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Introduction to Cultural Geography: Session 4

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Food, Justice, and Power by Dr. Analena Hope Hassberg

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Climate and Wildfire

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Hail to the Celts: Session 15

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Hail to the Celts: Session 12

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Earth & Life History, Fall '21: Session 5

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Hail to the Celts: Session 8

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Hail to the Celts: Session 5

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Women of Ancient Egypt: Session 5

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Hail to the Celts: Session 1

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Great Decisions: Session 12

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Race in America: Playing in the Dark: Session 6

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CSU Faculty Lecture Series - Week 2

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Haslerig_Family_House

My family has books and articles about our family all the way back from the 1800's from when three brothers left Europe to come to America. The three brothers decided to change the spelling of…

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The Battle of Hastings to the Domesday Book (1066-1086)

The Norman Conquest of England is one of the few true "turning points" in history. England was immediately and substantially different after William the Conqueror defeated Harold Godwinson…

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Orientation to 15th C England, No. 1

Henry V, hero of Agincourt (1415), died in 1422 leaving his 9-month old son heir to the crown. After decades of war with France, England's economic and political turmoil came to a head. Magnates…

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