Vol. VII
Summer 1995

COPYRIGHT 1995, 2002 by the Cumberland College Department of History and Political Science. All Rights Reserved.








Prehistoric Trails in the Upper Cumberland River Basin Charles M. Dupier, Jr.
The Recapture of Cyrenaica: The Role of British Vulnerability in the Success of the Afrika Korps Robert E. Stephens, Jr.
A Disputation of the Report of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy Christen L. Tomlinson


Chuck Dupier Charles M. Dupier, Jr. is an associate professor of Geography and Anthropology. He came to Cumberland College in 1966. Professor Dupier attended the University of North Alabama (BS), the University of Kentucky (MA), and Indiana State University (ARD). His current research interests are the historical geography and archaeology of Native Americans in the Southeast.
Robert Stephens Robert E. Stephens, Jr. is a commuting student from McCreary County, Kentucky. The original draft of his paper was written for the Historical Methods class, a required course for history majors at Cumberland College. Robert served as co-historian of the Upsilon-Upsilon Chapter during the 1994-95 school year and will be the president during the 1995-96 school year.
Christen Tomlinson Christen L. Tominson is a sophomore, political science major from Cartersville, Georgia. She plans, after graduation, to attend graduate school in political science. Christen hopes to eventually teach on the college level and become involved in politics at the state or national level. This paper was written for the Historical Methods course.


Comments from the Editor Eric L. Wake
Comments from the President Cassondra Wheeler


Eric L. Wake, Ph.D.
Advisor of Upsilon-Upsilon
and Chairman of the History and
Political Science Department

Board of Advisors

Al Pilant, Ph.D., Chairman of the Board of Advisors and Assistant
Professor of Political Science
Leslie Boozer, student member of Upsilon-Upsilon
John Broome, TH.D., Professor of History
Oline Carmical, Ph.D., Professor of History
Edward Oller, student member of Upsilon-Upsilon
John Olson, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Political Science
Keith Semmel, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Communication Arts