Academic Work

Master’s Thesis

Kaitlyn Weldon. Missions Unaccomplished: Female Missionaries, Native American Rights, and Media in the Nineteenth-Century American West. Master’s Thesis, 2020. 

Conference Presentations

“‘Blue Star’ of the Show: Corabelle Fellows, Dime Museums, and Media in the Nineteenth Century.” Western History Association Conference. Portland, Oregon. (October 2021). *Virtual Presentation at the Pre-Con.

“Cattle Queens: Female Ranchers in the American West, 1870-1920.” Rural Women’s Studies Association Conference. University of Guelph. Ontario, Canada (May 2021). *Virtual

“Twisted Legacies: How Media Affects Historical Memory.” Mountain-Plains Museum Association Conference. Research Paper Competition. (September 2020). *Virtual

  • Participant’s Choice Winner

“Activist, Victim, or Savior?: The Many Faces of Caroline Weldon.” Northern Great Plains History Conference. Wisconsin Consortium. Eau Claire, Wisconsin (September 2020). *Virtual

“Missions Unaccomplished: Female Missionaries, Native American Rights, and Media in the Nineteenth-Century American West.” Family and Graduate Student Housing (FGSH) Research Symposium. Stillwater, Oklahoma (July 2020). *Virtual

  • Most Interesting Topic Award

“Home, Home on the Plains: Homesteading Women in Dakota Territory.” Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference. University of Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma (February 2020). 

  • 3rd Place in Graduate Student American History

“Unconventional Pioneers: Women in Late Nineteenth Century Dakota Territory.” Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference. Cameron University. Lawton, Oklahoma (March 2019).

  • 2nd Place in Graduate Student American History

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