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Recent Articles Spring 2002

Agriculture and Ranching

Cothern, Barbara, “Scott’s Modern Caravan:  Brooklyn to Buhl,” Idaho Yesterdays 45 (Spring/Summer 2001):  3--17.

Daynes, Gary, and Richard Ian Kimball, “‘By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them’:  A Cultural History of Orchard Life in Utah Valley,” Utah Historical Quarterly 69 (Summer 2001):  215--31.
 
Foran, Max, “‘Hooves for Gallons’:  The Canada-Russia Barter Deal of 1932--33,” Alberta History 49 (Spring 2001):  12--9.

Kohl, Seena B., “‘Well I have lived in Montana almost a week and like it fine’:  Letters from the Davis Homestead, 1910--1926,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 51 (Autumn 2001): 32--45.

Strey, Gerry, “The ‘Oleo Wars’:  Wisconsin’s Fight over the Demon Spread,” Wisconsin Magazine of History 85 (Autumn 2001):  2--15.

Woodger, Mary Jane, “Bitter Sweet:  John Taylor’s Introduction of the Sugar Beet Industry in Deseret,” Utah Historical Quarterly 69 (Summer 2001):  247--63.

Biography

Bracey, Earnest N., “Ruby Duncan, Operation Life, and Welfare Rights in Nevada,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 44 (Summer 2001):  133--46.

Irish, Kerry E., “The Water Rises:  Clarence C. Dill’s Battle for Grand Coulee Dam,” Columbia 15 (Fall 2001):  5--15.

Journal of the Southwest 43 (Spring/Summer 2001). Special double issue, “‘Like a Brother’: Grenville Goodwin’s Apache Years, 1928--1939,” by Neil Goodwin.

Schneider, Fred, “Oscar H. Will:  North Dakota’s Pioneer Seedman,” North Dakota History 68, no. 1 (2001):  2--19.

Zarbin, Earl, “Desert Land Schemes:  William J. Murphy and the Arizona Canal Company,” Journal of Arizona History 42 (Summer 2001):  155--80.

Economics and Labor

Evans, Sterling, “Prison-Made Binder Twine:  North Dakota’s Connection with Mexico in the Early Twentieth Century,” North Dakota History 68, no. 1 (2001):  20--36.

McKay, Joyce, “Reforming Prisoners and Prisons:  Iowa’s State Prison---The First Hundred Years,” Annals of Iowa 60 (Spring 2001):  139--73.

Pfaff, Christine, “‘Happy Days’ of the Depression:  The Civilian Conservation Corps in Colorado,” Colorado Heritage (Spring 2001):  31--40.

Environment
 
Cunfer, Geoff, “The New Deal’s Land Utilization Program in the Great Plains,” Great Plains Quarterly 21 (Summer 2001):  193--210.

Diamond, David, “‘The Pastoral and the Sublime’:  The Pendley Family Homestead and the Creation of Slide Rock State Park,” Journal of Arizona History 42 (Summer 2001):  129--54.

Hämäläinen, Pekka, “The First Phase of Destruction:  Killing the Southern Plains Buffalo, 1790--1840,” Great Plains Quarterly 21 (Spring 2001):  101--14.

Kerstetter, Todd, “‘The Worst Floods in History’: Federal Government and the Floods of 1944 in the Elkhorn River Basin,” Great Plains Quarterly 21 (Summer 2001):  179--92.

Reid, Kenneth C., “The Prehistory of Fire in the Idaho Rockies,” Idaho Yesterdays 3 (Fall 2001): 3--13.

Robbins, William G., “The Good Fight:  Forest Fire Protection and the Pacific Northwest,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 102 (Fall 2001):  270--89.

Ward, Evan, “The Twentieth-Century Ghosts of William Walker:  Conquest of Land and Water as Central Themes in the History of the Colorado River Delta,” Pacific Historical Quarterly 70 (August 2001):  359--86.

Ethnicity and Race

Annals of Wyoming 73 (Spring 2001). Special issue, “Mexicans, Hispanics in Wyoming,” edited by Antonio Rios-Bustamente.

Beard, Philip R., “The Kansas Colored Literary and Business Academy:  A White Effort at African American Education in Late-Nineteenth-Century Kansas,” Kansas History 24 (Autumn 2001):  200--17.

Chacón, Hipólito Rafael, “Creating a Mythic Past:  Spanish-style Architecture in Montana,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 51 (Autumn 2001):  46--59.

Cohen, Deborah, “Caught in the Middle:  The Mexican State’s Relationship with the United States and Its Own Citizen Workers, 1942--1954,” Journal of American Ethnic History 20 (Spring 2001):  110--32.

Glasrud, Bruce A., “Asians in Texas:  An Overview, 1870--1990,” East Texas Historical Journal 39, no. 2 (2001):  10--22.

Guenther, Todd, “‘Could these bones be from a Negro?’:  Some African American Experiences on the Oregon-California Trail,” Overland Journal 19 (Summer 2001):  42--55.

McManus, Sheila, “Mapping the Alberta-Montana Borderlands:  Race, Ethnicity and Gender in the Late Nineteenth Century,” Journal of American Ethnic History 20 (Spring 2001):  71--87.

Montgomery, Charles, “Becoming ‘Spanish-American’:  Race and Rhetoric in New Mexico Politics, 1880--1928,” Journal of American Ethnic History 20 (Summer 2001):  59--84.

Moreno, Deborah, “‘Here the Society Is United’:  ‘Respectable’ Anglos and Intercultural Marriage in Pre-Gold Rush California,” California History 80 (Spring 2001):  2--17.

Perez, Michael P., “Contested Sites:  Pacific Resistance in Guam to U.S. Empire,” Amerasia Journal 27, no. 1 (2001):  97--115.

Sanders, Katrina M., “The Burlington Self-Survey in Human Relations:  Interracial Efforts for Constructive Community Change, 1949--1951,” Annals of Iowa 60 (Summer 2001):  244--69.

Sawchuk, Joe, “Negotiating an Identity:  Métis Political Organizations, the Canadian Government, and Competing Concepts of Aboriginality,” American Indian Quarterly 25 (Winter
2001):  73--92.

Schulze, Jeffrey M., “The Rediscovery of the Tiguas:  Federal Recognition and Indianness in the Twentieth Century,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 105 (July 2001):  15--40.

Shankar, Lavina Dhingra, and Pallassana R. Balgopal, “South Asian Immigrants before 1950: The Formation of Ethnic, Symbolic, and Group Identity,” Amerasia Journal 27, no. 1 (2001): 55--85.

Exploration

Hendrix, James P., Jr., “A New Vision of America:  Lewis and Clark and the Emergence of the American Imagination,” Great Plains Quarterly 21, (Summer 2001):  211--32.

Holland, Leandra, “Preserving Food on the L&C Expedition:  After you’ve killed a buffalo and eaten your fill of it, what do you do with the leftovers?” We Proceeded On 27 (August 2001):  6--11.

Wood, W. Raymond, “John Thomas Evans:  An Overlooked Precurson to Lewis and Clark,” North Dakota History 68, no. 2 (2001):  27--37.

Immigration and Settlement

Bellfy, Phil, “Migration and the Unmaking of America,” Journal of American Ethnic History 20 (Spring 2001):  9--22.

Chliboyko, Jim, “Brief Empire:  Canada’s First Chinese Settlement,” The Beaver 81 (August/September 2001):  22--25.

West, Elliott, “American Pathways,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 51 (Autumn 2001):  20--31.

Wilson, John P., “From the Colorado to the Río Grande:  Across Arizona and New Mexico with the California Column,” New Mexico Historical Review 76 (July 2001):  255--84.

Literature and the Arts

Coulombe, Joseph L., “Go East, Young Man:  Class Conflict and Degenerate Manhood in Mark Twain’s Early Writings,” Western American Literature 36 (Fall 2001):  233--58.

Cuba, Stanley, “Vance Kirkland:  Confronting Colorado in Art,” Colorado Heritage (Summer 2001):  3--20.

Dippie, Brian W., “‘Flying Buffaloes’:  Artists and the Buffalo Hunt,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 51 (Summer 2001):  2--19.

Evans, Stephen F., “‘Open Containers’:  Sherman Alexie’s Drunken Indians,” American Indian Quarterly 25 (Winter 2001):  46--72.

Godfrey, Kathleen, “Barbara Kingsolver’s Cherokee Nation:  Problems of Representation in Pigs in Heaven,” Western American Literature 36 (Fall 2001):  259--78.

Hagerty, Donald J., “Maynard Dixon and a Changing West, 1917--1935,” Montana: The Magazine of Western History 51 (Summer 2001):  36--51.

Hawker, Ronald W., “Transformed or Transformative?  Two Northwest Coast Artists in the Era of Assimilation,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 25, no. 2 (2001):  37--62.

Jackson, Jack, and James E. Ivey, “Mystery Artist of the Alamo:  José Juan Sánchez,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 105 (October 2001):  207--54.

Jacobs, Margaret D., “Mixed-Bloods, Mestizas, and Pintos:  Race, Gender, and Claims to Whiteness in Helen Hunt Jackson’s Ramona and María Amparo Ruiz de Burton’s Who Would Have Thought It?” Western American Literature 36 (Fall 2001):  212--32.

Linsenmayer, Penny T., “Kansas Settlers on the Osage Diminished Reservation:  A Study of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House on the Prairie,” Kansas History 24 (Autumn 2001):  168--85.

Mihelich, John, “Smoke or Signals?:  American Popular Culture and the Challenge to Hegemonic Images of American Indians in Native American Film,” Wicazo Sa Review 16 (Summer 2001):
129--38.

Pack, Sam, “The Best of Both Worlds:  Otherness, Appropriation, and Identity in Thunderheart,” Wicazo Sa Review 16 (Summer 2001):  97--114.

Military
 
Cox, Patrick L., “‘An Enemy Closer to Us Than Any European Power’:  The Impact of Mexico on Texan Public Opinion before World War I,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 105 (July 2001):  41--80.

Gracy, David B., II, “‘Just As I Have Written It’:  A Study of the Authenticity of the Manuscript of José Enrique de la Peña’s Account of the Texas Campaign,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 105 (October 2001):  255--92.

Parker, Watson, “Military Posts of the Black Hills,” Journal of America’s Military Past 28 (Spring/Summer 2001):  5--20.

Native Americans

Britten, Thomas A., “The Creek Draft Rebellion of 1918:  Wartime Hysteria and Indian-Baiting in WWI Oklahoma,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 79 (Summer 2001):  200--15.

Farr, William E., “‘When We Were First Paid’:  The Blackfoot Treaty, The Western Tribes, and the Creation of the Common Hunting Ground, 1855,” Great Plains Quarterly 21 (Spring 2001): 131--54.

Furtwangler, Albert, “Sacagawea’s Son as a Symbol,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 102 (Fall 2001):  290--315.

Greene, Jerome A., “The Surrounding of Red Cloud and Red Leaf, 1876:  A Preemptive Maneuver of the Great Sioux War,” Nebraska History 82 (Summer 2001):  69--75.

Hanson, Randel D., “Half Lives of Reagan’s Indian Policy:  Marketing Nuclear Waste to American Indians,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 25, no. 1 (2001):  21--44.

Kelley, Klara, and Harris Francis, “Indian Giving:  Allotments on the Arizona Navajo Railroad Frontier, 1904--1937,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 25, no. 2 (2001):  63--91.

Larson, Robert W., “Lakota Leaders and Government Agents:  A Story of Changing Relationships,” Nebraska History 82 (Summer 2001):  47--57.

Lees, William B., Douglas D. Scott, and C. Vance Haynes, “History Underfoot:  The Search for Physical Evidence of the 1868 Attack on Black Kettle’s Village,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 79 (Summer 2001):  158--81.

Lynn-Sherow, Bonnie, and Susannah Ural Bruce, “‘How Cola’ From Camp Funston:  American Indians and the Great War,” Kansas History 24 (Summer 2001):  84--97.

Molin, Paulette F., “‘To Be Examples to . . . Their People’:  Standing Rock Sioux Students at Hampton Institute, 1878--1923 (Part One),” North Dakota History 68, no. 2 (2001):  2--23.

Ostler, Jeffrey, “‘The Last Buffalo Hunt’ and Beyond:  Plains Sioux Economic Strategies in the Early Reservation Period,” Great Plains Quarterly 21 (Spring 2001):  115--30.

Pickering, Kathleen, and David Mushinski, “Making the Case for Culture in Economic Development:  A Cross-Section Analysis of Western Tribes,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 25, no. 1 (2001):  45--64.

Reed, T. V., “Old Cowboys, New Indians:  Hollywood Frames the American Indian,” Wicazo Sa Review 16 (Summer 2001):  75--96.

Roth, Christopher F., “‘The Names Spread in All Directions’:  Hereditary Titles in Tsimshian Social and Political Life,” BC Studies 130 (Summer 2001):  69--92.

Whitacre, Christine, “The Search for the Site of the Sand Creek Massacre,” Prologue 33 (Summer 2001):  97-108.

Religion

Entz, Gary R., “Zion Valley:  The Mormon Origins of St. John, Kansas,” Kansas History 24 (Summer 2001):  98--117.

Western States Jewish History 34 (Fall/Winter 2001). Special issue, “Walla Walla:  Judaism in a Rural Setting,” by Benjamin Rigsberg.

Social

Barrios, Frank M., “The Golds of Gold Alley:  A Photographic View of a Phoenix Neighborhood in the 1910s and 1920s,” Journal of Arizona History 42 (Autumn 2001):  301--20.

Hietter, Paul T., “To Encourage the Preservation and Sanctity of the Marriage Relation: Victorian Attitudes in Arizona Territory and the Murder Prosecution of Frank C. Kibbey,” Journal of Arizona History 42 (Autumn 2001):  249--76.

McLure, Helen, “‘With the Past Let These Be Buried’:  The 1873 Mob Massacre of the Hill Family in Springtown, Texas,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 105 (October 2001):  293-- 322.

Smith, Duane A., “The Rooters Versus the Neversweats:  Baseball in Southwestern Colorado, 1876--1910,” Colorado Heritage (Spring 2001):  16--30.

Tate, Michael L., “Life Beyond Soldiering:  Entrepreneurs, Investors, & Retirees,” Nebraska History 82 (Summer 2001):  58--68.

Women

Blew, Mary Clearman, ed., “‘When Montana and I Were Young’:  Margaret Bell’s Memoir of a Northern Montana Childhood,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 51 (Autumn 2001): 2--19.

Breedlove, Anne M., “‘Inspired and Possessed’:  San Francisco Women Newspaper Publishers,” California History 80 (Spring 2001):  48--63.

Christman, Anastasia J., “‘To Have and To Hold’: The San Pedro Woman’s Club and the Union of Two Cities, 1906--1909,” California History 80 (Spring 2001):  34--47.

Schrems, Suzanne H., “The Ultimate Patriots?:  Oklahoma Women of the Ku Klux Klan,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 79 (Summer 2001):  182--99.

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