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Thomas D. Schoonover Papers

Collection 290

Schoonover, Thomas D. (1936 - ). Papers, 1800s-2009, n.d.

15 feet, 10.5 inches; 20 volumes

Thomas David Schoonover was born on May 27, 1936 in Winona, Minnesota. Schoonover was a teacher, author, and scholar. He received his B.A. from the University of Minnesota in 1958; his M.A. from Louisiana State University in 1961; and his Ph.D. in 1970 at the University of Minnesota. He attended the University of Madrid during the summer of 1967, and schools in Germany, Spain and France to study different languages. He reads and speaks German, Spanish, and French, and reads Portuguese, Dutch, and Italian. He has received many honors and grants, and was active in many professional organizations. Most of his research and publications focused on Central American history.

Dr. Schoonover taught at the University of Minnesota and Louisiana State University as a teaching assistant while in school. His master’s thesis was “The Military Thought of Thomas Jackson and William Sherman”, and his dissertation was “Mexican-United States Relations, 1861-1867”. Other institutions he worked at include the University of Bielefield (Germany), University of Wisconsin (LaCrosse), University of Maryland, Cornell University (visiting professor) and University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette). At USL, he taught American and Latin American history until his retirement. He currently lives in Lafayette, Louisiana.

This collection contains working files of his research, correspondence, lecture notes, research notes, personal papers, etc. To see his curriculum vitae, see a Special Collections staff member.

This collection was donated by Dr. Thomas D. Schoonover.

Series:

1. Correspondence
A. Professional 1-01 thru 1-22
B. Foreign Language 1-23 thru 2-03
C. Conferences 2-04 thru 2-06
D. Awards, Fellowships, Grants 2-07 thru 2-12
E. Related to Position 2-13 thru 2-19
F. Non-Professional 2-20 thru 2-31
G. Romeo’s Correspondence Box 2a
2. Lecture Notes
A. History 461 2-32 thru 2-34
B. History 463 2-35 thru 2-36
C. History 371, 222, 221 2-37 thru 2-38
3. Research Notes
A. Notecards Box 3 thru Box 9a
B. Original Charts and Tables 10-01 thru 10-08;Box 10a
C. Primary materials 10-09 thru 12-35
D. Other 12-36 thru 13-23; Box 13a
4. Personal Papers
A. Organizational material 13-24 thru 13-33
B. Published Notes, Conference, etc. 14-01 thru 15-61; Box 14a
C. Miscellaneous 15-62 thru 15-80
5. Binders [mainly lecture notes; some research] 20 volumes
6. Microfilms Box 16 thru Box 18
7. Newspapers Box 19 thru Box 21

Inventory:

Box 1
1. Correspondence: Professional
1-01 1967-1970
1-02 1971-1972
1-03 1973-1979: May
1-04 1979: June-October
1-05 1979: November-December
1-06 1980: January-July
1-07 1980: August – 1984: December
1-08 1985-1986
1-09 1987-1988
1-10 1989-1990
1-11 1991
1-12 1992
1-13 1993-1995
1-14 1996-1997
1-15 1998
1-16 1999-2000
1-17 2001
1-18 2002
1-19 2003-2004
1-20 2005-2006
1-21 2007-2009
1-22 2010, no date
Correspondence: Foreign Language
1-23 1965-1974
1-24 1975
1-25 1976-1977
1-26 1978
Box 2
2-01 1979-1982
2-02 1986-1988
2-03 1989-2009
Correspondence: Conferences
2-04 1972-1974
2-05 1977-1987
2-06 1988-2002
Correspondence: Awards, Fellowships, Grants
2-07 1968-1974
2-08 1976-1979
2-09 1980-1981
2-10 1982-1985
2-11 1988-1990
2-12 1991-1998
Correspondence: Related to position
2-13 1969-1984
2-14 1985
2-15 1986-1987
2-16 1988-1989
2-17 1990-1991
2-18 1992-1994
2-19 1995-1998
Correspondence: Non-Professional
2-20 1963-1969
2-21 1970-1971
2-22 1972-1975
2-23 1977-1978
2-24 1979-1992
2-25 1993-1997
2-26 1998-2000
2-27 2001-2003
2-28 2004
2-29 2005
2-30 2006-2009
2-31 Assorted Greeting Cards
2. Lecture Notes: (Schoonover, Thomas D.)
2-32 History 461
2-33 History 461
2-34 History 461
2-35 History 463
2-36 History 463
2-37 History 371, 222, 221
2-38 History 371, 222, 221
Box 2a
Romeo’s Correspondence
2a-01 Research: Romeo’s Correspondence, Ch. 1
2a-02 Research: Romeo’s Correspondence, Ch. 2
2a-03 Research: Romeo’s Correspondence, Ch. 3
2a-04 Research: Romeo’s Correspondence, Ch. 4
2a-05 Research: Romeo’s Correspondence, Ch. 5
2a-06 Research: Romeo’s Correspondence, Ch. 6
2a-07 Research: Romeo’s Correspondence, Ch. 7
2a-08 Research: Romeo’s Correspondence, Ch. 8
2a-09 Research: Romeo’s Correspondence, Ch. 9
2a-10 Research: Romeo’s Correspondence, Ch. 10
2a-11 Research: Romeo’s Correspondence, Miscellaneous
3. Research Notes: Notecards: typed, (Schoonover, Thomas D.)
Box 3 thru Box 9a
Box 10
Original Charts and Tables: (Schoonover, Thomas D.)
10-01 Shipping: 1800s to foreign countries
10-02 Export: 1800s to foreign countries
10-03 Export: 1800s to foreign countries
10-04 Import: 1800s to foreign countries
10-05 Import: 1800s to foreign countries
10-06 Miscellaneous: 1800s to foreign countries
10-07 Miscellaneous: 1800s to foreign countries
10-08 Miscellaneous: 1800s to foreign countries
Excerpts from Primary Materials: (Schoonover, Thomas D.)
10-09 articles: Ballettino del Ministero Regile’ Affari Esteri, 1888, 1889, 1909
10-10 handwritten articles, Panama, n.d.
10-11 handwritten and typed articles, Brazil, 1890s
10-12 handwritten and typed articles, China, 1800s
10-13 handwritten and typed material, Central America, n.d.
10-14 handwritten material, Costa Rica, n.d.
10-15 handwritten articles (copies), Berlin, 1850s
10-16 handwritten articles (copies), Berlin, 1850
10-17 handwritten articles (copies), Berlin, 1851
10-18 handwritten articles (copies), Guatemala, 1852
10-19 handwritten articles (copies), Berlin, 1859
10-20 handwritten articles (copies), Berlin, 1854
10-21 handwritten articles (copies), Berlin, 1858
10-22 handwritten articles (copies), Guatemala, 1884, 1904
10-23 typed articles, Hamburg, 1918, Berlin, early 1900s
10-24 handwritten and typed articles, Berlin, late, 1880s
10-25 handwritten articles, Berlin, 1850s
10-26 handwritten articles, Guatemala, 1850s
Box 10a
More original charts and tables
10a-01 Research Notes: C.A. Data Sheets 1
10a-02 Research Notes: C.A. Data Sheets 2
10a-03 Research Notes: El Salvador Data Sheets
10a-04 Research Notes: Honduras Data Sheets
10a-05 Research Notes: Guatemala Data Sheets
10a-06 Research Notes: Nicaragua Data Sheets
Box 11
11-01 handwritten articles, Berlin, 1850s
11-02 handwritten and typed articles, Berlin, 1850s
11-03 handwritten and typed articles, Berlin, 1850s, 1900s
11-04 handwritten and typed articles, Berlin, 1850s
11-05 handwritten articles, 1880s
11-06 handwritten and typed articles, Berlin, 1905
11-07 handwritten and typed articles, German, 1870s-1880s
11-08 typed articles, Germany, 1900s
11-09 typed articles and correspondence, Guatemala, Paris, San Salvador, etc., early 1900s
11-10 typed articles and correspondence, Berlin, 1900s-1920s
11-11 typed articles and correspondence, Berlin, 1920s
11-12 handwritten and typed articles, correspondence, clippings, Paris, Mexico, Washington, D.C.,1890s-1900s
11-13 typed articles and news clippings, Guatemala, Mexico, early 1900s
11-14 typed articles, Guatemala, 1900s
11-15 handwritten and typed articles, Berlin, early 1900s
11-16 typed articles, Germany, 1970s
11-17 typed articles, Germany, 1870s – 1960s
11-18 typed articles, Germany, 1870-1970
11-19 typed articles, Berlin, 1910s, 1970s
11-20 typed articles, Germany, 1910s, 1920s, 1970s, 1980s
11-21 typed articles, 1900s, 1960s-1970s
Box 12
12-01 typed paper entitled “Archivo General De Centroamerica, Guia E Indice A La Seccion Del Ministerio De Relaciones Exteriores”, by John W. Kitchens
12-02 handwritten and typed notes, 1910s-1920s
12-03 book reviews, Louisiana History, 1992-93
12-04 typed articles, “Latin America”, 1970s-1990s
12-05 typed articles, “Spanish Wars”, 1856, 1960s, etc.
12-06 typed articles, “Central America”, assorted dates
12-07 typed articles, “Costa Rico”, 1927, etc.
12-08 typed articles, “Spanish-American war”, 1920s, 1960s
12-09 typed articles, “United States and War”, Theodore Roosevelt, etc., 1950-1980s
12-10 handwritten and typed articles,” U.S. Navy”, 1880s, 1950s-1970s
12-11 typed articles, “American Economic history”, 1930s, 1980
12-12 typed articles, “American views of China”, 1900-1975
12-13 typed articles, “American vision of the Chinese”, 1980-1992
12-14 typed articles, “Dreams of Adventure”, “Deeds of Empire”, etc. (Martin Green articles), 1979
12-15 typed articles, “Relationships with United States”, 1955, 1977, etc.
12-16 typed articles, “Economic History”, 1961, 1979, 1983
12-17 typed articles, “Economic History”, 1961, 1972, 1975, 1979, 1981
12-18 sketches, China, “Harper’s Weekly”, November 18, 1899
12-19 typed article, “Confronting the American Dream: Nicaragua under U.S. Imperial Rule”, by Michel Gobat, 2005.
12-20 typed article, “Lubken, Uwe. Bedrohliche Nahe: Die USA und die nationalsozialistische Herausforderung in Lateinamerika, 1937-1945”. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2004
12-21 typed article, “Race over Empire: Racism & U.S. Imperialism”. By Eric T.L. Love, n.d.
12-22 typed article, “The Archaeologist Was a Spy: Sylvanus G. Morley and the Office of naval Intelligence”, by Charles H. Harris, III. 2003
12-23 typed article, “War Games: Richard Harding Davis and the New Imperialism”. By John Seelye, 2003
12-24 typed articles, assorted titles, (international studies), miscellaneous dates
12-25 typed article, “The Lyrical Left?”, n.d.
12-26 typed article, “Documents: Bleeding Kansas and Spanish Cuba in 1857: A postscript”, by Ebba and Thomas Schoonover.
12-27 type research note: “Max Farrand’s memorandum of Theodore Roosevelt’s role in Panama’s Revolution in 1903”, Thomas Schoonover
12-28 typed article: “Dollar Diplomacy”, pp.18-22 only, n.d.
12-29 typed article: “Uncle Sam’s War of 1898”, book reviews, articles, notes, by Thomas Schoonover
12-30 typed notes on U.S. foreign relations/international history, n.d.
12-31 typed notes: Monroe Doctrine; John T. Pickett; Mexico, n.d.
12-32 typed research program: Working Title: “The Interaction of Rising Industrial Powers and Middle America—Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama from 1821 to 1914”. Thomas Schoonover.
12-33 typed notes: “Confederates in the Caribbean Basin”, n.d.
12-34 typed notes: “ Detailed Specific Critique on Schoonover MSS “– Part II – Tactics, n.d.
12-35 typed notes: notes from AGCA for USCA manuscripts United States in Central America, n.d.
Other (Thomas Schoonover)
12-36 research: “The United States in Central American, 1860-1911: social Imperialism and Imperial Rivalry in the World System.” (revision)
12-37 research: “The Teichmann Collection (1845-1924) biography”
12-38 research: “Critique and Critical Counter-Critique” by Hans-Ulrich Wehler, n.d.
12-39 research: “The Jacob McGavock Dickinson Papers”, revised. Tennessee State Library and Archives, 1959; 1964. Registers Number 1.
12-40 research: “A Guide to the Latin American Materials in the Manuscripts Department”, University of Virginia Library, compiled by Michael F. Plunkett, n.d.
12-41 research: family papers, “The McCreery Family Papers, 1818-1948” with correspondence (1980) to Schoonover.
12-42 research: “FBI, Federal Bureau of Investigation Freedom of Information Privacy Acts Section: Subject: Ernest Hemingway” (part 1)
12-43 research: “FBI, Ernest Hemingway” (part 2)
12-44 research: “FBI, Ernest Hemingway” (part 3)
Box 13
13-01 Hoover Institution Archives Retrieval Program: requested three manuscripts, n.d.
13-02 “Heinz August Luning”; request forms and correspondence (preparing a book on a German spy (Luning) during World War II. He was alleged to have contacted a Gough Brothers spy ring that was supplying submarines in the Gulf-Caribbean in the 1940s. He did not contact them.Did this ring exist? Do FBI files exist?
13-03 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-04 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-05 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-06 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-07 ‘Heinz August Luning “: research files
13-08 ‘Heinz August Luning “: research files
13-09 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-10 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-11 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-12 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-13 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-14 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-15 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-16 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-17 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-18 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-19 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-20 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-21 “Heinz August Luning”: research files
13-22 Critique on Schoonover’s Manuscript on Sherman (Introduction and Summary), n.d.
13-23 miscellaneous materials, Map of Cornell University Library; Jean Boze, Chronicler of Early Nineteenth-Century Louisiana; etc.
4. Personal Papers: Organizational Materials. (Schoonover, Thomas D.)
1. SHAFR: Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations
13-24 correspondence, reports, by-laws, etc., 1980, 1987, 1991
13-25 financial report, correspondence, 1981-2000
13-26 flyers, conference programs, etc., 1970s-1980s
2. SHAGP: Society for Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era
13-27 agenda, minutes, annual meeting material, etc., 1997-2001
3. SECOLAS: South Eastern Council on Latin American Studies
13-28 hotel information, registration form, correspondence, secretary report, etc., 1990s-2000s
13-29 correspondence, President’s comments, travel expenses, etc., 1996-2004
4. BORF/SLEMCO Professorship
13-30 correspondence, guidelines for submission, handwritten notes, 2000-2005
5. ABC/CLIO: American Bibliographical Center/CLIO Press
13-31 correspondence, evaluations, abstract forms, etc., 1973-1987
13-32 correspondence, abstract forms, etc., 1980s
13-33 abstract instructions & forms, correspondence, 1980s
Box 13a
13a-01 Research Materials (German)
13a-02 Research Materials (Central America)
13a-03 Research Materials (misc.)
13a-04 Research Materials (misc.)
13a-05 Research Materials (misc.)
Box 14
Published Notes, Conference papers, Comments, Abstracts, Academic Papers, Manuscripts
14-01 Published: “The Military Thought of Thomas Jonathan Jackson and William Tecumseh Sherman”. A Thesis, submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the Louisiana State University. Master of Arts in the Department of History. By Thomas David Schoonover. August 1961 (for Ph.D.)
14-02 Published: “Officer Casualties in the Eastern Union and Confederate Armies from 1861-1863and their Effect of the Command Systems”. A Thesis submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota. By Thomas David Schoonover, April 1960
14-03 Published: “Annotated Bibliography of German Language Dissertations and “Habilitationsschriften” on U.S Foreign Relations”, by Thomas Schoonover, n.d.
14-04 Published: “Hitler’s Man in Havana”, by Thomas D. Schoonover. 2008
14-05 Published: “Vietnam”, Chapter 1-6, with revisions. By Thomas D. Schoonover
14-06 Published: “Vietnam”, Chapter 1-6. Also contains article about Vietnam, n.d.
14-07 Published: “Uncle Sam’s War of 1898 and the Origins of Globalization”. Proof 1
14-08 Published: miscellaneous writings, from “Journal of Southern History”, typed with revisions, n.d.
14-09 Published: “Pre-Porfiriato United States Economic Penetration into Mexico, the 1860’s”. USL, Lafayette, March 1974
14-10 Published: “International History of the U.S. Industrial Revolution”, by Thomas Schoonover, October 1992
14-11 Published: “Western European (Excluding Spain and Great Britain)” Primary Research Materialfor the Study of Central America. Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-12 Published: “National History in a World System: A Vital Concern for Students of U.S. Foreign Relations, by Schoonover, Thomas. Ca. 1992
14-13 Published: “The Bee-Lopez Agreement”, by Schoonover, Thomas D. (article for “The Handbook of Texas, 1985)
14-14 Published: “Nationalism, ethnocentrisms and writing U.S. diplomatic history”, by Schoonover, Thomas. (Nationalism and DH writing), n.d.
14-15 Published: “The Lyrical Left? “ By Schoonover, Thomas D., October 27, 1987
14-16 Published: “Essays and Reflections: National or International History? U.S. Diplomatic Historians and the Crisis in Central America”. By Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-17 Published: “Diplomatic History Profession”, with revisions. By Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-18 Published: “The Military Thought of Wiliam Sherman”, with revisions. Part 1 and part 2. By Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-19 Published: “Imperialism in Middle America: United States Competition with Britain, Germany, and France in Middle America, 1820s-1920s”, with revisions. By Schoonover, Thomas D., June 1985
14-20 Published: “Spanish-American War and U.S. Intervention in the Caribbean and Pacific Region”, by Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-21 Published: “Imperialism in Latin America”,(Encyclopedia of Latin America) by Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-22 Published: “Pacific Mail Steamship Navigation Company” [Commonly abbreviated PMSS.] (Encyclopedia of Latin America), by Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-23 Published: “Preliminary Report on Central American commerce and maritime activity in relation to the great power struggle of the 19th century: A quantitative approach”. By Schoonover, Thomas D., USL, September 2, 1974
14-24 Published: “Quantification and Louisiana Historians”, USL, by Thomas Schoonover, n.d.
14-25 Published: “Archival materials on U.S. businesses in Central America before the 1930s Depression,” (final draft) USL, by Schoonover, Thomas D., June 1987
14-26 Published: “The Blair Family and Black Colonization: An Expansionist Project of the Lincoln Administration”, n.d., by Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-27 Published: “U.S. Rivalry with Germany and France in Central America, 1820s-1930”, by Schoonover, Thomas D., (revision as of March 24, 1989).
14-28 Published: “America’s First Asian War: The War of 1898”, PCB/AHA meeting, Maui Hawaii, August 1999, by Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-29 Published: “U.S.-Latin American Relations, 1776 to the Present: The World Political Economy and Cultural Interaction”, by Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-30 Published: “The United States, Germany, and France in Central America, 1920s to 1929: An Overview”, with revisions. By Schoonover, Thomas D. October 30, 1987
14-31 Published: “Uncle Sam’s War of 1898 and Globalization”, by Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-32 Published: Annual Report of the Editor, Diplomatic History in July 1986, by Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-33 Published: “Documents: European Intervention and the Bond of Central American and Mexican Liberals, 1864-1868”. By Schoonover, Thomas D. January 26, 1988
14-34 Published: “The Guatemalan Foreign Ministry Archives at the Archivo General de Centro America”, with revisions, by Schoonover, Thomas D., n .d.
14-35 Published: “Germany in Central America, 1820s to 1929: An Overview”, with revisions, by Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-36 Published: “Prussia and the Protection of German Transit through Middle America and Commerce with the Pacific Basin, 1848-1851”, by Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-37 Published: “Post World War II German Scholarship on United States Foreign Relations, 1776-1929”, by Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-38 Published: “Confederates in the Caribbean Basin: Manifestations of a World Economic System”,USL, by Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-39 Published: “Its not what we say, its what we do: The Study and Writing of U.S. Foreign Relations in the United States”, with revisions, by Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-40 Published: miscellaneous articles, Spanish documents, by Schoonover, Thomas D., 1986
14-41 Published: miscellaneous articles for Journal of Inter American Studies and World Affairs, 1986. By Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-42 Published: miscellaneous articles. (based on upon materials in fourteen federal, state, and local archives in Mexico and Germany: 48 notes. By Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-43 Published: “Honduran Archival Resources for the History on Honduras, 1985”. By Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-44 Published: “Europe, the Spanish-American War, and Great Power Activity in the Caribbean and Asia”, with revision, USL, Fall 1997, by Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-45 Published: “Columbus, the Spanish-Cuban-American War, and the Advance of U.S. Liberal Capitalism in the Caribbean and Pacific Region”, by Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-46 Published: “The United States and European Interests in Mexican-Guatemalan Relations from the 1850s to 1930”, USL, by Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-47 Published: “An International History of the War of 1898”, with revisions, 12/1999 and 4/2000, by Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-48 Published: “European Primary Research materials on 19th Century Relations with Central America”, (The Americas, 1974-75 publication). By Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-49 Published: “Very Select List of Materials on Theory/Methodology of Foreign Relations”, January 1992, by Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-50 Published: “Critique and Critical Counter-Critique”, by Hans-Ulrich Wehler (translated from the German by Thomas and Ebba Schoonover, n.d.
14-51 Published: “A World History of the Spanish-American War”, by Schoonover, Thomas, 1998 (revisions)
14-52 Published: “Pre-Porfiriato United States Economic Penetration into Mexico, the 1860’s”,USL, by Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-53 Published: “Napoleon is Coming! Maximilian is Coming?, The International History of the Civil War in the Caribbean Basin”, by Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-54 Published: “Origins of Nuclear Strategy; Vietnam: Its Prospect – and U.S. Politics”. By Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-55 Published: “ Kommentiertes Vorlesungsverzeichnis”, Winter semester, 1981/82, by Schoonover, Thomas D.
14-56 Published: Fachschaft Geschichte newsletters, miscellaneous articles. By Schoonover, Thomas D., miscellaneous dates
14-57 Published: “Post World War Ii German Scholarship on United States Foreign Relations, 1776-1929”, by Schoonover, Thomas D., n.d.
14-58 Published: “Honduran Archival Resources” by Schoonover, Thomas, USL; and Finney, Kenneth V., North Carolinia Wesleyan College, n.d.
14-59 Published: “El Salvador”, by Ralph Lee Woodard, Jr., Tulane University; and Thomas Schoonover, USL, 1985
Box 14a
14a-01 Manuscript: “France in Central America,” Part 1 (Index – Introduction)
14a-02 Manuscript: “France in Central America,” Part 2 (Preface – Ch. 2)
14a-03 Manuscript: “France in Central America,” Part 3 (Ch. 3 – 5)
14a-04 Manuscript: “France in Central America,” Part 4 (Ch. 6 – Epilogue/Conclusion)
14a-05 Manuscript: “France in Central America,” Part 5 (Appendix – Bibliography)
14a-06 Manuscript: “Germany in Central America: Competitive Imperialism,” Part 1 (Misc. and title page)
14a-07 Manuscript: “Germany in Central America: Competitive Imperialism,” Part 2 (Preface – Ch. 3)
14a-08 Manuscript: “Germany in Central America: Competitive Imperialism,” Part 3 (Ch. 4 – 7)
14a-09 Manuscript: “Germany in Central America: Competitive Imperialism,” Part 4 (Ch. 8 – Epilogue)
14a-10 Manuscript: “Germany in Central America: Competitive Imperialism,” Part 5 (Appendix –Materials/Sources)
14a-11 Manuscript: “The Banana Men,” Part 1 (Introduction)
14a-12 Manuscript: “The Banana Men,” Part 2 (Ch. 1 – 3)
14a-13 Manuscript: “The Banana Men,” Part 3 (Ch. 4 – Epilogue)
14a-14 Manuscript: “The Banana Men,” Part 4 (Notes)
14a-15 Manuscript: “A Mexican View of America in the 1860s,” Part 1 (Introduction)
14a-16 Manuscript: “A Mexican View of America in the 1860s,” Part 2 (1860 – 1863)
14a-17 Manuscript: “A Mexican View of America in the 1860s,” Part 3 (1864 – Epilogue)
14a-18 Manuscript: “A Mexican View of America in the 1860s,” Part 4 (Notes and Index)
14a-19 Manuscript: “Mexican Lobby,” Part 1 (Index – 1861)
14a-20 Manuscript: “Mexican Lobby,” Part 2 (1862 – 1864)
14a-21 Manuscript: “Mexican Lobby,” Part 3 (1865)
14a-22 Manuscript: “Mexican Lobby,” Part 4 (1866 – Bibliography)
14a-23 Copy Edits: “United States in Central America,” Part 1 (Preface – Ch. 5)
14a-24 Copy Edits: “United States in Central America,” Part 2 (Ch. 6 – Index)
14a-25 Copy Edits: “Dollars Over Dominion,” Part 1 (Index – Ch. 3)
14a-26 Copy Edits: “Dollars Over Dominion,” Part 2 (Ch. 4 – 7)
14a-27 Copy Edits: “Dollars Over Dominion,” Part 3 (Ch. 8 – Bibliography Ch. 4)
14a-28 Copy Edits: “Dollars Over Dominion,” Part 4 (Bibliography Ch. 5 – End)
Box 15
15-01 Conference Papers: “National Endowment for the Humanities, Regulations for Fellows, 1972-73”; NEH Summer Seminar, The Central American Crises in Historical Perspective, selectedparticipants, n.d.
15-02 Conference Papers: “Societies in Transition – The changing Role of Government”, Amerika Haus Hamburg/Hamburg University, June 25-26, 1982. Agenda
15-03 Conference Papers: “Davids Against Goliath: Latin American and African Manipulations of U.S. Policy Objectives”, A proposal for a session to be held at the 1997 CLAH/AHA Conference in New York; AHA, Boston, January 4-7, 2001, session report. Schoonover, Thomas D.
15-04 Conference Papers: “Revisiting the Birth of Our Century: The Meaning of 1898”. Tulane University, Diboll Conference Center, October 30-31, 1998.
15-05 Conference Papers: “The War of 1898: The Beginnings of the “American Century”?”, Walter LeFeber, History, McGraw Hall, Cornell University
15-06 Conference Papers: “Ulyssess S. Grant and Matias Romero: Notes on a Mexican Debt to the Rothschilds of Europe”. Dr. Alejandro Caceres, DFLL, May 2003. (RESTRICTED: CONTAINS SS#)
15-07 Conference Papers: “The Central American Crises in Historical Perspective”, Ralph Lee Woodward, Jr., June 15-August 8, 1986. Tulane University. NEH Summer Seminar for College Teachers.
15-08 Conference Papers: “Politics, Foreigners, and Defense in Central America”, commentary by Thomas Schoonover. 44th SECOLAS Conference, San Jose, Costa Rica, February 25-Mar 2, 1997
15-09 Conference Papers: “Davids against Goliath: Latin American and African Manipulation of U.S. Policy Objectives” comments by Thomas Schoonover, USL., n.d.
15-10 Conference Papers: “European Impact Upon American Political Thinking,” lecture of Thomas Schoonover in the series Societies in Transition, Hamburg Amerika Haus, June 25-26, 1982.
15-11 Conference Papers: “Without Country or Religion: John Quincy Adams Opposes Thoughtless History and Nationalism.” Talk for Phi Kappa Phi, March 26, 1998.
15-12 Conference Papers: “The Citizen: Apathetic or Helpless: Education and Public Awareness”, n.d.
15-13 Conference Papers: Roundtable presentation at the Social Science History Association Convention, Columbus, OH, November 3, 1978. Schoonover, Thomas D.
15-14 Conference Papers: Berlin Seminar, 1982: March 25 – April 2. List of Participants. Fulbright List, American Lecturers and Research Scholars visiting Germany during Academic Year 1981/82
15-15 Conference Papers: Comments: Latin America and the United States in the 20th Century, by Thomas Schoonover, November 9, 2000. Brown Room. SHA, Louisville
15-16 Conference Papers: Comments: “Creating Identities in the Americas: Symbolic Narratives of the North and South in Comparative Perspective”, by Thomas Schoonover. January 6, 2001
15-17 Conference Papers: ‘Observations and Experiences of Ralph Lee Woodward, Jr., as Teacher and Scholar: An Ongoing Adventure “, by Thomas Schoonover. Delivered at the Southern Historical Association meeting, November 17, 2001.
15-18 Conference Papers: “Development Theory in the USA” [“Entwicklungstheorien in den USA”}. Kolloquium, U. Erlangen-Nurnberg, by Thomas Schoonover, summer semester, July 8, 1999.
15-19 Conference Papers: “Transnational Economic Integration”, by Thomas Schoonover. Comments for the 42nd SECOLAS Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, march 9-11, 1995.
15-20 Conference Papers: Comments for session, Arms Development and Policy, September 23, 1994, by Thomas Schoonover. The Inter-American Relations Conference, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL, September 22-24, 1994.
15-21 Conference Papers: Comments: “Three Aspects of United States Policy Toward Central America”, Southern Historical Association meeting, New Orelans, November 12, 1987.Thomas Schoonover
15-22 Conference Papers: “Immigration in the 19th and 20th centuries was important in Latin America” Also. Southern Historical Association, New Orleans, November 1995
15-23 Conference Papers: Critique for Session: “Anti-Imperialism Between the Wars”, AHA, 1979
15-24 Conference Papers: “U.S. Diplomats in Central America during the 1920s”, Thomas Schoonover,SHA Convention, November 9, 1978
15-25 Conference Papers: Diplomatic Studies network. Roundtable presentation at the Social Science History Association Convention, Columbus, OH, November 3, 1978. Thomas Schoonover.
15-26 Conference Papers: “Confrontation at the 1934 Central American Conference”. Commentary, at SHA Convention in 1975, by Thomas Schoonover, USL.
15-27 Conference Papers: “A World Systems Approach to U.S. International History: Industrialization, Technology, and Science”, by Thomas Schoonover, USL. Panel proposal for the Pacific Coast Branch of the AHA, 1995 meeting.
15-28 Conference Papers: “Christopher Columbus. Technology, and the Rise of Mao Zedong: The War of 1898 – America’s First Asian War”. September 29, 1999. Thomas Schoonover
15-29 Conference Papers: “U.S. – Haitian Relations, 1791 to the mid-20th Century”, by Thomas Schoonover, USL, for public meeting, September 28, 1994.
15-30 Conference Papers: “European Involvement in Central America, the 19th and 20th” Centuries, by Thomas Schoonover, February 28-March 2, 1991. 38th SECOLAS Conference
15-31 Conference Papers: “An Isthmian Canal and the Overthrow of Nicaraguan President Jose Santos Zelaya: U.S. Policy in Central America, 1893-1910”. Thomas Schoonover. Presented at the Ibero-amerikanischen Institut des Preussischen Kulturbesitz, Berlin, June 21, 1989.
15-32 Conference Papers: “Metropole Rivalry in Central America, 1820s to 1929”. By Thomas Schoonover, presented at the colloquium of the John F. Kennedy Institut, Berlin, June 19, 1989
15-33 Conference Papers: “Postbellum Southern Expansionism: George McWillie Williamson and the Incorporation of Central America into the North American Metropole”. By Thomas Schoonover for the 1989 Louisiana Historical Association, March 17, 1989, Baton Rouge, LA
15-34 Conference Papers: “The World Economic Crisis, Racism, and U.S. Relations with Central America, 1893-1910”. By Thomas Schoonover for the Southern Conference on Afro-American Studies, February 24, 1989, Baton Rouge, LA
15-35 Conference Papers: “The United States in Central America from Monroe to Reagan” by Thomas Schoonover. Lecture at the Ibero-Amerikanische Institut, Free University of Berlin and Horst Pietschmann’s colloquium, Hamburg University, June 1988
15-36 Conference Papers: “The United States in Central America, 1820s-1930: An overview”, by Thomas Schoonover. For the 46th International Congress of Americanist, Amsterdam, July 6, 1988; Also for Southern Historical Convention, New Orleans, 1987
15-37 Conference Papers: “France in Central America, 1820s to 1929: An overview”, by Thomas Schoonover. SECOLAS Conference, Meerida, Mexico, April 2-5, 1987
15-38 Conference Papers: “Imperialism in Middle America: United States, Britain, Germany, and France compete for Transit Rights and Trade, 1820s-1920s”, by Thomas Schoonover. University of Bielefeld, for the European Association of American Studies Conference, Paris, March 31 – April 2, 1982.
15-39 Conference Papers: “German Interests in Central America in the 19th Century”, by Thomas Schoonover. Prepared for the XXVIII Annual Meeting of SECOLAS, Tuscaloosa, AL, April 16-18, 1981
15-40 Conference Papers: “The United States and European Interests in Mexican-Guatemalan Relations from the 1850s to 1930”. By Thomas Schoonover. Instituto Jose maria Luis Mora, Mexico City, November 22, 1995.
15-41 Conference Papers: “The 1490s and the 1890s: From Columbus to the Spanish-Cuban-American War”. By Thomas Schoonover. Conference, Universitat Erlangen-Hurnberg, June 26-28, 1997.
15-42 Conference Papers: “America’s First Asian War: The War of 1898”. By Thomas Schoonover. PCB/AHA meeting, Maui, Hawaii, August 1999.
15-43 Conference Papers: “1898: the Significance of the Year on Interamerican Relations”. Opening remarks of Thomas Schoonover, Great Powers in the Caribbean, Oceania, and East Asia. 3rd Conference on Inter-American Relations, February 11-12, 1999. Roundtable members: Mark Gilderhus, Jurgen Buchenau, and Charles Stansifer.
15-44 Conference Papers: “The War of 1898: The United States fulfills Columbus’s Dream”. ByThomas Schoonover, UNO/Tulane University Conference on 1898, New Orleans, October 30-31, 1998.
15-45 Conference Papers: “1898 in Asia: Competitive Imperialism and Nationalism”. By Thomas Schoonover, PCB/AHA Conference, San Diego, CA, August 6-9, 1998.
15-46 Conference Papers: “1898: The Great Powers, the Caribbean, and Asian Nationalism”. Opening remarks by Thomas Schoonover. SHAFR Conference, Washington, DC, June 20, 1998. Panel discussion.
15-47 Conference Papers: “Europe, the Spanish-American War, and Great Power Activity in the Caribbean and Pacific Region 1898 Conference”. By Thomas Schoonover. Le Pavillon Hotel, New Orleans, February 134, 1998.
15-48 Conference Papers: “Confederate Relations with two Mexicos, 1861-1865”. By Thomas Schoonover. Paper presented at the Southern Historical Association Convention, Atlanta, November 1976.
15-49 Conference Papers: “Central American Commerce and Maritime Activity in the 19th century: Sources and Preliminary Findings”. By Thomas Schoonover. Read at University Erlangen-Numberg, June 1977.
15-50 Conference Papers: “Mexican Cotton and the American Civil War”. Thomas Schoonover. Final draft to be read at Missouri Valley Historical Convention, March 10, 1972
15-51 Conference Papers: “Louisiana Blacks and U.S. Relations with Central America, 1893-1910”. By Thomas Schoonover. Louisiana Historical Association Meeting, march 13, 1992, Lafayette, LA.
15-52 Conference Papers: “How Has the State Department Behaved?” A View from the Computer. By Thomas Schoonover. OAH Convention, April 1976, St. Louis, Missouri.
15-53 Public Meeting: “U.S. – Haitian Relations, 1791 to the mid-Century”. By Thomas Schoonover, September 28, 1994.
15-54 History class: “What is and of what use is World Systems Theory with regard to U.S. and Latin American histories?” By Thomas Schoonover. For R. Lee Woodward’s Economic History class, October 3, 2000.
15-55 History Class: “The Civil War: modern or Myth”? By Thomas Schoonover. History 188, Fall 1959.
15-56 Other: MARHO: Radical Historians’ Organization: contains correspondence, reports, etc., 1970s-1980s
15-57 Other: MARHO: Radical Historians’ Newsletters: 1970-1975
15-58 Other: MARHO: Radical Historians’ Newsletters: 1976-1984
15-59 Other: MARHO: Radical Historians’ Newsletters: 1985-1991
15-60 Other: MARHO: Radical Historians’ Newsletters: 1991-2000
15-61 Other: Fulbright-Kommission. 28th Berlin Seminar for Fulbright Scholars, march 25-April 2, 1982. Instructions
Miscellaneous: Personal, Official Documents-Various; Academic
15-62 Personal: Itinerary,Thomas Schoonover, n.d.
15-63 Personal: photographs – (sketches), unidentified, n.d.
15-64 Personal: Ph.D.’s – Minnesota in History as of December 31, 1970
15-65 Personal: Paco Schoonover – biographical information
15-66 Personal: Ebba Schoonover – biographical information
15-67 Personal: Thomas Schoonover – Royalty – Account Statements (U.S. in Central America)
15-68 Official Documents – Various: Crucible of Empire: The United States and the Spanish-American War – February 14, 1998. Itinerary
15-69 Official Documents – Various: contact information, Thomas Schoonover, Duke University Press, marketing Questionnaire.
15-70 Official Documents – Various: Fellowship information, Thomas Schoonover
15-71 Official Documents – Various: Manuscripts, “Share Your News” form
15-72 Official Documents – Various: Fulbright (Germany) Grant Authorization, etc.
15-73 Official Documents – Various: Applications for Grants (miscellaneous)
15-74 Academic: The Perkeo President Elkins Drop the Bomb Award: Recipient: Schoonover
15-75 Academic: War in China, photographs, n.d.
15-76 Academic: Bibliography of books, etc., n.d.
15-77 Academic: University of North Carolina, Department of History: photographs, n.d.
15-78 Academic: Paris, articles, n.d.
15-79 Academic: Schoonover – news article, introduction
15-80 Academic: Historical Societies, various
Box 16
Miscellaneous: Microfilm
35mm. F 454. 38 feet, unidentified
35mm. unidentified
16mm. Roll 1: Archivo Nac Hond.
16mm. Roll 1: redo
16mm. Roll 1: Documents, 1840-1894, Libro Copiador, 1850-52; Tratados, 18590-59
16mm. Roll 2: Legajo, #121; Leg de Hond e E.U.A. 1885
16mm. Roll 2/3: Series to RR Honduras Francia. Cont’d - $2 to Roll #3
16mm. Roll 3: arch Nac Hond Libro Copiuder 3.
16mm. Roll 3/4: From the Archivo Nacional de Honduras. Aug/Sept. 1972. Tegucigala, D.C. Roll #3/4 con’t.
16mm. Roll 5: unidentified
16mm. Roll 6: Decaoade, 1880-1889. Document taken from the Bulton del Mimdera de Gobernacion y Relacione…, August/September 1972
16mm. Roll 7: From the Archivo National de Honduras, August/September 1972. Tegucigalpa, D.C.
16mm. Roll 9: From the Archivo Nacional de Honduras, August/September 1972. Tequicigalpa, D.C.
5. Binders
Volume 1: Academic: German history; German economic history; German diplomatic history; German relations with the U.S.; German relations with Latin America. Typed notes, n.d.
Volume 2: Academic: Central American history; Central American relations with USA; Central American relations with Europe. Typed notes, n.d.
Volume 3: Academic: American Economic History. Typed notes, n.d.
Volume 4: Academic: Lecture notes: History 322; History 462; History 314; Typed, 1990
Volume 5: Academic: Lecture notes: History 362: US Foreign Relations. Typed, Spr. 2004
Volume 6: Academic: Lecture notes: Materials in Guatemalan Foreign Relations; French in Central America. Typed, 10/1993.
Volume 7: Academic: Lecture notes: History 371, 471, 385, 371. Typed, spring 1993, spring 1997
Volume 8: Academic: Lecture notes: History 102, 371, 471. U.S. Radicalism. Typed, fall 1987
Volume 9: Academic: Lecture notes: History 314, 322. US Relations since 1912; U.S. Central America. Typed, July 1990.
Volume 10: Academic: Lecture notes: History 222, US 1877 to present. Typed, 2003
Volume 11: Academic: Bibliography: Central America. Typed, 11/1993
Volume 12: Academic: notes: Central America. Typed, n.d.
Volume 13: Academic: Lecture notes: Latin America—United States Relations. Typed, n.d.
Volume 14: Academic: Lecture notes: History 352 (Cornell history 296), Modern Latin America. Typed, fall 1983
Volume 15: Academic: research notes, Central America – US Relations, Typed, 1988
Volume 16: Academic: Lecture notes, Diplomatic History articles. International History review. Typed, n.d.
Volume 17: Academic: Bibliographies and notes: 1982-1988; Central American for citations. Typed, 9/1991
Volume 18: Academic: Notes, US Foreign Relations, 19th Century and 20th Century. Typed, n.d.
Volume 19: “The Bond of Ideology: Liberalism and Mexican–United States Relations, 1861 – 1867.” Typed, n.d.
Volume 20: “Dollars Over Dominion: The Triumph of Liberalism in Mexican–United States Relations, 1861 – 1867.” Typed, n.d.
Box 16
Miscellaneous: Microfilm
35mm. F 454. 38 feet, unidentified
35mm. Unidentified
16mm. Roll 1: Archivo Nac Hond
16mm. Roll 1: Archivo Nac Hond
16mm. Roll 1: Redo
16mm. Roll 1: Documents, 1840-1894, Libro Copiador, 1850-52; Tratados, 18590-59
16mm. Roll 2: Legajo, #121; Leg de Hond e E.U.A. 1885
16mm. Roll 2/3: Series to RR Honduras Francia. Cont’d - $2 to Roll #3
16mm. Roll 3: Arch Nac Hond Libro Copiuder 3
16mm. Roll 3/4: From the Archivo Nacional de Honduras. Aug/Sept. 1972. Tegucigala, D.C. Roll #3/4 con’t.
16mm. Roll 5: Unidentified
16mm. Roll 6: Decaoade, 1880-1889. Document taken from the Bulton del Mimdera de Gobernacion y Relacione…, August/September 1972
16mm. Roll 7: From the Archivo National de Honduras, August/September 1972. Tegucigalpa, D.C.
16mm. Roll 9: From the Archivo Nacional de Honduras, August/September 1972. Tequicigalpa, D.C.
Box 17
Miscellaneous: Microfilm
35mm. Archives General de Central America, Guatemala, Reel 1
35mm. Archives General de Central America, Guatemala, Reel 2
35mm. Archives General de Central America, Guatemala, Reel 3
35mm. Archives General de Central America, Guatemala, Reel 4
16mm. Archive Nacional, Honduras, Reel 1
16mm. Archive Nacional, Honduras, Reel 2
16mm. Archive Nacional, Honduras, Reel 3
Box 18
Miscellaneous: Microfilm
35mm. Archives Nacionales, Costa Rica, Reel 1
35mm. Archives Nacionales, Costa Rica, Reel 2
16mm. Archives Nacionales, Costa Rica, Reel 3
16mm. Archives Nacionales, Costa Rica, Reel 4
16mm. Archives Nacionales, Costa Rica, Reel 5
16mm. Archives Nacionales, Costa Rica, Reel 6
16mm. Archives Nacionales, Costa Rica, Reel 7
16mm. Archives Nacionales, Costa Rica, Reel 8
16mm. Archives Nacionales, Costa Rica, Reel 9
Box 19
Newspapers: 1970 - 1974
Granma (Havana, Cuba), 13 September 1970 – 29 December 1974
Box 20
Newspapers: 1975
Granma (Havana, Cuba), 5 January – 28 December 1975. English, French and Spanish
Box 21
Newspapers: 1976
Granma (Havana, Cuba), 4 January – 22 August 1976