Every student and all academic subjects have a history, and the University of Missouri-St. Louis' innovative new curriculum appeals to majors and non-majors alike who seek to know how their present lives have been shaped by the past. Not knowing the events that influenced family, community, nation, and the world before a person's birth can be as confusing as joining in the middle of a conversation about an unfamiliar topic. The History curriculum at the University of Missouri-St. Louis covers local, regional, national, and transnational subject matter, providing the contexts for understanding a variety of cultures and countries on every continent across many centuries.

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Research from 2021

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Puerto Rican Heritage in the Twentieth Century: Empire, Statecraft, and Resistance, The Public Historian, Lara Kelland

Research from 2020

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American Railroads History of their Construction, Original Costs and Profit Mode of administration adopted Review of the legislation ruling them Sequel to Interior Improvements, etc. By Guillaume Tell Poussin Former Major of American Engineers and aide de camp of General of Engineers Bernard Time is money Paris Carilian-Goeury, Bookstore of the Royal Corps of Bridges, Roads and Mines Quai des Augustines, No. 41 1836, Steven Rowan

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Belgium and the Belgians since 1830 By Major G. T. Poussin Author of La Puissance américaine, etc. Paris W. Coquebert, Editor log The History of the French of diverse estates, by Monteil, 48, Rue Jacob 1845, Steven Rowan

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The Memoirs of Guillaume Tell Poussin: The “French Connection” in the Construction of American Roads, Canals, and Railroads, Steven Rowan

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The Lost Mysteries of New Orleans, Steven Rowan and Baron Ludwig von Reizenstein

Research from 2019

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Reports from the United States of North America on railroads, steamship travel, banks and other public undertakings by Franz Anton Ritter von Gerstner and Description of a Journey through the United States of North America by Clara von Gerstner, née von Epplen-Härtenstein Translated, with an introduction, by Steven Rowan, Steven Rowan; Franz Anton Ritter von Gerstner; and Clara von Gerstner, née von Epplen-Härtenstein

Research from 2017

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Inaugural Lecture for His Chair in the Collège de France, Michel Chevalier and Steven Rowan

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Liberty in the United States of America, Michel Chevalier and Steven Rowan

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On the Network of Railroads that Could be Built Today in France, Revue des deux Mondes, Michel Chevalier and Steven Rowan

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The Mediterranean System, The Globe, Michel Chevalier and Steven Rowan

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Letters on North America, Michel Chevalier, Steven Rowan, and Carlos A. Schwantes

Research from 2002

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The Devil in Confederate New Orleans: Baron Ludwig von Reizenstein's Second Novel with a Translation of Wie der Teufel in New Orleans ist (1861), Steven Rowan

Research from 2001

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Daniel Hertle's narrative of the Camp Jackson Incident in St. Louis, 10 May 1861, Steven Rowan

Research from 1982

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Johann Zasius, Attorney for the Jewish Community of Regensburg, 1519 C.E., The Jewish Quarterly Review, Steven Rowan