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  • Delaney, Caldwell (University of Alabama Libraries, 1952)
    The marriage at Augusta in 1809 of Sarah Minge Walker and George Walton united two of Georgia's prominent post-Revolutionary families.
  • Carter, Jack Melton (University of Alabama Libraries, 1953)
    In 1947 the United States Military Academy began the practice of holding an annual intercollegiate debate tournament in which schools from all geographical regions of the United States participated. In order for a ...
  • Landry, Harral E. (University of Alabama Libraries, 1958)
    Education in sixteenth century England was mostly available at schools in even the small towns and villages, although frequently only for rudimentary instruction, if the parents and children desired to avail themselves of ...
  • Oldshue, Jerry C. (University of Alabama Libraries, 1961)
    The secession movement in Alabama has been studied in considerable detail, both in a special state monograph and in various treatments of the secession movement in the South. Despite the intensive study already devoted ...
  • Hubbert, Paul Ray (University of Alabama Libraries, 1964)
    Over three centuries ago the citizens of this country expressed a faith in education which abides until this day. The fact that education and this nation's political theory are inextricably woven is so axiomatic that ...
  • Gasser, Raymond Frank (University of Alabama Libraries, 1965)
    The purpose of this study is to present a detailed and accurate description of the morphogenesis and histogenesis of the muscles in man supplied by the facial or seventh cranial nerve together with the morphogenesis of the ...
  • Moseley, Aubrey Howard (University of Alabama Libraries, 1966)
    Many ideas and techniques relating to improved educational practices have been researched and are reported in the professional literature, both educational and that of related disciplines. In spite of the fact that educators ...
  • Perry, James Zachry (University of Alabama Libraries, 1972)
    One of the most persistent problems facing public education today is the selection and retention of the most competent teachers available for our schools. Those responsible for conducting selective teacher recruitment and ...
  • Serum, Camelia Sue (University of Alabama Libraries, 1972)
    According to Amsel's theory of frustrative nonreward (Amsel, 1958), the frustration effect (FE) is manifested in more highly motivated behavior immediately subsequent to nonreward of a previously rewarded response. Moreover, ...
  • Smith, Karl Dee (University of Alabama Libraries, 1973)
    The element scandium has been known for over one hundred years, but its coordination chemistry has been little studied. The lack of attention has been due, in part, to the difficulty of obtaining a pure source of scandium, ...
  • Wielchowsky, Charles Carl (University of Alabama Libraries, 1975)
    Field, textural, mineralogical, and geochemical data were collected from the Coker Formation of Cretaceous age and the alluvial terrace deposits of Pleistocene(?) age in the Cottondale area to determine those criteria that ...
  • Fleming, Victor Keith (University of Alabama Libraries, 1976)
    A series of dams was constructed on the Tennessee River in northern Alabama during the second quarter of the 20th century, and federally financed archaeological salvage projects were conducted in the areas to be ...
  • Whitehouse, Stella Cocoris (University of Alabama Libraries, 1977)
    Criticism of the drama of the Renaissance has yielded an abundance of Marlovian scholarship, great and varied in scope. Particularly, there has been an immense interest in Marlowe's creation of the superhuman hero--the ...
  • Stern, Allen (American Physical Society, 1977-06-15)
    Classical periodic trajectories are shown to exist for a test particle moving in an external SU(2) gauge field. The field is assumed to be static and of the form proposed by Wu and Yang. The energy of the system is positive, ...
  • Katz, Elaine S. (University of Alabama Libraries, 1978)
    College instruction in poetry systematically treats, prosody, symbolism, imagery, lexicology, the history of ideas, and critical biography--by no means to exhaust the list. Common sense dictates that it should be possible ...
  • Balachandran, A. P.; Borchardt, S.; Chang, S. S.; Stern, Allen; Cahalan, R.; Ramachandran, R.; Rupertsberger, H. (American Physical Society, 1978-02-15)
    We study the analyticity in cosθ of the exact quantum-mechanical electric-charge-magnetic-monopole scattering amplitude by ascribing meaning to its formally divergent partial-wave expansion as the boundary value of an ...
  • Stern, Allen; Balachandran, A. P.; Borchardt, S.; Chang, S. S.; Stern, A.; Cahalan, R.; Ramachandran, R.; Rupertsberger, H. (American Physical Society, 1978-02-15)
    A semiclassical approximation derived directly from the Feynman path integral is employed in the study of electric-charge-magnetic-monopole scattering. We show that this approximation, unlike perturbation theory, is ...
  • Balachandran, A. P.; Borchardt, S.; Stern, A. (American Physical Society, 1978-06-15)
    A new Lagrangian L is proposed for the description of a particle with a non-Abelian charge in interaction with a Yang-Mills field. The canonical quantization of L is discussed. At the quantum level L leads to both irreducible ...
  • Balachandran, A. P.; Stern, Allen; Trahern, G. (American Physical Society, 1979-04-15)
    In the usual formulation of nonlinear models (such as chiral models), there is invariance under a nonlinear realization of a group GF which becomes linear when restricted to a subgroup HF. We formulate them so that they ...
  • Balachandran, A. P.; Stern, Allen; Skagerstam, B. S. (American Physical Society, 1979-07-15)
    Equations of motion and the Lagrangian formalism for extended objects coupled to Abelian and non-Abelian gauge fields are developed. These equations are minimal generalizations of the corresponding equations for point ...

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