Archives Library Information Center (ALIC)

Quarterly Compilation of Periodical Literature
Reflecting the Use of Records in the National Archives: 1995


Current Issues

Volume 22, Number 1, January-March, 1995

1. Amundson, Michael A. Pen Sketches of Promise: The Western Drawings of Merritt Dana Houghton. Montana: The Magazine of Western History. Autumn 1994; 44(4): 54-65.
RG029.

2. Andrews, Gregg. Immigrant Cement Workers: The Strike of 1910 in Ilasco, Missouri. Missouri Historical Review. January 1995; 89(2): 162-183.
RG029.

3. Ansell, Martin. Such is Luck: The Mining Career of Edward L. Doheny in New Mexico, 1880-1891. New Mexico Historical Review. January 1995; 70(1): 47-65.
RG060.

4. Asher, Brad. A Shaman-killing Case on Puget Sound, 1873-1874: American Law and Salish Culture. Pacific Northwest Quarterly. Winter 1994/95; 86(1): 17-24.
RG075.

5. Bacon, Lee D. Early Navy Personnel Records at the National Archives, 1776-1860. Prologue. Spring 1995; 27(1): 76-80.
RG015/RG024/RG030/RG127.

6. Baller, Bill. Kinship and Culture in the Mobilization of Colonial Massachusetts. Historian. Winter 1995; 57(2): 291-302.
RG015.

7. Bamman, Gale Williams. Challenging the Obvious Conclusion: Which John J. Jordan Did Alexander Produce? National Genealogical Society Quarterly. December 1994; 82(4): 255-268.
RG029.

8. Bartlett, Merrill L. The Inside Track to Commandant. Proceedings, U.S. Naval Institute. January 1995; 121(1): 58-63.
RG080/RG127/HH Library/FDR Library.

9. Behrens, Jo Lea Wetherilt. In Defense of "Poor Lo": National Indian Defense Association and Council Fire's Advocacy for Sioux Land Rights. South Dakota History. Fall/Winter 1994; 24(3/4): 153-173.
RG075.

10. Campbell, Randolph B. Reconstruction in McClennan County, Texas, 1865-1876. Prologue. Spring 1995; 27(1): 16-33.
RG029/RG094/RG105/RG393.

11. Carter, Kent. Hanging Judge Parker and the Gunfight at Alexander's Store: Opportunities for Research in the Records of the U.S. Court at Fort Smith. Chronicles of Oklahoma. Winter 1994-95; 72(4): 440-455.
RG021/RG059/RG060.

12. Conrad, James L., Jr. "Drive that Branch": Samuel Slater, the Power Loom, and the Writing of America's Textile History. Technology and Culture. January 1995; 36(1): 1-28.
RG029.

13. Corum, James S. The Luftwaffe's Army Support Doctrine, 1918-1941. Journal of Military History. January 1995; 59(1): 53-76.
RG242.

14. De Bruhl, Marshall. In Search of Sam Houston. Prologue. Spring 1995; 27(1): 6-15.
RG111.

15. Dippie, Brian W. Government Patronage: Catlin, Stanley, and Eastman. Montana: The Magazine of Western History. Autumn 1994; 44(4): 40-53.
RG046.

16. Dmohowski, Joseph. From a Common Ground: The Quaker Heritage of Jessamyn West and Richard Nixon. California History. Fall 1994; 73(3): 216-239.
Nixon VP Papers.

17. Drukman, Mason. Oregon's Most Famous Feud: Wayne Morse versus Richard Neuberger. Oregon Historical Quarterly. Fall 1994; 95(3): 300-367.
LBJ Library.

18. Ellis, Clyde. There Are So Many Things Needed: Establishing the Rainy Mountain Boarding School, 1891-1900. Chronicles of Oklahoma. Winter 1994-95; 72(4): 414-439.
RG075.

19. Fifty years ago...World War II. Prologue. Spring 1995; 27(1): 74-75.
RG111.

20. Flamm, Michael W. The National Farmers Union and the Evolution of Agrarian Liberalism, 1937-1946. Agricultural History. Summer 1994; 68(3): 54-80.
FDR Library.

21. Forster, Greg. Sherman's Feuding Generals. Civil War Times Illustrated. March-April 1995; 34(1): 40-45, 70-75.
NARA photos.

22. Ganz, A. Harding. Questionable Objective: The Brittany Ports, 1944. Journal of Military History. January 1995; 59(1): 77-95.
RG604.

23. Hall, R. Cargill. The Eisenhower Administration and the Cold War: Framing American Astronautics to Serve National Security. Prologue. Spring 1995; 27(1): 58-72.
RG079/RG080/RG306/DDE Library.

24. Harvey, Mark W. T. Battle for Dinosaur: Echo Park Dam and the Birth of the Modern Wilderness Movement. Montana: Magazine of Western History. Winter 1995; 45(1): 32-45.
HST Library.

25. Haw, James. A Broken Compact: Insecurity, Union, and the Proposed Surrender of Charleston, 1779. South Carolina Historical Magazine. January 1995; 96(1): 30-53.
RG360.

26. Helsley, Alexia Jones. Vox Populi and the Fall of Fort Fisher. South Carolina Historical Magazine. January 1995; 96(1): 71-73.
RG109.

27. Hogan, David W., Jr. MacArthur, Stilwell, and Special Operations in the War against Japan. Parameters. Spring 1995; 25(1): 104-115.
RG226/RG338/RG407/RG493.

28. Iverson, Peter. When Indians Became Cowboys. Montana: Magazine of Western History. Winter 1995; 45(1): 16-31.
RG075.

29. Jensen, Richard E. The Pawnee Mission, 1834-1846. Nebraska History. Winter 1994; 75(4): 301-310.
RG075.

30. Kepfield, Sam S. El Dorado on the Prairie: The Development of Agricultural Irrigation and Water Law in Nebraska, 1860-1895. Nebraska History. Fall 1994; 75(3): 232-243.
RG029.

31. Kerstens, Elizabeth Kelley. Tracking a Soldier between Enlistment and Discharge: The Example of Private Charles Plucker. National Genealogical Society Quarterly. December 1994; 82(4): 245-254.
RG036/RG059/RG094/RG153/RG391.

32. Leiker, James N. Voices From a Disease Frontier: Kansans and Cholera, 1867. Kansas History. Winter 1994-1995; 17(4): 236-253.
RG094.

33. Little, Elizabeth A. The Female Sailor on the Christopher Mitchell: Fact and Fantasy. American Neptune. Fall 1994; 54(4): 252-258.
RG059.

34. MacKenzie, S. P. The Treatment of Prisoners of War in World War II. Journal of Modern History. September 1994; 66(3): 487-520.
RG242.

35. Montoya, Maria E. The Roots of Economic and Ethnic Divisions in Northern New Mexico: The Case of the Civilian Conservation Corps. Western Historical Quarterly. Spring 1995; 26(1): 14-34.
RG035.

36. Naske, Claus-M. Some Attention, Little Action: Vacillating Federal Efforts to Provide Territorial Alaska with an Economic Base. Western Historical Quarterly. Spring 1995; 26(1): 36-68.
RG016/RG040/RG048/RG126/RG187/FDR Library/HST Library/LBJ Library.

37. Nicolosi, Robert. The Battle off Samar: The Leyte Gulf Battle that Was Not Supposed to Happen. Sea History. Autumn 1994; 71: 14-18.
NARA photos.

38. Nordlander, David. Innokentii Veniaminov and the Expansion of Orthodoxy in Russian America. Pacific Historical Review. February 1995; 64(1): 19-36.
RG261.

39. Nunis, Doyce B., Jr. Edward Gould Buffum: Early California Journalist. California History. Summer 1994; 73(2): 114-129.
RG094/RG393.

40. Owens, Jeffrey Alan. Naming the Plantation: An Analytical Survey from Tensas Parish, Louisiana. Agricultural History. Fall 1994; 68(4): 46-69.
RG077.

41. Paul, R. Eli. The Investigation of Special Agent Cooper and Property Damage Claims in the Winter of 1890-1891. South Dakota History. Fall/Winter 1994; 24(3/4): 212-235.
RG075/RG094/RG123/RG205.

42. Peterson, John M. Forgotten Kansas Artist: Adam Rohe. Kansas History. Winter 1994-1995; 17(4): 220-235.
RG015/RG094.

43. Pry, Mark E. Statehood Politics and Territorial Development: The Arizona Constitution of 1891. Journal of Arizona History. Winter 1994; 35(4): 397-426.
RG048.

44. Rhonda, James P. A Moment in Time: The West, September 1806. Montana: The Magazine of Western History. Autumn 1994; 44(4): 2-15.
NARA photos.

45. Ruppert, Gary B. From the Rhineland to the Chesapeake: The German-American Rupperts of Nineteenth-Century Baltimore. National Genealogical Society Quarterly. December 1994; 82(4): 269-291.
RG029.

46. Schamel, Charles E. Untapped Resources: Private Claims and Private Legislation in the Records of the U.S. Congress. Prologue. Spring 1995; 27(1): 44-57.
RG046/RG059/RG066/RG128/RG148/RG233/RG287.47. Schlup, Leonard. America's First Lady: Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis and Her Letters. Manuscripts. Winter 1995; 47(1): 25-34.
HST Library/LBJ Library.

48. Schmitz, David F.; Fousekis, Natalie. Frank Church, the Senate, and the Emergence of Dissent on the Vietnam War. Pacific Historical Review. November 1994; 63(4): 561-581.
RG046/JFK Library/LBJ Library.

49. Schrems, Suzanne H. A Lasting New Deal Legacy: The Civilian Conservation Corps, the National Park Service, and the Development of the Oklahoma State Park System. Chronicles of Oklahoma. Winter 1994-95; 72(4): 368-395.
RG079.

50. Sloan, Edward W. The U.S.S. Kearsarge, Sixteen Irishmen, and a Dark and Stormy Night. American Neptune. Fall 1994; 54(4): 259-264.
RG024.

51. Spinney, Robert G. Municipal Government in Nashville, Tennessee, 1938-1951: World War II and the Growth of the Public Sector. Journal of Southern History. February 1995; 61(1): 77-112.
RG215.

52. Steward, Dick. John Smith T and the Way West: Filibustering and Expansion on the Missouri Frontier. Missouri Historical Review. October 1994; 89(1): 48-74.
RG059.

53. Van Vugt, William E. An English Shoemaker in Indiana: The Story of Samuel Fowler Smith. Indiana Magazine of History. March 1995; 91(1): 18-56.
RG029/RG036.

54. Ward, Geoffrey C. Re-Examining Roosevelt. American Heritage. April 1995; 46(2): 16-18.
FDR Library.

55. Welch, James. Killing Custer: An Excerpt. Montana: The Magazine of Western History. Autumn 1994; 44(4): 16-27.
NARA photos.

56. Whigham, Thomas. Paraguay and the World Cotton Market: The "Crisis" of the 1860s. Agricultural History. Summer 1994; 68(3): 1-15.
RG059.

57. Wilson, Dale E. The Army's Segregated Tank Battalions in World War II. Army History. Fall 1994(32): 14-17.
RG407.

58. Woodworth-Ney, Laura. The Diaries of a Day-School Teacher: Daily Realities on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, 1932-1942. South Dakota History. Fall/Winter 1994; 24(3/4): 194-211.
RG075.

59. Zeitlin, Jonathan. Flexibility and Mass Production at War: Aircraft Manufacture in Great Britain, the United States, and Germany, 1939-1945. Technology and Culture. January 1995; 36(1): 46-79.
RG046.

60. Ziegler, Charles A. Weapons Development in Context: The Case of the World War I Balloon Bomber. Technology and Culture. October 1994; 35(4): 750-767.
RG018/RG111.

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Volume 22, Number 2, April-June, 1995

61. Anderson, Kevin M. The Venezuelan Claims Controversy at the Hague, 1903. Historian. Spring 1995; 57(3): 525-536.
RG059.

62. Auel, Lisa B. The Face of War. Prologue. Fall 1994; 26(3): 170-177.
RG011/RG080/RG111/RG153/RG238/RG338/RG407.

63. Blair, William A. Justice versus Law and Order: The Battles over the Reconstruction of Virginia's Minor Judiciary, 1865-1870. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. April 1995; 103(2): 157-180.
RG105.

64. Bohannon, Keith. Cadets, Drillmasters, Draft Dodgers, and Soldiers: The Georgia Military Institute During the Civil War. Georgia Historical Quarterly. Spring 1995; 79(1): 5-29.
RG029/RG123.

65. Breen, William J. Foundations, Statistics, and State-Building: Leonard P. Ayres, the Russell Sage Foundation, and U.S. Government Statistics in the First World War. Business History Review. Winter 1994; 68(4): 451-482.
RG062.

66. Byrne, Frank J. Rebellion and Retail: A Tale of Two Merchants in Confederate Atlanta. Georgia Historical Quarterly. Spring 1995; 79(1): 30-56.
RG109.

67. Byrne, William A. "Uncle Billy" Sherman Comes to Town: The Free Winter of Black Savannah. Georgia Historical Quarterly. Spring 1995; 79(1): 91-116.
RG105/NARA photos.

68. Chaffin, Tom. "Sons of Washington": Narciso Lopez, Filibustering, and U.S. Nationalism, 1848-1851. Journal of the Early Republic. Spring 1995; 15(1): 79-108.
RG021.

69. Coe, Carl Robert. Politics and Assassination: The Story of General Levin Hudson Coe. Tennessee Historical Quarterly. Spring 1995; 54(1): 30-39.
RG029.

70. Cornelius, Kay Oldham. General WIlliam Moore: Pioneer, Patriot, Politician. Tennessee Historical Quarterly. Spring 1995; 54(1): 16-29.
RG015.

71. Costigliola, Frank. Kennedy, the European Allies, and the Failure to Consult. Political Science Quarterly. Spring 1995; 110(1): 105-123.
JFK Library/LBJ Library.

72. Davis, Stephen. "A Very Barbarous Mode of Carrying on War": Sherman's Artillery Bombardment of Atlanta, July 20 - August 24, 1864. Georgia Historical Quarterly. Spring 1995; 79(1): 57-90.
RG094.

73. Dean, Virgin W. Charles F. Brannan and the Rise and Fall of Truman's "Fair Deal" for Farmers. Agricultural History. Winter 1995; 69(1): 28-53.
RG016/RG051/HST Library.

74. Derickson, Alan. Physiological Science and Scientific Management in the Progressive Era: Frederic S. Lee and the Committee on Industrial Fatigue. Business History Review. Winter 1994; 68(4): 483-514.
RG090.

75. Dobak, William A. The Army and the Buffalo: A Demur. Western Historical Quarterly. Summer 1995; 26(2): 197-202.
RG094/RG393.

76. Dyer, Thomas G. Atlanta's Other Civil War Novel: Fictional Unionists in a Confederate City. Georgia Historical Quarterly. Spring 1995; 79(1): 147-168.
RG217/RG502.

77. Dyer, Thomas G. "A Most Unexampled Exhibition of Madness and Brutality": Judge Lynch in Saline County, Missouri, 1859, Part 1. Missouri Historical Review. April 1995; 89(3): 269-289.
RG029.

78. Ellis, Mark. W.E.B. Du Bois and the Formation of Black Opinion in World War I: A Commentary on "The Damnable Dilemma". Journal of American History. March 1995; 81(4): 1584-1590.
RG065/RG165.

79. Eppinga, Jane. Henry O. Flipper in the Court of Private Land Claims: The Arizona Career of West Point's First Black Graduate. Journal of Arizona History. Spring 1995; 36(1): 33-54.
RG021/RG049/RG060/NARA photos.

80. Ferrell, Robert H. Harry S. Truman: A Chance President and the New World of Superpowers. Prologue. Fall 1994; 26(3): 152-165.
RG079/RG208/RG260/RG286/RG306/FDR Library/HST Library.

81. Field, James A., Jr. Tokyo, 1945. American Heritage. May-June 1995; 46(3): 78-88.
NARA photos.

82. Fifty Years Ago...World War II. Prologue. Fall 1994; 26(3): 178-179.
RG026/RG208.

83. Fifty Years Ago...World War II. Prologue. Winter 1994; 26(4): 278-281.
RG111.

84. Frazier, Paul. Profitable Trickle: The Diversion of Industrial Alcohol in Prohibition Philadelphia. Prologue. Winter 1994; 26(4): 224-233.
RG021/RG029/RG306.

85. Ganyard, Stephen T. Where Air Power Fails. Proceedings, U.S. Naval Institute. January 1995; 121(1): 36-39.
LBJ Library.

86. Gastelum, Luis A. Memories of My Youth at Tubac: From the Old Homestead to Adulthood. Journal of Arizona History. Spring 1995; 36(1): 1-32.
RG029.

87. Gentry, James R. Euro-American Encounters with the Twin Falls Area, 1864-1868. Idaho Yesterdays. Winter 1995; 38(4): 12-19.
RG094.

88. Gladwin, Lee A. Hollywood Propaganda, Isolationism, and Protectors of the Public Mind, 1917-1941. Prologue. Winter 1994; 26(4): 234-247.
RG046/RG080/RG208/RG306.

89. Gunn, Virginia Railsback. Industrialists Not Butterflies: Women's Higher Education at Kansas State Agricultural College, 1873-1882. Kansas History. Spring 1995; 18(1): 2-17.
RG029.

90. Gustafson, Milton O. Seward's Bargain: The Alaska Purchase from Russia. Prologue. Winter 1994; 26(4): 261-269.
RG059/RG111/RG217.

91. Haines, Gerald K. Virginia Hall Goillot: Career Intelligence Officer. Prologue. Winter 1994; 26(4): 248-260.
RG059/RG165/RG208/RG226/RG306.

92. Harris, Charles F. Catalyst for Terror: The Collapse of the Women's Prison in Kansas City. Missouri Historical Review. April 1995; 89(3): 290-306.
RG029.

93. Harris, J. William. Etiquette, Lynching, and Racial Boundaries in Southern History: A Mississippi Example. American Historical Review. April 1995; 100(2): 387-410.
RG029/RG061/RG165.

94. Heinrichs, Waldo. FDR and the Entry in World War II. Prologue. Fall 1994; 26(3): 118-129.
RG080/RG111/RG208/RG242/RG306/FDR Library.

95. Hoffman, Jon. "Truth Without Fear". Proceedings, U.S. Naval Institute. May 1995; 121(5): 57-63.
HST Library.

96. Horowitz, Joel. Argentina's Failed General Strike of 1921: A Critical Moment in the Radicals' Relations with Unions. Hispanic American Historical Review. February 1995; 75(1): 57-79.
RG059.

97. Hull, Theodore J. Electronic Records in the National Archives for World War II Research. Prologue. Fall 1994; 26(3): 166-169.
RG029/RG210/RG330/RG389.

98. Jaffee, Walter W. Rebel Pirates and California Gold. Civil War Times Illustrated. May-June 1995; 34(2): 48-55.
NARA photos.

99. Johnson, David K. "Homosexual Citizens": Washington's Gay Community Confronts Civil Service. Washington History. Fall-Winter 1994-95; 6(2): 44-63.
RG048.

100. Jordan, Weymouth T., Jr.; Thomas, Gerald W. Massacre at Plymouth: April 20, 1864. North Carolina Historical Review. April 1995; 72(2): 125-197.
RG015/RG024/RG045/RG052/RG095/RG109.

101. Keefer, Louis E. Birth and Death of the Army Specialized Training Program. Army History. Winter 1995; 33: 1-7.
RG160.

102. Keller, Kenneth W. Merchandising Nature: The H. J. Weber and Sons Nursery. Missouri Historical Review. April 1995; 89(3): 307-326.
RG015/RG049.

103. Lessoff, Alan. Washington Insider: The Early Career of Charles Moore. Washington History. Fall-Winter 1994-95; 6(2): 64-80.
RG066/NARA photos.

104. Litten, Frederick S. The Noulens Affair. China Quarterly. June 1994; 138: 492-512.
RG059/RG263.

105. Lowe, Richard. Local Black Leaders during Reconstruction in Virginia. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. April 1995; 103(2): 181-206.
RG029/RG105.

106. Matthewson, Tim. Jefferson and Haiti. Journal of Southern History. May 1995; 61(2): 209-248.
RG059.

107. Meier, Michael T. Civil War Draft Records: Exemptions and Enrollments. Prologue. Winter 1994; 26(4): 282-286.
RG094/RG110.

108. Meixsel, Richard B. Major General George Grunert, WPO-3, and the Philippine Army, 1940-1941. Journal of Military History. April 1995; 59(2): 303-324.
RG165/RG407/DDE Library.

109. Miller, Nathan. "The Bride at Every Wedding": Theodore Roosevelt in the White House. Prologue. Winter 1994; 26(4): 214-223.
RG066/RG121/RG208.

110. Moreno, Paul. Racial Classifications and Reconstruction Legislation. Journal of Southern History. May 1995; 61(2): 271-304.
RG046/RG233.

111. Moses, H. Vincent. "The Orange-Grower is not a Farmer": G. Harold Powell, Riverside Orchardists, and the Coming of Industrial Agriculture, 1893-1930. California History. Spring 1995; 74(1): 22-37.
RG054.

112. Mulcahy, Kevin V. Rethinking Groupthink: Walt Rostow and the National Security Advisory Process in the Johnson Administration. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Spring 1995; 25(2): 237-250.
LBJ Library.

113. Mulcahy, Kevin V. Walt Rostow As National Security Advisor, 1966-69. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Spring 1995; 25(2): 223-236.
LBJ Library.

114. Owens, Larry. The Counterproductive Management of Science in the Second World War: Vannevar Bush and the Office of Scientific Research and Development. Business History Review. Winter 1994; 68(4): 515-576.
RG051/RG165/RG227.

115. Passamaneck, Stephen M. Morris Goldsmith: Deputy United States Marshal. American Jewish Archives. Spring/Summer 1994; 46(1): 63-100.
RG021/RG029.

116. Patton, Thomas W. Forestry and Politics: Franklin D. Roosevelt as Governor of New York. New York History. October 1994; 75(4): 397-418.
FDR Library.

117. Prechtel-Kluskens, Claire. Documenting the Career of Federal Employees. Prologue. Fall 1994; 26(3): 180-185.
RG027/RG045/RG056/RG085/RG121.

118. Qaimmaqami, Linda Wills. The Catalyst of Nationalization: Max Thornburg and the Failure of Private Sector Development in Iran, 1947-1951. Diplomatic History. Winter 1995; 19(1): 1-31.
RG059/RG084/RG218/RG319.

119. Reed, Germaine M. Realization of a Dream: Charles H. Herty and the South's First Newsprint Mill. Forest and Conservation History. January 1995; 39(1): 4-16.
FDR Library.

120. Rees, Jonathan. Caught in the Middle: The Seizure and Occupation of the Cudahy Brothers Company, 1944-1945. Wisconsin Magazine of History. Spring 1995; 78(3): 200-218.
RG160/RG250/FDR Library.

121. Robertson, David T. Descendants of Dennis Mero of Falmouth, Maine, Dorchester, Mass., and Norwich, Conn. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. April 1995; 149: 155-172.
RG015.

122. Sharrer, G. Terry. The Great Glanders Epizootic, 1861-1866: A Civil War Legacy. Agricultural History. Winter 1995; 69(1): 79-97.
RG092/RG094/RG108/RG111.

123. Smith, David G. "Georgians Seem to Suffer More Than Any Troops in the Service": A Profile of Two Companies of Madison County Confederates. Georgia Historical Quarterly. Spring 1995; 79(1): 169-191.
RG029.

124. Smith, Gaddis. Forty Months: Franklin D. Roosevelt as War Leader, 1941-1945. Prologue. Fall 1994; 26(3): 130-139.
RG026/FDR Library.

125. Smith, Richard Norton. On the Outside Looking In: Herbert Hoover and World War II. Prologue. Fall 1994; 26(3): 140-151.
RG111/RG200/RG208/HH Library.

126. Smith, Thomas G. Negotiating with Fidel Castro: The Bay of Pigs Prisoners and a Lost Opportunity. Diplomatic History. Winter 1995; 19(1): 59-86.
RG059/HH Library/FDR Library/DDE Library/JFK Library.

127. Steel, Ronald. FDR, the Object of Her Adoration. Civilization. March-April 1995; 2(2): 82.
FDR Library.

128. Varney, George W. Thomas Varney of Boston and Some of His Descendants. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. April 1995; 149: 141-154.
RG029.

129. Walker, Alan. Go in Peace: The Peace Corps Experience. Prologue. Winter 1994; 26(4): 270-277.
RG490.

130. Wert, Hal Elliott. U.S. Aid to Poles under Nazi Domination, 1939-1940. Historian. Spring 1995; 57(3): 511-524.
RG059/RG200.

131. Williams, Kenneth H. Prince Without a Kingdom: The Recall of John Bankhead Magruder. Civil War History. March 1995; 41(1): 5-21.
RG109.

132. Winton, Harold R. The Battle of the Bulge. Military Review. December 1994 - January-February 1995; 75(1): 107-123.
RG338.

133. Yoder, Edwin M., Jr. Gentleman Journalist. Civilization. March-April 1995; 2(2): 34-41.
NARA photos.

134. Zhu, Liping. How the Other Half Lived: Chinese Daily Life in Boise Basin Mining Camps. Idaho Yesterdays. Winter 1995; 38(4): 20-28.
RG058.

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Volume 22, Number 3, July-September, 1995

135. Abel, Christopher. External Philanthropy and Domestic Change in Colombian Health Care: The Role of the Rockefeller Foundation, ca. 1920-1950. Hispanic American Historical Review. August 1995; 75(3): 339-376.
RG059.

136. Allen, Thomas B.; Polmar, Norman. Code-Name Downfall. Civil War Times Illustrated. September-October 1995; 30(4): 50-53, 58-61.
NARA photos.

137. Blume, Kenneth J. Coal and Diplomacy in the British Caribbean during the Civil War. Civil War History. June 1995; 41(2): 116-141.
RG045/RG059/RG084.

138. Buecker, Thomas R. "Can You Send Us Immediate Relief?": Army Expeditions to the Northern Black Hills, 1876-1878. South Dakota History. Summer 1995; 25(2): 95-115.
RG094/RG393.

139. Critchlow, Donald T. Birth Control, Population Control, and Family Planning: An Overview. Journal of Policy History. 1995; 7(1): 1-21.
DDE Library/LBJ Library.

140. DeSanto, Jerry. Foundation for a Park: Explorer and Geologist Bailey Willis in the Area of Glacier National Park. Forest and Conservation History. July 1995; 39(3): 130-137.
RG076.

141. diGiacomantonio, William C. "For the Gratification of a Volunteering Society": Antislavery and Pressure Group Politics in the First Federal Congress. Journal of the Early Republic. Summer 1995; 15(2): 169-197.
RG046/RG059.

142. Dorsey, Kurk. Scientists, Citizens, and Statesmen: U.S. - Canadian Wildlife Protection Treaties in the Progressive Era. Diplomatic History. Summer 1995; 19(3): 407-429.
RG059.

143. Edwards, Michael M. Ensign Spruance and His Captain Queeg. Proceedings, U.S. Naval Institute. July 1995; 121(7): 57-59.
RG024.

144. Engle, Stephen D. Don Carlos Buell: Military Philosophy and Command Problems in the West. Civil War History. June 1995; 41(2): 89-115.
RG094/RG107.

145. Ferrie, Joseph P. Up and Out or Down and Out? Immigrant Mobility in the Antebellum United States. Journal of Interdisciplinary History. Summer 1995; 36(1): 33-55.
RG029.

146. Fursenko, Alexander; Naftali, Timothy. Using KGB Documents: The Scali-Feklisov Channel in the Cuban Missile Crisis. Cold War International History Project Bulletin. Spring 1995; 5: 58, 60-62.
JFK Library.

147. Gallagher, Mary A. Y. Reinterpreting the "Very Trifling Mutiny" at Philadelphia in June 1783. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. January-April 1995; 119(1/2): 3-35.
RG360.

148. Gibbs, David N. Political Parties and International Relations: The United States and the Decolonization of Sub-Saharan Africa. International History Review. May 1995; 17(2): 306-327.
RG059/DDE Library/JFK Library.

149. Gilmore, Allison B. "We Have Been Reborn": Japanese Prisoners and the Allied Propaganda War in the Southwest Pacific. Pacific Historical Review. May 1995; 64(2): 195-215.
RG165/RG208/RG226/RG331.

150. Hanhimaki, Jussi. Self-Restraint as Containment: United States' Economic Policy, Finland, and the Soviet Union, 1945-1953. International History Review. May 1995; 17(2): 287-305.
RG059/RG084/RG286/HST Library.

151. Heaton, John W. "No place to pitch their teepees": Shoshone Adaptation to Mormon Settlers in Cache Valley, 1855-70. Utah Historical Quarterly. Spring 1995; 63(2): 158-171.
RG075.

152. Hopkins, Fred. The Plattsburg Mutiny, 1816. American Neptune. Spring 1995; 55(2): 135-141.
RG021/RG041.

153. Hulston, Nancy J. Federal Children: Indian Education and the Red Cloud-McGillycuddy Conflict. South Dakota History. Summer 1995; 25(2): 81-94.
RG075.

154. Ivey, James. "The Best Sutler's Store in America": James E. Barrow and the Formation of Trader's Row at Fort Union, New Mexico, 1867-1891. New Mexico Historical Review. July 1995; 70(3): 299-327.
RG092/RG098.

155. Launius, Roger D. A Western Mormon in Washington, D.C.: James C. Fletcher, NASA, and the Final Frontier. Pacific Historical Review. May 1995; 64(2): 217-241.
RG051.

156. Ledesma, Irene. Texas Newspapers and Chicana Workers' Activism, 1919-1974. Western Historical Quarterly. Autumn 1995; 26(3): 309-331.
RG025.

157. LePore, Herbert P. Contribution to Victory: The Distribution and Supply of Ammunition and Ordnance in the Pacific Theater of Operations. Army History. Spring-Summer 1995; 34: 31-36.
RG094/RG095/RG156/RG165/RG313.

158. Little, Douglas. A Puppet in Search of a Puppeteer? The United States, King Hussein, and Jordan, 1953-1970. International History Review. August 1995; 17(3): 512-544.
RG059/DDE Library/LBJ Library.

159. Mackintosh, Barry. Shootout on the Old C.& O. Canal: The Great Parkway Controversy, 1950-1960. Maryland Historical Magazine. Summer 1995; 90(2): 140-163.
RG079.

160. Magliari, Michael. What Happened to the Populist Vote? A California Case Study. Pacific Historical Review. August 1995; 64(3): 389-412.
RG029.

161. Magnuson, Diana L. Who and What Determined the Content of the U.S. Population Schedule Over Time. Historical Methods. Winter 1995; 28(1): 11-26.
RG029.

162. Magnuson, Diana L.; King, Miriam L. Comparability of the Public Use Microdata Samples: Enumeration Procedures. Historical Methods. Winter 1995; 28(1): 27-32.
RG029/RG046/RG233.

163. Maltese, John Anthony. Speaking Out: The Role of Presidential Rhetoric in the Modern Supreme Court Confirmation Process. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Summer 1995; 25(3): 447-455.
HH Library/Nixon Materials.

164. Milum, Betty. Eisenhower, ALA, and the Selection of L. Quincy Mumford. Libraries & Culture. Winter 1995; 30(1): 26-56.
DDE Library.

165. Newman, Robert P. Ending the War with Japan: Paul Nitze's "Early Surrender" Counterfactual. Pacific Historical Review. May 1995; 64(2): 167-194.
RG243.

166. Ostermann, Christian. New Documents on the East German Uprising of 1953. Cold War International History Project Bulletin. Spring 1995; 5: 10-17, 57.
RG059/DDE Library.

167. Park, Steven H. "The Ship Without Liberty": Mutiny and the Clipper Contest. American Neptune. Spring 1995; 55(2): 123-134.
RG084.

168. Polmar, Norman; Allen, Thomas B. Invasion Most Costly. Proceedings, U.S. Naval Institute. August 1995; 121(8): 51-56.
HST Library/NARA photos.

169. Price, Matt. Roots of Dissent: The Chicago Met Lab and the Origins of the Franck Report. Isis. June 1995; 86(2): 222-244.
RG227/RG326.

170. Rousey, Dennis C. From Whence They Came to Savannah: The Origins of an Urban Population in the Old South. Georgia Historical Quarterly. Summer 1995; 79(2): 305-336.
RG029.

171. Schlesinger, Stephen. Cryptanalysis for Peacetime: Codebreaking and the Birth and Structure of the United Nations. Cryptologia. July 1995; 19(3): 217-235.
RG457/NARA photos.

172. Scully, Eileen P. Taking the Low Road to Sino-American Relations: "Open Door" Expansionists and the Two China Markets. Journal of American History. June 1995; 82(1): 62-83.
RG059/RG084/RG276.

173. Shadow, Robert D.; Rodriguez-Shadow, Maria. From Reparticion To Partition: A History of the Mora Land Grant, 1835-1916. New Mexico Historical Review. July 1995; 70(3): 257-298.
RG059.

174. Sharpless, John. World Population Growth, Family Planning, and American Foreign Policy. Journal of Policy History. 1995; 7(1): 72-102.
RG469.

175. Smith, Gene A. A Means to an End: Gunboats and Thomas Jefferson's Theory of Defense. American Neptune. Spring 1995; 55(2): 111-121.
RG045.

176. Smith, Thomas G. John Kennedy, Stewart Udall, and New Frontier Conservation. Pacific Historical Review. August 1995; 64(3): 329-362.
JFK Library/LBJ Library.

177. Sylvia, Ronald D. Presidential Decision Making and Leadership in the Civil Rights Era. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Summer 1995; 25(3): 391-411.
HST Library/DDE Library/JFK Library/LBJ Library.

178. Tangires, Helen. Contested Space: The Life and Death of Center Market. Washington History. Spring-Summer 1995; 7(1): 46-67.
RG042/RG083/RG233/NARA photos.

179. Tilchin, William N. Theodore Roosevelt, Anglo-American Relations, and the Jamaica Incident of 1907. Diplomatic History. Summer 1995; 19(3): 385-405.
RG045/RG059.

180. Tomlinson, Barbara. Making Her Way: The Career of Congresswoman Florence P. Dwyer. New Jersey History. Fall-Winter 1994; 112(3-4): 41-77.
Nixon materials.

181. Tucker, Spencer. The Jeffersonian Gunboats in Service, 1804-1825. American Neptune. Spring 1995; 55(2): 97-110.
RG024/RG045.

182. Turner, William B. Lesbian/Gay Rights and Immigration Policy: Lobbying to End the Medical Model. Journal of Policy History. 1995; 7(2): 208-225.
JC Library.

183. Van Splunter, Jacob M. Strategic Minerals and Decolonization: The United States and Great Britain versus the Netherlands, 1945-1951. International History Review. August 1995; 17(3): 485-511.
RG059/RG077/RG084/RG227/RG469/HST Library.

184. Wilson, Sandra. The "New Paradise": Japanese Emigration to Manchuria in the 1930s and 1940s. International History Review. May 1995; 17(2): 249-286.
RG059.

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185. Wright, Donald. "That Hell-Hole of Yours". American Heritage. October 1995; 46(6): 47-58.
FDR Library.

186. Allen, Desmond Walls. Which Henry Cook? A Methodology for Searching Confederate Ancestors. Prologue. Fall 1995; 27(3): 286-289.
RG029/RG109/RG111.

187. Barnett, Steve. Controversy in Utah Territory. Manuscripts. Fall 1995; 47(4): 295-300.
RG060.

188. Bell, John L. Samuel Stanford Ashley, Carpetbagger and Educator. North Carolina Historical Review. October 1995; 72(4): 456-483.
RG105.

189. Belmonte, Laura. Anglo-American Relations and the Dismissal of MacArthur. Diplomatic History. Fall 1995; 19(4): 641-667.
RG084/HST Library.

190. Blaisdell, Lowell L. The Assassination of Humbert I. Prologue. Fall 1995; 27(3): 240-247.
RG060.

191. Blumer, Thomas J. Record of Catawba Indians' Confederate Service. South Carolina Historical Magazine. July 1995; 96(3): 221-229.
RG109.

192. Bruns, Roger. The Preacher and the Anarchist: A Turn-of-the-Century Debate. Prologue. Fall 1995; 27(3): 230-239.
RG165.

193. Clark, Mark; Nielsen, Henry. Crossed Wires and Missed Connections: Valdemar Poulsen, the American Telegraphone Company, and the Failure to Commercialize Magnetic Recording. Business History Review. Spring 1995; 69(1): 1-41.
RG021/RG241.

194. Cook, Robert. "The Grave of All My Comforts": William Pitt Fessenden as Secretary of the Treasury, 1864-65. Civil War History. September 1995; 41(3): 208-226.
RG050/RG056.

195. Eckes, Alfred E. Revisiting Smoot-Hawley. Journal of Policy History. 1995; 7(3): 295-310.
RG059/HH Library.

196. Fagan, Michele L. Overseas With the ANC: Experiences of Nebraska Nurses. Nebraska History. Summer-Fall 1995; 76(2-3): 106-121.
RG112.

197. Fifty Years Ago...World War II. Prologue. Fall 1995; 27(3): 284-285.
RG080/RG238. 198. Finch, L. Boyd. Sanctified by Myth: The Battle of Picacho Pass. Journal of Arizona History. Autumn 1995; 36(3): 251-266.
RG029/RG109.

199. Fishback, Price V. An Alternative View of Violence in Labor Disputes in the Early 1900s: The Bituminous Coal Industry, 1890-1930. Labor History. Summer 1995; 37(3): 426-456.
RG280.

200. Foregger, Richard. Two Sketch Maps of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Extermination Camps. Journal of Military History. October 1995; 59(4): 687-696.
FDR Library.

201. Goering, Karen M. Manuel de Franca: St. Louis Portrait Painter. Gateway Heritage. Summer 1995; 16(1): 26-31.
RG029.

202. Goodrich, James W.; Gentzler, Lynn Wolf. "I Will Remember": David Holmes Conrad's Recollections of St. Louis, 1819-1823: Part I. Missouri Historical Review. October 1995; 90(1): 1-37.
RG021/RG029.

203. Goodwin, Doris Kearns. No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. Prologue. Fall 1995; 27(3): 198-217.
RG086/RG165/RG210/FDR Library.

204. Green, Venus. Race and Technology: African-American Women in the Bell System, 1945-1980. Technology and Culture. April 1995 (supplement); 36(2): S101-S143.
RG403.

205. Holzimmer, Kevin C. Walter Krueger, Douglas MacArthur, and the Pacific War: The Wakde-Sarmi Campaign as a Case Study. Journal of Military History. October 1995; 59(4): 661-685.
RG407.

206. Huddle, Mark Andrew. North Carolina's Forgotten Abolitionist: The American Missionary Association Correspondence of Daniel Wilson. North Carolina Historical Review. October 1995; 72(4): 416-455.
RG029.

207. Kochavi, Arieh J. Discord within the Roosevelt Administration over a Policy toward War Criminals. Diplomatic History. Fall 1995; 19(4): 617-639.
RG059/RG084/RG107/RG165/RG238/FDR Library.

208. Leonard. Elizabeth D. Civil War Nurse, Civil War Nursing: Rebecca Usher of Maine. Civil War History. September 1995; 41(3): 190-207.
RG015.

209. Lovett, Bobby L. African Americans, Civil War, and Aftermath in Arkansas. Arkansas Historical Quarterly. Autumn 1995; 54(3): 304-358.
RG056/RG094/RG101/RG105/RG125. 210. Marks, Bayly Ellen. Rakes, Nippers, and Tongs: Oystermen in Antebellum St. Mary's County. Maryland Historical Magazine. Fall 1995; 90(3): 312-333.
RG029/RG041/RG045/RG110.

211. Marvel, William. Johnny Ransom's Imagination. Civil War History. September 1995; 41(3): 181-189.
RG015/RG249.

212. McGirr, Lisa. Black and White Longshoremen in the IWW: A History of the Philadelphia Marine Transport Workers Industrial Union Local 8. Labor History. Summer 1995; 37(3): 377-402.
RG032/RG065/RG165.

213. Morgan, Thomas D. Native Americans in World War II. Army History. Fall 1995; 35: 22-27.
RG080.

214. Mulligan, Timothy P. Forcing a U-Boat Ace to Surface: Source Materials in a Biography of Werner Henke. Prologue. Fall 1995; 27(3): 248-257.
RG024/RG038/RG080/RG165/RG242/RG389/RG457.

215. Musick, Michael P. Honorable Reports: Battles, Campaigns, and Skirmishes - Civil War Records and Research. Prologue. Fall 1995; 27(3): 258-277.
RG094/RG109/RG111/RG112/RG165/RG220.

216. Nathan, James. The Rise & Decline of Coercive Statecraft. Proceedings, U.S. Naval Institute. October 1995; 121(10): 59-65.
JFK Library.

217. Oates, Stephen B. The Man at the White House Window. Civil War Times Illustrated. November-December 1995; 34(5): 52-62.
NARA photos.

218. Parish, Peter J. An Exception to Most of the Rules: What Made American Nationalism Different in the Mid-Nineteenth Century? Prologue. Fall 1995; 27(3): 218-229.
RG011/RG029/RG064/RG111.

219. Patrick, Jeffrey L. To the Black Hills Gold Fields: The Letters of Samuel M. Zent, Hoosier Prospector, 1875-1876. Indiana Magazine of History. September 1995; 91(3): 262-287.
RG094.

220. Paul, Marilyn. The Paper Trail: Army Records from Vietnam. Prologue. Fall 1995; 27(3): 278-283.
RG046/RG111/RG306/RG472.

221. Roberts, Alisdair. The Brownlow-Brookings Feud: The Politics of Dissent Within the Academic Community. Journal of Policy History. 1995; 7(3): 311-340.
FDR Library. 222. Rothman, Hal. "Same Horse, New Wagon": Tradition and Assimilation Among the Jews of Wichita, 1865-1930. Great Plains Quarterly. Spring 1995; 15(2): 83-104. RG029.

223. Ruegamer, Lana. Dorothy Lois Riker, 1904-1994: Reflections on Indiana History, Historical Editing, and Women in the Historical Profession. Indiana Magazine of History. September 1995; 91(3): 246-261.
RG029.

224. Schmitzer, Jeanne Cannella. Index to the "Registers of Signatures of Depositors in Branches of the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company," Louisville, Kentucky, Branch - September 16, 1865 - July 8, 1874. Kentucky Ancestors. 1994-1995; 31(1): 21-40.
RG101.

225. Schwartz, Thomas A. The United States and Germany after 1945: Alliances, Transnational Relations, and the Legacy of the Cold War. Diplomatic History. Fall 1995; 19(4): 549-568.
RG059/RG466/HST Library/DDE Library.

226. Scott, Kim Allen. The Civil War in a Bottle: Battle at Fayetteville, Arkansas. Arkansas Historical Quarterly. Autumn 1995; 54(3): 239-268.
RG094.

227. Smith, Shannon. From Relief to Revolution: American Women and the Russian-American Relationship, 1890-1917. Diplomatic History. Fall 1995; 19(4): 601-616.
RG200.

228. Still, William N., Jr. Anglo-American Naval Logistic Cooperation in World War I. American Neptune. Summer 1995; 55(3): 213-222.
RG019/RG045/RG052/RG080.

229. Sutherland, Daniel E. No Better Officer in the Confederacy: The Wartime Career of Daniel C. Govan. Arkansas Historical Quarterly. Autumn 1995; 54(3): 269-303.
RG029/RG109.

230. Sweeney, Edwin R. "One of Heaven's Heroes": A Mexican General Pays Tribute to the Honor and Courage of a Chiricahua Apache. Journal of Arizona History. Autumn 1995; 36(3): 209-232.
RG075/RG393.

231. Valone, Stephen J. "Weakness Offers Temptation": William H. Seward and the Reassertion of the Monroe Doctrine. Diplomatic History. Fall 1995; 19(4): 583-599.
RG059.

232. Wegner, Dana M. The Frigate Strikes Her Colors. American Neptune. Summer 1995; 55(3): 243-258.
RG019/RG045.

233. Wiersma, Joy. Patriotism, Pragmatism, and Prostitution: Interplay of Class, Political, Gender, and Medical Issues in the Borderlands. New Mexico Historical Review. October 1995; 70(4): 399-416.
RG181.

234. Wood, W. Raymond. Or Go Down in Flame: A Navigator's Death over Schweinfurt. Nebraska History. Summer-Fall 1995; 76(2-3): 84-99.
RG018/RG094.

235. Wright, Annette C. Strategy and Structure in the Textile Industry: Spencer Love and Burlington Mills, 1923-1962. Business History Review. Spring 1995; 69(1): 42-79.
RG266.

236. Zontek, Ken. Hunt, Capture, Raise, Increase: The People Who Saved the Bison. Great Plains Quarterly. Spring 1995; 15(2): 133-149.
RG075.

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