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Alice Pate Collection (MC 221)

Biographical/Organizational Note

Dr. Alice Pate served as the Chair of the History and Geography Department of Columbus State University.

Scope and Content

This collection consists of course material, questionnaires, reference material, political campaign material, and publications on American, Russian and Eastern European Studies, as well as Russian-language newspapers. 1965-2003 4 boxes (4 l.f.)

Permission to Publish

Permission to publish material from the Alice Pate Collection must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives at Columbus State University. Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required: Alice Pate Collection (MC 221) Columbus State University Archives Columbus, Georgia

Provenance

Dr. Alice Pate donated these materials in October of 2006.

Box and Folder/Item List

Box 1 - Muscogee County Schools

  • Folder 1 - Computer Technology Surveys (Columbus Area elementary schools Student questionnaires (unidentified school 9th grade)
  • Folder 2 - Student questionnaires (unidentified school 10th grade)
  • Folder 3 - Student questionnaires (unidentified school 11th grade)
  • Folder 4 - Student questionnaires (unidentified school 12th grade)
  • Folder 5 - Student questionnaires (Shaw High School 11th grade)
  • Folder 6 - Student questionnaires (Shaw High School 11th grade)
  • Folder 7 - Student questionnaires (Shaw High School 12th grade)
  • Folder 8 - Student questionnaires (Shaw High School 12th grade)
  • Folder 9 - List of likes and dislikes in classrooms (Shaw High School)
  • Folder 10 - Student questionnaires (Marion County 9th grade)
  • Folder 11 - Student questionnaires (Marion County 10th grade
  • Folder 12 - Student questionnaires (Marion County 11th grade)
  • Folder 13 - Student questionnaires (Marion County 12th grade)
  • Folder 14 - List of likes and dislikes in classrooms (Marion County)
  • Folder 15 - Report from Meriwether County
  • Folder 16 - PSAT/NMSQT summary of answers 10th grade
  • Folder 17 - PSAT/NMSQT summary of answers 11th grade
  • Folder 18 - Student questionnaires (Columbus High School 9th grade)
  • Folder 19 - Student questionnaires (Columbus High School 10th grade)
  • Folder 20 - Student questionnaires (Columbus High School 11th grade)
  • Folder 21 - Student questionnaires (Columbus High School 12th grade)
  • Folder 22 - List of likes and dislikes (Columbus High School)
  • Folder 23 - Student questionnaires (Meriwether County 9th grade)
  • Folder 24 - Student questionnaires (Meriwether County 9th grade)
  • Folder 25 - Student questionnaires (Meriwether County 10th grade)
  • Folder 26 - Student questionnaires (Meriwether County 11th grade)
  • Folder 27 - Student questionnaires (Meriwether County 12th grade)
  • Folder 28 - Student questionnaires (Meriwether County 12th grade)
  • Folder 29 - List of likes and dislikes in classrooms (Meriwether County)
  • Folder 30 - 1997 Georgia public education report card for parents
  • Folder 31 - (Manchester High School)
  • Folder 32 - Student questionnaire results
  • Folder 33 - Miscellaneous items for co-reform P-16 council
  • Folder 34 - Miscellaneous items
  • Folder 35 - Engaging the Disengaged, by Susan Black, 2003
  • Folder 36 - Muscogee county school district analysis of expenditures
  • Folder 37 - Between North and South Columbus, 2002-2004
  • Folder 38 - Muscogee county school district elementary statistics-
  • Folder 39 - Classroom teachers, 2003-2004
  • Folder 40 - Muscogee county schools-dress codes
  • Folder 41 - Muscogee elementary school-parental involvement
  • Folder 42 - Evelyn J. Burks parenting coordinator
  • Folder 43 - Revitalization of Columbus south-Issue work groups, 2004
  • Folder 44 - Revitalization of Columbus south-Green corridors project
  • Folder 45 - Schools and education (general information)
  • Folder 46 - The Effects of High Stakes Testing On Student Motivation
  • Folder 47 - And Learning, by Audrey T. Amrein & David C. Berliner
  • Folder 48 - The Promise Of Partnerships, by Jane Tunseth and Craig
  • Folder 49 - Nowicki, December 2003
  • Folder 50 - Youth Advisory Council letter, January 20, 2001
  • Folder 51 - Youth Advisory minutes, November 24, 2003

Box 2 - Howard Dean's 2004 Presidential Campaign

  • Folder 1 - A Citizen's guide to Taking Back America, campaign literature
  • Folder 2 - A Strong Record of Accomplishment on Labor Issues, campaign literature
  • Folder 3 - A Strong Record of Managing Vermont's Economy, campaign literature
  • Folder 4 - Bumper stickers, “Dean for President”
  • Folder 5 - Campaign buttons
  • Folder 6 - Commit for change-caucus in Iowa and New Mexico
  • Folder 7 - Common Sense for a New Century, campaign literature
  • Folder 8 - Dean for America, campaign literature
  • Folder 9 - Dean “meet-up” in Columbus, Georgia, January 7, 2004
  • Folder 10 - “Dean for President”, campaign cards
  • Folder 11 - Georgia Dean for president campaign literature
  • Folder 12 - Georgia primary literature
  • Folder 13 - Governor Howard Dean, M.D., A Clear Record of Accomplishment on Prescription Drugs, campaign literature
  • Folder 14 - Governor Howard Dean, M. D., In His Own Words, campaign literature
  • Folder 15 - Issues Important to Women, campaign literature
  • Folder 16 - Miscellaneous Howard Dean campaign material
  • Folder 17 - National Dean meet-up day
  • Folder 18 - National Dean meet-up day
  • Folder 19 - Preserving Environmental Quality, campaign literature
  • Folder 20 - Record of accomplishment with health care, campaign literature
  • Folder 21 - Record of protecting family farms, campaign literature
  • Folder 22 - Sign up for Dr. Dean's email updates, campaign literature
  • Folder 23 - Special meet-up edition CD's
  • Folder 24 - Take home sign-up sheets
  • Folder 25 - Take Our Country Back, campaign literature
  • Folder 26 - Win Virginia and Wisconsin, campaign literature
  • Folder 27 - Yes I want to join Howard Dean and take our country back, campaign literature
  • Folder 28 - Your county connection-Iowa, campaign literature

Box 3 - Russian and Eastern European Studies

  • Folder 1 - Baltic studies newsletter, Dec 1995
  • Folder 2 - Latvian information bulletin
  • Folder 3 - National Association for Soviet and East European Studies, July, 1970
  • Folder 4 - Robinson Crusoe: The Use of the Novel in a History Course, by George Mark Ellis
  • Folder 5 - Soviet Studies, July 1970
  • Folder 6 - Teaching note-taking to History Students as Encouragement to Active Study, by Paul L. Ward
  • Folder 7 - Teaching the First Ten Assignments in an Introductory History Course, by Edwin Finton
  • Folder 8 - The American Bibliography of Russian and East European Studies for 1965
  • Folder 9 - The Moscow Times magazine, September 18, 1994
  • Folder 10 - The World of Europe-The Ancient World to 800, by Neil Hackett, 1973
  • Folder 11 - The World of Europe-The Medieval World, by James W. Alexander, 1973

Magazines in Box 3

  • Folder 1 - Slavic Review,. March 1969
  • Folder 2 - Slavic Review,. June 1969
  • Folder 3 -- Slavic Review, Sept 1969
  • Folder 4 - Slavic Review, Dec 1969
  • Folder 5 - Slavic Review, March 1970
  • Folder 6 - East European Quarterly, Spring 1973
  • Folder 7 - East European Quarterly, Summer 1973
  • Folder 8 - East European Quarterly, Fall 1973
  • Folder 9 - East European Quarterly, January 1974
  • Folder 10 - East European Quarterly, March 1974
  • Folder 11 - East European Quarterly, June 1974
  • Folder 12 - East European Quarterly, September 1974
  • Folder 13 - East European Quarterly, January 1975
  • Folder 14 - East European Quarterly, March 1975
  • Folder 15 - East European Quarterly, June 1975
  • Folder 16 - East European Quarterly, September 1975
  • Folder 17 - East European Quarterly, March 1976
  • Folder 18 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 11, Greek and Roman History, by Mortimer Chambers
  • Folder 19 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 15, Chinese History, by Charles O. Hucker
  • Folder 20 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 17, The History Of India, by Robert I. Crane
  • Folder 21 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 18, Renaissance Humanism, by William J. Bouwsma
  • Folder 22 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 22, A Style of History for Beginners, by Paul L. Ward
  • Folder 23 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 23, The Middle Ages In Recent Historical Thought, by Bryce Lyon
  • Folder 24 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 30, American Intervention: 1917 and 1941
  • Folder 25 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 33, The European Peasantry from the 15th to the 19th century, by Jerome Blum
  • Folder 26 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 34, Japanese History, by John Whitney Hall
  • Folder 27 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 38, Some Elements of East European History, by R. V. Burks
  • Folder 28 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 47, Forty Years of Chinese Communism, by Allan B. Cole
  • Folder 29 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 49, Biography as History, Men and movements in Europe since 1500, by Charles Mullett
  • Folder 30 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 54, The Reformation in Recent Historical Thought, by Harold Grimm
  • Folder 31 - American Historical Assoc. Publication No. 57, European Intellectual History, by Crane Brinton
  • Folder 32 - American Historical Assoc., History as a Career

Box 4 - Russian Newspapers

  • Folder 1 - Awakening- Jan, Apr & May 1991
  • Folder 2 - APABAA- May 16, 1979 and January 23, 1985
  • Folder 3 - The Literary Gazette-June 1990
  • The Literary Gazette-August 1990
  • The Literary Gazette-Sept. 1990
  • The Literary Gazette-Oct. 1990
  • The Literary Gazette-Nov. 1990
  • The Literary Gazette-Dec. 1990
  • The Literary Gazette-January 1991
  • Folder 4 - Independent Newspaper-Feb 21, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-March 22, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-April 23, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-May 24, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-May 25, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-June 1, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-June 26, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-July 2, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-July 3, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-August 4 & 5, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-Sept. 6 & 7, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-Oct. 8 & 9, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-Nov. 10 & 11, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-Dec. 12 & 13, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-Dec. 14 & 15, 1991
  • Independent Newspaper-Jan. and Feb. 1992
  • Independent Newspaper-Feb. 18 & 19, 1992
  • Independent Newspaper- March 20 & 21, 1992
  • Independent Newspaper-April 1, 1992
  • Independent Newspaper-April 22 & 23, 1992
  • Independent Newspaper-May 2 & 3, 1992
  • Independent Newspaper-June 4 & 5, 1992
  • Independent Newspaper-July 6 & 7, 1993
  • Independent Newspaper-Aug. 8 & 9, 1992
  • Independent Newspaper-Sept. 10 & 11, 1992
  • Independent Newspaper-Oct. 12 & 13, 1992
  • Independent Newspaper-Nov. and Dec 1992
  • Independent Newspaper-Jan. 16 & 17, 1993
  • Independent Newspaper-Feb. 18 & 19, 1993
  • Independent Newspaper-March 20 & 21, 1993
  • Independent Newspaper-April 22 & 23, 1993
  • Independent Newspaper-May and June 1993
  • Independent Newspaper-July 2 & 3, 1993
  • Independent Newspaper-Aug. 4 & 5, 1993
  • Independent Newspaper-Sept. 6 & 7, 1993
  • Independent Newspaper-Oct. 8 & 9, 1993
  • Independent Newspaper-Oct. and Nov. 1993
  • Independent Newspaper-Dec. 12 & 13, 1993
  • Independent Newspaper-Jan. 14 & 15, 1994
  • Independent Newspaper-Jan. 16 & 17, 1994
  • Independent Newspaper-Feb. 18 & 19, 1994
  • Independent Newspaper-Mar. and April 1994
  • Independent Newspaper-June and July 1994
  • Independent Newspaper-Sept. 4 & 5, 1994
  • Independent Newspaper-Oct. and Nov. 1994
  • Independent Newspaper-Nov. 8 & 9, 1994
  • Independent Newspaper-Dec. 10 & 11, 1994
  • Independent Newspaper-Jan. and Feb. 1995
  • Independent Newspaper-March and April 1995
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