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Recent Articles Autumn 2007

AGRICULTURE, RANCHING, AND RURAL LIFE

Lewthwaite, Stephanie, “Race, Paternalism, and ‘California Pastoral’: Rural Rehabilitation and Mexican Labor in Greater Los Angeles,” Agricultural History 81 (Winter 2007): 1--35.

Millerd, Frank, “Exclusive Rights in the British Columbia Salmon Fishery,” Land Economics 83 (February 2007): 23--40.

Roth, Barbara J., “The Role of Gender in the Adoption of Agriculture in the Southern Southwest,” Journal of Anthropological Research 62 (Winter 2006): 513--38.

BIOGRAPHY

Armitage, Shelley, “Shared and Shifting Land(scapes): Making Memoir and Personal Ecology in the Pajarito Journals of Peggy Pond Church,” Frontiers 27, no. 3 (2006): 111--39.

Boughton, John, “From Comintern to the Council on Foreign Relations: The Ideological Journey of Michael Ross,” Labor History 48 (February 2007): 49--72.

Musso, Josseph, “A Reevaluation of ‘The Face behind the Knife,’” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 110 (January 2007): 362--78.

Salzmann, Joshua, “The Chicago Lakefront’s Last Frontier: The Turnerian Mythology of Streeterville, 1886--1961,” Journal of Illinois History 9 (Autumn 2006): 201--14.

Sheridan, Thomas E., “Rio Rico and the Great Arizona Land Rush,” Journal of the Southwest 48 (Spring 2006): 1--36.

Thurman, Joseph C., “James H. Lucas: Eminent St. Louis Entrepreneur and Philanthropist,” Missouri Historical Review 101 (April 2007): 129--45.

BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

Montoya, Fawn-Amber, “From Mexicans to Citizens: Colorado Fuel and Iron’s Representation of Nuevo Mexicans, 1901--1919,” Journal of the West 45 (Fall 2006): 29--35.

O’Sullivan, Mary A., “Living with the U. S. Financial System: The Experiences of General Electric and Westinghouse Electric in the Last Century,” Business History Review 80 (Winter 2006): 621--55.

Tatman, Arthur T., “La Camara, 1939: A ‘Mexican’ Chamber of Commerce Forms in Dallas,” Journal of the West 45 (Fall 2006): 36--47.

COMMUNITY AND URBAN

Allman, T. D., “Orlando Beyond Disney,” National Geographic 211 (March 2007): 96--115.

Montana The Magazine of Western History 56 (Winter 2006). Special issue on Butte, Montana, and its development as a mining community.

Pass, Forrest D., “‘The Wondrous Story and Traditions of the Country’: The Native Sons of British Columbia and the Role of Myth in the Formation of an Urban Middle Class,” BC Studies no. 151 (Autumn 2006): 3--38.

Rollwagen, Katherine, “‘That Touch of Paternalism’: Cultivating Community in the Company Town of Britannia Beach, 1920--58,” BC Studies no. 151 (Autumn 2006): 39--67.

ENVIRONMENT

Hill, Libby, “The Chicago Epidemic of 1885: An Urban Legend?” Journal of Illinois History 9 (Autumn 2006): 154--74.

Mittlefehldt, Sarah, “The Origins of Wisconsin’s Ice Age Trail: Ray Zillmer’s Path to Protect the Past,” Wisconsin Magazine of History 90 (Spring 2007): 2--14.

Moore, Ted, “Democratizing the Air: The Salt Lake Women’s Chamber of Commerce and Air Pollution, 1936--1945,” Environmental History 12 (January 2007): 80--106.

Natcher, David C., and Susan Davis, “Rethinking Devolution: Challenges for Aboriginal Resource Management in the Yukon Territory,” Society & Natural Resources 20, no. 3 (2007): 271--9.

ETHNICITY AND RACE

Austin, Allan W., “Eastward Pioneers: Japanese American Resettlement during World War II and the Contested Meaning of Exile and Incarceration,” Journal of American Ethnic History 26 (Winter 2007): 58--84.

California History 84 (Winter 2006--2007). Special Issue: El Clamor Público

Camarillo, Albert M., “Cities of Color: The New Racial Frontier in California’s Minority-Majority Cities,” Pacific Historical Review 76 (February 2007): 1--28.

English, Linda, “Recording Race: General Stores and Race in the Late Nineteenth-Century Southwest,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 110 (October 2006): 192--217.

Griffith, Jean C., “How the West was Whitened: ‘Racial’ Difference on Cather’s Prairie,” Western American Literature 41 (Winter 2007): 393--417.

Ivey, Lina L., “Ethnicity in the Land: Lost Stories in California Agriculture,” Agricultural History 81 (Winter 2007): 98--124.

Kinbacher, Kurt E., “Life in the Russian Bottoms: Community Building and Identity Transformation among Germans from Russia in Lincoln, Nebraska, 1876 to 1926,” Journal of American Ethnic History 26 (Winter 2007): 27--57.

Lee, Shelley S., “The Contradictions of Cosmopolitanism: Consuming the Orient at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition and the International Potlatch Festival, 1909--1934,” Western Historical Quarterly 38 (Autumn 2007): 277--302.

GENDER AND SEXUALITY

Buddle, Melanie, “‘You Have to Think Like a Man and Act Like a Lady’: Businesswomen in British Columbia, 1920--80,” BC Studies no. 151 (Autumn 2006): 69--95.

Getz, Lynne Marie, “Partners in Motion: Gender, Migration, and Reform in Antebellum Ohio and Kansas,” Frontiers 27, no. 2 (2006): 102--35.

Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 49 (Winter 2006). Special issue on women in Nevada history.

Ramírez, Catherine S., “Saying ‘Nothing’: Pachucas and the Languages of Resistance,” Frontiers 27, no. 3 (2006): 1--33.

HISTORIOGRAPHY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

Burke, Flannery, “‘Bad Guys’: WHA Roundtable Comments,” Western Historical Quarterly 38 (Autumn 2007): 317--321.

Dixon, Mary, “Crazy Horse: The Strange Man of the Oglalas, by Mari Sandoz: Historiography, A Philosophy for Reconstruction,” Great Plains Quarterly 27 (Winter 2007): 39--54.

Fireman, Janet, “Let Them Speak For Themselves: WHA Members Written Comments in the 2006 Survey,” Western Historical Quarterly 38 (Autumn 2007): 338--342.

Fluharty, Sterling, “Some Measures of Diversity: A Student Perspective on the WHA Survey,” Western Historical Quarterly 38 (Autumn 2007): 331--337.

González, Deena J., “Who’s WHA?: Patterns of Exclusion,” Western Historical Quarterly 38 (Autumn 2007): 321--325.

Hosmer, Brian, “The Research Library and Native American Collections: A View from the D’Arcy McNickle Center,” Western Historical Quarterly 38 (Autumn 2007): 363--370.

Johnson, Benjamin, “The WHA and the Need to Incorporate Conflict,” Western Historical Quarterly 38 (Autumn 2007): 329--331.

Lansing, Michael J., and David Rich Lewis, “Surveying the Western History Association,” Western Historical Quarterly 38 (Autumn 2007): 303--306.

Lukomski, Jennifer, “From the Stacks: Western Historical Manuscript Collection-Columbia: The National Women and Media Collection,” Missouri Historical Review 101 (April 2007): 183--6.

Montoya, María E., “And now, about the women . . .” Western Historical Quarterly 38 (Autumn 2007): 313--317.

West, Elliott, “Good News, Not So Good News, and Strange Combinations,” Western Historical Quarterly 38 (Autumn 2007): 325--328.

Wrobel, David, “Where is the WHA and Where Should it be Going?: Thoughts on a Survey” Western Historical Quarterly 38 (Autumn 2007): 307--313.

IMMIGRATION, MIGRATION, AND SETTLEMENT

Alroey, Gur, “Galveston and Palestine: Immigration and Ideology in the Early Twentieth Century,” American Jewish Archives Journal 56, nos. 1 & 2 (2004): 128--50.

Cogley, Richard W., “‘Some Other Kinde of Being and Condition’: The Controversy in Mid-Seventeenth-Century England over the Peopling of Ancient America,” Journal of the History of Ideas 68 (January 2007): 35--56.

Garza, James A., “The Long History of Mexican Immigration to the Rural Midwest,” Journal of the West 45 (Fall 2006): 57--64.

Hansen, Lawrence Douglas Taylor, “The Chinese Six Companies of San Francisco and the Smuggling of Chinese Immigrants Across the U.S.-Mexican Border, 1882--1930,” Journal of the Southwest 48 (Spring 2006): 37--62.

Rathbun, Janet Dunlap, “All Roads Lead to Strool: The Rise and Fall of One Man’s Town,” South Dakota History 36 (Winter 2006): 367--84.

LABOR AND WORKING CLASS

Abel, Joseph, “Opening the Closed Shop: The Galveston Longshoremen’s Strike of 1920--1921,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 110 (January 2007): 317--47.

McKanan, Dan, “Inventing the Catholic Worker Family,” Church History 74 (March 2007): 84--113.

Meeks, Eric V., “Protecting the ‘White Citizen Worker’: Race, Labor, and Citizenship in South-Central Arizona, 1929--1945,” Journal of the Southwest 48 (Spring 2006): 91--113.

Shelton, Robert S., “‘Which Ox is in the Mire’: Race and Class in the Galveston Longshoremen’s Strike of 1898,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 110 (October 2006): 218--39.

Street, Richard Steven, “Poverty in the Valley of Plenty: The National Farm Labor Union, DiGiorgio Farms, and Suppression of Documentary Photography in California, 1947--66,” Labor History 48 (February 2007): 25--48.

Vinel, Jean-Christian, “The Other Side of Industrial Pluralism: William Leiserson, Harry Millis, Paul Herzog and the Quest for ‘Employment Democracy,’ 1939--47,” Labor History 48 (February 2007): 1--24.

LITERATURE, FILM, AND THE ARTS

Cho, Yu-Fang, “A Romance of (Miscege) Nations: Ann Sophia Stephens’ Malaeska: The Indian Wife of the White Hunter (1839, 1860),” Arizona Quarterly 63 (Spring 2007): 1--26.

Findlay, John M., “Something in the Soil? Literature and Regional Identity in the 20th-Century Pacific Northwest,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 97 (Fall 2006): 179--89.

Hassrick, Peter H., “William Ranney’s Hunting Wild Horses,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 110 (January 2007): 348--60.

Limón, José E., “Américo Paredes: Ballad Scholar (Phillips Barry Lecture, 2004),” Journal of American Folklore 120 (Winter 2007): 3--18.

Schultz, Elizabeth, “The Art of Open Spaces: Contemporary Sea and Prairiescapes,” Great Plains Quarterly 27 (Winter 2007): 3--23.

Taketani, Etsuko, “The Cartography of the Black Pacific: James Weldon Johnson’s Along This Way,” American Quarterly 59 (March 2007): 79--106.

METHOD AND THEORY

Bornat, Joanna, and Hanna Diamond, “Women’s History and Oral History: Developments and Debates,” Women’s History Review 16 (February 2007): 19--39.

Nagle, Cheryl L., “Dakota Resources: A Researcher’s Guide to the South Dakota State Historic Preservation Office,” South Dakota History 36 (Winter 2006): 385--402.

MILITARY AND EXPLORATION

DeLay, Brian, “Independent Indians and the U.S.-Mexican War,” The American Historical Review 112 (February 2007): 35--68.

Potter, Dennis L., “Desperate Courage: An Account of the Texas Lancer Charge at the Battle of Valverde, New Mexico,” Military History of the West 36 (2006): 1--33.

Wooster, Robert, “Fort Davis and the Close of a Military Frontier,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 110 (October 2006): 173--91.

NATIVE AMERICANS

Blumm, Michael C., and James Brunberg, “‘Not Much Less Necessary . . . Than the Atmosphere They Breathed’: Salmon, Indian Treaties, and the Supreme Court - A Centennial Remembrance of United States v. Winans and Its Enduring Significance,” Natural Resources Journal 46 (Spring 2006): 489--530

Childs, Craig, “On the Trail of the Ancestors,” Natural History 116 (March 2007): 58--63.

Crum, Steven, “Almost Invisible: The Brotherhood of North American Indians (1911) and the League of North American Indians (1935),” Wicazo Sa Review 21 (Spring 2006): 43--59.

Colorado Heritage (Autumn 2006). Special issue on Colorado’s American Indians, 1500 to today.

DeJong, David H., “‘Abandoned Little by Little’: The 1914 Pima Adjudication Survey, Water Deprivation, and Farming on the Pima Reservation,” Agricultural History 81 (Winter 2007): 36--69.

Deloria, Sam, “New Paradigm: Indian Tribes in the Land of Unintended Consequences,” Natural Resources Journal 46 (Spring 2006): 301--16.

Denetdale, Jennifer Nez, “Chairmen, Presidents, and Princesses: The Navajo Nation, Gender, and the Politics of Tradition,” Wicazo Sa Review 21 (Spring 2006): 9--29.

Oehler, Gottlieb, and David Smith, ed. Richard E. Jensen, “A Visit to the Pawnee,” Nebraska History 87 (Winter 2006): 142--72.

Schreiber, Dorothee, “First Nations, Consultation, and the Rule of Law: Salmon Farming and Colonialism in British Columbia,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 30, no. 4 (2006): 19--40.

Whitehouse-Strong, Derek, “‘Everything Promised Had Been Included in the Writing’: Indian Reserve Farming and the Spirit and Intent of Treaty Six Reconsidered,” Great Plains Quarterly 27 (Winter 2007): 25--37.

POLITICAL AND LEGAL

Anderson, Robert T., “Indian Water Rights and the Federal Trust Responsibility,” Natural Resources Journal 46 (Spring 2006): 399--438.

Barajas, Frank P., “The Defense Committees of Sleepy Lagoon: A Convergent Struggle Against Fascism, 1942--1944,” Aztlan: A Journal of Chicano Studies 31 (Spring 2006): 33--63.

Fish, Adam, “Indigenous Bodies in Colonial Courts: Anthropological Science and the (Physical) Laws of the Remaining Human,” Wicazo Sa Review 21 (Spring 2006): 77--96.

Laurence, Robert, “A Paradigmatic, Comparative, Private-Law Perspective on the Federal Trusteeship,” Natural Resources Journal 46 (Spring 2006): 463--88.

Leeds, Stacy L., “Moving Toward Exclusive Tribal Autonomy over Lands and Natural Resources,” Natural Resources Journal 46 (Spring 2006): 439--62.

McConnell, Les, “The Treaty Rights of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 97 (Fall 2006): 190--201.

Mulier, Vincent, “Recognizing the Full Scope of the Right to take Fish Under the Stevens Treaties: The History of Fishing Rights Litigation in the Pacific Northwest,” American Indian Law Review 31, no. 1 (2006--2007): 41--92.

Parson, Robert, “‘Leftward March’: Student Liberalism at the Utah State Agricultural College,” Utah Historical Quarterly 75 (Spring 2007): 164--82.

Paulos, Michael Harold, “‘. . . I am not and never have been a polygamist’: Reed Smoot’s Speech before the United States Senate, February 19, 1907,” Utah Historical Quarterly 75 (Spring 2007): 100--15.

Russell, Steve, “Making Peace with Crow Dog’s Ghost: Racialized Prosecution in Federal Indian Law,” Wicazo Sa Review 112 (Spring 2006): 61--76.

RELIGION

Miller, Bruce Granville, “Bringing Culture In: Community Responses to Apology, Reconciliation, and Reparations,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 30, no. 4 (2006): 1--17.

Wood, David Lyle, “‘The Dearest Laborers’: Pilgrims on the Lightening Road to Zion,” Utah Historical Quarterly 75 (Winter 2007): 44--62.

SOCIAL AND CULTURAL

Gustafson, Sandra M., “Histories of Democracy and Empire,” American Quarterly 59 (March 2007): 107--34.

Iber, Jorge, “Hispanics and Community in the American West,” Journal of the West 45 (Fall 2006): 7--11.

Martinez, Ana Luisa, “Pablo Cruz and El Regidor: The Emergence of a Bicultural Identity in San Antonio, 1888--1910,” Journal of the West 45 (Fall 2006): 21--8.

Rast, Raymond W., “The Cultural Politics of Tourism in San Francisco’s Chinatown, 1882--1917,” Pacific Historical Review 76 (February 2007): 29--60.

Saxman, Michelle C., “The Lustron Home: An Experiment in Steel,” South Dakota History 36 (Winter 2006): 335--66.

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