�Tell Me a Story�



Lourdes College Online Narrative History Journal

Volume X (Summer 2011)




The Best Narratives Written by Students

In HST 430: Historiography

Lourdes College

Spring 2011


For your journey through time,
click on the pictures above the titles.






In the Shadow of a Heretic:

The Story of the Power Hungry King Akehnaten

in a Time Known as the Armana Interlude

By Jeff Jackson






The Rise and Fall of America�s Black Wall Street:

The Story of African American Entrepreneurship

In Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1836 to 1921

By Alicia Murphy






En la Defensa de Neustro Vecino:

Eisenhower, �rbenz and the 1954 Overthrow

of the Guatemalan Government

By Aaron Albright




Friends at Last:

How Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass

Influenced Each Other’s Political Ideas

By Ryan Machoukas



No Victory in Vietnam:

Global Consequences of the 1954 Geneva Conference

By Nathan Kuehnl



The Manliness of Andrew Jackson:

An Examination of His Soft, Loving Touch

and His Hard Hand of Fury

By Rob Newbold




Ulysses S. Grant:  

The Power Struggle between a Great

Commander in Chief and an Almost Invisible Army

By Jacqueline Lagueux



The Long Haul West:

Life on the Oregon Trail

By Matt Arehart




A Studio in Uniform:

Warner Brothers’ Support

for World War II

By Katie Crosby





The People’s Utopia:

The Dreams and Realities

of Post-Revolutionary Russia

By Erin Lottier








“But What Are Politics if Not Women?”

How Women at the Congress of Vienna

Influenced and Inspired Policy

By Katie LaPlant





Letter from the Editor



Editor: Dr. Mary Stockwell

Chair, Department of History

Lourdes College

Sylvania, Ohio 43560

© Mary Stockwell 2011