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Recent Articles Summer 2012

AGRICULTURE, RANCHING, AND RURAL LIFE

Burkholder, John H., “Poised to Profit: Fort Pierre and the Development of the Open Range in South Dakota,” South Dakota History 41 (Fall 2011): 323–52.

Funda, Evelyn I., “Down on the Farm: Memoirs and Nonfiction of Agricultural Lives,” Western American Literature 46 (Summer 2011): 180–93.

Gelber, Scott, “‘City Blood is No Better than Country Blood’: The Populist Movement and Admissions Policies at Public Universities,” History of Education Quarterly 51 (August 2011): 273–95.

Sanchez, Virginia, “Linked by Water, Linked by Blood: Madrid Ditch no. 2 in Cucharas, Colorado, 1884–1903,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Fall 2011): 429–59.

BIOGRAPHY

Browne, Sheri Bartlett, “A Lovely but Unpredictable River: Frances Fuller Victor’s Early Life and Writing,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 112 (Spring 2011): 8–33.

Devlin, Cythia, “Twice Through the Glass Ceiling: Sue Birdwell-Alves,” East Texas Historical Journal 49 (Fall 2011): 24–43.

Flint, Richard and Shirley Cushing Flint, “Guido de Lavezariis: The Life of a Financier of the Coronado and Villalobos Expeditions,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Winter 2011): 1–19.

Meyer, Doris, “John Curtis Underwood: Santa Fe’s Millionaire Poet,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Fall 2011):491–511.

Roesler, Alan L. and Christopher C. Brown, “Ralph A. O’Neill: Arizona’s Other WWI Flying Ace,” Journal of Arizona History 52 (Summer 2011): 111–42.

Sleeth, Peter, “‘Read You Mutt!’: The Life and Times of Tom Burns, the Most Arrested Man in Portland,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 112 (Spring 2011): 58–81.

BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

Brooks, Charlotte, “The War on Grant Avenue: Business Competition and Ethnic Rivalry in San Francisco’s Chinatown, 1937–1942,” Journal of Urban History 37 (May 2011): 311–30.

Colpitts, George, “Provisioning the HBC: Market Economies in the British Buffalo Commons in the Early Nineteenth Century,” Western Historical Quarterly 43 (Summer 2012): 179–203.

Heaton, John W., “Athabascan Village Stores: Subsistence Shopping in Interior Alaska, 1850–1950,” Western Historical Quarterly 43 (Summer 2012): 133–155.

Fisch, Michael, “The Danielewicz Store of Mokelumne Hill, California,” Western States Jewish History 44 (Fall 2011): 23–33.

Several, Michael, “The Chinese and the ‘Redlands Plan’: Ethnic Cleansing, the Rule of Law, Economic Self-Interest, and Financial Restraint,” Southern California Quarterly 93 (Winter 2011/2012): 407–58.

Whittlesey, Lee H., “‘Oh, Mammoth Structure!’: Rufus Hatch, the National Hotel, and the Grand Opening of Yellowstone in 1883,” Annals of Wyoming 83 (Spring 2011): 2–20.

COMMUNITY AND URBAN


Brandstatter, Natasha K., “The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of: The Colorado Mineral Palace,” Colorado Heritage (July/August 2011): 24–31.

Frank, Stephanie, “Claiming Hollywood: Boosters, the Film Industry, and Metropolitan Los Angeles,” Journal of Urban History 38 (January 2012): 71–88.

Gunnel, Kristine Ashton, “Women’s Work: The Daughters of Charity Orphans’ Fairs and the Formation of the Los Angeles Community, 1858–1880,” Southern California Quarterly 93 (Winter 2011/2012): 373–406.

van Doesburg, Bas, and Michael W. Swanton, “Mesoamerican Philology as an Interdisciplinary Study: The Chochon (Xru Ngiwa) ‘Barrios’ of Tamazulapan (Oaxaca, Mexico),” Ethnohistory 58 (Fall 2011): 613–52.

Wieck, Lindsey Passenger, “Upholding Culture and Language in Guadalupe, Arizona: Bilingual Education Activism in the 1970s,” Western Legal History 23, no. 1 (2010): 47–85.

Williams, James A., “To Transform the Inner City: Tucson’s Model Cities Program, 1969–1975,” Journal of Arizona History 52 (Summer 2011): 143–68.

ENVIRONMENT

Burns, James and Gordon Goldsborough, “‘Fresh Air for Kiddies’: The Fresh Air Camps of Lake Winnipeg,” Manitoba History 66 (Spring 2011): 31–8.

Lane, K. Maria D., “Water, Technology, and the Courtroom: Negotiating Reclamation Policy in Territorial New Mexico,” Journal of Historical Geography 37 (July 2011), 300–11.

Larson, Zeb, “Silver Falls State Park and the Early Environmental Movement,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 112 (Spring 2011): 34–57.

Loo, Tina, and Meg Stanley, “An Environmental History of Progress: Damming the Peace and Columbia Rivers,” Canadian Historical Review 92 (September 2011): 399–427.

Moore, Robert J., “Civilian Conservation Corps in Sauk County: Devil’s Lake and Lavalle,” Wisconsin Magazine of History 95 (Autumn 2011): 2–15.

Peyton, Jonathan, “Imbricated Geographies of Conservation and Consumption in the Stikine Plateau,” Environment and History 17 (November 2011): 555–81.

Radding, Cynthia, “The Children of Mayahuel: Agaves, Human Cultures, and Desert Landscapes in Northern Mexico,” Environmental History 12 (January 2012): 84–115.

Thistle, John, “A Vast Inland Empire and the Last Great West: Remaking Society, Space and Environment in Early British Columbia,” Journal of Historical Geography 37 (October 2011): 418–28.

Windes, Thomas C., “A Dendrochronological Study of Nineteenth-Century San Miguel del Vado and San José del Vado in Northeastern New Mexico,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Fall 2011): 461–89.

ETHNICITY AND RACE


Alkon, Alison Hope and Christie Grace McCullen, “Whiteness and Farmers Markets: Performances, Perpetuations . . . Contestations?,” Antipode 43 (September 2011): 937–59.

Christensen, David R., “‘I Don’t Know What We’d Done Without the Indians’: Non-Indian and Lakota Racial Relationships in Box Butte County’s Potato Industry, 1917–1960,” Nebraska History 92 (Fall 2011): 125–47.

Otto, Jesse J., “Dan Desdunes: New Orleans Civil Rights Activist and ‘The Father of Negro Musicians in Omaha,’” Nebraska History 92 (Fall 2011): 106–17.

Metcalfe, Erica L., “‘Future Political Actors’: The Milwaukee NAACP Youth Council’s Early Fight for Identity,” Wisconsin Magazine of History 95 (Autumn 2011): 16–25.

Scharnhorst, Gary and Kadeshia Matthews, “‘Denver Took Me Into Her Arms’: Paul Lawrence Dunbar in Colorado, 1899–1900,” Colorado Heritage (July/August 2011): 15–23.

Stanley, John J., “Julius Boyd Loving: The First African American Deputy on the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department,” Southern California Quarterly 93 (Winter 2011/2012): 459–94.

Weiner, Hollace Ava, “Ameila Levy Rosentein: The Jewish Women’s Americanization School of Fort Worth, Texas, 1907–1973,” Western States Jewish History 44 (Fall 2011): 40–53.

GENDER AND SEXUALITY


Alquizola, Marilyn, and Lane Ryo Hirabayashi, “Carlos Bulosan’s The Laughter of My Father: Adding Feminist and Class Perspectives to the ‘Casebook of Resistance,’” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 32, no. 3 (2011): 64–91.

Caughfield, Adrienne and Lynda Morley, “One of the Boys: Ammie Wilson’s Challenge to Postwar Ideals of Femininity on the Stock Show Circuit,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 115 (July 2011): 2–17.

Di Cresce, Greg, “‘Essentially a Women’s Work’: Reform, Empire and The Winnipeg Children’s Hospital, 1909–1925,” Manitoba History 66 (Spring 2011): 23–30.

Hancock, Christin Lee, “Being ‘All Things to All Men’: Louis Irvine Riggs and the Cultural Implications of Women’s Missionary Work,” South Dakota History 41 (Fall 2011): 297–322.

Palmer, Beth, “‘Lonely, Tragic, but Legally Necessary Pilgrimages’: Transnational Abortion Travel in the 1970s,” Canadian Historical Review 92 (December 2011): 637–64.

Pennock, Caroline Dodds, “‘A Remarkably Patterned Life’: Domestic and Public in the Aztec Household City,” Gender & History 23 (November 2011): 528–46.

Voyageur, Cora J., “Female First Nations Chiefs and the Colonial Legacy in Canada,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal, no. 3 (2011): 59–78.

Zemler, Jeffrey A., “The Texas Building and the Women’s World Fair Exhibit Association of Texas,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 115 (July 2011): 19–43.

HISTORIOGRAPHY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

Crosman, Kathleen, “The Army in the Woods: Spruce Production Division Records at the National Archives,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 112 (Spring 2011): 100–6.

Rothberg, Robert I., “Charisma, Leadership, and Historiography,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 42 (Winter 2012): 419–28.
Furtwangler, Albert, “Journal Copying at Travelers’ Rest,” We Proceeded On 37 (May 2011): 14–20.

IMMIGRATION, MIGRATION, AND SETTLEMENT


Eichhorst, Jerry, “Pieces of the Puzzle: Rediscovering Idaho’s North Alternate Oregon Trail,” Overland Trail 29 (Summer 2011): 49–67.

Garver, Bruce, “Immigration to the Great Plains, 1865–1914: War, Politics, Technology, and Economic Development,” Great Plains Quarterly 31 (Summer 2011): 179–203.

Haack, Steven C., “Gathering War Clouds: George Bent’s Memories of 1864,” Kansas History 34 (Summer 2011): 128–41.

Schmalzbauer, Leah, “‘Doing Gender,’ Ensuring Survival: Mexican Migration and Economic Crisis in the Rural Mountain West,” Rural Sociology 76 (December 2011): 441–60.

Östman, Kim B., “From Finland to Zion: Immigration to Utah in the Nineteenth Century,” Journal of Mormon History 36 (Fall 2010): 166–207.

Xie, Yu and Margaret Gough, “Ethnic Enclaves and the Earnings of Immigrants,” Demography 48 (November 2011): 1293–315.

INTERNATIONAL BORDERLANDS


Delgado, Grace Peña, “Border Control and Sexual Policing: White Slavery and Prostitution along the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, 1903–1910,” Western Historical Quarterly 43 (Summer 2012): 157–178.

Kessell, John L., “So What’s Truth Got to Do With It?: Reflections on Oñate and the Black Legend,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Summer 2011): 377–84.

Linenthal, Edward T., ed.; “Margins to Mainstream: The Brave New World of Borderlands History,” special issue, Journal of American History 98 (September 2011).

Martinez-Catsam, Ana Luisa, “‘Los Precios Mas Baratos’: The Role of Spanish-Language Newspaper Advertisements and the Biculturalization of Tejanos in San Antonio and Laredo, Texas,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Winter 2011): 83–105.

Piker, Joshua, “Lying Together: The Imperial Implications of Cross-Cultural Untruths,” American Historical Review 116 (October 2011): 964–86.

Seymour, David J., “1762 on the San Pedro: Reevaluating Sobaípuri-O’odham Abandonment and New Apache Raiding Corridors,” Journal of Arizona History 52 (Summer 2011): 169–88.

LABOR AND WORKING CLASS


Andrés, Benny J., “Invisible Borders: Repatriation and Colonization of Mexican Migrant Workers along the California Borderlands during the 1930s,” California History 88, no. 4, (2011): 5–21.

Abel, Joseph, “African Americans, Labor Unions, and the Struggle for Fair Employment in the Aircraft Manufacturing Industry of Texas, 1941–1945,” Journal of Southern History 77 (August 2011): 595–638.

Botson, Michael, “Revisiting the Battle of Baytown: Unions, Reds, and Mayhem in a Company Town,” East Texas Historical Journal 49 (Fall 2011): 9–23.

Carter, Heath W., “Striking Out on Its Own: Labor and the Modern Church,” Chicago History 37 (Summer 2011): 4–19.

Harmon, Alexandra, Colleen O’Neill, and Paul C. Rosier, “Interwoven Economic Histories: American Indians in a Capitalist America,” Journal of American History 98 (December 2011): 698–722.

LITERATURE, FILM, AND THE ARTS

Barr, Alan P., “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance Inhabits Film Noir,” Western American Literature 46 (Summer 2011): 163–80.

Bradley, Nicholas, “The Fat Man on Snow Dome” Surprise and Sense of Place (Or, Reading Laurie Ricou’s David Wagoner),” Western American Literature 46 (Summer 2011): 117–41.

Borchard, Gregory A. and Anthony J. Ferri, “When in Las Vegas, Do as the Ancient Romans Did: Bread and Circuses Then and Now,” Journal of Popular Culture 44 (August 2011): 717–31.

Johnson, Camille, “West by Northwest: The Politics of Place in Ang Lee’s Brokeback Mountain,” Journal of Popular Culture 44 (August 2011): 890–907.

Kaplan, Joseph, “Preserving the ‘Big Picture’ for Wisconsin: The 1948 Centennial Fair Murals,” Wisconsin Magazine of History 95 (Autumn 2011): 26–35.

Maher, Susan Naramore, “Untidy Borders: Eamon Wall’s Negotiation of the American West,” Western American Literature 46 (Summer 2011): 143–61.

Murrah-Mandril, Erin, “Jovita González and Margaret Eimer’s Cabellero as Memory-Site,” Arizona Quarterly 67 (Winter 2011): 135–53.

Perkins, Edwin J., “Writing the Script for Survival and Resurgence: RKO Studio and the Impact of the Great Depression, 1932–1933,” Southern California Quarterly 93 (Autumn 2011): 289–312.

Stratton, Billy J., “‘El Brujo Es un Coyote’: Taxonomies of Trauma in Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian,” Arizona Quarterly 67 (Autumn 2001): 151–72.

Tahmahkera, Dustin, “‘An Indian in a White Man’s Camp’: Johnny Cash’s Indian Country Music,” American Quarterly 63 (September 2011): 591–617.

METHOD AND THEORY

Alberti, Benjamin et al., “‘Worlds Otherwise’: Archaeology, Anthropology, and Ontological Difference,” Current Anthropology 52 (December 2011): 896–912.

Gencarella, Stephen Olbrys, “Folk Criticism and the Art of Critical Folklore Studies,” Journal of American Folklore 124 (Fall 2011): 251–71.

Heitzenrater, Richard P., “Inventing Church History,” Church History 80 (December 2011): 737–48.

Historical Distance: Reflections on a Metaphor,” Special issue, History and Theory 50 (December 2011): 1–149.

Kuper, Rob, “Joining the Great Plains in Space, Place, and Time: Questioning a Time Zone Boundary,” Great Plain Quarterly 31 (Summer 2011): 223–42.

Sanz, Israel, “Juan Jaramillo’s ‘Relación’: A Philogical Reassessment of the Historical Approaches to a Document of the Coronado Expedition,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Winter 2011): 21–81.

“The Senses in History,” forum, American Historical Review 116 (April 2011): 307–400.

MILITARY AND EXPLORATION


Camp, Carl H., “Voyages from Montreal,” We Proceeded On 37 (May 2011): 6–13.

Gatlin, William M., “Lewis and Clark and the Articles of War,” We Proceeded On 37 (May 2011): 21–7.

Gorenfeld, Will and Tim Kimball, “Such is a Dragoon’s Life: Corporal Mathias Baker, Company B, First Dragoons, 1845–1849,” Missouri Historical Society 105 (July 2011): 213–32.

Kessell, John L., “A Long time Coming: The Seventeenth-Century Pueblo-Spanish War,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Spring 2011): 141–56.

Lehman, Dorman, “The First Stages to Denver: Revisiting the Original Route of the Leavenworth and Pike’s Peak Express,” Colorado Heritage (September/October 2011): 22–31.

Robinson, John W., “High Sierra: William Brewer, Clarence King, and John Muir,” California Territorial Quarterly 85 (Spring 2011): 4–21.

Watt, Robert N., “‘Horses Worn to Mere Shadows’: The Ninth U.S. Calvary’s Campaign against the Apaches in New Mexico Territory, 1879–1881,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Spring 2011): 197–222.

NATIVE AMERICANS

Angelbeck, Bill and Eric McLay, “The Battle at Maple Bay: The Dynamics of Coastal Salish Political Organization through Oral Histories,” Ethnohistory 58 (Summer 2011): 359–92.

Cothran, Boyd, “Working the Indian Field Days: The Economy of Authenticity and the Question of Agency in Yosemite Valley,” American Indian Quarterly, 34 (Spring 2010): 194–223.

Davies, Wade, “‘We Are Looking for a Splendid Tournament Here’: Sharon Mote’s Quest to Promote Indian-School Basketball, 1927–1929,” South Dakota History 41 (Summer 2011): 199–225.

Gercken, Becca, “Manifest Meanings: The Selling (Not Telling) of American Indian History and the Case of the Black Horse Ledger,” American Indian Quarterly 34 (Fall 2010): 521–39.

Gabriel, Mary Ellen, “Ne-rucha-ja: The Forgotten Tale of Frost’s Woods and Charles Brown’s Fight to Save It for the Ho-Chunk,” Wisconsin Magazine of History 95 (Autumn 2011): 36–49.

Hammond, Andy, “Pawnees!,” Overland Journal 29 (Summer 2011): 68–77.

Houser, Teresa M., “New Deal Experimentation and the Political Economy of the Yankton Sioux, 1930–1934,” Great Plains Quarterly 37 (Summer 2011): 205–22.

Krupat, Arnold, “Chief Seattle’s Speech Revisited,” American Indian Quarterly 35 (Spring 2011): 192–214.

McPherson, Robert S., “‘Only Bullets Talk Now: Tse-ne-gat, Polk, and the 1915 Fight in Bluff,” Utah Historical Quarterly 79 (Summer 2011): 224–49.

Palmer, Mark H., “Sold!: The Loss of Kiowa Allotments in the Post-Indian Reorganization Era,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 35, no. 3 (2011): 35–57.

Raptis, Helen, “Exploring the Factors Prompting British Columbia’s First Integration Initiative: The Case of Port Essington Indian Day School,” History of Education Quarterly 51 (November 2011): 519–43.

Reed, Julie L., “Family and Nation: Cherokee Orphan Care, 1835-1903,” American Indian Quarterly 34 (Summer 2010): 312–43.

Schapp, James I., “The Growth of the Native American Gaming Industry: What Has the Past Provided, and What Does the Future Hold?,” American Indian Quarterly 34 (Summer 2010): 365–89.

Vick, R. Alfred, “Cherokee Adaptation to the Landscape of the West and Overcoming the Loss of Culturally Significant Plants,” American Indian Quarterly 35 (Summer 2011): 394–417.

POLITICAL AND LEGAL

“Conservatism: A Round Table,” forum, Journal of American History 98 (December 2011): 723–73.

Hanners, John, “‘We Just Come in to See the Show’: Velma Patterson’s Sensational 1936 Hunt County Murder Trial,” East Texas Historical Journal 49 (Fall 2011): 69–81.

Hartvigsen, John M., “Utah’s Mammoth Statehood Flag,” Utah Historical Quarterly 79 (Summer 2011): 250–63.

Kammer, Sean M., “The Railroads Must Have Ties: A Legal history of Forest Conservation and the Oregon and California Railroad Land Grant, 1887–1916,” Western Legal History 23, no. 1 (2010): 1–20.

Öhman, Martin, “Perfecting Independence: Tench Coxe and the Political Economy of Western Development,” Journal of the Early Republic 31 (Fall 2011): 397–433.

Price, J. Keith and Susan Coleman, “Narrative of Neglect: Texas Prisons for Men,” East Texas Historical Journal 49 (Fall 2011): 44–68.

Matsui, Kenichi, “Water-Rights Settlements and Reclamation in Central Arizona as a Cross-Cultural Experience: A Reexamination of Native Water Policy,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 35, no. 3 (2011): 91–117.

McWhorter, William, “Together They Won: Sam T. Rayburn and the Fourth Congressional District During World War II,” East Texas Historical Journal 49 (Fall 2011): 82–93.

Riva, Sarah, “The Coldest Case of All?: Lloyd Gaines and the African American Struggle for Higher Education in Missouri,” Western Legal History 23, no. 1 (2010): 21–45.

Stegmaier, Mark J., “New Mexico’s Delegate in the Secession Winter Congress, Part 1: Two Newspaper Accounts of Miguel Otero in 1861,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Summer 2011): 385–92.

Stegmaier, Mark J., “New Mexico’s Delegate in the Secession Winter Congress, Part 2: Miguel A. Otero Responds to Horace Greeley, and Greeley Takes Revenge,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Fall 2011): 513–23.

Thomas, Paul G., “Political Leadership and Democracy in Manitoba: The Roblin Era and Beyond,” Manitoba History 66 (Spring 2011): 2–13.

PUBLIC HISTORY AND MATERIAL CULTURE

Connolly, Thomas J., “Archaeology, History, and Community: An Enduring Legacy at Beatty, Klamath County,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 112 (Spring 2011): 107–10.

Janetski, Joel C., et al, “Deep Human History in Escalante Valley and Southern Utah,” Utah Historical Quarterly 79 (Summer 2011): 2–20.

Meehan, Joe and Bruce J. Dinges, “Historic Photo Mystery Solved: A Series of Fortunate Events,” Journal of Arizona History 52 (Summer 2011): 189–94.

Panich, Lee, “Collaboration and the Education of an Archaeologist,” News from Native California 24 (Summer 2011): 30–3.

Schott, Sarah Bill, “‘Standing Where Your Heroes Stood’: Using Historical Tourism to Create American and Religious Identities,” Journal of Mormon History 36 (Fall 2010): 41–66.

Vercouteren, Karl, “The Old Waco County Courthouse: Still Making History after 152 Years,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 112 (Spring 2011): 111–14.

Walsh, Victor A., “If Walls Could Speak: San Diego’s Historic Casa de Bandini,” California History 88, no. 4 (2011): 22–46.

RELIGION

Folkman, Kevin, “‘The Most Desert Lukking Plase I Ever Saw, Amen!’: The ‘Failed’ 1873 Arizona Mission to the Little Colorado River,” Journal of Mormon History 37 (Winter 2011): 115–50.

Hardy, B. Cameron, “The Persistence of Mormon Plural Marriage,” Dialogue 44 (Winter 2011): 43–105.

Hoyt, Amy, and Sara M. Patterson, “Mormon Masculinity: Changing Gender Expectations in the Era of Transition from Polygamy to Monogamy, 1890–1920,” Gender & History 23 (April 2011): 72–91.

Ricketts, Jeremy R., “Land of (Re)Enchantment: Tourism and Sacred Space at Roswell and Chimayó, New Mexico,” Journal of the Southwest 53 (Summer 2011): 239–61.

Romney, Joseph Barnard, “‘The Lord, God of Israel, Brought Us out of Mexico!’: Junius Romney and the 1912 Mormon Exodus,” Journal of Mormon History 36 (Fall 2010): 208–58.

Several, Michael, “Max Vorspan’s Rabbinate in Pasadena, California, 1947–1952,” Western States Jewish History 44 (Fall 2011): 3–20.

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND INDUSTRY


Aguilar-Støen, Mariel, et al., “The Emergence, Persistence, and Current Challenges of Coffee Forest Gardens: A Case Study From Candelaria Loxicha, Oaxaca, Mexico,” Society & Natural Resources 24, no. 12 (2011): 1235–51.

Dower, John, “‘737-Cabriolet’: The Limits of Knowledge and the Sociology of Inevitable Failure,” American Journal of Sociology 117 (November 2011): 725–62.

Forr, James, “Commercial Television Arrives in Missouri: The Birth of KSVD-TV in St. Louis,” Missouri Historical Review 105 (July 2011): 233–43.

Grekel, Jana, “A Well-Oiled Machine: Alberta’s Eugenics Program, 1928–1972,” Alberta History 59 (Summer 2011): 16–23.

Hieb, Louis A., “Collecting for the Centennial Indian Exhibit: The J. K. Hillers-Olin D. Wheeler Expedition to the Hopis in 1876,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Spring 2011): 157–95.

Laucht, Christoph, “‘Los Alamos in a Way Was a City of Foreigners’: German-Speaking Emigré Scientists and the Making of the Atom Bomb at Los Alamos, New Mexico,” New Mexico Historical Review 86 (Spring 2011): 223–50.

Miller, John E., “Traveling the Road of Change: Historical Forces in the Development of South Dakota Transportation,” South Dakota History 41 (Summer 2011): 267–90.

Mohlenbrock, Robert H., “Desert Wanderings,” Natural History 119 (October 2011): 38–9.

Morton, Leah, “From Nose Sprays to Nursing Shortages: Managing Epidemic Polio in Manitoba, 1928¬–1953,” Manitoba History 66 (Spring 2011): 14–22.

SOCIAL AND CULTURAL


Baron, Frank, “James H. Lane and the Origins of the Kansas Jayhawk,” Kansas History 34 (Summer 2011): 114–28.

Barr, Juliana, “Beyond the “Atlantic World”: Early American History as Viewed from the West,” OAH Magazine of History 25 (January 2011): 13–8.

Knight, George P., et al., “The Familial Socialization of Culturally Related Values in Mexican American Families,” Journal of Marriage and Family 73 (October 2011): 913–25.

McVicar, Michael J., “Aggressive Philanthropy: Progressivism, Conservatism, and the William Volker Charities Fund,” Missouri Historical Review 105 (July 2011): 197–212.

Moore, Ted, “Fast Revolutions: Bicycles, Paved Paths, and the Creation of a Middle¬-Class Salt Lake City, 1890–1903,” Utah Historical Quarterly 79 (Summer 2011): 264–82.

Pérez, Erika, “‘Saludos from you Comadre”: Compadrazgo as a Community Institution in Alta California, 1769–1860s,” California History 88, no. 4 (2011): 47–62.

Reichwein, Pearl Ann, “Expedition to Yukon 1967: Centennial and the Politics of Mountaineering in Kluane,” The Canadian Historical Review 92 (September. 2011): 481–514.

Sheridan, Thomas E., “The Other Arizona, Redux,” Journal of the Southwest 53 (Summer 2011): 139–76.

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