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WINTER 2020 VOL. 40/ No. 1

Restorative Narrative: Nonfiction and the Resetting of the Grasslands' Future
Susan Naramore Maher, 1-22

The Nebraska War of the Roses: The Conflict in Founding a Methodist University
John Irwin, 23-60

A Woman's Place at the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition
Jillian Roger, 61-88

Battle of the Banks: The Genesis and Resilience of Community Banking in Oklahoma
Michael J. Hightower, 89-104

BOOK REVIEWS

Mark Twain among the Indians and Other Indigenous People by Kerry Driscoll, reviewed by Beverly Lyon Clark, 105-106

All My Relatives: Exploring Lakota Ontology, Belief, and Ritual by David C. Posthumus, reviewed by Victoria Sprague (Dakota), 106

The Homesteaders: From Confederation to the Great War by Sandra Rollings-Magnusson, reviewed by Bill Waiser, 106-107

Keetsahnak/Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters ed. by Kim Anderson, Maria Campbell, and Christi Belcourt, reviewed by Wendelin Hume, 107-108

Petroglyphs, Pictographs, and Projections: Native American Rock Art in the Contemporary Cultural Landscape by Richard A. Rogers, reviewed by Phil R. Geib, 108-109

Pioneers of Promotion: How Press Agents for Buffalo Bill, P. T. Barnum, and the World's Columbian Exposition Created Modern Marketing by Joe Dobrow, reviewed by Libby R. Tronnes, 109-110

Ned Christie: The Creation of an Outlaw and Cherokee Hero by Devon A. Mihesuah, reviewed by Justin Gage, 110-111

Osage Women and Empire: Gender and Power by Tai S. Edwards, reviewed by Jean Dennison, 111-112

Growing Up with the Country: Family, Race, and Nation after the Civil War by Kendra Taira Field, reviewed by Quincy D. Newell, 112-113

Woman Suffrage and Citizenship in the Midwest, 1870–1920 by Sara Egge, reviewed by Kimberly Jensen, 113-114

Flood on the Tracks: Living, Dying, and the Nature of Disaster in the Elkhorn River Basin by Todd M. Kerstetter, reviewed by Thomas W. Haase, 114-115

Women in Texas History by Angela Boswell, reviewed by Sara Egge, 115-116

Left in the West: Literature, Culture, and Progressive Politics in the American West ed. by Gioia Woods, reviewed by Daniel Worden, 116


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SPRING 2020 VOL. 40/ No. 2

Sending a Sailor to War: The Ponca Singers, California Hobbyists, Vietnam, and the Rejection of the Counterculture Myth of the New Age Indian
Paul McKenzie-Jones, 117-128

From Prussia to Kansas: The 1880 Census and German Immigrants
Scott Scheuerell, 129-141

The Great Plains, the Buffalo Commons, and the Constitution of Regional Identity
Bryce D. Tellmann, 143-160

In Search of a Dust Bowl Narrative for the Twenty-First Century
Frank Uekötter, 161-168

BOOK REVIEWS

A Brief History of Nebraska by Ronald Naugle, reviewed by Bill Hayes, 169-170

The Old Chisholm Trail: From Cow Path to Tourist Stop by Wayne Ludwig, reviewed by Daniel T. Gresham, 170-171

The Jews' Indian: Colonialism, Pluralism, and Belonging in America by David S. Koffman, reviewed by Rachel Rubinstein, 171-172

Up the Trail: How Texas Cowboys Herded Longhorns and Became an American Icon by Tim Lehman, reviewed by Tim Keane, 172-173

1889: The Boomer Movement, the Land Run, and Early Oklahoma City by Michael J. Hightower, reviewed by Julie Hufstetler, 173-174

Across the Continent: The Union Pacific Photographs of Andrew J. Russell by Daniel Davis, reviewed by William A. Wetherholt, 174-175

The American West and the World: Transnational and Comparative Perspectives by Janne Lahti, reviewed by Adam R. Hodge, 175

Art of the West: Selected Works from the Autry Museum ed. by Amy Scott, reviewed by George Philip Lebourdais, 176

Reviewed by African Americans in Central Texas History: From Slavery to Civil Rights ed. by Bruce A. Glasrud and Deborah M. Liles, reviewed by Steeve O. Buckridge, 177

Unruly Rhetorics: Protest, Persuasion, and Publics ed. by Jonathan Alexander, Susan Jarratt, and Nancy Welch, reviewed by Matt Whitaker, 178-179