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Recent Articles Autumn 2011

AGRICULTURE, RANCHING, AND RURAL LIFE

Blake, Gordon J., “The Coad Brothers Great Plains Entrepreneurs,” Annals of Wyoming 82 (Autumn 2010): 19–34.

Clark, Jessica, “‘Work Makes Life Sweet’: Germans From Russia Remember Their Childhood,” The Historian 72 (Winter 2010): 809–30.

Laughlin, Mike, “Basque Ranching Culture in the Great Basin,” Northeastern Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, no. 3–4 (2010): 38–45.

Sanderson, Nathan B., “‘We were all Trespassers’: George Edward Lemmon, Anglo-American Cattle Ranching, and The Great Sioux Reservation,” Agricultural History 85 (Winter 2011): 50–71.

Vaught, David, “Abner Doubleday, Marc Bloch, and the Cultural Significance of Baseball in Rural America,” Agricultural History 85 (Winter 2011): 1–20.

Yung, Laurie, Michael E. Patterson, and Wayne A. Freimund, “Rural Community Views on the Role of Local and Extralocal Interests in Public Lands Governance,” Society & Natural Resources 23 (December 2010): 1170–86.

BIOGRAPHY

Andrews, Jean F., “Leroy Colombo: The Deaf Lifeguard of Galveston Island, Part I: The
Early Years (1905–1943),” East Texas Historical Journal 48 (Fall 2010): 85–109.

Andrews, Jean F., “Leroy Colombo: The Deaf Lifeguard of Galveston Island, Part II: The Later Years (1943–1974),” East Texas Historical Journal 48 (Spring 2011): 9–34.

Cameron, Darby James, “An Agent of Change: William Drewry and Land Surveying in British Columbia, 1887–1929,” BC Studies, no. 167 (Autumn 2010): 7–46.

Etulain, Richard W., “Ferenc Morton Szasz (1940–2010): Pasó Por Aquí,” New Mexico Historical Review 85 (Fall 2010): 431–6.

Etulain, Richard W., “Western Biographies in Transition,” Western Historical Quarterly 42 (Autumn 2011): 349–54.

Levy, David W., “The Rise and Fall and Rise and Fall of Edwin (‘Daddy’) DeBarr,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 88 (Fall 2010): 288–315.

Schwartzlose, Richard A., “Norton Allen: Artist and Avocational Archaeologist,” Journal of the Southwest 52 (Summer/Autumn 2010): 129–90.

BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

Fong, Joe Chung, “Globalized/Localized Asian American Banks in the Twenty-First Century,” Amerasia Journal 36, no. 3 (2010): 53–81.

Harrison, Peter, “Adam Smith and the History of the Invisible Hand,” Journal of the History of Ideas 72 (January 2011): 29–49.
Levy, Juliette, “Notaries and Credit Markets in Nineteenth-Century Mexico,” Business History Review 84 (Autumn 2010): 459–78.

Stobbe, Tracy, Alison J. Eagle, and G. C. van Kooten, “Niche and Direct Marketing in the Rural-Urban Fringe: A Study of the Agricultural Economy in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley,” BC Studies, no. 167 (Autumn 2010): 105–34.

COMMUNITY AND URBAN

Chang, Shenglin Elijah, and Willow Lung Amam, “Born Glocal: Youth Identity and Suburban Spaces in the U.S. and Taiwan,” Amerasia Journal 36, no. 3 (2010): 29–51.

Hevly, Bruce, “‘Where the Old West Greets the New’: Linking Hanford, the Tri-Cities, and the Columbia Basin in Photographs,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 101 (Spring 2010): 87–99.

Jones, Jennifer, “Restoring the Ravages of Time: The Knox Building of Enid, OK,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 88 (Fall 2010): 334–52.

Montoya, María E., “From Homogeneity to Complexity: Understanding the Urban West,” Western Historical Quarterly 42 (Autumn 2011): 344–8.

Reyes, Eric Estuar, “Why We Gather: Localizing Filipino America and Community Cultural Development,” Amerasia Journal 36, no. 3 (2010): 106–28.

Tredici, Peter Del, “The Asphalt Jungle,” Natural History 119 (November 2010): 18–23.

Wilson, Robert, “St. Louis and the 1918 Influenza: The Impact of Nonpharmaceutical Interventions,” Missouri Historical Review 105 (January 2011): 94–108.

ENVIRONMENT

Fiege, Mark, “The Nature of the West and the World,” Western Historical Quarterly 42
(Autumn 2011): 305–12.

Hufstetler, Mark, “The Lonesome Life in Glacier National Park: Kishenehn Ranger Station, 1910–1940,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 60 (Winter 2010): 62–70.

Malin, Stephanie A., and Peggy Petrzelka, “Left in the Dust: Uranium’s Legacy and Victims of Mill Tailings Exposure in Monticello, Utah,” Society & Natural Resources 23 (December 2010): 1187–200.

Paveglio, Travis B., Matthew S. Carroll, James Absher, and William Robinson, “Symbolic Meanings of Wildland Fire: A Study of Residents in the U.S. Inland Northwest,” Society & Natural Resources 24 (January 2011): 18–33.

Pearce, Matthew Allen, “Bringing Back the Big Game: The Reintroduction of Elk to the Wichita Mountains,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 83 (Fall 2010): 260–87.

Sitts, Danielle J., Andrew G. Fountain, and Matthew J. Hoffman, “Twentieth Century Glacier Change on Mount Adams, Washington, USA,” Northwest Science 84 (October 2010): 378–85.

Thomas, Sarah L., “When Equity Almost Mattered: Outdoor Recreation, Land Acquisition, and Mid-Twentieth-Century Conservation Politics,” Natural Resources Journal 50 (Spring 2010): 501–16.

Wall, Tamara U., and Sarah J. Halvorson, “Wildfire Research in an Environmental Hazards Course: An Active Learning Approach,” Journal of Geography 110 (January 2011): 6–15.

Webb, Roy, “‘I had arrived at perfection’: The Lost Canyons of the Green River,” Utah Historical Quarterly 79 (Winter 2011): 4–19.

ETHNICITY AND RACE

Abrams, Nan, “The Greenwalds of Humboldt County: The Emerald Opium Ring and the Case of the Chinese Certificates,” ed. Victoria Fisch, Western States Jewish History 43 (Winter 2011): 101–15.

Alanis Encisco, Fernando Saúl, “‘Vámanos pa’ México’. La comunidad mexicana en Estados Unidos y la conscripción militar durante la primera guerra mundial, 1917–1918,” Historia Mexicana 60 (Octubre/Deciembre 2010): 897–960.

Bartek, James M., “‘The More of Them Are Killed the Better’: Racial Identity and Noncombatant Immunity in Civil War New Mexico,” New Mexico Historical Review 85 (Fall 2010): 323–48.

Collet, Christian, and Hiroko Furuya, “Enclave, Place, or Nation? Defining Little Saigon in the Midst of Incorporation, Transnationalism, and Long Distance Activism,” Amerasia Journal 36, no. 3 (2010): 1–27.

Fox, Cybelle, “Three Worlds of Relief: Race, Immigration, and Public and Private Social Welfare Spending in American Cities, 1929,” American Journal of Sociology 116 (September 2010): 453–502.

Harper, Kimberly, “‘Like a Tug of War’: The Lynching of Thomas Gilyard,” Missouri Historical Review 105 (January 2011): 76–93.

Taylor, Quintard, Jr., “People of Color in the West: A Half Century of Scholarship,” Western Historical Quarterly 42 (Autumn 2011): 313–8.

Winn, Maisha T., “‘We Are All Prisoners’: Privileging Prison Voices in Black Print Culture,” Journal of African American History 95 (Summer/Fall 2010): 392–416.

GENDER AND SEXUALITY

Jacobs, Margaret, “Western History: What’s Gender Got to Do With It?” Western Historical Quarterly 42 (Autumn 2011): 297–304.

Lahlum, Lori Ann, “Mina Westbye: Norwegian Immigrant, North Dakota Homesteader, Studio Photographer, ‘New Woman,’” Montana The Magazine of Western History 60 (Winter 2010): 3–15.

Myers, Polly Reed, “Jane Doe v. Boeing Company: Transsexuality and Compulsory Gendering in Corporate Capitalism,” Feminist Studies 36 (Fall 2010): 493–517.

Smith, Harold L., “‘All Good Things Start With the Women’: The Origin of the Texas Birth Control Movement, 1933–1945,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 114 (January 2011): 253–85.

Villanueva, Nicholas, Jr., “‘Sincerely Yours for Dignified Manhood’: Lynching, Violence, and American Manhood During the Early Years of the Mexican Revolution, 1910–1914,” Journal of the West 49 (Winter 2010): 41–8.

Welch, Kristen D., “Preaching in the ‘Open Air’: The Ministries of Early Pentecostal Women Preachers in Oklahoma,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 88 (Fall 2010): 316–33.

HISTORIOGRAPHY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

Björk, Ulf Jonas, with Yngve Turesson and Christina Johansson, “Swedish-American Bibliography 2009,” Swedish-American Historical Quarterly 61 (October 2010): 312–21.

Deverell, William, “Western Vistas: Historiography, 1971 to Today,” Western Historical Quarterly 42 (Autumn 2011): 355–60.

IMMIGRATION, MIGRATION, AND SETTLEMENT

Benton-Cohen, Katherine, “Other Immigrants: Mexicans and the Dillingham Commission of 1907–1911,” Journal of American Ethnic History 30 (Winter 2011): 33–57.

Gerber, Steven L., and James M. Aton, “Empires and Homesteads: Making a Living in Range Creek,” Utah Historical Quarterly 79 (Winter 2011): 20–41.

Nelson, Robert L., “From Manitoba to the Memel: Max Sering, Inner Colonization and the German East,” Social History 35 (November 2010): 439–57.

Saldívar, Martha Vanessa, “From Mexico to Palestine: An Occupation of Knowledge, a Mestizaje of Methods,” American Quarterly 62 (December 2010): 821–33.

INTERNATIONAL BORDERLANDS

Guerrero, Vladimir, “Lost in the Translation: Chief Palma of the Quechan,” Southern California Quarterly 92 (Winter 2010/2011): 327–50.

Hernández, Kelly Lytle, “Borderlands and the Future History of the American West,” Western Historical Quarterly 42 (Autumn 2011): 325–30.

Samaniego López, Marco Antonio, “El norte revolucionario. Diferencias regionales y sus paradojas en la relación con Estados Unidos,” Historia Mexicana 60 (Octubre/Deciembre 2010): 961–1018.

Widdis, Randy William, “Crossing an Intellectual and Geographic Border: The Importance of Migration in Shaping the Canadian-American Borderlands at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” Social Science History 34 (Winter 2010): 445–97.

LABOR AND WORKING CLASS

Hawk, Angela, “Going ‘Mad’ in Gold Country: Migrant Populations and the Problem of Containment in Pacific Mining Boom Regions,” Pacific Historical Review 80 (February 2011): 64–96.

Hernandez, Kim, “The ‘Bungalow Boom’: The Working-Class Housing Industry and the Development and Promotion of Early Twentieth-Century Los Angeles,” Southern California Quarterly 92 (Winter 2010/2011): 351–92.

Smith, Stacey L., “Remaking Slavery in a Free State: Masters and Slaves in Gold Rush California,” Pacific Historical Review 80 (February 2011): 28–63.

LITERATURE, FILM, AND THE ARTS

Blouin, Michael J., “Auditory Ambivalence: Music in the Western from High Noon to Brokeback Mountain,” Journal of Popular Culture 43 (December 2010): 1173–88.

Dunston, Susan L., “Physics and Metaphysics: Lessons from Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony,” Arizona Quarterly 66 (Winter 2010): 135–62.

Fortney, Sharon, “Entwined Histories: The Creation of the Maisie Hurley Collection of Native Art,” BC Studies, no. 167 (Autumn 2010): 71–104.

METHOD AND THEORY

Crawford, Don L., and Melinda Blanchard Crawford, “Just a Name on a Grave?: Discovering the Story of an Unknown Montana Miner,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 60 (Winter 2010): 50–61.

Kelley, Kitty, “Unauthorized, But Not Untrue,” American Scholar 80 (Winter 2011): 32–43.

Loo, Tina, “Access Denied,” Canada’s History 90, no. 6 (2010/2011): 16–7.

McInerney, Daniel J., “Building a Stronger K–20 Community: Public School Teachers, the Teaching American History Program, and the Western History Association Annual Conference,” Western Historical Quarterly 42 (Autumn 2011): 363–9.

Neem, Johann N., “American History in a Global Age,” History and Theory 50 (February 2011): 41–70.

Rigney, Ann, “When the Monograph is No Longer the Medium: Historical Narrative in the Online Age,” History and Theory 49 (December 2010): 100–17.

Weddle, Robert S., and Carol A. Lipscomb, “The Strange Case of the Headless Saint Francis: An Exercise in Historical Sleuthing,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 114 (January 2011): 286–96.

MILITARY AND EXPLORATION

Ely, Glen Sample, “What to Do About Texas?: Texas and the Department of New Mexico in the Civil War,” New Mexico Historical Review 85 (Fall 2010): 375–408.

Grear, Charles D., “The Impact of Local Attachments: Why Texans Fought in New Mexico during the Civil War,” New Mexico Historical Review 85 (Fall 2010): 409–29.

Lahti, Janne, “Journey to the ‘Outside’: The U.S. Army on the Road to the Southwest,” New Mexico Historical Review 85 (Fall 2010): 349–74.

Martin, Scott, “Command Decisions: The Conquest of Mexico and the Friedman-Savage Utility Function,” Social Science History 34 (Winter 2010): 499–522.

Thrush, Coll, “Vancouver the Cannibal: Cuisine, Encounter, and the Dilemma of Difference on the Northwest Coast, 1774–1808,” Ethnohistory 58 (Winter 2011): 1–35.

NATIVE AMERICANS

Blackhawk, Ned, “Currents in North American Indian Historiography,” Western Historical Quarterly 42 (Autumn 2011): 319–24.

Harvey, Sean P., “‘Must Not Their Languages Be Savage and Barbarous Like Them?’ Philology, Indian Removal, and Race Science,” Journal of the Early Republic 30 (Winter 2010): 505–32.

Langston, Nancy, “Toxic Inequalities: Chemical Exposures and Indigenous Communities in Canada and the United States,” Natural Resources Journal 50 (Spring 2010): 393–406.

McPherson, Robert S., “The Replevied Present: San Juan County, the Southern Utes, and What Might Have Been, 1894–1895,” Utah Historical Quarterly 79 (Winter 2011): 52–71.

Sherow, James E., “Storms on the Grasslands: Indian Peoples and the Colorado Gold Rush of 1859,” Journal of the West 49 (Spring 2010): 15–22.

Tarlock, A. Dan, “Tribal Justice and Property Rights: The Evolution of Winters v. United States,” Natural Resources Journal 50 (Spring 2010): 471–99.

Zenk, Henry, with Tony A. Johnson, “A Northwest Language of Contact, Diplomacy, and Identity: Chinuk Wawa/Chinook Jargon,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 111 (Winter 2010): 444–61.

POLITICAL AND LEGAL


Almada Bay, Ignacio, “De regidores porfiristas a presidentes de la República en el periodo revolucionario. Explorando el ascenso y la caída del ‘sonorismo’,” Historia Mexicana 60 (Octubre/Deciembre 2010): 729–89.

Drake, Brian Allen, “The Skeptical Environmentalist: Senator Barry Goldwater and the Environmental Management State,” Environmental History 15 (October 2010): 587–611.

Johnston, Robert D., “‘There’s No ‘There’ There’: Reflections on Western Political Historiography,” Western Historical Quarterly 42 (Autumn 2011): 331–7.

Lai, James S., “Multiplexing Racial and Ethnic Planes: Chinese American Politics in Globalized Immigrant Suburbs,” Amerasia Journal 36, no. 3 (2010): 83–105.

Shepard, Christopher, “A True Jeffersonian: The Western Conservative Principles of Barry Goldwater and His Vote Against the Civil Rights Act of 1964,” Journal of the West 49 (Winter 2010): 34–40.

PUBLIC HISTORY AND MATERIAL CULTURE


Cummins, Light Townsend, “From the Midway to the Hall of State at Fair Park: Two Competing Views of Women at the Dallas Celebration of 1936,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 114 (January 2011): 225–51.

Jones, Angelina R., and Nancy J. Parezo, “Tucson’s Squaw Dress Industry,” Journal of Arizona History 51 (Winter 2010): 299–320.

Kodish, Debora, “Envisioning Folklore Activism,” Journal of American Folklore 124 (Winter 2011): 31–60.

Nute, Kevin, “The Mirror and the Frame: John Yeon and the Landscape Art of China and Japan,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 101 (Spring 2010): 55–70.

Weisiger, Marsha, “No More Heroes: Western History in Public Places,” Western Historical Quarterly 42 (Autumn 2011): 289–96.

Wilcox, David R., “Seizing the Moment: Collaboration and Cooperation in the Founding and Growth of the Museum of Northern Arizona, 1928–2008,” Journal of the Southwest 52 (Winter 2010): 435–537.

RELIGION


Cannon, Kenneth L., II, “Wives and Other Women: Love, Sex, and Marriage in the Lives of John Q. Cannon, Frank J. Cannon, and Abraham H. Cannon,” Dialogue 43 (Winter 2010): 71–130.

Laga, Barry, “In Lieu of History: Mormon Monuments and the Shaping of Memory,” Dialogue 43 (Winter 2010): 131–53.

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND INDUSTRY

Aldrich, Mark, “On the Track of Efficiency: Scientific Management Comes to Railroad Shops, 1900–1930,” Business History Review 84 (Autumn 2010): 501–26.

Baumler, Ellen, “A Devastating Diagnosis of Leprosy: The Story of Orville Willett,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 60 (Winter 2010): 36–49.

Fell, James E., Jr., “‘To the Task, Metallurgists!’ Technological Advances in Ore Processing in Colorado, 1858–1914,” Journal of the West 49 (Spring 2010): 50–60.

Pietruska, Jamie L., “US Weather Bureau Chief Willis Moore and the Reimagination of Uncertainty in Long-Range Forecasting,” Environment and History 17 (February 2011): 79–105.

Shields, John W., “How Electric Lights Came to Cheyenne,” Annals of Wyoming 82 (Autumn 2010): 2–18.

Taylor, Jan, “Marketing the Northwest: The Northern Pacific Railroad’s Last Spike Excursion,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 60 (Winter 2010): 16–35.

Walker, James V., “Henry S. Tanner and Cartographic Expression of American Expansionism in the 1820s,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 111 (Winter 2010): 416–43.

SOCIAL AND CULTURAL

Carroll, Brian, “‘Praising My People’: Newspaper Sports Coverage and the Integration of Baseball in Wichita, Kansas,” Kansas History 33 (Winter 2010/2011): 240–55.

Friedmann, Jonathan L., “Jerome H. Bayer: Music and the California Menorah Society,” Western States Jewish History 43 (Winter 2011): 116–23.

Gerlach, Larry R., “Ernie Quigley: An Official for All Seasons,” Kansas History 33 (Winter 2010/2011): 218–39.
Mitchell, Pablo, “Western History Forum: Social and Cultural History,” Western Historical Quarterly 42 (Autumn 2011): 338–43.

Noel, Thomas J., “Colorado’s Rush to Culture: A Gold Rush Legacy,” Journal of the West 49 (Spring 2010): 41–9.

Rowe, Jeremy, “Have Camera, Will Travel: Arizona Roadside Images by Burton Frasher,” Journal of Arizona History 51 (Winter 2010): 337–54.




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