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Vol. 12, No. 1 - The Confluence - A regional studies journal published by Lindenwood University Press.

The Confluence - Fall / Winter 2020
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The Confluence is a regional studies journal published by Lindenwood University, dedicated to the diversity of ideas and disciplines of a liberal arts university. It is committed to the intersection of history, art and architecture, design, science, social science, and public policy. Its articles are diverse by design.


Articles

Nature Much Improved: The Curation of a Nineteenth-Century Neighborhood and Greenspace

Shannan Mason uses the Lucas Place neighborhood as a case study to understand the early movement of wealthier St. Louisans to the outskirts of the city and their role in rejecting crowded urban sensibilities for expanded greenspace. This article won the Morrow Prize for the Best Student Paper on a Missouri Topic from the Missouri Conference on History in 2020.

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Krekel & Kribben - Diverging Views on the Future of Slavery

Steve Ehlmann explores the evolving views of two German politicians on slavery as the Civil War approached.

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Joseph Robidoux III, the 1780 Battle of St. Louis, & the St. Louis Robidoux Legacy

The Robidoux family has been part of the history of Missouri on both sides of the state dating to the Revolutionary War period. Stephen Kling places Robidoux’s role into historical perspective.

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