Contact & Locations

Moscow

College of
Letters, Arts & Social Sciences

Physical Address:
Admin. Bldg. 112
phone: (208) 885-6426
fax: (208) 885-8964
class@uidaho.edu

Mailing Address:
College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences 
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3154
Moscow, ID 83844-3154


Coeur d'Alene

University of Idaho C'DA‎
1031 N Academic Way
Coeur d'Alene, ID
83814-5497 
(208) 667-2588


College of
Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
University of Idaho
Admin. Bldg. 112
P.O. Box 443154
Moscow, ID 83844-3154
phone: (208) 885-6426
fax: (208) 885-8964

class@uidaho.edu

Permissions

The following excerpts and images used with permission: 

Images Montgomery Advertiser, and Alabama Journal, April 7, 1960; April 8, 1960; April 17, 1969. Permission of Montgomery Advertiser.

Images Montgomery, Ala. Sit-ins, police actions, used by permission of the Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama.


Anthony Lewis, Make No Law: The Sullivan Case and the First Amendment, Random House, 1991. Permission of the author, quoting Eric Embry and Herbert Wechsler from pp. 32, 36, and 115.

John Prados and Margaret Pratt Porter, eds. Inside the Pentagon Papers, University of Kansas Press, 2004. Used with permission of the publisher, quoting Daniel Ellsberg, Hedrick Smith, Harrison Salisbury, (44, 51, 52, 64, 65). Transcripts of telephone calls between Nixon and Haig (90-91), Haldemann (101-104, 107), Kissinger (96-99), Mitchell (106).

Image, “Minute Book Page/Monday, August the 4th 1735/ The King vs. John Peter Zenger.” Reproduced with the permission of the Historical Society of the Courts of the State of New York and its website: www.nycourts.gov/history. Any other use of this material is strictly prohibited.

The Avalon Project, Lillian Goldman Library at Yale Law School, excerpts from: The Federalist Papers, James Madison Papers, Jefferson Papers, Journals of the Continental Congress, The Kentucky Resolution, Madison’s Notes on the Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787, Sedition Act.

Images, New York Times, June 13, 1971 and July 1, 1971; (Heed Rising Voices) March 29, 1960.  

No known restrictions on images used from the Library of Congress collections of 18th and 19th century prints. Images from the LOC World War I Poster Collection are considered to be in the public domain