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David Thomas, professor of history, speaks on "Bridges and Fords: Lewis on History" at the Town and Gown lecture series at the Carl Grant Events Center.  - Photo by Jacob Moore
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David Thomas, professor of history, speaks on "Bridges and Fords: Lewis on History" at the Town and Gown lecture series at the Carl Grant Events Center. - Jacob Moore
David Thomas, professor of history, chats with some students between classes.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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David Thomas, professor of history, chats with some students between classes. - Kristi McMurry Woody
The project manager for the restoration of the 1800s home at Casey Jones Village and Dr. David Thomas give directions to history students volunteering for Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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The project manager for the restoration of the 1800s home at Casey Jones Village and Dr. David Thomas give directions to history students volunteering for Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry Woody
David Thomas, professor of history, works with students to clean up the Neil House, the 1800s home that is being restored at Casey Jones Village. History faculty and students  volunteered as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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David Thomas, professor of history, works with students to clean up the Neil House, the 1800s home that is being restored at Casey Jones Village. History faculty and students volunteered as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry Woody
David Thomas, professor of history, Megan Winters, junior history major, and Travis Lutz, senior history major, move debris downstairs in the Neil House, the 1800s home that is being restored at Casey Jones Village. Students and faculty helped with the project as part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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David Thomas, professor of history, Megan Winters, junior history major, and Travis Lutz, senior history major, move debris downstairs in the Neil House, the 1800s home that is being restored at Casey Jones Village. Students and faculty helped with the project as part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry Woody
David Thomas, professor of history, works with students to move lumber at the Neil House, a historic home being restored at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as a part of Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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David Thomas, professor of history, works with students to move lumber at the Neil House, a historic home being restored at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as a part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry Woody
David Thomas, professor of history, works with students to move lumber at the Neil House, a historic home being restored at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as a part of Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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David Thomas, professor of history, works with students to move lumber at the Neil House, a historic home being restored at Casey Jones Village. The history department helped with the restoration as a part of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Megan Winters, sophomore history major, cuts a piece of wood as David Thomas, professor of history, holds the board down. The wood is used as part of a building project completed by the history department for Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Megan Winters, sophomore history major, cuts a piece of wood as David Thomas, professor of history, holds the board down. The wood is used as part of a building project completed by the history department for Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry Woody
David Thomas, professor of history, helps history students build a replica outhouse at Green Frog Village. This project was part of Union's Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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David Thomas, professor of history, helps history students build a replica outhouse at Green Frog Village. This project was part of Union's Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry Woody
David Thomas, professor of history, and Glenae Nora, freshman history major, cut a board to be used for a building project at Green Frog Village. The history department did several projects for Green Frog on Campus and Community Day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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David Thomas, professor of history, and Glenae Nora, freshman history major, cut a board to be used for a building project at Green Frog Village. The history department did several projects for Green Frog on Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Hyran Barefoot, former president of Union, talks to David Thomas, professor of history, about Green Frog Village, the location of the history department's project of Campus and Community Day. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Hyran Barefoot, former president of Union, talks to David Thomas, professor of history, about Green Frog Village, the location of the history department's project of Campus and Community Day. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Stephen Carls and David Thomas of the history department help demonstrate how the pieces for a new bog bridge at Pinson Mounds would be transported.  The bridge was built as a part of the Day of Remembrance service projects.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Stephen Carls and David Thomas of the history department help demonstrate how the pieces for a new bog bridge at Pinson Mounds would be transported. The bridge was built as a part of the Day of Remembrance service projects. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Joshua Abbotoy, senior English major, and History professor David Thomas transport a long cedar plank to be placed as part of a bog bridge at Pinson Mounds.  The history department headed up this project for the Day of Remembrance. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Joshua Abbotoy, senior English major, and History professor David Thomas transport a long cedar plank to be placed as part of a bog bridge at Pinson Mounds. The history department headed up this project for the Day of Remembrance. - Kristi McMurry Woody
History professor David Thomas and Trista Rowland, senior history major, hammer in a piece of rebar into a bog bridge.  This bridge was built as part of a Day or Remembrance project.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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History professor David Thomas and Trista Rowland, senior history major, hammer in a piece of rebar into a bog bridge. This bridge was built as part of a Day or Remembrance project. - Kristi McMurry Woody
History professor David Thomas and Mary Alisa Techentin, junior history major, place brackets in the bog bridge to make it more sturdy during Day of Remembrance. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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History professor David Thomas and Mary Alisa Techentin, junior history major, place brackets in the bog bridge to make it more sturdy during Day of Remembrance. - Kristi McMurry Woody
David Thomas, professor of history, serves at Fort Pillow State Historic Park on Day of Remembrance. - Photo by Matthew Diggs
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David Thomas, professor of history, serves at Fort Pillow State Historic Park on Day of Remembrance. - Matthew Diggs
David Thomas, professor of history, hosts students during Be Our Guest. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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David Thomas, professor of history, hosts students during Be Our Guest. - Morris Abernathy
Jamie Evans, the cultural resource manager of the Ames Plantation, demonstrates how to read a grave stone using flour, as David Thomas, professor of history; Josh Abbotoy, English major; and Rachel Campbell, history major; observe during a Day of Remembrance project.  - Photo by Matthew Diggs
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Jamie Evans, the cultural resource manager of the Ames Plantation, demonstrates how to read a grave stone using flour, as David Thomas, professor of history; Josh Abbotoy, English major; and Rachel Campbell, history major; observe during a Day of Remembrance project. - Matthew Diggs
Dr. David Thomas and Jennifer May read a marker that explains a part of the Civil War battle at Fort Donelson after their Day of Remembrance service project. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Dr. David Thomas and Jennifer May read a marker that explains a part of the Civil War battle at Fort Donelson after their Day of Remembrance service project. - Jim Veneman
Jennifer May, Dr. David Thomas, and Sharon Hart look at a Civil War Confederate cannon on the Cumberland River at Fort Donelson National Battlefield after their Day of Remembrance service project. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Jennifer May, Dr. David Thomas, and Sharon Hart look at a Civil War Confederate cannon on the Cumberland River at Fort Donelson National Battlefield after their Day of Remembrance service project. - Jim Veneman
Senior Sharon Hart uses a spotting device to observe a bald eagle's nest at Fort Donelson after a Day of Remembrance service project.  Behind her are: (left to right) Dr. David Thomas, Heather Tobe (seated) and Dr. Judy LeForge. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Senior Sharon Hart uses a spotting device to observe a bald eagle's nest at Fort Donelson after a Day of Remembrance service project. Behind her are: (left to right) Dr. David Thomas, Heather Tobe (seated) and Dr. Judy LeForge. - Jim Veneman

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