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New members of the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society are inducted during a meeting.  - Photo by MiKalla Cotton
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New members of the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society are inducted during a meeting. - MiKalla Cotton
New members of the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society are inducted during a meeting.  - Photo by MiKalla Cotton
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New members of the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society are inducted during a meeting. - MiKalla Cotton
Stephen Carls, university professor and department chair, speaks to the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society during their induction meeting. - Photo by MiKalla Cotton
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Stephen Carls, university professor and department chair, speaks to the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society during their induction meeting. - MiKalla Cotton
Members of Union's Phi Alpha Theta chapter and history department scrub moss off a tombstone at Jackson's Historic Hollywood Cemetery during Campus and Community: A Day of Remembrance and Service. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Members of Union's Phi Alpha Theta chapter and history department scrub moss off a tombstone at Jackson's Historic Hollywood Cemetery during Campus and Community: A Day of Remembrance and Service. - Jacob Moore
Katherine Cheshire, freshman history major, removes moss from a tombstone at Jackson's historic Hollywood Cemetery during Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Katherine Cheshire, freshman history major, removes moss from a tombstone at Jackson's historic Hollywood Cemetery during Campus and Community Day. - Jacob Moore
Jackson Mayor Jerry Gist visits with Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, at the historic Hollywood Cemetery during Campus and Community: A Day of Remembrance and Service. Phi Alpha Theta, the history honor society, worked all morning to clean up the cemetery.  - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Jackson Mayor Jerry Gist visits with Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, at the historic Hollywood Cemetery during Campus and Community: A Day of Remembrance and Service. Phi Alpha Theta, the history honor society, worked all morning to clean up the cemetery. - Jacob Moore
Philip Jenkins, professor of history at Baylor University, presents as the featured speaker at the 17th annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Photo by Matt McDaniel
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Philip Jenkins, professor of history at Baylor University, presents as the featured speaker at the 17th annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Matt McDaniel
Philip Jenkins, professor of history at Baylor University, presents as the featured speaker at the 17th annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Photo by Matt McDaniel
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Philip Jenkins, professor of history at Baylor University, presents as the featured speaker at the 17th annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Matt McDaniel
Dr. Philip Jenkins, distinguished professor of history at Baylor University, speaks about church history at the 2013 Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture in the Grant Events Center. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Dr. Philip Jenkins, distinguished professor of history at Baylor University, speaks about church history at the 2013 Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture in the Grant Events Center. - Amanda Rohde
Dr. Philip Jenkins, distinguished professor of history at Baylor University, speaks about church history at the annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Dr. Philip Jenkins, distinguished professor of history at Baylor University, speaks about church history at the annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture. - Amanda Rohde
Quinten Brasher, freshman history major, performs for fellow new students during open mic night at Barefoots Joe. - Photo by Matt McDaniel
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Quinten Brasher, freshman history major, performs for fellow new students during open mic night at Barefoots Joe. - Matt McDaniel
Wil Sloan, history graduate, listens to the announcements by David S. Dockery, president of the university. - Photo by Matt McDaniel
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Wil Sloan, history graduate, listens to the announcements by David S. Dockery, president of the university. - Matt McDaniel
Patricia Dawson, senior history major, presents on "The Weapon of Dress: Identity, Acculturation and the Transition of Cherokee Clothing, 1794-1838" during the 10th annual Scholarship Symposium. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Patricia Dawson, senior history major, presents on "The Weapon of Dress: Identity, Acculturation and the Transition of Cherokee Clothing, 1794-1838" during the 10th annual Scholarship Symposium. - Jacob Moore
New members of Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society swear in during a chapter meeting. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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New members of Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society swear in during a chapter meeting. - Jacob Moore
Glenae Nora, senior history major, applies painter's tape around the window frame of a historic cabin at Parker's Crossroads Battlefield. Members of the history department whitewashed the walls during the tenth annual Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Glenae Nora, senior history major, applies painter's tape around the window frame of a historic cabin at Parker's Crossroads Battlefield. Members of the history department whitewashed the walls during the tenth annual Campus and Community Day. - Jacob Moore
Kenan Keller, junior history major, helps clean the grounds of Parker's Crossroads Battlefield in Henderson County during the tenth annual Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Kenan Keller, junior history major, helps clean the grounds of Parker's Crossroads Battlefield in Henderson County during the tenth annual Campus and Community Day. - Jacob Moore
Lowell Van Ness, senior history major, works with the history department on the grounds of Parker's Crossroads Battlefield in Henderson County during Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Lowell Van Ness, senior history major, works with the history department on the grounds of Parker's Crossroads Battlefield in Henderson County during Campus and Community Day. - Jacob Moore
Patricia Dawson, senior history major, whitewashes the walls of a historic cabin at Parker's Crossroads Battlefield with Gracie Wise, junior English major, during Union's tenth annual Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Patricia Dawson, senior history major, whitewashes the walls of a historic cabin at Parker's Crossroads Battlefield with Gracie Wise, junior English major, during Union's tenth annual Campus and Community Day. - Jacob Moore
Members of the history department enjoy a lunch break at Parker's Crossroads Battlefield during Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Members of the history department enjoy a lunch break at Parker's Crossroads Battlefield during Campus and Community Day. - Jacob Moore
Keith Bates, associate professor of history, walks toward the P.A.C. with a group of students.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Keith Bates, associate professor of history, walks toward the P.A.C. with a group of students. - Kristi McMurry
Keith Bates, associate professor of history, chats with some of his students in the Grove. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Keith Bates, associate professor of history, chats with some of his students in the Grove. - Kristi McMurry
Caitlin Roach, senior history major, gives a presentation during the Ninth Annual Scholarship Symposium on Florence Kelley, an activist against child labor in early 20th century America.
 - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Caitlin Roach, senior history major, gives a presentation during the Ninth Annual Scholarship Symposium on Florence Kelley, an activist against child labor in early 20th century America. - Zac Calvert
Stephen Carls and some of his students attend the reading at Union University. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Stephen Carls and some of his students attend the reading at Union University. - Morris Abernathy
Megan Winters and Savannah German, senior history majors, archive photos and documents at the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Megan Winters and Savannah German, senior history majors, archive photos and documents at the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day. - Zac Calvert
Keith Bates, associate professor of history, Cale Little, junior history major, and Elaura Highfield, senior history major, help clean up outside the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Keith Bates, associate professor of history, Cale Little, junior history major, and Elaura Highfield, senior history major, help clean up outside the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day. - Zac Calvert
Keith Bates, associate professor of history, uses a weed eater outside of the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Keith Bates, associate professor of history, uses a weed eater outside of the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day. - Zac Calvert
Caitlin Roach, senior history major, helps archive documents and photos at the Bemis Mill Village Museum, during the history department's service project on Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Caitlin Roach, senior history major, helps archive documents and photos at the Bemis Mill Village Museum, during the history department's service project on Campus and Community Day. - Zac Calvert
Students help Frank Murchison, member of the historical society at Bemis Mill Village Museum, move old furniture and clean at the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Students help Frank Murchison, member of the historical society at Bemis Mill Village Museum, move old furniture and clean at the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day. - Zac Calvert
Elaura Highfield, senior history major, helps clean rubbish outside of the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Elaura Highfield, senior history major, helps clean rubbish outside of the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day. - Zac Calvert
Colton Gebben, sophomore history major, sweeps floors at the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Colton Gebben, sophomore history major, sweeps floors at the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day. - Zac Calvert
Jordan Haskins, junior computer science major, and Caitlin Roach, senior history major, help archive documents and photos at the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Jordan Haskins, junior computer science major, and Caitlin Roach, senior history major, help archive documents and photos at the Bemis Mill Village Museum during Campus and Community Day. - Zac Calvert
Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, introduces Pauline Maier, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of American History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as the 2011 Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecturer. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, introduces Pauline Maier, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of American History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as the 2011 Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecturer. - Anne Richoux
Pauline Maier, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of American History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, gives a lecture titled "Ratification of the U.S. Constitution: Why Should We Care?" - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Pauline Maier, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of American History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, gives a lecture titled "Ratification of the U.S. Constitution: Why Should We Care?" - Anne Richoux
Pauline Maier, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of American History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, speaks at the Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Pauline Maier, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of American History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, speaks at the Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture. - Anne Richoux
Pauline Maier, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of American History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, talks to Union students, Vicki Searl (left), freshman music major, and Joanna Huffman, freshman social work major, after the Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Pauline Maier, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of American History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, talks to Union students, Vicki Searl (left), freshman music major, and Joanna Huffman, freshman social work major, after the Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture. - Anne Richoux
Keith Bates, associate professor of history and faculty member of the year, stands on stage as other faculty members file in to Convocation at the beginning of the semester. - Photo by Ebbie Davis
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Keith Bates, associate professor of history and faculty member of the year, stands on stage as other faculty members file in to Convocation at the beginning of the semester. - Ebbie Davis
Katie Mohler, history graduate, receives her degree at spring graduation. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Katie Mohler, history graduate, receives her degree at spring graduation. - Kristi McMurry
David Conway, junior history major, performs in the role of Autolycus in "The Winter's Tale." - Photo by Deanna Santangelo
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David Conway, junior history major, performs in the role of Autolycus in "The Winter's Tale." - Deanna Santangelo
Phi Alpha Theta inducts five new members to the Union chapter.  - Photo by Abigail Harris
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Phi Alpha Theta inducts five new members to the Union chapter. - Abigail Harris
Union University's chapter of Phi Alpha Theta holds a meeting.  - Photo by Abigail Harris
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Union University's chapter of Phi Alpha Theta holds a meeting. - Abigail Harris
Kate Cline, senior history major and president of the Phi Alpha Theta chapter at Union, welcomes new members after their induction.  - Photo by Abigail Harris
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Kate Cline, senior history major and president of the Phi Alpha Theta chapter at Union, welcomes new members after their induction. - Abigail Harris
Keith Bates, associate professor of History, speaks in chapel on Matthew chapter 1 - Photo by Deanna Santangelo
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Keith Bates, associate professor of History, speaks in chapel on Matthew chapter 1 - Deanna Santangelo
Keith Bates, associate professor of History, speaks in chapel. - Photo by Deanna Santangelo
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Keith Bates, associate professor of History, speaks in chapel. - Deanna Santangelo
Keith Bates, associate professor of History, speaks in chapel. - Photo by Deanna Santangelo
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Keith Bates, associate professor of History, speaks in chapel. - Deanna Santangelo
Mary Alisa Techentin, senior history major, Emily Maggard, freshman elementary education major, and Blake Giles, freshman church music major, play clarinet during the Symphonic Band Fall Concert. - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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Mary Alisa Techentin, senior history major, Emily Maggard, freshman elementary education major, and Blake Giles, freshman church music major, play clarinet during the Symphonic Band Fall Concert. - Victoria Stargel
Mary Alisa Techentin, senior history major, works with Keith Bates, associate professor of history, on restoring an 1800s home that is now located at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the project as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Mary Alisa Techentin, senior history major, works with Keith Bates, associate professor of history, on restoring an 1800s home that is now located at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the project as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Cale Little, sophomore history major, helps paint the trim on a window of an historic church located in Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with restoring two buildings as a part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Cale Little, sophomore history major, helps paint the trim on a window of an historic church located in Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with restoring two buildings as a part of Campus and Community Day. - Morris Abernathy
Students and faculty from the history department work on restoring a church in Casey Jones Village as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Students and faculty from the history department work on restoring a church in Casey Jones Village as part of Campus and Community Day. - Morris Abernathy
Junior history majors Caitlin Roach and Savannah German clean windows at the historic Neil House as part of the history department's project for Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Junior history majors Caitlin Roach and Savannah German clean windows at the historic Neil House as part of the history department's project for Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, and Mary Ellen Poe, junior history major, sweep the floor of the Neil House, an 1800s home that has been relocated from Trenton, TN, to Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, and Mary Ellen Poe, junior history major, sweep the floor of the Neil House, an 1800s home that has been relocated from Trenton, TN, to Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, puts on gloves before getting back to work on the restoration of the Neil House, an 1800s home that is located at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as part of Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, puts on gloves before getting back to work on the restoration of the Neil House, an 1800s home that is located at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Glenae Nora, sophomore history major, cleans a window at the Neil House, an 1800s home that has been relocated to Casey Jones Village. The history department helped in the restoration of this home as a part of Campus and Community day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Glenae Nora, sophomore history major, cleans a window at the Neil House, an 1800s home that has been relocated to Casey Jones Village. The history department helped in the restoration of this home as a part of Campus and Community day. - Kristi McMurry
Camille McCullar, senior history major, dusts insulation from a window in the Neil House, an 1800s home that has been relocated to Casey Jones Village. The history department volunteered to help with the restoration process as a part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Camille McCullar, senior history major, dusts insulation from a window in the Neil House, an 1800s home that has been relocated to Casey Jones Village. The history department volunteered to help with the restoration process as a part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Junior history majors Caitlin Roach and Savannah German clean a window at the Neil House, an 1800s home that has been relocated to Casey Jones Village. The history department helped in the restoration of this historic home as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Junior history majors Caitlin Roach and Savannah German clean a window at the Neil House, an 1800s home that has been relocated to Casey Jones Village. The history department helped in the restoration of this historic home as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Caitlin Roach, junior history major, scrapes paint and dirt off a window at the recently relocated 1800s home in Casey Jones Village. The history department helped in the restoration of this piece of history, called the Neil House, as a part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Caitlin Roach, junior history major, scrapes paint and dirt off a window at the recently relocated 1800s home in Casey Jones Village. The history department helped in the restoration of this piece of history, called the Neil House, as a part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Elaura Highfield, junior history major, sweeps insulation at the 1800s home in Casey Jones Village. The Neil House was recently relocated from Trenton, TN, and the history department helped with the restoration process during Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Elaura Highfield, junior history major, sweeps insulation at the 1800s home in Casey Jones Village. The Neil House was recently relocated from Trenton, TN, and the history department helped with the restoration process during Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
History students help in the restoration of an historic home in Casey Jones Village as part of Campus and Community Day. The historic home, called the Neil House, was relocated from Trenton, Tn. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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History students help in the restoration of an historic home in Casey Jones Village as part of Campus and Community Day. The historic home, called the Neil House, was relocated from Trenton, Tn. - Kristi McMurry
Caitlin Roach, junior history major, works with Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, to clean the floor of the Neil House, the historic home being restored at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as part of Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Caitlin Roach, junior history major, works with Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, to clean the floor of the Neil House, the historic home being restored at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
History majors Megan Winters, Savannah German, and Mary Ellen Poe, sweep the floor of the Neil House, the historic home that was recently relocated to Casey Jones Village from Trenton, TN. The history department volunteered to help with the restoration as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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History majors Megan Winters, Savannah German, and Mary Ellen Poe, sweep the floor of the Neil House, the historic home that was recently relocated to Casey Jones Village from Trenton, TN. The history department volunteered to help with the restoration as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Judy Leforge, associate professor of history, helps paint an old church that is being restored at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped in the restoration as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Judy Leforge, associate professor of history, helps paint an old church that is being restored at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped in the restoration as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Michael Jones, freshman chemistry major, helps paint an old church as part of the history department's Campus and Community Day project.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Michael Jones, freshman chemistry major, helps paint an old church as part of the history department's Campus and Community Day project. - Kristi McMurry
Judy Leforge, associate professor of history, and Michael Jones, freshman chemistry major, paint the walls of the historic church located at Casey Jones Village during Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Judy Leforge, associate professor of history, and Michael Jones, freshman chemistry major, paint the walls of the historic church located at Casey Jones Village during Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Glenae Nora, sophomore history major, and Keith Bates, associate professor of history, clean the windows of the Neil House, the 1800s home that was recently moved to Casey Jones Village to be restored. The history department volunteered to help on the restoration during Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Glenae Nora, sophomore history major, and Keith Bates, associate professor of history, clean the windows of the Neil House, the 1800s home that was recently moved to Casey Jones Village to be restored. The history department volunteered to help on the restoration during Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
David Thomas, professor of history, works with students to move lumber at the Neil House, a historic home being restored at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as a part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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David Thomas, professor of history, works with students to move lumber at the Neil House, a historic home being restored at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as a part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
David Thomas, professor of history, works with students to move lumber at the Neil House, a historic home being restored at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as a part of Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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David Thomas, professor of history, works with students to move lumber at the Neil House, a historic home being restored at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as a part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Keith Bates, associate professor of history, and Mary Ellen Poe, junior history major, work together to clean windows at the historic Neil House as part of the history department's project for Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Keith Bates, associate professor of history, and Mary Ellen Poe, junior history major, work together to clean windows at the historic Neil House as part of the history department's project for Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Mary Alisa Techentin, senior history major, cleans a window at the Neil House, an 1800s home that has been relocated to Casey Jones Village. The history department helped in the restoration of this historic home as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Mary Alisa Techentin, senior history major, cleans a window at the Neil House, an 1800s home that has been relocated to Casey Jones Village. The history department helped in the restoration of this historic home as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
The project manager for the restoration of the 1800s home at Casey Jones Village and Dr. David Thomas give directions to history students volunteering for Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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The project manager for the restoration of the 1800s home at Casey Jones Village and Dr. David Thomas give directions to history students volunteering for Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Student volunteers in the history department gather in front of the Neil House, which was brought to Casey Jones Village from Trenton, TN. The students helped in the restoration of this piece of history as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Student volunteers in the history department gather in front of the Neil House, which was brought to Casey Jones Village from Trenton, TN. The students helped in the restoration of this piece of history as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
David Thomas, professor of history, works with students to clean up the Neil House, the 1800s home that is being restored at Casey Jones Village. History faculty and students  volunteered as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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David Thomas, professor of history, works with students to clean up the Neil House, the 1800s home that is being restored at Casey Jones Village. History faculty and students volunteered as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
David Thomas, professor of history, Megan Winters, junior history major, and Travis Lutz, senior history major, move debris downstairs in the Neil House, the 1800s home that is being restored at Casey Jones Village. Students and faculty helped with the project as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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David Thomas, professor of history, Megan Winters, junior history major, and Travis Lutz, senior history major, move debris downstairs in the Neil House, the 1800s home that is being restored at Casey Jones Village. Students and faculty helped with the project as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Colton Gebben, freshman history major, picks up debris around an old church that is being restored at Casey Jones Village. Eventually the church will be turned into a functioning chapel for travelers from all over the world. History faculty and students helped with the project as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Colton Gebben, freshman history major, picks up debris around an old church that is being restored at Casey Jones Village. Eventually the church will be turned into a functioning chapel for travelers from all over the world. History faculty and students helped with the project as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Glenae Nora, sophomore history major, sweeps insulation in the Neil House, an 1800s home that is currently being restored at Casey Jones Village. History students and faculty volunteered for the project as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Glenae Nora, sophomore history major, sweeps insulation in the Neil House, an 1800s home that is currently being restored at Casey Jones Village. History students and faculty volunteered for the project as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Megan Winters, junior history major, scrubs a window of the Neil House, an 1800s home that is currently being restored at Casey Jones Village. The home was recently moved to Jackson from Trenton, TN. History faculty and students helped with the restoration process as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Megan Winters, junior history major, scrubs a window of the Neil House, an 1800s home that is currently being restored at Casey Jones Village. The home was recently moved to Jackson from Trenton, TN. History faculty and students helped with the restoration process as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, Dr. Daniel Walker Howe, Professor of History Emeritus at UCLA and the Rhodes Professor of American History Emeritus at Oxford University, lectures about how the changes in communication in the 19th century affected America's pursuit of Manifest Destiny. - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, Dr. Daniel Walker Howe, Professor of History Emeritus at UCLA and the Rhodes Professor of American History Emeritus at Oxford University, lectures about how the changes in communication in the 19th century affected America's pursuit of Manifest Destiny. - Victoria Stargel
Dr. Daniel Walker Howe, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, presents a lecture for the annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series.  - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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Dr. Daniel Walker Howe, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, presents a lecture for the annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Victoria Stargel
Dr. Daniel Walker Howe, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, visits with Kate Cline, senior history major, as he signs her copy of his book, <em>What Hath God Wrought</em>. Howe presented a lecture for the annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series.  - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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Dr. Daniel Walker Howe, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, visits with Kate Cline, senior history major, as he signs her copy of his book, What Hath God Wrought. Howe presented a lecture for the annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Victoria Stargel
Students engage in discussion under the shade during a History of Christianity and Pop Culture class with Dr. Keith Bates, Assistant Professor of History. - Photo by Beth Spain
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Students engage in discussion under the shade during a History of Christianity and Pop Culture class with Dr. Keith Bates, Assistant Professor of History. - Beth Spain
Under the shade, Elizabeth Waibel, junior journalism major, discusses the Christian elements of a film with her classmates during her History of Christianity and Pop Culture class with Dr. Keith Bates, Assistant Professor of History.  - Photo by Beth Spain
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Under the shade, Elizabeth Waibel, junior journalism major, discusses the Christian elements of a film with her classmates during her History of Christianity and Pop Culture class with Dr. Keith Bates, Assistant Professor of History. - Beth Spain
Dr. Keith Bates's class meets outside by the Aquatic Center.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. Keith Bates's class meets outside by the Aquatic Center. - Morris Abernathy
Hunter Bragg, junior history major, participates in class discussion during an outside class meeting.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Hunter Bragg, junior history major, participates in class discussion during an outside class meeting. - Morris Abernathy
Dr. Keith Bates has class outside. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. Keith Bates has class outside. - Morris Abernathy
Dr. Keith Bates has class outside.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. Keith Bates has class outside. - Morris Abernathy
Dr. Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, teaches a history class in the Bowld Student Commons. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, teaches a history class in the Bowld Student Commons. - Morris Abernathy
Dr. Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, teaches a history class in the Bowld Student Commons. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. Stephen Carls, university professor of history and department chair, teaches a history class in the Bowld Student Commons. - Morris Abernathy
Phi Alpha Theta President Noah Arnold presents a Best Chapter Award check for $250 to Union’s Library Director Anna Beth Morgan while Chapter Vice President Katelyn O’Roark and Society Faculty Advisor Dr. Stephen Carls hold some of the new history books that the prize money paid for.  - Photo by Lauren Laster
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Phi Alpha Theta President Noah Arnold presents a Best Chapter Award check for $250 to Union’s Library Director Anna Beth Morgan while Chapter Vice President Katelyn O’Roark and Society Faculty Advisor Dr. Stephen Carls hold some of the new history books that the prize money paid for. - Lauren Laster
Stephen Carls, history department chair, introduces  Hyran Barefoot, former president of Union, and John Freeman, owner of Green Frog Village, to a group of history students that worked at the village for Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Stephen Carls, history department chair, introduces Hyran Barefoot, former president of Union, and John Freeman, owner of Green Frog Village, to a group of history students that worked at the village for Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Megan Winters, sophomore history major, cuts a piece of wood as David Thomas, professor of history, holds the board down. The wood is used as part of a building project completed by the history department for Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Megan Winters, sophomore history major, cuts a piece of wood as David Thomas, professor of history, holds the board down. The wood is used as part of a building project completed by the history department for Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
David Thomas, professor of history, helps history students build a replica outhouse at Green Frog Village. This project was part of Union's Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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David Thomas, professor of history, helps history students build a replica outhouse at Green Frog Village. This project was part of Union's Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Will Miller, freshman Christian Studies major, and Camille McCullar, senior history major, mount a board for a building project completed by the history department at Green Frog Village on Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Will Miller, freshman Christian Studies major, and Camille McCullar, senior history major, mount a board for a building project completed by the history department at Green Frog Village on Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Caitlin Roach, sophomore history major, and Stephen Carls, history department chair, help build a small log cabin for Green Frog Village on Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Caitlin Roach, sophomore history major, and Stephen Carls, history department chair, help build a small log cabin for Green Frog Village on Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Kevin Reid, junior history major, helps build a replica outhouse for Green Frog Village as a part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Kevin Reid, junior history major, helps build a replica outhouse for Green Frog Village as a part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
David Thomas, professor of history, and Glenae Nora, freshman history major, cut a board to be used for a building project at Green Frog Village. The history department did several projects for Green Frog on Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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David Thomas, professor of history, and Glenae Nora, freshman history major, cut a board to be used for a building project at Green Frog Village. The history department did several projects for Green Frog on Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Travis Lutz, junior history major, works on a building project for Green Frog Village on Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Travis Lutz, junior history major, works on a building project for Green Frog Village on Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Hyran Barefoot, former president of Union, talks to David Thomas, professor of history, about Green Frog Village, the location of the history department's project of Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Hyran Barefoot, former president of Union, talks to David Thomas, professor of history, about Green Frog Village, the location of the history department's project of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David Hackett Fischer was the featured speaker for the 13th annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Photo by Megan Bailey
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Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David Hackett Fischer was the featured speaker for the 13th annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Megan Bailey
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David Hackett Fischer was the featured speaker for the 13th annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Photo by Megan Bailey
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Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David Hackett Fischer was the featured speaker for the 13th annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Megan Bailey
David Hackett Fischer, the Warren Professor of History at Brandeis University, addressed the topic, "Leaders in an Open Society: The Presidencies of Washington, Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt and Barack Obama" during the 13th annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Photo by Megan Bailey
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David Hackett Fischer, the Warren Professor of History at Brandeis University, addressed the topic, "Leaders in an Open Society: The Presidencies of Washington, Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt and Barack Obama" during the 13th annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Megan Bailey
David Hackett Fischer talks with Hannah Morgan, sophomore psychology major, before signing her book at the 13th annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series.  - Photo by Megan Bailey
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David Hackett Fischer talks with Hannah Morgan, sophomore psychology major, before signing her book at the 13th annual Carls-Schwerdfeger History Lecture Series. - Megan Bailey
Katelyn O'Roarke, junior biology major, inducts new members into Phi Alpha Theta, the history society. - Photo by Sarah Palmer
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Katelyn O'Roarke, junior biology major, inducts new members into Phi Alpha Theta, the history society. - Sarah Palmer
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