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The Western Historical Quarterly strives to be a congenial home for the study and teaching of all aspects of North American Wests, frontiers, homelands, and borderlands. Our mission is to cultivate the broadest appreciation of this diverse history.
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Recent Articles Spring 2000


Biography

Brimhall, Sandra Dawn, "Sara Alexander: Pioneer Actress and Dancer," Utah Historical Quarterly 66 (Fall 1998): 320--3.

Carmack, Noel A., "Before the Flapper: The Utah Beginnings of John Held, Jr.," Utah Historical Quarterly 66 (Fall 1998): 292--319.

Crouch, Barry A., "A 'Fiend in Human Shape'?: William Clarke Quantrill and His Biographers," Kansas History 22 (Summer 1999): 143--56.

Cummings, Laura, ed., "Zeferino Diego Ferreira: The Life Story of a Villista," Journal of the Southwest 41 (Spring 1999): 1--51.

Dragosani-Brantingham, Justin, "'Proud Are We': Private Rhineheart and the College Company of the Twenty-second Kansas Volunteers," Kansas History 22 (Summer 1999): 100--31.

Geary, Edward A., "Reuben G. Miller: Turn-of-the-Century Rancher, Entrepreneur, and Civic Leader," Utah Historical Quarterly 67 (Spring 1999): 123--47.

Merrill, Irving R., and Mere Wells, "Tim Goodale Comes Home," Overland Journal 17 (Summer 1999): 24--30.

Pearson, Byron, "Newton Drury of the National Park Service: A Reappraisal," Pacific Historical Review 68 (August 1999): 379--424.

Robinson, John W.,"Colonel Edward J. C. Kewen: Los Angeles' Fire-eating Orator of the Civil War Era," Dogtown Territorial Quarterly 38 (Summer 1999): 46--59.

Tower, Elizabeth A., "Anthony J. Dimond: Statehood Pioneer," Alaska History 13 (Spring/Fall 1998): 29--50.

Environment

Annals of Wyoming 71 (Summer 1999). Special Issue, "The Tetons."

Gunter, Pete A. Y., "R. E. Jackson and the Early Big Thicket Conservation Movement, 1929--1957," East Texas Historical Journal 37, no. 2 (1999): 53--63.

Honker, Andrew M., "'Been Grazed Almost to Extinction': The Environment, Human Action, and Utah Flooding, 1900--1940," Utah Historical Quarterly 67 (Winter 1999): 23--47.

Kiester, Edwin, Jr., photographs by Gerry Gropp, "A Town Buries the Axe," Smithsonian 30 (July 1999): 70--9.

Lewandrowski, Jan, and Kevin Ingram, "Policy Considerations fro Increasing Compatibilities between Agriculture and WIldlife," Natural Resources Journal 39 (Spring 1999): 229--69.

Natural Resources Journal 39 (Winter 1999). Special issue on water management.

Paskoff, Paul F., "Hazard Removal on the Western Rivers as a Problem of Public Policy, 1821--1860," Louisiana History 40 (Summer 1999): 261--82.

Smith, J. Brian, "Western Wetlands: The Backwater of Wetlands Regulation," Natural Resources Journal 39 (Spring 1999): 357--413.

Watkins, T. H., photographs by Diane Cook and Len Jenshel,"Celebrating Canyon Country: Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument," National Geographic 196 (July 1999): 94--109.

Yoskowitz, David W., "Spot Market for Water along the Texas Rio Grande: Opportunities for Water Management," Natural Resources Journal 39 (Spring 1999): 345--55.

Ethnicity and Race

Ahmad, Diana l., "To Preserve Moral Virtue: Opium Smoking In Nevada and the Pressure for Chinese Exclusion," Nevada Historical Quarterly 41 (Fall 1998): 141--68.

Barman, Jean, and Bruce M. Watson, "Fort Colvile's Fur Trade Families and the Dyanmics of Race in the Pacific Northwest," Pacific Northwest Quarterly 90 (Summer 1999): 140--51.

Crail-Rugotzke, Donna, "A Matter of Guilt: The Treatment of Hispanic Inmates by New Mexico Courts and the New MExico Territorial Prison, 1890--1912," New Mexico Historical Review 74 (July 1999): 295--314.

Fiset, Louis," Thinning, Topping, and Loading: Japanese Americans and Beet Sugar in World War II," Pacific Northwest Quarterly 90 (Summer 1999): 123--39.

Gerlach, Larry R., "Justice Denied: the Lynching of Robert Marshall," Utah Historical Quarterly 66 (Fall 1998): 355-64.

Gould, Lewis L., and Melissa R. Sneed," Without Pride or Apology: The University of Texas at Austin, Racial Integration, and the Barbara Smith Case," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 103 (July 1999): 67--87.

Journal of the West 38 (July 1999). Special Issue, “Finding Identities in the Canadian West.”

Jung, Moon-Kie, “No Whites, No Asians: Race, Marxism, and Hawai‘i’s Preemergent Working Class,” Social Science History 23 (Fall 1999): 357--93.

Linsley, Judith W., “Main House, Carriage House: African-American Domestic Employees at the McFaddin-Ward House in Beaumont, Texas, 1900--1950,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 103 (July 1999): 17--51.

Obadele-Starks, Ernest, “Black Labor, the Black Middle Class, and Organized Protest along the Upper Texas Gulf Coast, 1883--1945,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 103 (July 1999): 53--65.

Shaffer, Robert, “Opposition to Internment: Defending Japanese American Rights during World War II,” The Historian 61 (Spring 1999): 597--619.

Stone, Glenn Davis, and Christian E. Downum, “Non-Boserupian Ecology and Agricultural Risk: Ethnic Politics and Land Control in the Arid Southwest,” American Anthropologist 101 (March 1999): 113--28.

Exploration

Cox, Thomas R., “Charles A. Geyer, Pioneer Botanist of Upper Oregon,” Idaho Yesterdays 43 (Spring 1999): 11--32.

Frost, O. W., “Getting the Record Straight: Georg Steller’s Plant Collecting on Kayak Island, Alaska, 1741,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 90 (Summer 1999): 115--22.

Hunt, Robert R., “Luck or Providence?: Narrow Escapes on the Lewis and Clark Expedition,” We Proceeded On 25 (August 1999): 4--12.

Reid, Russell, and Clell G. Gannon, “Birds and Mammals Observed by Lewis & Clark in North Dakota,” North Dakota History 66 (Spring 1999): 2--14.

Rogers, Ann, “Clark’s Fort Osage Journal,” We Proceeded On 25 (August 1999): 24--8.

Historiography

Adelman, Jeremy, and Stephen Aron, “From Borderlands to Borders: Empires, Nation-States, and the Peoples in Between in North American History,” American Historical Review 104 (June 1999): 814--81.

Butala, Sharon, “History in the Community: Reflections on the Heritage Endeavour,” Saskatchewan History 51 (Spring 1999): 32--41.

Faragher, John Mack, “Claims and Prospects of Western History: A Roundtable,” Western Historical Quarterly 31 (Spring 1999): 25--46.

Gutiérrez, David G., “Claims and Prospects of Western History: A Roundtable,” Western Historical Quarterly 31 (Spring
1999): 25--46.

Herman, Daniel J., “Romance on the Middle Ground,” Journal of the Early Republic 19 (Summer 1999): 279--91.

Montoya, María E., “Claims and Prospects of Western History: A Roundtable,” Western Historical Quarterly 31 (Spring 1999): 25--46.

Ronda, James P., “Claims and Prospects of Western History: A Roundtable,” Western Historical Quarterly 31 (Spring 1999): 25--46

Scharff, Virginia, “Claims and Prospects of Western History: A Roundtable,” Western Historical Quarterly 31 (Spring 1999): 25--46.

Underwood, Kathleen, “Claims and Prospects of Western History: A Roundtable,” Western Historical Quarterly 31 (Spring 1999): 25--46.

Immigration and Settlement

Bowen, Dawn S., “‘Little Saskatoon’: An Experiment in Land Settlement during the Great Depression,” Saskatchewan History 51 (Spring 1999): 10--28.

Reeve, W. Paul, “Cattle, Cotton, and Conflict: The Possession and Dispossession of Hebron, Utah,” Utah Historical Quarterly 67 (Spring 1999): 148--75.

Rieck, Richard L., “Geography of the Oregon Trail West of Fort Hall: A Plethora of Options,” Overland Journal 17 (Summer 1999): 9--23.

Literature and the Arts

Etulain, Richard W., “Western Stories for the Next Generation,” Western Historical Quarterly 31 (Spring 1999): 5--23.

Krinsky, Carol Herselle, “Karl May’s Western Novels and Aspects of Their Continuing Influence,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 23, no. 2 (1999): 53--72.

McCroskey, Mona Lange, “Grand Canyon National Park in its Infancy, 1920--1923: The Photographs of Robert H. Kuhne,” Journal of Arizona History 40 (Summer 1999): 201--12.

Montana The Magazine of Western History 49 (Summer 1999). Special Issue, “Yellowstone and Western Images.”

Sinowitz, Michael Leigh, “The Western as Postmodern Satiric History: Thomas Berger’s Little Big Man,” Clio 28 (Winter 1999): 129--48.

Western American Literature 34 (Summer 1999). Special Issue, “California Dreaming.”

Mining

Arrington, Leonard J., and Edward Leo Lyman, “The Mormon Church and Nevada Gold Mines,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 41 (Fall 1998): 191--205.

Gavazzi, Italo, “American Flat: Stepchild of the Comstock Lode---Part I,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 41 (Summer 1998): 92--101.

Kendall, Robert E., “American Flat: Stepchild of the Comstock Lode---Part II,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 41 (Summer 1998): 102--14.

McPherson, Robert S., and Richard Kitchen, “Much Ado About Nothing: The San Juan River Gold Rush, 1892--93,” Utah Historical Quarterly 67 (Winter 1999): 68--87.

Native American

Britten, Thomas A., “Hoover and the Indians: The Case for Continuity in Federal Indian Policy, 1900--1933,” The Historian 61 (Spring 1999): 519--38.

Carter, Sarah, “‘An Infamous Proposal’: Prairie Indian Reserve Land and Soldier Settlement after World War I,” Manitoba History 37 (Spring/Summer 1999): 9--21.

Connolly, Loris, “Listen to Grandmother Earth,” Minnesota History 56 (Summer 1999): 323--7.

Fear-Segal, Jacqueline, “Nineteenth-Century Indian Education: Universalism Versus Evolutionism,” Journal of American Studies 33 (August 1999): 323--41.

Karr, Steven M., “Now We Have Forgotten the Old Indian Law: Choctaw Culture and the Evolution of Corporal Punishment,” American Indian Law Review 23, no. 2 (1998--1999): 409--23.

Largent, Floyd B., Jr., “The Florida Quagmire,” American History (October 1999): 40--6.

Mares, Albino, translation and photographs by Don Burgess, “Hit and Run,” Natural History 108 (September 1999): 50--5.

Mitchell, David T., and Melissa Hearn, “Colonial Savages and Heroic Tricksters: Native Americans in the American Tradition,” Journal of Popular Culture 32 (Spring 1999): 101--17.

Onuf, Peter S., “‘We shall all be Americans’: Thomas Jefferson and the Indians,” Indiana Magazine of History 95 (June 1999): 103--41.

Raboff, Adeline Peter, “Preliminary Study of the Western Gwich’in Bands,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 23, no. 2 (1999): 1--25.

Shover, Michele, “The Politics of the 1859 Kibbe Campaign: Northern California Indian-Settler Conflicts of the 1850s,” Dogtown Territorial Quarterly 38 (Summer 1999): 4--25, 32--7.

Wade, Mariah, “Go-Between: The Roles of Native American Women and Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca in Southern Texas in the 16th Century,” Journal of American Folklore 112 (Summer 1999): 332--42.

Wilson, Patrick Impero, “Wolves, Politics, and the Nez Perce: Wolf Recovery in Central Idaho and the Role of Native Tribes,” Natural Resources Journal 39 (Summer 1999): 543--64.

Political and Legal

Cannon, Brian Q., “Mormons and the New Deal: The 1936 Presidential Election in Utah,” Utah Historical Quarterly 67 (Winter 1999): 4--22.

McNeil, Kent, “Sovereignty and the Aboriginal Nations of Rupert’s Land,” Manitoba History 37 (Spring/Summer 1999): 2--8.

Moretta, John, “Pendleton Murrah and States Rights in Civil War Texas,” Civil War History 45 (June 1999): 126--46.

Oregon Historical Quarterly 100 (Spring 1999) Special Issue, “The Civil War in Oregon.”

Religion

Block, Alvina, “George Flett, Presbyterian Missionary to the Ojibwa at Okanaase,” Manitoba History 37 (Spring/Summer 1999): 28--38.

Jorgensen, Danny L., “The Cutlerites of Southwestern Iowa: A Latter-day Saint Schism and its Role in the Early Settlement of Iowa,” Annals of Iowa 58 (Spring 1999): 131--61.

McPherson, Robert S., “‘He Stood for Us Strongly’: Father H. Baxter Liebler’s Mission to the Navajo,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 23, no. 2 (1999): 109--26.

Znamenski, Andrei A., “Native Culture through Orthodox Eyes: Russian Missionary Ioann Bortnovsky on the Dena’ina and Ahtna, 1896--1907,” Alaska History 13 (Spring/Fall 1998): 1--26.

Social

Coleman, Jon, “The Men in McArthur’s Bar,” Western Historical Quarterly 31 (Spring 1999): 47--68.

Fox, Stephen, “‘For a while . . . it was fun,’” Smithsonian 30 (September 1999): 128--42.

Marschall, John P., “The House of Olcovich: A Pioneer Carson City Jewish Family,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 41 (Fall 1998): 169--90.

Parfit, Michael, photographs by William Albert Allard, “Rodeos: Behind the Chutes,” National Geographic 196 (September 1999): 104--25.

Spanish Borderlands

Flint, Richard, and Shirley Cushing Flint, “A Death in Tiguex, 1542,” New Mexico Historical Review 74 (July 1999): 247-- 70.

Roeckell, Lelia M., “Bonds Over Bondage: British Opposition to the Annexation of Texas,” Journal of the Early Republic 19 (Summer 1999): 257--78.

Smith, Jeffrey S., “Spanish-American Village Anatomy,” Geographical Review 88 (July 1998): 440--3.

Walsh, Patrick J., “Living on the Edge of the Neutral Zone: Varieties of Identity in Nacogdoches, Texas 1773--1810,” East Texas Historical Journal 37, no. 2 (1999): 3--24.

Transportation

Bates, Alan L., Martin C. Striegel, and Victoria L. Nugent, “Falls Cities Ferries: A Note,” Indiana Magazine of History 95 (September 1999): 255--77.

Beito, David T., and Linda Royster Beito, “Rival Road Builders: Private Toll Roads in Nevada, 1852--1880,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 41 (Summer 1998): 71--91.

Chamberlin, J. A., “On the Trail of Lewis and Clark: Just Looking,” Idaho Yesterdays 43 (Spring 1999): 5--10.

Clapsaddle, David K., “The Dry Route Revisited,” Overland Journal 17 (Summer 1999): 2--8.

Hunt, W. H., “The Hudson Bay Railway Survey, 1910--1911: A Memoir (Part I)” Manitoba History 37 (Spring/Summer 1999): 39-- 45.

Meschter, Daniel Y., “The First Transmountain Mail Route Contracts; Part X(c)---the Holladay Contract,” La Posta 30 (June/July 1999): 9--20.

Meschter, Daniel Y., “The First Transmoutain Mail Route Contracts; Part X(d)---The Wells Fargo Contract,” La Posta 30 (August/September 1999): 40--8.

Urban

Arvidson, Enid, “Remapping Los Angeles, or, Taking the Risk of Class in Postmodern Urban Theory,” Economic Geography 75 (April 1999): 134--56.

Fairbanks, Robert B., “Rethinking Urban Problems: Planning, Zoning, and City Government in Dallas, 1900--1930,” Journal of Urban History 25 (September 1999): 809--37.

Krouse, Susan Applegate, “Kinship and Identity: Mixed Bloods in Urban Indian Communities,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal no. 2 (1999): 73--89.

Women

Gardner, Martha Mabie, “Working on White Womanhood: White Working Women in the San Francisco Anti-Chinese Movement, 1877-- 1890,” Journal of Social History 33, no. 1 (1999): 73--95.

Hales, David A., “School Days and Schoolmarms,” Utah Historical Quarterly 67 (Spring 1999): 100--10.

Hershberger, Mary, “Mobilizing Women, Anticipating Abolition: The Struggle against Indian Removal in the 1830s,” Journal of American History 86 (June 1999): 15--40.

Hickman, Laura McKee, “Thou Shalt Not Vote: Anti-Suffrage in Nebraska, 1914--1920,” Nebraska History 80 (Summer 1999): 55--65.

Irwin, Mary Ann, “‘Going About and Doing Good’: The Politics of Benevolence, Welfare, and Gender in San Francisco, 1850-- 1880,” Pacific Historical Review 68 (August 1999): 365--96.

MacMahon, Sandra Varney, “Fine Hands for Sowing: The Homesteading Experiences of Remittance Woman Jessie de Prado MacMillan,” New Mexico Historical Review 74 (July 1999): 271--94.

Melcher, Mary, “Times of Crisis and Joy: Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Mothering in Rural Arizona, 1910--1940,” Journal of Arizona History 40 (Summer 1999): 181--200.

Miller, Kristie, “A Volume of Friendship: The Correspondence of Isabella Greenway and Eleanor Roosevelt, 1904--1953,” Journal of Arizona History 40 (Summer 1999): 121--56.

Oderkirk, Wendell W., “‘A Peculiar and Valuable Service’: Early Nebraska Nurse Training Schools, 1888--1926,” Nebraska History 80 (Summer 1999): 66--79.

White, Anne, “The Persons Case: A Struggle for Legal Definition & Personhood,” Alberta History 47 (Summer 1999): 2--9.

Wood, Cynthia A., “The Lieutenants and the Lady: The Trials of Elizabeth Easton Morton,” Journal of Arizona History 40 (Summer 1999): 157--80.

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