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Projects and Researchers
Fall 2006

by Jim Jones, copyright 2006

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One of the reaons we use computers in our research is to make it easy to collaborate. The purpose of this page is to make sure that everyone in the HIS480 class knows what their colleagues are looking for, and to enable them to share data as they collect it. For example, if you find something on diets while you are researching your own topic, use the email link to send a copy of your data to the person who is researching diets.

Researcher Topic Email address Date & time of oral presentation
James Contributions to the Community Chest Email Dec. 4, 2:00 pm
David Corruption at Montgomery Ward (D. T. Heiser) Email Dec. 4, 2:12 pm
Gweh Race and crime rates Email Dec. 4, 2:24 pm
Kali Sources of liquor during prohibition Email Dec. 4, 2:36 pm
Ben West Chester post office Email Dec. 6, 2:00 pm
Michael Movie theaters Email Dec. 6, 2:12 pm
Chris The fire departments Email Dec. 6, 2:24 pm
Joseph West Chester State Teachers College Email Dec. 6, 2:36 pm
Justin Calgary Lutheran Church and Prohibition repeal Email Dec. 8, 2:00 pm
Jon Churches and social services Email Dec. 8, 2:12 pm
Derek Food and diets Email Dec. 8, 2:24 pm
Jim M. Change in the retail grocery business Email Dec. 8, 2:36 pm
Jim J. The "Veil Hospital" (unwed mothers and adoption) Email Dec. 8 (if time permits)

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