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Recent Articles Autumn 2004

Agriculture, Ranching, and Rural Life

Buck, Holly, “‘Amusements and Recreations . . . Makes Our Working Hours Profitable’: Utah 4-H, 1940--1960,” Utah Historical Quarterly 72 (Winter 2004): 69--84.

Carlson, Paul H., “The Campbell Ranch and the Changing Face of Cattle-Raising in the Texas Panhandle, 1880--1980,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review 75 (2002): 27--34.

Cunfer, Geoff, “Manure Matters on the Great Plains Frontier,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 34, no. 4 (2004): 539--67.

Fairchild, Louis, “A Hand’s Best Friend: Bad Things Could Happen,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review 75 (2002): 35--47.

Price, B. Byron, “Surviving Drought and Depression: The JA Ranch in the 1930s,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review 75 (2002): 1--12.

Snyder, James B., “Putting ‘Hoofed Locusts’ Out to Pasture,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 46 (Fall 2003): 139--71.

Biography

Barker, Scott Grant, “Samuel Moore Gaines: A Pioneering Art Collector in Early Fort Worth,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 107 (January 2004): 435--56.

Belko, William S., “A Founding Missourian: Duff Green and Missori’s Formative Years, 1816--1825, Part 1,” Missouri Historical Review 98 (January 2004): 93--114.

California History 82, no. 1 (2004). Special Issue, “R. P. Effinger’s Excellent Adventure: The Unknown Letters of a Young Ohio Lawyer, 1849--1850.”

Downing Smith, Kathryn L., “Remembering Patrick Gass,” We Proceeded On 30 (February 2004): 21--5.

Glickstein, Don, “Victor Voorhees: Architect in a Prosperous Seattle,” Columbia 17 (Winter 2003--04): 37--42.

Business and Economics

Dalrymple, Scott, “Central Plains Entrepreneurs: The Rise and Fall of Goldsmith’s Inc., 1878--2003,” Kansas History 26 (Winter 2003--2004): 238--51.

Journal of the West 43 (Winter 2004). Special issue, “Mining in the West.”

Community and Urban

Anderson, Ruth M., “Mission in a Monument,” Columbia 17 (Winter 2003--04): 5--10.

Bokovoy, Matthew, “Peers of Their White Conquerors: The San Diego Expositions and Modern Spanish Heritage in the Southwest, 1880--1940,” New Mexico Historical Review 78 (Fall 2003): 387--418.

Jiménez, Christina M., “Popular Organizing for Public Services: Residents Modernize Morelia, Mexico, 1880--1920,” Journal of Urban History 30 (May 2004): 495--518.

Kray, Ryan M., “The Path to Paradise: Expropriation, Exodus, and Exclusion in the Making of Palm Springs,” Pacific Historical Review 73 (February 2004): 85--126.

Sloan, David, “The Louisiana Purchase, Expansion, and the Limits of Community: The Example of Arkansas,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 62 (Winter 2003): 404--22.

Wu, JunJie, Richard M. Adams, and Andrew J. Plantinga, “Amenities in an Urban Equilibrium Model: Residential Development in Portland, Oregon,” Land Economics 80, no. 1 (2004): 19--32.

Environment

Arjo, Wendy M., and Daniel H. Pletscher, “Coyote and Wolf Habitat Use in Northwestern Montana,” Northwest Science 78 (Winter 2004): 24--32.

Eliot, John L., photographs, Annie Griffiths Belt, “Badlands: Reefs in a Prairie Sea,” National Geographic 205 (April 2004): 78--97.

Huntley-Smith, Jen A., “Nature and Progress in Yosemite,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 46 (Fall 2003): 173--92.

Lawrence, Amy, James L. Ehernberger, and Lucille Dumbrill, “Blizzard of 1949,” Annals of Wyoming 76 (Winter 2004): 31--7.

McGuire, Thomas R., “The River, the Delta, and the Sea,” Journal of the Southwest 45 (Autumn 2003): 371--410.

Mitchell, Francis, “Slaughter River Pishkun,” We Proceeded On 30 (February 2004): 26--34.

Rowley, William D., “The Clementses Encounter Yosemite,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 46 (Fall 2003): 193--204.

Sweeney, Kevin Z., “‘And the Skies Are Not Cloudy All Day’: Drought and the Cherokee Outlet Land Run,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 81 (Winter 2003--04): 436--57.

Ethnicity and Race

Arredondo, Gabriela F., “Navigating Ethno-Racial Currents: Mexicans in Chicago, 1919--1939,” Journal of Urban History 30 (March 2004): 399--427.

Cummings, Laura L., “Cloth-Wrapped People, Trouble, and Power: Pachuco Culture in the Greater Southwest,” Journal of the Southwest 45 (Autumn 2003): 329--48.

Hammond, John Craig, “‘They Are Very Much Interested in Obtaining an Unlimited Slavery’: Rethinking the Expansion of Slavery in the Purchase Territories, 1803--1805,” Journal of the Early Republic 23 (Fall 2003): 353--80.

Kremer, Gary R., “‘Just Like the Garden of Eden’: African-American Community Life in Kansas City’s Leeds,” Missouri Historical Review 98 (January 2004): 121--44.

Maillard, Kevin Noble, “Parental Ratification: Legal Manifestations of Cultural Authenticity in Cross-Racial Adoption,” American Indian Law Review 28, no. 1 (2003--2004): 107--40.

Pratt, Geraldine, in collaboration with the Ugnayan Ng Kabataang Pilipino Sa Canada/Filipino-Canadian Youth Alliance, “Between Homes: Displacement and Belonging for Second-Generation Filipino-Canadian Youths,” BC Studies no. 140 (2003/04): 41--68.

Rabe, Elizabeth R., “Slave Children of Texas: A Qualitative and Quanitative Analysis,” East Texas Historical Journal 42 (Spring 2004): 10--24.

South Dakota History 33 (Winter 2003). Special Issue, “Ethnic Oasis: The Chinese in the Black Hills.”

Sturdevant, Paul E., “Black and White with Shades of Gray: The Greenville Sign,” East Texas Historical Journal 42 (Spring 2004): 25--33.

Varzally, Allison, “Romantic Crossings: Making Love, Family, and Non-Whiteness in California, 1925--1950,” Journal of American Ethnic History 23 (Fall 2003): 3--54.

Gender and Sexuality

Baumler, Ellen, “‘The Making of A Good Woman’: Montana and the National Florence Crittenton Mission,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 53 (Winter 2003): 50--63.

Culhane, Dara, “Domesticated Time and Restricted Space: University and Community Women in Downtown Eastside Vancouver,” BC Studies no. 140 (2003/04): 91--106.

Danbom, David B., “‘He was a Man, Worthy of Respect’: Gender, Matrimony, and Moral Entitlement in Fargo, North Dakota, during the Great Depression,” North Dakota History 70, no. 2 (2003): 2--21.

Grabitske, David M., “First Lady of Preservation,” Minnesota History 58 (Winter 2003--04): 407--16.

Gruber, Laura Katherine, “‘The Naturalistic Impulse’: Limitations of Gender and Landscape in Mary Hallock Foote’s Idaho Stories,” Western American Literature 38 (Winter 2004): 353--73.

Kassel, Michael, “The United Airlines Stewardess School in Cheyenne, Wyoming,” Annals of Wyoming 75 (Autumn 2003): 11--8.

King, C. Richard, “De/Scribing Squ*w: Indigenous Women and Imperial Idioms in the United States,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 27, no. 2 (2003): 1--16.

Penry, Tara, “Manly Domesticity on the Gold Rush Frontier: Recovering California’s Honest Miner,” Western American Literature 38 (Winter 2004): 330--51.

Tsutsui, William M., and Marjorie Swann, “‘Light the Beauty around You’: The Art Collection of the Kansas Federation of Women’s Clubs,” Kansas History 26 (Winter 2003--2004): 252--63.

Van Ingen, Linda, “The Limits of State Suffrage for California Women Candidates in the Progressive Era,” Pacific Historical Review 73 (February 2004): 21--48.

Young, Nancy, “The Reins in Their Hands: Ranchwomen and the Horse in Southern Alberta 1880--1914,” Alberta History 52 (Winter 2004): 2--8.

Historiography and Bibliography

Fixico, Donald L., “American Indians in Kansas,” Kansas History 26 (Winter 2003--2004): 272--87.

Hoeflich, Michael H., “Why the History of Kansas Law Has Not Been Written,” Kansas History 26 (Winter 2003--2004): 264--71.

Jones, Sondra, “Saints or Sinners? The Evolving Perceptions of Mormon-Indian Relations in Utah Historiography,” Utah Historical Quarterly 72 (Winter 2004): 19--46.

“Manitoba Bibliography/02,” Manitoba History (Autumn/Winter 2003--2004): 15--7.

Razer, Bob, comp., “Arkansas History, 2002: A Selected Bibliography,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 62 (Winter 2003): 446--52.

Immigration, Migration, and Settlement

Honig, Sasha, “Yokuts, Spaniards, and Californios in the Southern San Joaquín Valley, 1772--1824,” Boletín 20, no. 1 (2003): 50--62.

Kidder, Clark, “West by Orphan Train,” Wisconsin Magazine of History 87 (Winter 2003--2004): 31--8.

King, Guy Q., “Crossing the Forty-Mile Desert,” Overland Journal 21 (Winter 2003/2004): 122--37.

Larsen, Soren, “Collaboration Geographies: Native-White Partnerships during the Re-settlement of Ootsa Lake, British Columbia, 1900--52,” BC Studies no. 138/139 (2003): 87--114.

Martin, Rebecca, “Willing to Die for Freedom,” Kansas Heritage 12 (Spring 2004): 5--13.

Paher, Stanley W., “From Emigrant Trading Posts to Nevada Towns: Genoa and Dayton But Which Was First,” Overland Journal 21 (Winter 2003/2004): 138--53.

International Borderlands

Hannan, Kelly, “The Non-Partisan League in Alberta and North Dakota: A Comparison,” Alberta History 52 (Winter 2004): 13--23.

Wong, Rita, “Troubling Domestic Limits: Reading Border Fictions alongside Larissa Lai’s Salt Fish Girl,” BC Studies no. 140 (2003/04): 109--24.

Labor and Working-class

Pentland, Brenda, “Letters from World’s End: A Young Couple’s Portrait of Butte, 1936--1941,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 53 (Winter 2003): 36--49.

Ruiz, Vicki L., “Una Mujer sin Fronteras: Luisa Moreno and Latina Labor Activism,” Pacific Historical Review 73 (February 2004): 1--20.

Literature, Film, and the Arts

Alonzo, Juan, “From Derison to Desire: The ‘Greaser’ in Stephen Crane’s Mexican Stories and D. W. Griffith’s Early Westerns,” Western American Literature 38 (Winter 2004): 374--401.

Barr, Alan P., “The Borders of Time, Place, and People in John Sayles’s Lone Star,” Journal of American Studies 37, no. 3 (2003): 365--74.

Collins, Cary C., “Art Crafted in the Red Man’s Image: Hazel Pete, the Indian New Deal, and the Indian Arts and Crafts Program at Santa Fe Indian School, 1932--1935,” New Mexico Historical Review 78 (Fall 2003): 439--70.

Jones, Jan L., “Renegades and Philistines: The First Thirty-Five Years of Fort Worth’s Theatrical History,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 107 (January 2004): 415--33.

Kennedy, Joy, “Artistry of Hunger: Desire and Appetite in Desert Solitaire,” Western American Literature 38 (Winter 2004): 402--16.

Kenyon, Carol, “Conservation of Mission Art,” Boletín 20, no. 1 (2003): 37--49.

Lopez, Delano José, “The Heart of Lightness: Hollywood’s Wild West Show Revisited,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 27, no. 2 (2003): 17--39.

Saum, Lewis O., “Miss Kitty Takes to the Road: The Barretts of Wimpole Street in Seattle,” Columbia 17 (Winter 2003--04): 24--9.

Schweninger, Lee, “Claiming Europe: Native American Literary Responses to the Old World,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 27, no. 2 (2003): 61--76.

Zeman, Scott C., “High Roads and Highways to Romance: New Mexico Highway Journal and Arizona Highways (Re)present the Southwest,” New Mexico Historical Review 78 (Fall 2003): 419--38.

Method and Theory

American Review of Canadian Studies 33 (Winter 2003). Special issue, “One Myth, Two Wests.”

Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Chip, “The Camp Grant Massacre in the Historical Imagination,” Journal of the Southwest 45 (Autumn 2003): 349--69.

McDonnell, Janet A., “Documenting Cultural and Historical Memory: Oral History in the National Park Service,” Oral History Review 30 (Summer/ Fall 2003): 99--109.

Military and Exploration

Berry, Trey, “The Expedition of William Dunbar and George Hunter along the Ouachita River, 1804--1805,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 62 (Winter 2003): 386--403.

Camp, Gregory S., “Anticipating the Unknown: Logistics and Ideology in the Exploration of Louisiana,” North Dakota History 70, no. 2 (2003): 22--30.

Gates, James, “The Lynching of Charles Mitchell,” Journal of America’s Military Past 29 (Fall 2003): 77--90.

Gateway Heritage 24 (Fall 2003--Winter 2004). Special Issue,“Lewis & Clark: New Perspectives.”

Hedren, Paul L., ed., “‘The Worst Campaign I Ever Experienced’: Sergeant John Zimmerman’s Memoir of the Great Sioux War,” Annals of Wyoming 76 (Winter 2004): 2--14.

Selcer, Richard, “The Widow vs. the Bureaucrats: The Strange Case of Mrs. Captain Ripley Arnold,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 107 (January 2004): 361--87.

Woytek, Jim, “Home Again: Vietnam and Life after the War for Gunnison Veterans,” Journal of the Western Slope 16 (Fall 2001): 57--76.

Native Americans

Denson, Andrew, “‘Unite With Us to Rescue the Kiowas’: The Five Civilized Tribes and Warfare on the Southern Plains,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 81 (Winter 2003--04): 458--79.

Farr, William E., “Going to Buffalo: Indian Hunting Migrations across the Rocky Mountains. Part 1: Making Meat and Taking Robes,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 53 (Winter 2003): 2--21.

Galloway, Patricia, “Four Ages of Alibamon Mingo, fl. 1700--1766,” Journal of Mississippi History 65 (Winter 2003): 321--42.

Goodfellow, Anne, “The Development of ‘New’ Languages in Native American Communities,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 27, no. 2 (2003): 41--59.

Haas, Lisbeth, “Emancipation and the Meaning of Freedom in Mexican California,” Boletín 20, no. 1 (2003): 11--22.

Lemont, Eric, “Overcoming the Politics of Reform: The Story of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma Constitutional Convention,” American Indian Law Review 28, no. 1 (2003--2004): 1--34.

Loew, Patty, “Tinker to Evers to Chief: Baseball from Indian Country,” Wisconsin Magazine of History 87 (Spring 2004): 2--13.

Martindale, Andrew R.C., and Susan Marsden, “Defining the Middle Period (3500 BP to 1500 BP) in Tsimshian History through a Comparison of Archaeological and Oral Records,” BC Studies no. 138/139 (2003): 13--50.

Merish, Lori, “Print, Cultural Memory, and John Rollin Ridge’s The Life and Adventures of Joaquín Murieta, the Celebrated California Bandit,” Arizona Quarterly 59 (Winter 2003): 31--70.

Raibmon, Paige, “Living on Display: Colonial Visions of Aboriginal Domestic Spaces,” BC Studies no. 140 (2003/04): 69--89.

Roe, Steve, and Students of Northern Lights College, “‘If the Story Could Be Heard’: Colonial Discourse and the Surrender of Indian Reserve 172,” BC Studies no. 138/139 (2003): 115--36.

Sabo, George, III, “Dancing into the Past: Colonial Legacies in Modern Caddo Indian Ceremony,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 62 (Winter 2003): 423--45.

St. Jean, Wendy, “Squirrel King and the Eastern Chickasaw Band,” Journal of Mississippi History 65 (Winter 2003): 343--54.

Van Hoak, Stephen P., “The Other Buffalo: Native Americans, Fur Trappers, and the Western Bison, 1600--1860,” Utah Historical Quarterly 72 (Winter 2004): 4--18.

Whiteley, Peter M., “Reconnoitering ‘Pueblo’ Ethnicity: The 1852 Tesuque Delegation to Washington,” Journal of the Southwest 45 (Autumn 2003): 437--518.

Political and Legal

Fletcher, Matthew L. M., “Sawnawgezewog: ‘The Indian Problem’ and the Lost Art of Survival,” American Indian Law Review 28, no. 1 (2003--2004): 35--105.

Foster, Hamar, and Alan Grove, “‘Trespassers on the Soil’: United States v. Tom and a New Perspective on the Short History of Treaty Making in Nineteenth-Century British Columbia,” BC Studies no. 138/139 (2003): 51--84.

Hart, Justin, “Making Democracy Safe for the World: Race, Propaganda, and the Transformation of U.S. Foreign Policy during World War II,” Pacific Historical Review 73 (February 2004): 49--84.

Heidenreich, Donald E., Jr., “U.S. National Security and Party Politics: The Consensus on Louisiana, 1789--1803,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 62 (Winter 2003): 370--85.

McKnight, Roger, “Death at Kansas Lake: A Study of Justice and Frontier Culture in Swedish America, Part 2,” Swedish-American Historical Quarterly 55 (January 2004): 3--56.

Suzuki, Masao, “Important or Impotent? Taking Another Look at the 1920 California Alien Land Law,” Journal of Economic History 64, no. 1 (2004): 125--43.

Williams, C. Fred, “The Louisana Purchase and Arkansas: Reflections on State and National Development,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 62 (Winter 2003): 361--9.

Public History and Material Culture

Naranjo, Reuben V., and Susan Lobo, “Reweaving the History of California Baskets: A Visit to the Museo de America, Madrid, Spain,” News from Native California 17 (Winter 2003/04): 7--10.

Payne, M. B., and C. J. Taylor, “Western Canadian Fur Trade Sites and the Iconography of Public Memory,” Manitoba History (Autumn/Winter 2003--2004): 2--14.

Religion

Abernethy, F. E., “Locating the Eyes of Father Margil,” East Texas Historical Journal 42 (Spring 2004): 3--9.

Brandt, Patricia, “‘A Character of Extravagence’: Establishment of the Second Archdiocese in the United States,” Catholic Historical Review 89 (October 2003): 696--711.

Brostoff, Marissa, “Bringing the Spirit of the Lord: Jacob Pressman’s Los Angeles, 1919--,” Western States Jewish History 36 (Winter 2004): 98--108.

Grow, Matthew J., “The Whore of Babylon and the Abomination of Abominations: Nineteenth-Century Catholic and Mormon Mutual Perceptions and Religious Identity,” Church History 73 (March 2004): 139--67.

Hamm, Thomas D., “A Quaker View of Black St. Louis in 1841,” Missouri Historical Review 98 (January 2004): 115--20.

Ivey, James E., “Secularization in California and Texas,” Boletín 20, no. 1 (2003): 23--36.

Sandos, James A., “Converting California: Indians and Franciscans in the Missions, 1769--1836,” Boletín 20, no. 1 (2003): 5--10.

Weiner, Hollace Ava, “Tied and Tethered (‘Geknippt und Gebinden’): Jews in Early Fort Worth,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 107 (January 2004): 389--413.

Science, Technology, and Industry

Darling, Matt, “The Ridgway Branch of the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad,” Journal of the Western Slope 16 (Fall 2001): 25--55.

Tolman, Keith, “Tea Kettle on a Raft: A History of Navigation on the Upper Red River,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 81 (Winter 2003--04): 388--435.

Waggener, John R., “Putting Wyoming on the Map: The Story of the Official Wyoming Highway Map,” Annals of Wyoming 75 (Autumn 2003): 19--30.

Webb, George E., “Victoria Welcomes the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory: Science and Society in the Pacific Northwest,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 94 (Fall 2003): 171--82.

Social and Cultural

Fritz, Angela, “Lizzie Black Kander & Culinary Reform in Milwaukee, 1880--1920,” Wisconsin Magazine of History 87 (Spring 2004): 36--49.

Johnson, Michael W., “Rendezvous at Promontory: A New Look at the Golden Spike Ceremony,” Utah Historical Quarterly 72 (Winter 2004): 47--68.

McKay, Sherry, “‘Urban Housekeeping’ and Keeping the Modern House,” BC Studies no. 140 (2003/04): 11--38.

Schrock, Heyward D., “A Room for the Night: Evolution of Roadside Lodging in Wyoming,” Annals of Wyoming 75 (Autumn 2003): 31--9.

Soden, Dale E., “The Women’s Christian Temperance Union in the Pacific Northwest: The Battle for Cultural Control,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 94 (Fall 2003): 197--207.

Voss, Barbara L., “Culture Contact and Colonial Practices: Archaeological Traces of Daily Life in Early San Francisco,” Boletín 20, no. 1 (2003): 63--77.

Whittlesey, Lee H., “‘Music, Song, and Laughter’: Yellowstone National Park’s Fountain Hotel, 1891--1916,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 53 (Winter 2003): 22--35.

Wood, W. Raymond, “Toussaint Charbonneau’s Kitchen,” Museum of the Fur Trade Quarterly 39 (Winter 2003): 2--5.

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