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  • Girlie Girls Aren’t “Real” Athletes: A Critical Examination of Girls’ Experiences of Aesthetic Sports within a Post-Feminist Masquerade 

    Kovac, Laura
    The purpose of this feminist research was to understand the experiences of adolescent females currently participating in aesthetic sports. Specifically, I aimed to critically examine the ways in which the new feminine ideal ...
  • Seburn Family Fonds, 1757-1936, n.d. (non-inclusive) 

    Adams, Anne (2017-12-07)
    31 cm. (1 small and 2 oversize boxes) of textual records 113 b&w photos 10 tintypes 2 daguerreotypes 1 wooden stamp
  • The New Niagara 

    Hartt, Rollin Lynde (n.d.)
    The article discusses the building up of the area around Niagara Falls due to the "new era of electricity". The author describes the ways in which they are surrounded by the benefits of electrical power, "This plunging ...
  • The Enslaving of Niagara 

    MacDonald Oxley, J. (1903)
    The article discusses the harnessing of Niagara Falls for its power use. The article begins discussing 1889 when the "Cataract Construction Company, an American corporation, whereof Mr. William B. Rankine, of New York, ...
  • Niagara - The Scene of Perilous Feats 

    Dunlop, Orrin E. (1902)
    An article describing the many "perilous feats" performed at Niagara Falls. Some of the stunts/performers mentioned include: Hazlett and Sarah Allen, Steve Peere, Harry Colcord, Monsier Blondin, Maria Spelterina, Maud ...

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