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Recent Articles Autumn 2012

AGRICULTURE, RANCHING, AND RURAL LIFE

Anderson, Jahue, “The Wichita Valley Irrigation Project: Joseph Kemp, Boosterism, and Conservation in Northwest Texas, 1886–1939,” Agricultural History 85 (Fall 2011): 493–519.

Dempsey, L. James, “The CPR Demonstration and Supply Farm, 1908–1944,” Alberta History 59 (Autumn 2011): 19–25.

Lowitt, Richard, “Farm Crisis in Oklahoma, Part 1,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 89 (Fall 2011): 338–63.

Parson, Robert, John W. Walters, and Emily Gurr-Thompson, “Seeds of Change: Farm Organizations in Depression and Post-War Utah,” Utah Historical Quarterly 79 (Fall 2011): 338–57.

Rosenberg, Robert G., “‘I Came off the Mountain as I Was Alone’: Stephen and Elizabeth Gervay: A Homesteading Tragedy,” Annals of Wyoming 83 (Summer 2011): 2–10.

Shaw, Christopher W., “‘No Place For Class Politics’: The Country Life Commission and Immigration,” Agricultural History 85 (Fall 2011): 520–39.

BIOGRAPHY


Kruger, David D., “James Cash Penney: The Impact of a Main Street Merchant on Oklahoma,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 89 (Fall 2011): 260–87.

Nevergold, Barbara A. Seals, “A. J. Smitherman: Pen Warrior,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 89 (Fall 2011): 288–311.

Volanto, Keith, “The Life and Work of Dr. Beadie Eugene Conner: An African American Physician in Jim Crow Texas,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 115 (January 2012): 260–80.

Waugaman, Candy, “Ernest ‘Ernie’ Jessen: Alaskan Cartoonist,” Alaska History 26 (Fall 2011): 41–7.

BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

Bullard, Loring, “Missouri Salt: The Rise and Fall of a Frontier Industry,” Missouri Historical Review 106 (January 2012): 91–101.

Hightower, Michael J., “The Riverboat Frontier: Early-Day Commerce in the Arkansas and Red River Valleys,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 89 (Summer 2011): 176–207.

“Institute on California and the West: Railroaded Workshop, Huntington Library, San Marino, CA, July 9, 2011,” special issue, California History 89, no. 1 (2011): 12–71.

COMMUNITY AND URBAN

Gilbreath, Aaron, “‘A Little Place Getting Smaller’: Perceptions of Place and the Depopulation of Gove County, Kansas,” Great Plains Quarterly 32 (Winter 2012): 25–41.

Krysan, James L., “Small-town Post Offices in Eastern South Dakota: A Photographic Odyssey,” South Dakota History 41 (Winter 2011): 391–435.

“Western Suburbia,” special issue, Western American Literature 46 (Fall 2011): 227–324.

ENVIRONMENT

Cunfer, Geoff, “The Southern Great Plains Wind Erosion Maps of 1936–1937,” Agricultural History 85 (Fall 2011): 540–59.

Davis, Lynne, “Home or Global Treasure?: Understanding Relationships between the Heiltsuk Nation and Environmentalists,” BC Studies, no. 171 (Autumn 2011): 9–36.

Hodge, Adam R., “‘In Want of Nourishment for to Keep Them Alive’: Climate Fluctuations, Bison Scarcity, and the Smallpox Epidemic of 1780–82 on the Northern Great Plains,” Environmental History 17 (April 2012): 365–403.

Kopp, Peter A., “‘Hop Fever’ in the Willamette Valley: The Local and Global Roots of a Regional Specialty Crop,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 112 (Winter 2011): 406–33.

“Provincial Parks,” special issue, BC Studies, no. 170 (Summer 2011): 4–169.

ETHNICITY AND RACE

Convery, William J., “Freedom and Slavery in the Pikes Peak Country, 1859–61,” Colorado Heritage (November/December 2011): 14–21.

Guenther, Todd, “‘The Kingdom of Heaven at Hand’: Rev. Russel Taylor and the Struggle for Civil Rights in 1920s Omaha,” Nebraska History 92 (Winter 2011): 185–93.

Jung, Moon-Ho, “Beyond Loyalties: Reflections on Regional and National Divides in the Study of Race,” Western Historical Quarterly 43 (Autumn 2012): 289–291.

Miles, Tiya, “The Long Arm of the South?,” Western Historical Quarterly 43 (Autumn 2012): 274–281.

Montoya, María E., “Onward to the Next Western History: A Roundtable on Race and Identity in Western History,” Western Historical Quarterly 43 (Autumn 2012): 271–273.

Ngai, Mae M., “Western History and the Pacific World,” Western Historical Quarterly 43 (Autumn 2012): 282–288.

Peterson, Mark A., “The Kansas Roots of Arthur Allen Fletcher: Football All-Star to the ‘Father of Affirmative Action,’” Kansas History 34 (Autumn 2011): 225–41.

Rosenfeld, Alan, “‘An Everlasting Scar’: Civilian Internment on Wartime Kaua?i,” Hawaiian Journal of History 45 (2011): 123–45.

Witgen, Michael, “The Native New World and Western North America,” Western Historical Quarterly 43 (Autumn 2012): 292–299.

GENDER AND SEXUALITY

Abate, Michelle Ann, “Constructing Modernist Lesbian Affect from Late Victorian Masculine Emotionalism: Willa Cather’s ‘Tommy, The Unsentimental’ and J. M. Barrie’s
Sentimental Tommy,” Women’s Writing 18 (November 2011): 468–85.

Arista, Noelani, “Captive Women in Paradise 1796–1826: The Kapu on Prostitution in Hawaiian Historical Legal Context,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 35, no. 4 (2011): 39–55.

Ellis, Catherine H., “Glorify Work and Be Happy: The Original Camp Fire Girls of Routt County,” Colorado Heritage (November/December 2011): 22–31.

Estrada, Gabriel S., “Two Sprits, Nádleeh, and LGBTQ2 Navajo Gaze,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 35, no. 4 (2011): 167–90.

Goossen, Benjamin W., “‘Like a Brilliant Thread’: Gender and Vigilante Democracy in the Kansas Coalfield, 1921–1922,” Kansas History 34 (Autumn 2011): 207–23.

McKinney, Amy L., “From Canning to Contraceptives: Cooperative Extension Service Home Demonstration Clubs and Rural Montana Women in the Post–World War II Era,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 61 (Autumn 2011): 57–70.

HISTORIOGRAPHY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

Lauck, Jon K., “The Prairie Historians and the Foundations of Midwestern History,” Annals of Iowa 71 (Spring 2012): 137–73.

Stoeltje, Beverly J., “Paredes and the Hero: The North American Cowboy Revisited,” Journal of American Folklore 125 (Winter 2012): 45–68.

IMMIGRATION, MIGRATION, AND SETTLEMENT

Arias, Patricia, and Jorge Durand, “Visiones y versiones pioneras de la migración mexicana. Manuel Gamio, Robert Redfield y Paul S. Taylor,” Historia Mexicana 61 (Octubre/Diciembre 2011): 589–641.

Beck, James R., “Homesteading in Union Township, Clay County, Kansas, 1863–1889,” Kansas History 34 (Autumn 2011): 187–205.

Grinev, Andrei V., “Social Mobility of the Creoles in Russian America,” Alaska History 26 (Fall 2011): 21–38.

Moralez, Eduardo, “Settling Out and Fitting In: Family and Migration in the Ethnic Mexican Midwest During the Twentieth Century,” Michigan Historical Review 37 (Fall 2011): 29–51.

INTERNATIONAL BORDERLANDS

Arreola, Daniel D., “Chiricahua Apache Homeland in the Borderland Southwest,” Geographical Review 102 (January 2012): 111–31.

Cusick, James G., “Some Thoughts on Spanish East and West Florida as Borderlands,” Florida Historical Quarterly 90 (Fall 2011): 133–56.

Rebert, Paula, “A Civilian Surveyor on the United States-Mexico Boundary: The Case of Arthur Schott,” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 155 (December 2011): 433–62.

Schulze, Jeffrey M., “The Chamizal Blues: El Paso, the Wayward River, and the Peoples in Between,” Western Historical Quarterly 43 (Autumn 2012): 301–322.

Yang, Li, “In Search of a Homeland: Lai Ngan, a Pioneer Chinese Woman and Her Family on the U.S.-Mexico Border,” Journal of Arizona History 52 (Winter 2011): 337–54.


LABOR AND WORKING CLASS


De Danaan, LLyn, “Mountain of Shell: The Senryu Poetry of Miyoko Sato and Yukiko Abo,” Columbia 25 (Winter 2011/2012): 3–8.

Nakamura, Kelli Y., “‘Violence and Press Incendiarism’: Media and Labor Conflicts in the 1909 Strike,” Hawaiian Journal of History 45 (2011): 69–99.

LITERATURE, FILM, AND THE ARTS

Bennett, Lloyd, “For Patriotic Reasons: The I.O.D.E. and Post-War Art in Saskatchewan Schools,” Saskatchewan History 63 (Fall 2011): 38–48.

Devine, Heather, “Ahead of His Time: Joseph Kinsey Howard and the Writing of Strange Empire,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 61 (Winter 2011): 55–72.

Griffin, Dori, “Mapping an Imaginary Arizona: George Avey, Arizona Highways, and Illustrated Cartography,” Journal of Arizona History 52 (Autumn 2011): 245–70.

Mandler, Lou, “Ernest Hemingway’s West,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 61 (Autumn 2011): 22–37.

Martínez, David, “Rabbits and Flying Warriors: The Postindian Imagery of Jim Denomie,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 35, no. 4 (2011): 119–45.

Mithlo, Nancy Marie, “Blood Memory and the Arts: Indigenous Genealogies and Imagined Truths,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 35, no. 4 (2011): 103–18.

Morrell, Kathy, “The Little Engine That Could: Nettie Kryski and the Yorkton Film Festival,” Saskatchewan History 63 (Fall 2011): 6–12.

Svenson, Hope H., “Portland Modern: The Northwest Architecture of Van Evera Bailey,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 112 (Winter 2011): 434–61.

METHOD AND THEORY

Anderson, Steve A., “A New Look at an Old Map: Deconstructing Chapman,” Columbia 25 (Winter 2011/2012): 22–7.

Boag, Peter, “The Trouble with Cross-Dressers: Researching and Writing the History of Sexual and Gender Transgressiveness in the Nineteenth-Century American West,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 112 (Fall 2011): 322–39.

Hill, J. Brett, Mathew Devitt, and Marina Drigo, “Improving Archeological Predictive Modeling for the Santa Cruz Valley National Heritage Area,” CRM 8 (Winter/Summer 2011): 46–60.

Jessee, Erin, “The Limits of Oral History: Ethics and Methodology Amid Highly Politicized Research Settings,” Oral History Review 38 (Summer/Fall 2011): 287–307.

MILITARY AND EXPLORATION

Finley, Chris, “Violence, Genocide, and Captivity: Exploring Cultural Representations of Sacajawea as a Universal Mother of Conquest,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 35, no. 4 (2011): 191–207.

Hedren, Paul L., “Drunk on the Black Hills Road in 1876: Army Reprisals against Doctor Reynolds, Lieutenant Taylor, and Captain Collier,” South Dakota History 41 (Winter 2011): 436–55.

King, Spurgeon, “Confederate Leadership in the West: Towards a New Geostrategic Paradigm,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 70 (Summer 2011): 142–9.

Mendoza, Alexander, “‘For Our Own Best Interests’: Nineteenth-Century Laredo Tejanos, Military Service, and the Development of American Nationalism,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 115 (October 2011): 125–52.

Potter, James E., “Horses: The Army’s Achilles’ Heel in the Civil War Plains Campaigns of 1864–65,” Nebraska History 92 (Winter 2011): 158–69.

Rosales, Steven, “Fighting the Peace at Home: Mexican American Veterans and the 1944 GI Bill of Rights,” Pacific Historical Review 80 (November 2011): 597–627.

Siegel, Clive, “A Wild, Pell-Mell Ride with the People Who Reinvented Buffalo Hunting,” Museum of the Fur Trade Quarterly 47 (Winter 2011): 9–18.

NATIVE AMERICANS

Adams, Kevin, and Khal Schneider, “‘Washington is a Long Way Off’: The ‘Round Valley War’ and the Limits of Federal Power on a California Indian Reservation,” Pacific Historical Review 80 (November 2011): 557–96.

Ciotti, Joseph E., “Historical Views on Mauna Kea: From the Vantage Points of Hawaiian Culture and Astronomical Research,” Hawaiian Journal of History 45 (2011): 147–66.

Colombi, Benedict J., “Salmon and the Adaptive Capacity of Nimiipuu (Nez Perce) Culture to Cope with Change,” American Indian Quarterly 36 (Winter 2012): 75–97.

Means, Jeffrey D., “‘Indians shall do things in common’: Oglala Lakota Identity and Cattle-Raising on the Pine Ridge Reservation,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 61 (Autumn 2011): 3–21.

Miles, Dennis, “‘Educate or We Perish’: The Armstrong Academy’s History as Part of the Choctaw Educational System,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 89 (Fall 2011): 312–37.

Mize, Richard, “Tubbee and His Nieces: Choctaw-White Intermarriage and ‘Indianness’ in the Choctaw Intelligencer,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 89 (Summer 2011): 208–21.

Painter, Bryan, “Sanctuary Soars Higher,” Persimmon Hill 39 (Winter 2011): 40–3.

Sakiestewa Gilbert, Matthew, “Marathoner Louis Tewanima and the Continuity of Hopi Running, 1908–1912,” Western Historical Quarterly 43 (Autumn 2012): 325–346.

Steinke, Christopher, “Leading the ‘Father’: The Pawnee Homeland, Coureurs de Bois, and the Villasur Expedition of 1720,” Great Plains Quarterly 32 (Winter 2012): 43–62.

Steinman, Erich, “Settler Colonial Power and the American Indian Sovereignty Movement: Forms of Domination, Strategies of Transformation,” American Journal of Sociology 117 (January 2012): 1073–130.

POLITICAL AND LEGAL

Kammer, Sean M., “Public Opinion is More Than Law: Popular Sovereignty and Vigilantism in the Nebraska Territory,” Great Plains Quarterly 31 (Fall 2011): 309–24.

Lee, Michael, “Guggenheim for Governor: Antisemitism, Race, and the Politics of Gilded Age Colorado,” Great Plains Quarterly 31 (Fall 2011): 291–307.

Lehr, Quincy R., “Class, Race, and Jack Walton’s Mayoralty of Oklahoma City,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 89 (Summer 2011): 132–51.

McCoy, Matthew G., “Bouncing Checks, Union Bosses, and Newspaper Wars: Arizona’s 1958 Gubernatorial Election,” Journal of Arizona History 52 (Autumn 2011): 271–92.

Rolston, Arthur, “Capital, Corporations, and Their Discontents in Making California’s Constitutions, 1849–1911,” Pacific Historical Review 80 (November 2011): 521–56.

Veil, Fred W., “Murder on Whisky Row: Arizona Territory v. William B. Hellings,” Journal of Arizona History 52 (Winter 2011): 315–36.

Woods, Thomas A., “A Portal to the Past: Property Taxes in the Kingdom of Hawai?i,” Hawaiian Journal of History 45 (2011): 1–47.

PUBLIC HISTORY AND MATERIAL CULTURE

Boyd, Robert, “Sin in the Sagebrush: Creating an Exhibit for the High Desert Museum,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 112 (Winter 2011): 486–506.

Cooper, C. M., “From ‘No Place’ to Home: The Quest for a Western Home in Brewster Higley’s ‘Home on the Range,’” Great Plains Quarterly 31 (Fall 2011): 267–90.

Gruen, J. Philip, “Staging the Past in Montana’s Alder Gulch: Ruminations on History, Tourism, and Preservation,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 61 (Winter 2011): 16–33.

Herbert, Hal, “History in a Trunk: Piecing Together the Life of Aravaipa Valley Prospector Frank Landsman,” Journal of Arizona History 52 (Winter 2011): 355–72.

Iseke, Judy, and Sylvia Moore, “Community-based Indigenous Digital Storytelling with Elders and Youth,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 35, no. 4 (2011): 19–38.

Pearlstein, Ellen, Molly Gleeson, and Renee Riedler, “Collaborating in the Study of California Featherwork,” News from Native California 25 (Fall 2011): 7–10.

Saunders, Ralph, “Using Modern Technology to Help Solve a 200-Year-Old Mystery: The Search for ‘Clark’s Canoe Camp’ on the Yellowstone,” We Proceeded On 37 (November 2011): 18–25.

RELIGION

Huel, Raymond, “Constantine Scollen: The Forgotten Missionary,” Alberta History 59 (Autumn 2011): 10–8.

Locke, Joseph, “Conquering Salem: The Triumph of the Christian Vision in Turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century Texas,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 115 (January 2012): 233–57.

Markowitz, Harvey, “Converting the Rosebud: Sicangu Lakota Catholicism in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries,” Great Plains Quarterly 32 (Winter 2012): 3–23.
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Welborn, C., “Martin Luther’s Fragmented Body: Lutheranism in Astoria, Oregon,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 112 (Winter 2011): 462–85.

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND INDUSTRY

Allan, Chris, “Auto Sleighs and Iron Malamutes: The History of Alaska’s Earliest Snow-Machines,” Alaska History 26 (Fall 2011): 1–18.

Bowers, Del, “Fort Laramie’s Struggle with Typhoid Fever, 1871–1889,” Annals of Wyoming 83 (Summer 2011): 11–25.

Hanson, James A., “Collins Axes,” Museum of the Fur Trade Quarterly 47 (Winter 2011): 1–8.

Jackson, John C., “Meriwether Lewis’s Little Red Book: A Pacific Northwest Legacy,” Columbia 25 (Fall 2011): 14–20.

SOCIAL AND CULTURAL

Brown, Marc D., “Building an Alternative: People’s Food Cooperative in Southeast Portland,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 112 (Fall 2011): 298–321.

Gilbert, Geoffrey N., and Catherine H. Ellis, “‘What Will You Do To Save A Consumptive Brother?’: Freemasonry, the Oracle Sanatorium, and the Anti-Tuberculosis Movement in the Southwest,” Journal of Arizona History 52 (Autumn 2011): 213–44.

Hardaway, Roger D., “Oklahoma’s African American Rodeo Performers,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 89 (Summer 2011): 152–75.

Hedren, Paul L., “The West Loved Oysters Too!: A Look at That Time in America When Those Briny Bivalves Were All the Rage, Even beyond the Missouri River,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 61 (Winter 2011): 3–15.

Little, J. I., “Vancouver’s Playground: Leisure and Sociability on Bowen Island, 1902–57,” BC Studies, no. 171 (Autumn 2011): 37–68.

Moore, Ted, “Speed Merchants: The History of Professional Cycling in Salt Lake City, 1898–1914,” Utah Historical Quarterly 79 (Fall 2011): 317–37.
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