History is a direct connection to our past victories and present difficulties . When both the
achievements and the downfalls of our past are exposed, a clearer view on how weve become
who we are today becomes mo
Summary and Review of the Text The Nature of Borders
By Lissa K. Wadewitz
Wadewitz, Lissa K. The Nature of Borders: Salmon, boundaries and bandits on the Salish Sea.
Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2012.
The Closest Place To Hell
An Emotional Book to Read and Worse Place to Live
The Worst Hard Time By Timothy Egan
Egan, Timothy. 2006. The worst hard time: the untold story of those who survived the great American dust
bowl. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.
Environmental History of the U.S.
History 370: Environmental History of the United States
Mondays and Wednesdays, 1:45-3:30, Ingram 122
Fall Semester 2013
Pacific Lutheran University
Professor Rebekah M.K. Mergenthal
Browns Point Beach
Browns Point is a small town in Tacoma that is secluded and surrounded by the
Puget Sound Bay, like a small peninsula. To put the size into perspective, there are a little
over one thousand people that
16th Century Religious Leaders
During the 16th century Europe underwent massive changes in every aspect,
most prominent, however, was the church. The Catholic Church in Europe began to
face new challenging leaders who eagerly sought chang
The Long Twentieth Century
Who is the power civilization today compared to who used to be? And which
civilization will bring expansion to the world system? John Gulicks article, which
discusses and critiques Giovanni Arrighis The Long Tw
Essay Study Questions
World History 190
Westernization has been a central theme in many of the discussions of non-western
countries. Be able to compare westernization in Russia, Latin America, Japan, and India.
Be sure to addr