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Recent Articles Winter 2002

Biography

Carroll, Murray L., “Robert Foote: A Forgotten Wyoming Pioneer,” Annals of Wyoming 74 (Winter 2002): 9--23.

Engelhardt, Carroll, “Henry A. Burns, Failed Frontier Entrepreneur,” Minnesota History 58 (Summer 2002): 92--104.

Riley, Marilyn Griggs, “Sin, Gin, and Jasmine: The Controversial Career of Caroline Bancroft,” Colorado Heritage (Spring 2002): 31--45.

Smith, Donald B., “The Steinhauer Brothers: Education & Self-Reliance,” Alberta History 50 (Spring 2002): 2--10.

Taylor, Judith M., “Sydney Stein Rich, Gardener and Pioneer, San Francisco, California, 1906--1956,” Western States Jewish History 34 (Summer 2002): 290--307.

Trennert, Robert A., “Mary L. Eldridge: Serving God and Country on the San Juan,” New Mexico Historical Review 77 (Spring 2002): 145

Economics and Labor

Carroll, William K., “Westward Ho?  The Shifting Geography of Corporate Power in Canada,” Journal of Canadian Studies 36 (Winter 2002): 118--42.

Flint, Richard, and Shirley Cushing Flint, “Fort Union and the Economy of Northern New Mexico, 1860--1868,” New Mexico Historical Review 77 (Winter 2002): 27--55.

Francaviglia, Richard V., and Jimmy L. Bryan, Jr., “‘Are We Chimerical in this Opinion?’ Visions of a Pacific Railroad and Westward Expansion Before 1845,” Pacific Historical Review 71 (May 2002): 179--202.

Mitchell, D., “Controlling Space, Controlling Scale: Migratory Labour, Free Speech, and Regional Development in the American West,” Journal of Historical Geography 28 (January 2001): 63--84.
 
Reséndez, Andrés, “Getting Cured and Getting Drunk: State versus Market in Texas and New Mexico, 1800--1850,” Journal of the Early Republic 22 (Spring 2002): 77--103.

Education

Corman, Catherine A., “Teaching---and Learning From---Carey McWilliams,” California
History 80 (Winter 2001/2002): 204--22.

Gill, Peggy B., “Community, Commitment, and African American Education: The Jackson School of Smith County, Texas, 1925--1954,” Journal of African American History 87 (Spring 2002): 256--68.

Nunez-Janes, Mariela, “Bilingual Education and Identity Debates in New Mexico: Constructing and Contesting Nationalism and Ethnicity,” Journal of the Southwest 44 (Spring 2002): 61--78.

Welker, R. Todd, “Utah Schools and the Japanese American Student Relocation Program,” Utah Historical Quarterly 70 (Winter 2002): 4--20.

Wild, Mark, “‘So Many Children at Once and So Many Kinds’: Schools and Ethno-racial Boundaries in Early Twentieth Century Los Angeles,” Western Historical Quarterly 33 (Winter 2002): 453--476.

Environment

Balogh, Brian, “Scientific Forestry and the Roots of the Modern American State: Gifford Pinchot’s Path to Progressive Reform,” Environmental History 7 (April 2002): 198--225.

Campbell, Robert B., “Newlands, Old Lands: Native American Labor, Agrarian Ideology, and the Progressive-Era State in the Making of the Newlands Reclamation Project, 1902--1926,” Pacific Historical Review 71 (May 2002): 203--38.

Foster, Doug, “Refuges and Reclamation: Conflicts in the Klamath Basin, 1904--1964,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 103 (Summer 2002): 150--87.

Guilmet, George M., and David Lloyd Whited, “American Indian and Non-Indian Philosophies of Technology and Their Differential Impact on the Environment of the Southern Puget Sound,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 26, no. 1 (2002): 33--66.

Honker, Andrew M., “‘A Terrible Calamity Has Fallen Upon Phoenix’: The 1891 Flood and Salt River Valley Reclamation,” Journal of Arizona History 43 (Summer 2002): 109--32.

Inman, Katherine, Donald M. McLeod, and Dale J. Menkhaus, “Rural Land Use and Sale Preferences in a Wyoming County,” Land Economics 78 (February 2002): 72--87.

Keeling, Arn, “‘A Dynamic, Not a Static Conception’: The Conservation Thought of Roderick Haig-Brown,” Pacific Historical Review 71 (May 2002): 239--68.

Libecap, Gary D., and Zeynep Kocabiyik Hansen, “‘Rain Follows the Plow’ and Dryfarming Doctrine: The Climate Information Problem and Homestead Failure in the Upper Great Plains, 1890--1925,” Journal of Economic History 62 (March 2002): 86--120.

Lovin, Hugh T., “Conservation, Irrigated Farming, and Yellowstone National Park’s Cascade Corner,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 93 (Winter 2001/2002): 13--25.

Marsh, Kevin R., “‘This is Just the First Round’: Designating Wilderness in the Central Oregon Cascades, 1950--1964,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 103 (Summer 2002): 210--33.

Maestas, Jeremy D., and Richard L. Knight, and Wendell C. Gilgert, “Biodiversity and Land Use Change in the American Mountain West,” Geographical Review 91 (July 2001): 509--25.

Munday, Pat, “‘A Millionaire Couldn’t Buy a Piece of Water as Good’: George Grant and the Conservation of the Big Hole River Watershed,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 52 (Summer 2002): 20--37.

Tarlock, A. Dan, “The Future of Prior Appropriation in the New West,” Natural Resources Journal 41 (Fall 2001): 769--93.

Welsh, Michael M., “Beyond Designed Capture: A Reanalysis of the Beginnings of Public Range Management, 1928--38,” Social Science History 26 (Summer 2002): 347--91.

Ethnicity and Race

Iber, Jorge, “Mexican Americans of South Texas Football: The Athletic and Coaching Careers of E. C. Lerma and Bobby Cavazos, 1932--1965,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 105 (April 2002): 617--33.

Lee, Erika, “The Chinese Exclusion Example: Race, Immigration, and American Gatekeeping, 1882--1924,” Journal of American Ethnic History 21 (Spring 2002): 36--62.

Richmond, Douglas, “The Legacy of African Slavery in Colonial Mexico, 1519--1810,” Journal of Popular Culture 35 (Fall 2001): 1--16.

Rusco, Elmer, “The Chinese Massacres of 1866,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 45 (Spring 2002): 1--30.

Exploration

Camp, Gregory S., “Quest for Empire: Historical and Ideological Underpinnings for the Lewis and Clark Expedition,” North Dakota History 69, no. 1 (2002): 18--24.

Hyslop, Stephen G., “An Explorer or a Spy?” American History 37 (August 2002): 58--64.

Jengo, John W., “‘high broken & rocky’: Lewis and Clark as Geological Observers,” We Proceeded On 28 (May 2002): 22--7.

Loge, Ronald V., “Meriwether Lewis and Malaria: Another View of the ‘Ague’ and the Captain’s Death,” We Proceeded On 28 (May 2002): 33--5.

Moulton, Candy, “The Bozeman Trail, 1863--1868: The Evolution of Routes to Montana,” Overland Journal 20 (Spring 2002): 2--17.

Ronda, James P., “Tough Times at the Bad,” We Proceeded On 28 (May 2002): 12--21.

Saindon, Robert A., “The ‘Unhappy Affair’ on Two Medicine River,” We Proceeded On 28 (August 2002): 12--25.

Immigration and Settlement

Anderson, Virginia DeJohn, “Animals Into the Wilderness: The Development of Livestock Husbandry in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake,” William and Mary Quarterly 59 (April 2002): 377--408.

Barkan, Elliott Robert, “Turning Turner on His Head?  The Significance of Immigration in Twentieth-Century American Western History,” New Mexico Historical Review (Winter 2002): 57--88.

Browde, Anatole, “Settling the Canadian Colonies: A Comparison of Two Nineteenth-Century Land Companies,” Business History Review 76 (Summer 2002): 299--335.

Buttnick, Meta, and Julia Niebuhr Eulenberg, “Republic, Washington: A Jewish Settlement in the Small Towns of Washington State, 1898--1936,” Western States Jewish History 34 (Summer 2002): 312--23.

Sheridan, Clare, “Contested Citizenship: National Identity and Mexican Immigration Debates of the 1920s,” Journal of American Ethnic History 21 (Spring 2002): 3--35.

Specht, Neva Jean, “Removing to a Remote Place: Quaker Certificates of Removal and Their Significance in Trans-Appalachian Migration,” Quaker History 91 (Spring 2002): 45--69.

Literature and the Arts

Braz, Albert, “The White Indian: Armand Garnet Ruffo’s Grey Owl and the Spectre of Authenticity,” Journal of Canadian Studies 36 (Winter 2002): 171--87.

Frontz, Kim, “Q Ranch: Lena Ellison’s Photographs of Pioneer Life in Gila County, Arizona, 1890s--1910,” Journal of Arizona History 43 (Summer 2002): 153--72.

Glotfelty, Cheryll, “Old Folks in the New West: Surviving Change and Staying Fit in The Misfits,” Western American Literature 37 (Spring 2002): 26--49.

Halverson, Cathryn, “Opal Whiteley’s ‘Explores’: The Disappearing Region,” Western American Literature 37 (Summer 2002): 197--221.

Hogg, Charlotte, “‘Settling Down’ in Western Nebraska: Grounding Local History through Memoir,” Western American Literature 37 (Summer 2002): 223--40.

Loscher, Tricia, “Kate Thomson Cory: Artist in Hopiland,” Journal of Arizona History 43 (Spring 2002): 1--40.

McDermott, Paul D. and Ronald E. Grim, “The Artistic Views of Gustavus Sohon,” Columbia 16 (Summer 2002): 16--22.

Schwarz, Maureen Trudelle, “Collective Guilt, Conservation, and Other Postmodern Messages in Contemporary Westerns: Last of the Dogmen and Grey Owl,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 26, no. 1 (2002): 83--105.

Swenson, James R., “Dorothea Lange’s Portrait of Utah’s Great Depression,” Utah Historical Quarterly 70 (Winter 2002): 39--62.

Thompson, Harry F., “History, Historicity, and the Western American Novel: Frederick Manfred’s Scarlet Plume and the Dakota War of 1862,” Western American Literature 37 (Spring 2002): 51--82.

Tisinger, Danielle, “Textual Performance and the Western Frontier: Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins’s Life among the Piutes: Their Wrongs and Claims,” Western American Literature 37 (Summer 2002): 171--94.

Military

Cunningham, Roger D., “Welcoming ‘Pa’ on the Kaw: Kansas’s ‘Colored’ Militia and the 1864 Price Raid,” Kansas History 25 (Summer 2002): 86--101.

Hoig, Stan, “The Northern Cheyenne Exodus and the 1878 Battle of Turkey Springs,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 80 (Spring 2002): 4--19.

Jackson, Brenda K., “Holding Down the Fort: A History of Dakota Territory’s Fort Randall,” South Dakota History 32 (Spring 2002): 1--27.

Journal of the West 41 (Summer 2002). Special issue, “The Military in the West.”

Thompson, Jerry, “Winfield Scott’s Army of Occupation as Pioneer Alpinists: Epic Ascents of Popocatepetl and Citlaltepetl,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 105 (April 2002): 549--81.

Mining

Fuller, Craig, “Finns and the Winter Quarter Mine Disaster,” Utah Historical Quarterly 70 (Spring 2002): 123--39.

Taniguchi, Nancy J., “An Explosive Lesson: Gomer Thomas, Safety, and the Winter Quarters Mine Disaster,” Utah Historical Quarterly 70 (Spring 2002): 140--57.

Wood, Larry, “Red Hot Rivals,” Kansas Heritage (Summer 2002): 15--8.

Native Americans

Amato, Christopher A., “Digging Sacred Ground: Burial Site Disturbances and the Loss of New York’s Native American Heritage,” Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 27, no. 1 (2002): 1--44.

Amerman, Stephen Kent, “‘This is Our Land’: The White Mountain Apache Trophy Elk Hunt and Tribal Sovereignty,” Journal of Arizona History 43 (Summer 2002): 133--52.

Andrews, Thomas G., “Turning the Tables on Assimilation: Oglala Lakotas and the Pine Ridge Day Schools, 1889--1920s,” Western Historical Quarterly 33 (Winter 2002): 407--403.

Barrett, Elinore M., “The Geography of the Rio Grande Pueblos in the Seventeenth Century,” Ethnohistory 49 (Winter 2002): 123--204.

Clark, Rose L., and Richard H. Mendoza, “Assessing Cultural Lifestyles of Urban American Indians,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 26, no. 1 (2002): 1--13.

Haig-Brown, Celia, “Seeking Honest Justice in a Land of Strangers: Nahnebahwequa’s Struggle for Land,” Journal of Canadian Studies 36 (Winter 2002): 143--70.

Lindsley, Sheryl L., Charles A. Braithwaite, and Kristin L. Ahlberg, “Mending the Sacred Hoop: Identity Enactment and the Occupation of Wounded Knee,” Great Plains Quarterly 22 (Spring 2002): 115--26.

McCue, Michael Westaway, “The Soldier and the ‘King,’” American History 37 (June 2002): 44--50.

O’Brien, Greg, “‘We are behind you’: The Choctaw Occupation of Natchez in 1778,” Journal of Mississippi History 64 (Summer 2002): 107--24.

Palmer, Jason B., “Forgotten Sacrifice: Native American Involvement in the Construction of the Castillo de San Marcos,” Florida Historical Quarterly 80 (Spring 2002): 437--54.

Taylor, Alan, “The Divided Ground: Upper Canada, New York, and the Iroquois Six Nations, 1783--1815,” Journal of the Early Republic 22 (Spring 2002): 55--75.

Schröder, Ingo W., “The Political Economy of Common Destinies in the American Indian Southwest,” Journal of the Southwest 44 (Spring 2002): 3--16.

Shover, Michele, “John Bidwell’s Role in the 1863 Indian Removal from Chico,” Dogtown Territorial Quarterly no. 49 (Spring 2002): 4--24.

Swagerty, W. R., “Indian Trade Blankets in the Pacific Northwest,” Columbia 16 (Summer 2002): 24--31.

Vaughan, Alden T., “Sir Walter Ralegh’s Indian Interpreters, 1584--1618,” William and Mary Quarterly 59 (April 2002): 341--76.

Wicazo Sa Review 17 (Spring 2002).  Special issue, “Sovereignty and Governance.”

Political and Legal

Armstrong, Robert D., “An Interesting Feature of the New Government’s Difficulties: Public Printing in the Western Territories,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 45 (Spring 2002): 31--52.

Bakken, Gordon Morris, “Becoming Progressive: The California Supreme Court, 1880--1910,” The Historian 64 (Spring & Summer 2002): 551--65.

Bonner, Robert E., “Buffalo Bill Cody and Wyoming Water Politics,” Western Historical Quarterly 33 (Winter 2002): 433--451.

Boychuk, Gerard W., and Debora L. Vannijnatten, “The Canadian ‘West’ as a Public Policy Space?  Public Policies in Western Canadian Provinces from a National and Cross-National Perspective,” BC Studies no. 133 (Spring 2002): 5--30.

Stagg, J.C.A., “The Madison Administration and Mexico: Reinterpreting the Gutiérrez-Magee Raid of 1812--1813,” William and Mary Quarterly 59 (April 2002): 449--80.

Steely, James Wright, “The Civilian Conservation Corps Invades East Texas, 1933--1942,” East Texas Historical Journal 40, no. 2 (2002): 34--9.

Turner, Charles C., “Rhetorical Bipartisanship: National Party Platforms and American Indian Politics,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 26, no. 1 (2002): 107--22.

Religion

Boehm, Deborah A., “Our Lady of Resistance: The Virgin of Guadalupe and Contested Construction of Community in Sante Fe, New Mexico,” Journal of the Southwest 44 (Spring 2002): 95--104.

Clark, Emily, and Virginia Meacham Gould, “The Feminine Face of Afro-Catholicism in New Orleans, 1727--1852,” William and Mary Quarterly 59 (April 2002): 409--48.

Gross, Lawrence W., “Bimaadiziwin, or the ‘Good Life,’ as a Unifying Concept of Anishinaabe Religion,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 26, no. 1 (2002): 15--32.

Key, Joseph Patrick, “The Calumet and the Cross: Religious Encounters in the Lower Mississippi Valley,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 61 (Summer 2002): 152--68.

Rodríguez, Sylvia, “Procession and Sacred Landscape in New Mexico,” New Mexico Historical Review 77 (Winter 2002): 1--26.
 
Woods, Fred E., and Melvin L. Bashore, “On the Outskirts of Atchison: The Imprint of Latter-day Saints Transmigration at Mormon Grove,” Kansas History 25 (Spring 2002): 38--51.

Social

Crets, Jennifer A., “‘What the Carnival is at Rome, the Fair is at St. Louis’: The Nacsent Years of the St. Louis Agricultural and Mechanical Fair,” Gateway Heritage 22 (Spring 2002): 24--33.
 
Edwards, Rebecca, “Marsh Murdock and the ‘Wily Women’ of Wichita: Domesticity Disputed in the Gilded Age,” Kansas History 25 (Spring 2002): 1--13.

Embry, Jessie L., and Adam Seth Darowski, “Coming Home:  Community Baseball in Cache Valley, Utah,” Utah Historical Quarterly 70 (Spring 2002): 108--22.

Gastil, John, Hank Jenkins-Smith, and Gilbert K. St. Clair, “Beyond Green Chiles and Coyotes: The Changing Shape of New Mexico’s Political-Cultural Regions From 1967--1997,” New Mexico Historical Review 77 (Spring 2002): 173--95.
 
Hieb, Louis A., “Social Memory and Cultural Narrative: The Hopi Construction of a Moral Community,” Journal of the Southwest 44 (Spring 2002): 79--94.

James, Michael E., “The City on the Hill: Temperance, Race, and Class in Turn-of-the-Century Pasadena,” California History 80 (Winter 2001/2002): 186--203.

Lowitt, Richard, “‘If It Rains’: Life in the Oklahoma Panhandle in the 1930s and 1940s,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 80 (Spring 2002): 20--43.

Marks, Paula, “Davy Crockett, Texas, and Shared Identities,” Western Historical Quarterly 33 (Winter 2002): 479--484.

Podruchny, Carolyn, “Baptizing Novices: Ritual Moments among French Canadian Voyageurs in the Montreal Fur Trade, 1780--1821,” Canadian Historical Review 83 (June 2002): 165--95.

Schullery, Paul, “Frontier Fly-Fishing in the New West,” Montana The Magazine of Western History 52 (Summer 2002): 2--9.

Tivy, Mary, “Dreams and Nightmares: Changing Visions of the Past at Doon Pioneer Village,” Ontario History 94 (Spring 2002): 79--99.

Utley, Robert M., “Tales of the Texas Rangers,” American Heritage 53 (June/July 2002):
40--7.

Spanish Borderlands

Barbour, Barton H., “Kit Carson and the ‘Americanization’ of New Mexico,” New Mexico Historical Review 77 (Spring 2002): 115--43.

Horton, Sarah, “New Mexico’s Cuarto Centenario and Spanish American Nationalism: Collapsing Past Conquests and Present Dispossession,” Journal of the Southwest 44 (Spring 2002): 49--60.

Leeke, Jim, “Our Late Unpleasantness With Mexico: The Ohio National Guard on Border Service, 1916,” Timeline 19 (May/June 2002): 40--54.

McMichael, Andrew, “The Kemper ‘Rebellion’: Filibustering and Resident Anglo American Loyalty in Spanish West Florida,” Louisiana History 43 (Spring 2002): 133--65.
 
Rosario Rodríguez Díaz, María del, “Mexico’s Vision of Manifest Destiny during the 1847 War,” Journal of Popular Culture 35 (Fall 2001): 41--50.

Sandoval, David A., “The American Invasion of New Mexico and Mexican Merchants,” Journal of Popular Culture 35 (Fall 2001): 61--72.

Valerio-Jiménez, Omar S., “Neglected Citizens and Willing Traders: The Villas del Norte (Tamaulipas) in Mexico’s Northern Borderlands, 1749--1846,” Mexican Studies 18 (Summer 2002): 251--96.

Urban

Bachhofer, Aaron, “Forgotten Founder: Charles G. ‘Gristmill’ Jones and the Growth of Oklahoma City, 1889--1911,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 80 (Spring 2002): 44--61.

Journal of the West 41 (Spring 2002). Special issue, “Urbanization in the West.”

Sagarena, Roberto Lint, “Building California’s Past: Mission Revival Architecture and Regional Identity,” Journal of Urban History 28 (May 2002): 429--44.

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