses a number of issues: the efforts of immigrants to assimilate to the larger society while attempting to maintain their own ethnic identity, the occasional violence in the meeting of ...
  • The Kansas Immigrants: a series of fifty-six articles on the ethnic heritage of Kansas 

    University of Kansas Division of Continuing Education; KANU (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1980)
    Many Kansans today are rediscovering their personal and ethnic heritage. In music, art, literature, oral history and genealogy, these individuals are seeking to understand how their heritage has helped shape their lives. ...
  • On Kansas Trails: Traveling with Explorers, Emigrants, and Entrepreneurs 

    University of Kansas Division of Continuing Education (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1990)
    On Kansas Trails: Traveling with Explorers, Immigrants, and Entrepreneurs is a 26-part radio/newspaper series. It focuses on routes and travel in Kansas both as a historical and geographical reality and as a metaphor for ...
  • University Extension at The University of Kansas during World War II and the Immediate Postwar Years: 1940-1947 

    Stockton, Frank T. (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1967)
    The decision of Extension at Kansas to emphasize diversified non-credit·instruction in its adult education program stemmed largely from the successful institutes initiated for bankers and insurance men in 1940. The program ...
  • Kansas Revisited: Historical Images and Perspectives 

    Stuewe, Paul K. (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1998)
    The second edition of Kansas Revisited is a collection of twenty-nine articles, twenty of which are from the first edition and nine new essays have been added, one of which on the Kansas economy was written ...
  • Making Do and Doing Without: Kansas in the Great Depression 

    Unknown author (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1983)
    Making Do and Doing Without: Kansas in the Great Depression is a 26-part radio/newspaper series that focuses on the lives of Kansans in the Great Depression. During the 1930s, the American Dream became tarnished for many. ...
  • Vernacular Architecture Forum: Making Urban and Rural Landscapes on the Prairie Plains 

    Domer, Dennis; Swann, Michael (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1996)
  • The Kansas Art Reader 

    Bell, Jonathan Wesley (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1976)
    The Kansas Art Reader is about a growing place of imagination. Kansas as the growing place shapes the details of our daily lives just as it has the ideas and structure of this book. We stressed this for the cover design, ...
  • Embattled Lawrence: Conflict and Community 

    Domer, Dennis; Barbara, Watkins (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 2001)
    If past is prologue, then Lawrence will be a contentious place in the twenty-first century. With abolitionists' fervor from the beginning, leaders of the New England Emigrant Aid Company conceived Lawrence, Kansas, as a ...
  • The Government of Kansas 

    Drury, James W.; Stottlemire, Marvin G. (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 2001)
    "The Government of Kansas is the comprehensive and authoritative text describing the structures and functions of Kansas state and local government. Written with deep concern for the fundamental and legal bases of political ...
  • Cycles of Change: A History of the KU Divison of Continuing Education 1891-1992 

    Wilson, Theodore A. (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1994)
  • Model Ts, Pep Chapels, and a Wolf at the Door: Kansas Teenagers, 1900-1941 

    Holt, Marilyn Irvin (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1994)
    From the Introduction: "The diaries, letters, reminiscences, and memories presented in this publication are themselves a time capsule, preserving for its readers what Kansas teenagers thought and did in the first decades ...
  • Tribal Governments in Kansas and Their Relations with State and Local Governments 

    Sloan, Thomas J. (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 2003)
  • The Foundations of American Distance Education: A Century of Collegiate Correspondence Study 

    Watkins, Barbara L.; Wright, Stephen J. (Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1991)
    A century after correspondence study began in the United States, the Independent Study Division of the National Continuing Education Association has launched an ambitious project to record the history, achievements, ideas, ...
  • The Eisenhower Era 

    Heller, Francis H. (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1990)
    The Eisenhower Era is a twelve-part radio I newspaper series designed to provide fresh perspectives on the Eisenhower presidency and on the mid-century period. This series uses primary-source material, including oral ...
  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate: Theory and Practice 

    Pollard, Tom; Prentice, Diana B. (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1981)
    In August, 1858, the race for a vacant seat in the U.S. Senate in Illinois attracted national attention. A reporter for the New York Tribune stated at the time that "no local contest in this country ever excited so general ...
  • "A Funnie Place, No Fences": Teenagers' Views of Kansas, 1867-1900 

    Haywood, C. Robert; Jarvis, Sandra (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 1992)
    Many hands and minds contributed to bringing this book to completion. Most important were individuals who generously loaned diaries in their possession and granted permission to excerpt from these treasures that deserve ...
  • Teacher Guide for The Government of Kansas 

    Sloan, Thomas J. (University of Kansas, Division of Continuing Education, 2003)
    The sixth edition of The Government of Kansas offers teachers and students a current review of the types and levels of state government and services available to the state's residents, and a look at the state's history and future.
  • The Kansas Legislature: Structure and Process 

    Reece, Marshall P. (KU Public Management Center, 1992)
    Many Kansans view the legislative process as a disordered hodgepodge of events that somehow magically results in new rules for our society, enacted as "laws." In reality, however, the legislative process is finely controlled ...

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