Category Archives: American history

Mt. Rushmore: Monument For The Ages

*Post written by Jake Knecht, student assistant of the University Archives and Special Collections. Mount Rushmore, one of America’s most treasured national landmarks, is located at the Harney National Forest in Keystone, South Dakota. Construction began on October 4, 1927 … Continue reading

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#VeteransDay: Remembering Rick Winters

*Post written by James Wethington, library assistant of the University Archives and Special Collections. November 11th is Veterans’ Day. On this day, we remember and honor those men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces and those … Continue reading

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Celebration of Evansville’s Military Past

*Post written by Jennifer Greene, university archivist of the University Archives and Special Collections. The University Archives and Special Collections (UASC), located on the third floor of the David L. Rice Library, is pleased to announce a new digital collection, … Continue reading

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Love at War

*Post written by Brady Bolinger, student assistant of the University Archives and Special Collections. Miss Mary, I take the pleasure of writing you a few times, though I fear the liberty I have taken will not meet with your approbation, … Continue reading

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#OnThisDay: September 11th Attacks

*Post written by James Wethington, library assistant of the University Archives and Special Collections. On this day in 2001, over 2,900 lives were lost in the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon in Washington, … Continue reading

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