History Alum Leah Palmer, National Frontier Trails Museum

Leah Palmer (BA/MA '14/'16) is Educator at National Frontier Trails Museum

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Dreams of our Mothers

"Placing the Past in Community Landscapes: Insights from St. Louis"
by Dr. Andrew Hurley, Professor of History &
Director of the Museum History Studies Program
at the University of Missouri-St. Louis
First Friday Lecture Series in New Historical Research
Noon, 2 March 2018, in Katz Hall 101

Upcoming Lecture

Our Newest iPhD Student

Welcome Professor Andrew Warren, who currently teaches in the criminal justice program at Western New Mexico University. He has a law degree and an MA in history. He is leaving his position to study with our faculty in American history, including Dr. Matthew Osborn and Dr. Diane Mutti-Burke. He wants to research into the politics of slavery, focusing especially on Lincoln, Missouri. He bought this shirt while visiting the campus last fall. He took this picture to commemorate the first day he's worn it.

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