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Recent Articles Summer 2000

Biography

Brown, Jo Ann, “George Drouillard and Fort Massac,” We Proceeded On 25 (November 1999): 16--9.

Earl, Phillip I., “Bill Stewart’s Last Hurrah: Bullfrog County, 1906--1909,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 42 (Summer 1999): 119--74.

Green, Larry, “John McDonald of Garth: The Last Nor’Wester,” Alberta History 47 (Autumn 1999): 2--12.

Hinsley, Curtis M., “Life on the Margins: The Ethnographic Poetics of Frank Hamilton Cushing,” Journal of the Southwest 41 (Autumn 1999): 371--82.

Irwin, Ned L., “Voice in the Wilderness: John Haywood and the Preservation of Early Tennessee History,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 58 (Fall 1999): 239--53.

Lee, Susan M., “William P. ‘Bill’ Atkinson: The Father of Midwest City, Oklahoma,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 77 (Fall 1999): 322--41.

May, Jon D., “‘The Most Ferocious of Monsters’: The Story of Outlaw Crawford Goldsby, alias ‘Cherokee Bill’,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 77 (Fall 1999): 273--89.

Millar, Ruth, “Rogues, Heroes, Adventurers, and Trailblazers---Charlie Parmer: Notorious Outlaw or Faker?” Saskatchewan History 51 (Fall 1999): 44--7.

Paulson, Jean R., “Samuel W. Taylor: Talented Native Son,” Utah Historical Quarterly 67 (Summer 1999): 265--84.

Preece, Harold, “Jacob de Cordova: A Jew, Deep in the Heart of Texas,” Western States Jewish History 29 (January 1997): 67--74.

Singerman, Robert, “The San Francisco Journalism of I. N. Choynski, Part I,” Western States Jewish History 29 (January 1997): 7--48.

Singerman, Robert, “The San Francisco Journalism of I. N. Choynski, Part II,” Western States Jewish History 29 (April 1997): 166--90.

Singerman, Robert, “The San Francisco Journalism of I. N. Choynski, Part III,” Western States Jewish History 29 (July 1997): 260--82.

Unwin, Peter, “The Mohawk Princess,” Beaver 79 (October/November 1999): 15--20.

Winfield, Stanley, “John Weinfield: First Jewish Pharmacist of Calgary, Canada,” Western States Jewish History 30 (January 1998): 155--8.

Economics and Labor

Baldasty, Gerald J., “Newspapers for ‘the Wage Earning Class’: E. W. Scripps and the Pacific Northwest,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 90 (Fall 1999): 171--81.

Flack, Dora D., “A Saga of Sugar: The Startup Family,” Beehive History 25 (1999): 28--31.

Huberman, Michael and Denise Young, “Cross-Border Unions: Internationals in Canada, 1901--1914,” Explorations in Economic History 36 (July 1999): 204--31.

Lee, Chulhee, “Farm Value and Retirement of Farm Owners in Early-Twentieth-Century America,” Explorations in Economic
History 36 (October 1999): 387--408.

Morse, Minna, “The First Empire Builder of the Northwest,” Smithsonian 30 (October 1999): 130--49.

Rowley, William D., “People of Good Hope in the Land of Nod,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 42 (Spring 1999): 3--20.

Solovjova, Katerina, and Aleksandra Vovnyanko, “The Rise and Decline of the Lebedev-Lastochkin Company: Russian Colonization of South Central Alaska, 1787--1798,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 90 (Fall 1999): 191--205.

Environment

Chochla, Mark, “Victorian Fly Fishers on the Nipigon,” Ontario History 91 (Autumn 1999): 151--63.

Edwards, Douglas M., “Show Windows of the West: Exhibitionary Complexes and the Promotion of Montana’s
Agricultural Possibilities,” Agricultural History 73 (Summer 1999): 322--48.

Journal of the West 38 (October 1999). Special issue, “The West and Its Forests,” edited by Robert Bunting. Journal of the Western Slope 13 (Winter/Spring 1998).

Special issue, “Wild Horses in the West.”

Larson, Douglas W., “Probing the Depths of Crater Lake: A Century of Scientific Research,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 100 (Fall 1999): 289--319.

Logan, Michael F., “Head-Cuts and Check-Dams: Changing Patterns of Environmental Manipulation by the Hohokam and Spanish in the Santa Cruz River Valley, 200--1820,” Environmental History 4 (July 1999): 405--30.

Miller, George R., “The Great Willamette River Flood of 1861,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 100 (Summer 1999): 183--307.

Minckley, W. L., “Frederic Morton Chamberlain’s 1904 Survey of Arizona Fishes, With Annotations,” Journal of the Southwest 41 (Summer 1999): 177--238.

Sadin, Paul, “Coming Full Circle: The Development of Mount Rainier’s Wonderland Trail, 1907--1939,” Columbia 13 (Winter 1999--2000): 24--33.

Sowards, Adam M., “Administrative Trials, Environmental Consequences, and the Use of History in Arizona’s Tonto National Forest, 1926--1996,” Western Historical Quarterly 31 (Summer 2000): 189--214.

Ulrich, Roberta, “Empty Promises, Empty Nets,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 100 (Summer 1999): 134--57.

Wonders, Karen, “A Sportman’s Eden, Part I,” Beaver 79 (October/November 1999): 26--32.

Wonders, Karen, “A Sportman’s Eden, Part II,” Beaver 79 (December 1999/January 2000): 30--7.

Ethnicity and Race

Clemmons, Linda, “‘Our children are in danger of becoming little Indians’: Protestant Missionary Children and Dakotas, 1835--1862,” Michigan Historical Review 25 (Fall 1999): 69--90.

D’Azevedo, Warren L., “The Ethnic Minority Experience at the University of Nevada, 1874--1974,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 41 (Winter 1998): 225--92.

Dobak, William A., “Fort Riley’s Black Soldiers and the Army’s Changing Role in the West, 1867--1885,” Kansas History 22 (Autumn 1999): 214--27.

Gonzales, Phillip B., “La Junta De Indignación: Hispano Repertoire of Collective Protest in New Mexico, 1884--1933,” Western Historical Quarterly 31 (Summer 2000): 161--88

Hawkins, Anne P. W. “Hoeing Their Own Row: Black Agriculture and the Agrarian Ideal in Kansas, 1880--1920,” Kansas History 22 (Autumn 1999): 200--13.

Kurumada, Helen Gim, “‘Little Bubbles’: A Chinese American oral history,” edited by Leslie G. Kelen and Eileen Hallet Stone, Beehive History 25 (1999): 22--3.

Levy, JoAnn, “Chinese in the Gold Rush,” Dogtown Territorial Quarterly 39 (Fall 1999): 16--22.

McCusker, Kristine M., “Interracial Communities and Civil Rights Activism in Lawrence, Kansas, 1945--1948,” Historian 61 (Summer 1999): 783--800.

Mar, Don, “Regional Differences in Asian American Earnings Discrimination: Japanese, Chinese, and Filipino American Earnings in California and Hawaii,” Amerasia 25, no. 2 (1999): 67--93.

Murphy, Thomas W., “From Racist Stereotype to Ethnic Identity: Instrumental Uses of Mormon Racial Doctrine,” Ethnohistory 46 (Summer 1999): 451--80.

San Miguel, Guadalupe, Jr., “The Rise of Recorded Tejano Music in the Post-World War II years, 1946--1964,” Journal of American Ethnic History 19 (Fall 1999): 26--49.

Solórzano, Armando, “The Making of Latino Families in Utah,” Beehive History 25 (1999): 18--21.

Exploration

Barr, William, “Dr. John Rae’s Telegraph Survey, St. Paul, Minnesota to Quesnel, British Columbia, 1864,” Manitoba History 38 (Autumn/Winter 1999/2000): 2--13.

Clayton, Daniel, “Circumscribing Vancouver Island,” BC Studies 122 (Summer 1999): 7--22.

Knowles, Charles R., “On the Trail of Lewis and Clark: Lewis and Clark’s Guide Old Toby,” Idaho Yesterdays 43 (Summer 1999): 14--20.

Volpe, Vernon L., “Beyond a Literary Adventure: Bonneville’s and Fremont’s Conquest of the Wind Rivers,” Annals of Wyoming 71 (Autumn 1999): 15--28.

Wolf, James R., “General Sheridan’s Pass, 1807--1883,” Annals of Wyoming 71 (Autumn 1999): 29--40.

Fur Trade

Hanson, Charles E., Jr., “Thoughts on the Mountain Man and the Fur Trade,” Museum of the Fur Trade Quarterly 35 (Winter 1999): 2--8.

Scheffer, Victor B., “The Last of the Sea Otter Hunters,” Columbia 13 (Winter 1999--2000): 14--16.

Historiography

Baldwin, George C., “The Vanishing Inscription,” Journal of the Southwest 41 (Summer 1999): 119--76.

Blakeslee, Donald T., and David T. Hughes, “Southern Plains Archaeology, 1955--1995,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review 70 (1997): 5--35.

Dyson, Lowell K., “Guide to the Records of the Agricultural History Society, 1919--1982,” Agricultural History 73 (Fall 1999): 614--55.

Erisman, Fred, “Thoreau, Alcott, and the Mythic West,” Western American Literature 34 (Fall 1999): 302--15.

Haefeli, Evan, “A Note on the Use of North American Borderlands,” American Historical Review 104 (October 1999): 1222--5.

Large, Arlen J., “All in the Family: The In-house Honorifics of Lewis and Clark,” We Proceeded On 25 (November 1999): 10--1.

Lomax, Ken S., “‘Brought to You by Transcription’: Portland’s Radio History,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 100 (Fall 1999): 320--7.

Stehle, Randy, “The Great Seward Tidal Storm of 1913,” La Posta 30 (October/November 1999): 52--6.

Stevenson, Winona, “Indigenous Voices, Indigenous Histories---The Social Relations of Oral History,” Saskatchewan History 51 (Fall 1999): 29--35.

Woodbury, Richard B., and Nathalie F. S. Woodbury, “The Rise and Fall of the Bureau of American Ethnology,” Journal of the Southwest 41 (Autumn 1999): 283--96.

Immigration and Settlement

Arnold, A. J., “Jewish Pioneer Settlements in Saskatchewan, Canada, 1884+,” Western States Jewish History 31 (Fall 1998/5859): 43--57.

Bucklin, Steven J., ed., “‘Pioneer Days of South Dakota’: The Memoir of Frank Bloodgood,” South Dakota History 29 (Summer 1999): 113--54.

Claerbout, Diane, “The Weilheimers: The Jewish Pioneer Family of Mountain View, California,” Western States Jewish History 30 (October 1997): 71--7.

Fierman, Floyd S., “Philip and Samuel H. Drachman and the Goldberg Brothers: Arizona Pioneers,” Western States Jewish History 31 (Winter/Spring 1999/5859): 131--46.

Gjerde, Jon, and Anne McCants, “Individual Life Chances, 1850--1910: A Norwegian-American Example,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 30 (Winter 1999): 377--405.

“Introduction to Arizona in the ‘50s: Capt. James Henry Tevis, Founder of Bowie, Arizona,” Cochise County Historical Journal (Fall/Winter 1999/2000): 24--30.

Olson, Paul A., “Reading Space as Time in Great Plains Recollective Architecture,” Nebraska History 80 (Fall 1999): 109--22.

Sands, Peggy, “Till the End of Time: Awaiting the Millennium in Wisconsin,” Wisconsin Magazine of History 83 (Autumn 1999): 3--30.

Taylor, Anna J., “Hispanic Settlement of the Texas Panhandle-Plains, 1876--1884,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review
70 (1997): 36--58.

Military

Crossley, Rod, “Guardians of the Coast---A Postal History. Part I: The Pacific Northwest,” La Posta 30 (December 1999--January 2000): 9--18.

Foster, Doug, “Imperfect Justice: The Modoc War Crimes Trial of 1873,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 100 (Fall 1999): 247--87.

Fox, John, “California’s New Ireland, El Proyecto Macnamara,” Dogtown Territorial Quarterly 39 (Fall 1999): 38--43.

Keener, Craig S., “An Ethnohistorical Analysis of Iroquois Assault Tactics Used against Fortified Settlements of the Northeast in the Seventeenth Century,” Ethnohistory 46 (Fall 1999): 777--807.

McCue, Michael Westaway, “From the Mouths of My Cannon,” Beaver 79 (October/November 1999): 21--5.

Matthews, James T., “Into the Rough Mountains: Campaigns of the Frontier Army in the Guadalupe Mountains,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review 71 (1998): 14--23.

Patrick, Jeffrey L., “Guarding the Border during the Mexican Revolution: The Memoir of Ward Schrantz, 22nd U.S. Infantry,” Military History of the West 29 (Fall 1999): 121--45.

Rea, Bob, ed., “The Red River War Diary of Private John Hechner,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review 71 (1998): 24--38.

Stagg, J. C. A., “Between Black Rock and a Hard Place: Peter B. Porter’s Plan for an American Invasion of Canada in 1812,” Journal of the Early Republic 19 (Fall 1999): 385--422.

Thomas, Thornton, “Nootka Sound in the 1790s: Britain Threatens Spain with War,” Columbia 13 (Winter 1999/2000): 40--3.

Mining

Core, Thomas H., “The Worthless Gold Mine That Changed Southern California,” Dogtown Territorial Quarterly 39 (Fall 1999): 23--37.

Loosbrock, Richard D., “The Changing Faces of a Mining Town: The Dual Labor System in Elizabethtown, New Mexico,” New Mexico Historical Review 74 (October 1999): 353--73.

Mercier, Laurie, “‘Instead of Fighting the Common Enemy’: Mine Mill versus the Steelworkers in Montana, 1950--1967,” Labor History 40 (November 1999): 459--80.

Moehring, Eugene P., “‘Promoting the Varied Interests of the New and Rising Community’: The Booster Press on Nevada’s Mining Frontier, 1859--1885,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 42 (Summer 1999): 91--118.

West, Elliott, “Golden Dreams: Colorado, California, and the Reimagining of America,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 49 (Autumn 1999): 2--11.

Witschi, Nicolas, “John of the Mines: Muir’s Picturesque Rewrite of the Gold Rush,” Western American Literature, 34 (Fall 1999): 316--43.

Native American

Adams, E. Charles, and M. Nieves Zedeño, “BAE Scholars as Documenters of Diversity and Change at Hopi, 1870--1895,” Journal of the Southwest 41 (Autumn 1999): 311--44.

American Indian Culture and Research Journal 23, no. 3 (1999). Special issue on health, fitness, and disease in Indian populations.

Ellis, Mark R., “Reservation Akicitas: The Pine Ridge Indian Police, 1879--1885,” South Dakota History 29 (Fall 1999): 185--210.

Fuss, Allison, “Cowboys on the Reservation: The Growth of Rodeo as a Lakota National Pastime,” South Dakota History 29 (Fall 1999): 211--28.

Haines, Joe D., Jr., “‘For our sake do all you can’: The Indian Captivity and Death of Clara and Willie Blinn,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 77 (Summer 1999): 170--83.

Hale, Frederick, “Recounting the Removal: Recent Native American Literary Reconstruction of the Trail of Tears,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 77 (Summer 1999): 184--95.

Hinton, Leanne, “Ishi’s Brain,” News from Native California,13 (Fall 1999): 4--9.

Jones, Sondra, “‘Redeeming’ the Indian: The Enslavement of Indian Children in New Mexico and Utah,” Utah Historical Quarterly 67 (Summer 1999): 220--41.

Jordan, Capt. H. F., “Trailing Apaches,” Cochise County Historical Journal 29 (Fall/Winter 1999/2000): 36--41.

Kelm, Mary-Ellen, “British Columbia First Nations and the Influenza Pandemic of 1918--19,” BC Studies 122 (Summer 1999): 23--47.

McPherson, Robert S., “Of Papers and Perception: Utes and Navajos in Journalistic Media, 1900--1930,” Utah Historical Quarterly 67 (Summer 1999): 196--219.

Mann, Rob, “The Silenced Miami: Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Evidence for Miami-British Relations, 1795--1812,” Ethnohistory 46 (Summer 1999): 399--427.

O’Neill, Colleen, “The ‘Making’ of the Navajo Worker: Navajo Households, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Off-Reservation Wage Work, 1948--1960,” New Mexico Historical Review 74 (October 1999): 375--405.

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

Reinhardt, Akim D., “Spontaneous Combustion: Prelude to Wounded Knee 1973,” South Dakota History 29 (Fall 1999): 229--44.

Rosier, Paul C., “‘The Real Indians, Who Constitute the Real Tribe’: Class, Ethnicity, and IRA Politics on the Blackfeet Reservation,” Journal of American Ethnic History 18 (Summer 1999): 3--39.

Sarvé-Gorham, Kristan, “Games of Chance: Gambling and Land Tenure in Tracks, Love Medicine, and The Bingo Palace,” Western American Literature 34 (Fall 1999): 276--301.

Shaller, Rolla, and Christopher Lintz, “The Keith Site Burial, Randall County, Texas,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review 70 (1997): 59--66.

Walker, William H., “Ritual, Life Histories, and the Afterlives of People and Things,” Journal of the Southwest 41 (Autumn 1999): 383--405.

Political and Legal

Bachhofer, Aaron II, “Strange Bedfellows: Progressivism, Radicalism, and the Oklahoma Constitution in Historical Perspective,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 77 (Fall 1999): 244--71.

Cannon, Brian Q., “Power Relations: Western Rural Electric Cooperates and the New Deal,” Western Historical Quarterly 31 (Summer 2000): 133--160.

Garrison, Tim Alan, “Beyond Worcester: The Alabama Supreme Court and the Sovereignty of the Creek Nation,” Journal of the Early Republic 19 (Fall 1999): 423--50.

Mach, Thomas S., “George Hunt Pendleton, the Ohio Idea and Political Continuity in Reconstruction America,” Ohio History 108 (Summer/Autumn 1999): 125--44.

Sayre, Nathan, “The Cattle Boom in Southern Arizona: Towards a Critical Political Ecology,” Journal of the Southwest 41 (Summer 1999): 239--71.

Scruggs, Thomas E., "Davy Crockett and the ThievesJericho: An Analysis of the Shackford-Parrington Conspiracy Theory,” Journal of the Early Republic 19 (Fall 1999): 481--98.

Religion

“Anti-Jewish Sentiment in California, 1855,” Western States Jewish History 31 (Winter/Spring 1999/5859): 111--30.

Bloom, Jessie S., “The Jews of Alaska, 1869--1961,” Western States Jewish History 31 (Winter/Spring 1999/5859): 147--67.

Carey, Henry L., “Adolph Gluck: The Jewish Mayor of Wild and Wooly Dodge City, Kansas,” Western States Jewish History 29 (July 1997): 249--54.

Chanin, Abraham S., “Herman Bendell: The Jewish Chief of the Indians of Arizona, 1871--1873,” Western States Jewish History 31 (Summer 1999/5859): 336--44.

Cristol, Gerry, “A Light in the Prairie: Temple Emanu-El of Dallas,” Western States Jewish History 31 (Fall 1998/5859): 2--20.

Felstein, Janice J., ed., “Jacob Weinstein---Early Days in the Rabbinate: Austin and San Francisco,” Western States Jewish History 29 (July 1997): 239--48.

Firestone, Melvin M., “Sephardic Folk-Curing in Seattle,” Western States Jewish History 29 (July 1997): 203--18.

Goodwin, George M., “Frank Lloyd Wright, Jews, and the West,” Western States Jewish History 30 (January 1998): 98--125.

Kaplan, Dana Evan, “Judaism and Intermarriage: A Discussion in 19th Century California, 1857--1859,” Western States Jewish History 31 (Summer 1999/5859): 352--63.

Leonoff, Cyril E., “Dawson City, Yukon Revisited, 1898--1998,” Western States Jewish History 31 (Summer 1999/5859): 322--35.

Levinson, Robert, “The Jews of Eugene, Oregon,” Western States Jewish History 30 (October 1997): 41--62.

Sanders, Harry M., “The Jews of Alberta,” Alberta History 47 (Autumn 1999): 20--6.

Stern, Norton B., “Jewish Beginnings in the Canadian Far West, 1858+,” Western States Jewish History 30 (July 1998): 342--50.

Stone, Bryan Edward, “Edgar Goldberg and Forty Years of the Texas Jewish Herald,” Western States Jewish History 30 (July 1998): 290--314.

Western States Jewish History 29 (October 1996). Special issue, “Sephardic Jews in the West Coast States,” edited by William M. Kramer.

Social

Boag, Peter, “Sex & Politics in Progressive-Era Portland & Eugene: The 1912 Same-Sex Vice Scandal,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 100 (Summer 1999): 158--81.

Chapman, David L., “Everything Rolled Downhill: A Brief History of the Akanogan County Courthouse,” Columbia 13 (Winter 1999/2000): 18--23.

Davies, Richard O., “The Age of Jimmy the Greek: Sports Wagering in Modern America,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 42 (Spring 1999): 21--45.

Feeley-Harnik, Gillian, “‘Communities of Blood’: The Natural History of Kinship in Nineteenth-Century America,” Comparative Studies in Society and History 41 (April 1999): 15--62.

Harmon, Mella Rothwell, “Getting Renovated---Reno Divorces in the 1930s,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 42 (Spring 1999): 46--68.

Harmon, Mella Rothwell, “Landrum’s---The ‘Biggest Little Diner’ in Reno Art Moderne and the American Hamburger,” Nevada Historical Quarterly 41 (Winter 1998): 293--307.

Hewes, Leslie, “Gleanings from the Coulter School Memoirs: Recollections of Pioneering in Logan County,” Chronicle of Oklahoma 77 (Summer 1999): 184--95.

Hoy, Jim, “Whither Cowboy Poetry?” Great Plains Quarterly 19 (Fall 1999): 291--5.

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

Kross, Jessica, “Mansions, Men, Women, and the Creation of Multiple Publics in Eighteenth-Century British North America,” Journal of Social History 33 (Winter 1999): 385--408.

Lauck, Jon, “‘The Silent Artillery of Time’: Understanding Social Change in the Rural Midwest,” Great Plains Quarterly 19 (Fall 1999): 245--55.

Marten, James, “‘We Always Looked Forward to the Hunters Coming’: The Culture of Pheasant Hunting in South Dakota,” South Dakota History 29 (Summer 1999): 87--112.

Nelson, Philip J., “Community Dreaming in the Rural Northwest: The Montana Study, 1944--47,” Great Plains Quarterly 19 (Fall 1999): 257--75.

Olin, Ronald, “The Postal History of the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota,” La Posta 30 (October/November 1999): 69--72.

Reynolds, David R., “The Making of Buck Creek: Country Life Reform, Religion, and Rural School Consolidation,” Annals of Iowa 58 (Fall 1999): 351--87.

Stone, Eileen Hallet, “Glimpses of Utah Jewish Life,” Beehive History 25 (1999): 32--5.

Thies, Randall M., “Civil War Valor in Concrete: David A. Lester and the Kinsley Civil War Monument,” Kansas History 22 (Autumn 1999): 164--81.

Zelinsky, Edward Galland, “The Galland Brothers of San Francisco and the Galland Laundry,” Western States Jewish History 30 (July 1998): 351--8.

Spanish Borderlands

Durand, Jorge, Douglas S. Massey, and Emilio A. Parrado, “The New Era of Mexican Migration to the United States,” Journal of American History 86 (September 1999): 518--36.

Gutiérrez, David G., “Migration, Emergent Ethnicity, and the Third Space’: The Shifting Politics of Nationalism in Greater Mexico,” Journal of American History 86 (September 1999): 481--517.

Lavrin, Asunción, “Indian Brides of Christ: Creating New Spaces for Indigenous Women in New Spain,” Mexican Studies 15 (Summer 1999): 225--60.

Thelen, David, “Rethinking History and the Nation-State: Mexico and the United States,” Journal of American History 86 (September 1999): 439--55.

Transportation

de la Garza, Phyllis, “Historic Railroad Avenue, Willcox, Arizona,” Cochise County Historical Journal 29 (Fall/Winter 1999/2000): 16--23.

de la Garza, Phyllis, “The Mascot & Western Railroad: History of a Scam Operation,” Cochise County Historical Journal 29 (Fall/Winter 1999/2000): 7--14.

Elliott, Jack D., Jr., “Three Chopped Way and Representations of Yesteryear,” Journal of Mississippi History 61 (Fall 1999): 213--34.

Lyman, Edward Leo, “The Arrowhead Trails Highway: The Beginnings of Utah’s Other Route to the Pacific Coast,” Utah Historical Quarterly 67 (Summer 1999): 242--64.

Meschter, Daniel Y., “The First Transmountain Mail Route Contracts; Part X(e)---The Overland Mail Company, Route 14626,” La Posta 30 (October/November 1999): 20--6.

Meyers, Allan D., “Brazos Canal: Early Intracoastal Navigation in Texas,” Southwest Historical Quarterly 103 (October 1999): 175--89.

Robinson, John W., “The Taming of San Fernando Pass,” Dogtown Territorial Quarterly 39 (Fall 1999): 44--55.

Schwantes, Carlos A., “The Steamboat and Stagecoach Era in Montana and the Northern West,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 49 (Winter 1999): 2--15.

Smith, Edgar C., “Massacre on the Colorado River,” Dogtown Territorial Quarterly (Fall 1999): 4--15.

Sullivan, Michael, “A Mountain Calling: The Tacoma Eastern Railroad---Linking Puget Sound and Mount Rainier National Park,” Columbia 13 (Winter 1999/2000): 34--9.

Thacker, Robert, “Being on the Northwest Coast: Emily Carr, Cascadian,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 90 (Fall 1999): 182--90.

Urban

Atchison, Alan C., “‘When Every Town Big Enough to Have a Bank Also had a Professional Baseball Team’: The Game Returns to Austin After World War II,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 103 (October 1999): 191--214.

Goldberg, Irving L., “The Changing Jewish Community of Dallas, Texas, 1959,” Western States Jewish History 31 (Winter/Spring 1999/5859): 195--212.

Issel, William, “‘Land Values, Human Values, and the Preservation of the City’s Treasured Appearance’: Environmentalism, Politics, and the San Francisco Freeway Revolt,” Pacific Historical Review 68 (November 1999): 611--46.

Nicolaides, Becky M., “‘Where the Working Man Is Welcomed’: Working Class Suburbs in Los Angeles, 1900--1940,” Pacific Historical Review 68 (November 1999): 517--59.

Reed, Christopher Robert, “Beyond Chicago’s Black Metropolis: A History of the West Side’s First Century, 1837--1940,” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 92 (Summer 1999): 119--49.

Urriola, Peggy, “A Heritage of Landmarks: A History of James T. Alter and White & Alter, General Contractors, Part II,” Northeastern Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 99, no. 3 (1999): 64--80.

Vorspan, Max, “How the ‘Vest was Von’: An Irreverent Account of the Conservative Jewish Occupation of Los Angeles,” Western States Jewish History 29 (July 1997): 219--30.

Women

Anderson, Irving, “Sacagawea: Her Name and Her Destiny,” We Proceeded On 25 (November 1999): 6--10.

Anderson, Irving W., “The Sacagawea Mystique: Her Age, Name, Role and Final Destiny,” Columbia 13 (Fall 1999): 3--7.

Betts, Vicki, “‘Dear Husband’: The Civil War Letters of Sophronia Joiner Chipman, Kankakee County, Illinois, 1863--1865,” Military History of the West 29 (Fall 1999): 147--99.

Melcher, Mary, “‘This is Not Right’: Rural Arizona Women Challenge Segregation and Ethnic Division, 1925--1950,” Frontiers 20, no. 2 (1999): 190--214.

Pagh, Nancy, “An Indescribable Sea: Discourse of Women Traveling the Northwest Coast by Boat,” Frontier 20, no. 3 (1999): 1--26.

Silver, M. K., “Selina Solomons and Her Quest for the Sixth Star (Woman’s Suffrage),” Western States Jewish History 31 (Summer 1999/5859): 301--18.

Stern, Norton B., “Six Pioneer Women of San Francisco,” Western States Jewish History 30 (January 1998): 159--68.

Thompson, Jennifer A., “From Travel Writer to Newspaper Editor: Caroline Churchill and the Development of Her Political Ideology Within the Public Sphere,” Frontiers 20, no. 3 (1999): 42--63.

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