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Compilation of Periodical Literature: Agriculture Cluster

Record Groups 7, 8, 16, 17, 33, 54, 83, 95, 96, 97, 103, 114, 124, 136, 145, 152, 161, 164, 166, 176, 221, 224, 258, 310, 354, 355, 445, 462, 463, 540
  1. "In the American Eye: From an Exhibit of National Archives Photographs". Prologue 11, no.3 (Fall 1979): 171-183.
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  2. "Professionalalism in the Rural Social Sciences, 1896-1919". Agricultural History 58, no.3 (July 1984): 373-392.

  3. "See History As It Happened: The National Archives Experience Highlights America’s Film Treasures". Prologue 36, no.3 (Fall 2004): 16-21.
    Online version
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  4. Abbott, Susan. "Federal Perspective: Interpretations of Mexican American Communities". Prologue 32, no.1 (2000): 37-45.

  5. Abrahams, Paul. "Agricultural Adjustment During the New Deal Period: The New York Milk Industry: A Case Study". Agricultural History 39, no.2 (April 1965): 92-101.

  6. Abrams, Douglas Carl. "Irony of Reform: North Carolina Blacks and the New Deal". North Carolina Historical Review 66, no.2 (April 1989): 149-178.
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  7. Aldrich, Mark. "From Forest Conservation to Market Preservation: Invention and Diffusion of Wood-Preserving Technology, 1880-1939". Technology and Culture 47, no.2 (April 2006): 311-340.

  8. Alexander, Thomas G. "From Rule of Thumb to Scientific Range Management: The Case of the Intermountain Region of the Forest Service". Western Historical Quarterly 18, no.4 (October 1987): 409-428.

  9. Alexander, Thomas G. "Ogden, A Federal Colony in Utah". Utah Historical Quarterly 47, no.3 (Summer 1979): 290-309.

  10. Auel, Lisa B. "Ties That Bind: Communities in American History". Prologue 24, no.2 (Summer 1992): 169-173.

  11. Autobee, Robert. "Every Child in a Garden: George H. Maxwell and the American Homecroft Society". Prologue 28, no.3 (Fall 1996): 194-206.

  12. Babbitt, Kathleen R. "The Productive Farm Woman and the Extension Home Economist in New York State, 1920-1940". Agricultural History 67, no.2 (Spring 1993): 83-101.

  13. Baker, Gladys L. "'And to Act for the Secretary': Paul H. Appleby and the Department of Agriculture, 1933-1940". Agricultural History 45, no.4 (October 1971): 235-258.
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  14. Baker, Gladys L. "Women in the U. S. Department of Agriculture". Agricultural History 50, no.1 (January 1976): 190-201.

  15. Bearden, Russel. "Jefferson County’s Worst Disaster: The Flood of 1927". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 43, no.4 (Winter 1984): 324-338.
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  16. Beddow, James B. "Depression and New Deal: Letters from the Plains". Kansas Historical Quarterly 43, no.2 (Summer 1977): 140-153.
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  17. Bernstein, Barton J. "The Postwar Famine and Price Control, 1946". Agricultural History 38, no.4 (October 1964): 235-240.
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  18. Blakey, George T. "The New Deal and Rural Kentucky, 1933-1941". Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 84, no.2 (Spring 1986): 146-191.

  19. Bower, Douglas E. "The Research and Marketing Act of 1946 and its Effects on Agricultural Marketing Research". Agricultural History 56, no.1 (January 1982): 249-263.

  20. Bray, Kingsley M. "'We Belong to the North': The Flights of the Northern Indians from the White River Agencies, 1877-1878". Montana: The Magazine of Western History 55, no.2 (Summer 2005): 28-47.

  21. Breen, William J. "Labor-Market Statistics and the State: The United States in the Era of the Great War, 1914-1930". Journal of Policy History 8, no.3 (1996): 310-334.
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  22. Breen, William J. "The Mobilization of Skilled Labor in World War I: 'Voluntarism,' the U.S. Public Service Reserve, and the Department of Labor, 1917-1918". Labor History 32, no.2 (Spring 1991): 253-272.

  23. Brigham, Jay. "Lighting the Reservation: The Impact of the Rural Electrification Administration on Native Lands". Journal of the West 40, no.1 (Winter 2001): 81-88.

  24. Briley, Ronald F. "Smith W. Brookhart and the Limitations of Senatorial Dissent". Annals of Iowa 48, no.1-2 (Summer/Fall 1985): 56-79.

  25. Brown, Clayton. "Rural Electrification: Sources for the South and West". Government Publications Review 7A, no.2 (1980): 139-143.

  26. Brown, D. Clayton. "North Carolina Rural Electrification: Precedent of the REA". North Carolina Historical Review 59, no.2 (Spring 1982): 109-124.
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  27. Brown, D. Clayton. "Prosperous Farms and Happier Homes: Arkansas Agricultural Extension Service, 1911-1966". Prologue 30, no.2 (Summer 1998): 136-145.

  28. Bugos, Glenn E. "Intellectual Property Protection in the American Chicken-Breeding Industry". Business History Review 66, no.1 (Spring 1992): 127-168.

  29. Buhs, Joshua Blu. "Dead Cows in a Georgia Field: Mapping the Cultural Landscape of the Post-World War II American Pesticide Controversies". Environmental History 7, no.1 (January 2002): 99-121.

  30. Buhs, Joshua Blu. "The Fire Ant Wars: Nature and Science in the Pesticide Controversies of the Late Twentieth Century". Isis 93, no.3 (September 2002): 377-400.

  31. Bunting, Robert. "The Environment and Settler Society in Western Oregon". Pacific Historical Review 64, no.3 (1995): 413-432.

  32. Burger, Barbara Lewis. "American Images: Photographs and Posters in the Still Picture Branch". Prologue 22, no.4 (1990): 353-368.
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  33. Bustard, Bruce I. "A New Deal for the Arts". Prologue 29, no.1 (Spring 1997): 62-69.
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  34. Bustard, Bruce I. "Managing Nature: Environmental Images of the American West". Prologue 24, no.4 (Winter 1992): 394-397.

  35. Bustard, Bruce I. "Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives". Prologue 32, no.2 (Summer 2000): 114-121.
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  36. Bustard, Bruce. "The Way We Worked". Prologue 37, no.4 (Winter 2005): 40-45.
    Online version

  37. Butler, Stuart L., and Graeme McCluggage. "Taking Measure of America: Records in the Cartographic and Architectural Branch". Prologue 23, no.1 (1991): 41-57.
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  38. Campbell, Ann M. "Reaping the Records: Research Opportunities in Regional Archives Branches". Agricultural History 49, no.1 (January 1975): 99-104.

  39. Cannon, Brian Q. "'Keep on a-goin’': Life and Social Interaction in a New Deal Labor Camp". Agricultural History 70, no.1 (Winter 1996): 1-32.

  40. Cannon, Brian Q. "'Quite a Wrestling Match': The Adaptation of Dryland Farmers to Irrigation". Agricultural History 66, no.2 (Spring 1992): 120-136.

  41. Cannon, Brian Q. "Keeping Their Instructions Straight: Implementing the Rural Resettlement Program in the West". Agricultural History 70, no.2 (Spring 1996): 251-267.

  42. Cannon, Brian Q. "Power Relations: Western Rural Electric Cooperatives and the New Deal". Western Historical Quarterly 31, no.2 (Summer 2000): 134-160.

  43. Carter, Kent. "Oklahoma History: In Texas? The Fort Worth Branch of the National Archives". Chronicles of Oklahoma 64, no.1 (Spring 1986): 84-95.
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  44. Carter, Kent. "Total War: The Federal Government and the Home Front". Prologue 23, no.3 (Fall 1991): 224-229.
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  45. Cassedy, James Gilbert. "African Americans and the American Labor Movement". Prologue 29, no.2 (Summer 1997): 112-121.
    Online version
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  46. Chamberlain, Charles D., III. "'On the Train and Gone': Worker Mobility in the Rural Southwest During World War II, 1939-1945". Southwestern Historical Quarterly 103, no.4 (April 2000): 426-451.

  47. Chesnutt, E. F. "Rural Electrification in Arkansas, 1935-1940: The Formative Years". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 46, no.3 (Autumn 1987): 215-260.

  48. Chirhart, Ann Short. "'Gardens of Education': Beulah Rucker and African-American Culture in the Twentieth-Century Georgia Upcountry". Georgia Historical Quarterly 132, no.4 (Winter 1998): 829-847.

  49. Christie, Jean. "New Deal Resources Planning: The Proposals of Morris L. Cooke". Agricultural History 53, no.3 (July 1979): 597-606.
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  50. Clark, Thomas R. "The Limits of State Autonomy: The Medical Cooperatives of the Farm Security Administration, 1935-1946". Journal of Policy History 11, no.3 (1999): 257-282.

  51. Clary, David A. "What Price Sustained Yield?: The Forest Service, Community Stability, and Timber Monopoly Under the 1944 Sustained-Yield Act". Journal of Forest History 31, no.1 (January 1987): 4-18.

  52. Clayson, William. "The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce, the New Deal, and the Ropesville Resettlement Project". Great Plains Quarterly 18, no.1 (Winter 1998): 3-22.

  53. Clements, Kendrick A. "Herbert Hoover and Conservation". American Historical Review 89, no.1 (February 1984): 67-88.
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  54. Clive, Alan. "The Michigan Farmer in World War II". Michigan History 60, no.4 (Winter 1976): 291-314.

  55. Clow, Richmond L. "Timber Users, Timber Savers: Homestake Mining Company and the First Regulated Timber Harvest". South Dakota History 22, no.3 (Fall 1992): 213-237.

  56. Cobb, James C. "'Somebody Done Nailed Us on the Cross': Federal Farm and Welfare Policy and the Civil Rights Movement in the Mississippi Delta". Journal of American History 77, no.3 (December 1990): 912-936.

  57. Cohen, Robert. "Public Schools and Hard Times: Letters from Georgia Educators and Students to Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt, 1933-1940". Georgia Historical Quarterly 82, no.1 (Spring 1998): 121-149.
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  58. Cohen, William. "Negro Involuntary Servitude in the South, 1986-1940: A Preliminary Analysis". Journal of Southern History 42, no.1 (February 1976): 31-60.

  59. Coleman, Samuel K. "Riken from 1945 to 1948: The Reorganization of Japan’s Physical and Chemical Research Institute under the American Occupation". Technology and Culture 31, no.2 (1990): 228-250.

  60. Colley, Charles C. "The Desert Shall Blosson: North African Influences on the American Southwest". Western Historical Quarterly 14, no.3 (July 1983): 277-290.

  61. Coppin, Clayton. "James Wilson and Harvey Wiley: The Dilemma of Bureaucratic Entrepreneurship". Agricultural History 64, no.2 (Spring 1990): 167-181.

  62. Cox, Thomas R. "Frontier Enterprise versus the Modern Age: Fred Herrick and the Closing of the Lumberman’s Frontier". Pacific Northwest Quarterly 84, no.1 (January 1993): 19-29.

  63. Crawford, Rebecca. "The Forgotten Federal Census of 1885". Prologue 40, no.3 (Fall 2008): 54-59.

  64. Cunfer, Geoff. "The New Deal’s Land Utilization Program in the Great Plains". Great Plains Quarterly 21, no.3 (Summer 2001): 193-210.

  65. Daly, Gerald. "The British Roots of American Public Housing". Journal of Urban History 15, no.4 (August 1989): 399-434.
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  66. Danbom, David B. "The Agricultural Experiment Station and Professionalization: Scientists’ Goals for Agriculture". Agricultural History 60, no.2 (Spring 1986): 246-266.

  67. Danbom, David B. "The Agricultural Extension System and the First World War". Historian 41, no.2 (February 1979): 315-331.

  68. Daniel, Pete. "A Rogue Bureaucracy: The USDA Fire Ant Campaign of the Late 1950s". 64, no.2 (Agricultural History): 99-114.

  69. Daniel, Pete. "African American Farmers and Civil Rights". Journal of Southern History 73, no.1 (February 2007): 3-38.

  70. Daniel, Pete. "Going Among Strangers: Southern Reactions to World War II". Journal of American History 77, no.3 (December 1990): 886-911.

  71. Daniel, Pete. "The Crossroads of Change: Cotton, Tobacco, and Rice Cultures in the Twentieth-Century South". Journal of Southern History 50, no.3 (August 1984): 429-456.

  72. Daniel, Pete. "The Transformation of the Rural South 1930 to the Present". Agricultural History 55, no.3 (July 1981): 231-248.

  73. de Jong, Greta. "'With the Aid of God and the F.S.A.': The Louisiana Farmers’ Union and the African Freedom Struggle in the New Deal Era". Journal of Social History 34, no.1 (Fall 2000): 105-139.

  74. de Jong, Greta. "Staying in Place: Black Migration, the Civil Rights Movement, and the War on Poverty in the Rural South". Journal of African American History 90, no.4 (Fall 2005): 387-409.

  75. Dean, Virgil W. "Charles F. Brannan and the Rise and Fall of Truman’s 'Fair Deal' for Farmers". Agricultural History 69, no.1 (Winter 1995): 28-53.
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  76. Dean, Virgil W. "Farm Policy and Truman’s 1948 Campaign". Historian 55, no.3 (1993): 501-516.
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  77. Dean, Virgil W. "The Farm Policy Debate of 1949-50: Plains State Reaction to the Brannan Plan". Great Plains Quarterly 13, no.1 (Winter 1993): 33-46.
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  78. Dean, Virgil W. "Why Not the Brannan Plan?". Agricultural History 70, no.2 (Spring 1996): 268-282.

  79. Dinwoodie, David H. "Indians, Hispanos, and Land Reform: A New Deal Struggle in New Mexico". Western Historical Quarterly 17, no.3 (July 1986): 291-323.

  80. Drury, Clifford M. "Lawyer, Head Chief of the Nez Perce 1848-1875". Idaho Yesterdays 22, no.4 (Winter 1979): 2-15, 18-24.

  81. Dunbar, Robert G. "Pioneering Groundwater Legislation in the United States: Mortages, Land Banks, and Institution-Building in New Mexico". Pacific Historical Review 47, no.4 (November 1978): 565-584.

  82. Dunbar, Robert G. "The Adaptation of Groundwater-Control Institutions to the Arid West". Agricultural History 51, no.4 (October 1977): 662-680.

  83. Dunlap, Thomas R. "Farmers, Scientists, and Insects". Agricultural History 54, no.1 (January 1980): 93-107.

  84. Dunlap, Thomas R. "That Kaibab Myth". Journal of Forest History 32, no.2 (April 1988): 60-68.

  85. Dye, Alan, and Richard Sicotte. "The U.S. Sugar Program and the Cuban Revolution". Journal of Economic History 64, no.3 (September 2004): 673-704.

  86. Eagles, Charles W. "Two 'Double V’s': Jonathan Daniels, FDR, and Race Relations During World War II". North Carolina Historical Review 56, no.3 (July 1982): 252-270.
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  87. Effland, Anne B. W., and William R. Effland. "Soil Geomorphology Studies in the U.S. Soil Survey Program". Agricultural History 66, no.2 (Spring 1992): 189-212.

  88. Effland, Anne B., Denise M. Rogers, and Valerie Grim. "Women as Agricultural Landowners: What Do We Know About Them?". Agricultural History 67, no.2 (Spring 1993): 235-261.

  89. Effland, Anne B.W. "When Rural Does Not Equal Agricultural". Agricultural History 74, no.2 (Spring 2000): 489-501.

  90. Elias, Megan. "'Model Mamas': The Domestic Partnership of Home Ecomonics Pioneers Flora Rose and Martha Van Rensselaer". Journal of the History of Sexuality 15, no.1 (January 2006): 65-89.

  91. Ellenberg, George B. "Debating Farm Power: Draft Animals, Tractors, and the United States Department of Agriclture". Agricultural History 74, no.2 (Spring 2000): 545-568.

  92. Ernst, Daniel. "Morgan and the New Dealers". Journal of Policy History 20, no.4 (2008): 447-481.

  93. Fabry, Judith. "Enlightened Selfishness: Great Falls and the Sun River Project". Montana: The Magazine of Western History 44, no.1 (Winter 1994): 14-27.

  94. Fahey, John. "Irrigation, Apples, and the Spokane Country". Pacific Northwest Quarterly 84, no.1 (January 1993): 7-18.

  95. Fisher, Charles R. "The Great Guns of the Navy, 1797-1843". American Neptune 36, no.4 (October 1976): 276-295.

  96. Fitzgerald, Deborah. "Farmers Deskilled: Hybrid Corn and Farmers’ Work". Technology and Culture 34, no.2 (April 1993): 324-343.

  97. Foley, Neil. "Mexicans, Mechanization, and the Growth of Corporate Cotton Culture in South Texas: The Taft Ranch, 1900-1930". Journal of Southern History 62, no.2 (May 1996): 275-302.

  98. Forsythe, James L. "Clifford Hope of Kansas: Practical Congressman and Agrarian Idealist". Agricultural History 51, no.2 (April 1977): 406-420.

  99. Forsythe, James L. "Postmortem on the Election of 1948: An Evaluation of Cong. Clifford R. Hope’s Views". Kansas Historical Quarterly 38, no.3 (Autumn 1972): 338-359.
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  100. Forsythe, James L. "World Cotton Technology Since World II". Agricultural History 54, no.1 (January 1980): 208-222.
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  101. Fox, William LLoyd. "Harvey W. Wiley’s Search for American Sugar Self-sufficiency". Agricultural History 54, no.4 (October 1980): 516-526.

  102. Fusonie, Alan E. "The Heritage of Oriental Art and Photo Imaging in USDA: Past, Present and Future". Agricultural History 2, no.300-314 (64).

  103. Fusonie, Alan E. "The History of the National Agricultural Library". Agricultural History 62, no.2 (Spring 1988): 189-207.
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  104. Gamboa, Erasmo. "Braceros in the Pacific Northwest: Laborers on the Domestic Front, 1942-1947". Pacific Historical Review 56, no.3 (August 1987): 378-398.

  105. Garfield, Seth. "Tapping Masculinity: Labor Recruitment to the Brazilian Amazon during World War II". Hispanic American Historical Review 86, no.2 (May 2006): 275-308.
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  106. Gellman, Erik S. and Jarod H. Roll. "Owen Whitefield and the Gospel of the Working Class in New Deal America, 1936-1946". Journal of Southern History 72, no.2 (May 2006): 303-348.
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  107. Geong, Hae-Gyung. "The Pink Bollworm Campaign in the South: Agricultural Quarantines and the Role of the Public in Insect Control, 1915-1930". Agricultural History 74, no.2 (Spring 2000): 309-321.

  108. Gilbert, Jess. "Democratic Planning in Agricultural Policy: The Federal-County Land-Use Planning Program, 1938-1942". Agricultural History 70, no.2 (Spring 1996): 233-250.

  109. Gilbert, Jess, and Ellen Baker. "Wisconsin Economists and New Deal Agricultural Policy: The Legacy of Progressive Professors". Wisconsin Magazine of History 80, no.4 (Summer 1997): 280-312.
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  110. Gladstone, William. "Private Lewis Martin and His Brief War". Prologue 35, no.2 (Summer 2003): 44-49.

  111. Glover, James M., and Regina B. Glover. "Robert Marshall: Portrait of a Liberal Forester". Journal of Forest History 30, no.3 (July 1986): 112-119.
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  112. Gootenberg, Paul. "Between Coca and Cocaine: A Century or More of U.S.-Peruvian Drug Paradoxes, 1860-1980". Hispanic American Historical Review 83, no.1 (February 2003): 119-150.

  113. Graves, Gregory R. "Exodus from Indian Territory: The Evolution of Cotton Culture in Eastern Oklahoma". Chronicles of Oklahoma 60, no.2 (Summer 1982): 186-209.

  114. Grubbs, Donald H. "Gardner Jackson, that 'Socialist' Tenant Farmers’ Union, and the New Deal". Agricultural History 42, no.2 (April 1968): 125-137.
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  115. Gunsburg, Jeffery A. "The Battle of Gembloux, 14-15 May 1940: The 'Blitzkieg' Checked". Journal of Military History 64, no.1 (January 2000): 97-140.

  116. Guth, James L. "Herbert Hoover, the U. S. Food Administration, and the Dairy Industry, 1917-1918". Business History Review 55, no.2 (Summer 1981): 170-187.

  117. Gwiazda, Henry J., II. "In Search of the Big One: Earthquakes in United States History". Prologue 21, no.4 (Winter 1989): 359-371.
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  118. Hamilton, David E. "Herbert Hoover and the Great Drought of 1930". Journal of American History 16, no.4 (March 1982): 850-875.
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  119. Hamilton, David E. "The Causes of the Banking Panic of 1930: Another View". Journal of Southern History 51, no.4 (November 1985): 581-609.

  120. Hargreaves, Mary W. M. "The Durum Wheat Controversy". Agricultural History 42, no.3 (July 1968): 211-229.

  121. Harmon, Frank J. "What Should Foresters Wear? The Forest Service’s Seventy-Five-Year Search for a Uniform". Journal of Forest History 24, no.4 (October 1980): 188-199.

  122. Harris, Carmen V. "States’ Rights, Federal Bureaucrats, and Segregated 4-H Camps in the United States, 1927-1969". Journal of African American History 93, no.3 (Summer 2008): 362-388.

  123. Hawkins, Richard A. "James D. Dole and the 1932 Failure of the Hawaiian Pineapple Company". Hawaiian Journal of History 41, no. (2007): 149-170.

  124. Haycox, Stephen W. "Economic Development and Indian Land Rights in Modern Alaska: The 1947 Tongass Timber Act". Western Historical Quarterly 21, no.1 (February 1990): 21-46.
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  125. Headley, J. C. "Soil Conservation and Cooperative Extension". Agricultural History 59, no.2 (April 1985): 290-306.

  126. Heinicke, Craig, and Wayne A. Grove. "'Machinery Has Completely Taken Over': The Diffusion of the Mechanical Cotton Picker, 1949-1964". Journal of Interdisciplinary History 39, no.1 (Summer 2008): 65-96.

  127. Helfman, Bill. "'Sun Rising in an Eastern Sky': Japanese Americans in Washington Township, 1920-1942". California History 73, no.1 (Spring 1994): 54-71.

  128. Helms, Douglas. "Conserving the Plains: The Soil Conservation Service in the Great Plains". Agricultural History 64, no.2 (Spring 1990): 58-73.

  129. Helms, Douglas. "Eroding the Color Line: The Soil Conservation Service and the Civil Rights Act of 1964". Agricultural History 65, no.2 (Spring 1991): 35-53.

  130. Helms, Douglas. "Revision and Reversion: Changing Cultural Control Practices for the Cotton Boll Weevil". Agricultural History 54, no.1 (January 1980): 108-125.

  131. Helms, Douglas. "Technological Methods for Boll Weevil Control". Agricultural History 53, no.1 (January 1979): 286-299.

  132. Hendrickson, Kenneth E., Jr. "The Civilian Conservation Corps in Pennsylvania: A Case Study of a New Deal Relief Agency in Operation". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 100, no.1 (January 1976): 66-96.

  133. Hendrickson, Kenneth E., Jr. "The Civilian Conservation Corps in South Dakota". South Dakota History 11, no.1 (Winter 1980): 1-20.

  134. Henningson, Berton E., Jr. "The Wealth of Nations and the Poverty of Producers: The Conflict Between Free Trade and the New Deal Farm Program". Agricultural History 61, no.1 (Winter 1987): 74-93.

  135. Hicks, Floyd W., and C. Roger Lambert. "Food for the Hungry: Federal Food Programs in Arkansas, 1933-1942". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 37, no.1 (Spring 1978): 21-43.
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  136. Hines, Linda O. "George W. Carver and the Tuskegee Agricultural Experiment Station". Agricultural History 53, no.1 (January 1979): 71-83.

  137. Hochheiser, Sheldon. "The Evolution of U. S. Food Color Standards, 1913-1919". Agricultural History 55, no.4 (October 1981): 385-391.

  138. Holl, Jack M. "The National Reactor Testing Station: The Atomic Energy Commission in Idaho, 1949-1962". Pacific Northwest Quarterly 85, no.1 (January 1994): 15-24.

  139. Holt, Marilyn Irvin. "From Better Babies to 4-H: A Look at Rural America, 1900-1930". Prologue 24, no.3 (Fall 1992): 244-255.

  140. Hoover, Roy O. "Public Law 272 Comes to Shelton: Implementing the Sustained-Yield Forest Management Act of 1944". Journal of Forest History 22, no.2 (April 1978): 86-101.

  141. Hurt, Douglas R. "The National Grasslands: Origin and Development in the Dust Bowl". Agricultural History 59, no.2 (April 1985): 246-259.

  142. Hurt, R. Douglas. "Federal Land Reclamation in the Dust Bowl". Great Plains Quarterly 6, no.2 (Spring 1986): 94-106.

  143. Hurt, R. Douglas. "Gaining Control of the Environment: The Morton County Land Utilization Project in the Kansas Dust Bowl". Kansas History 19, no.2 (Summer 1996): 140-153.

  144. Hurt, R. Dougls. "Prices, Payments, and Production: Kansas Wheat Farmers and the Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 1933-1939". Kansas History 23, no.1-2 (Spring-Summer 2000): 12-25.

  145. Isern, Thomas D. "Farming in the Flint Hills: A Photographic Essay". Kansas History 6, no.4 (Winter 1983-84): 221-236.

  146. Isern, Thomas D. "The Erosion Expeditions". Agricultural History 59, no.2 (April 1985): 181-191.

  147. Isern, Thomas D. "Wheat Explorer the World Over: Mark Carleton of Kansas". Kansas History 23, no.1-2 (Spring-Summer 2000): 12-25.

  148. Ivey, Linda L. "Ethnicity in the Land: Lost Stories in California Agriculture". Agricultural History 81, no.1 (Winter 2007): 98-124.

  149. Jellison, Katherine. "Farm Women in American History: A Note on Sources Available in Washington, D.C.". Annals of Iowa 51, no.2 (1991): 168-177.
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  150. Jensen, Joan M. "'I’ve Worked, I’m Not Afraid of Work': Farm Women in New Mexico, 1920-1940". New Mexico Historical Review 61, no.1 (January 1986): 26-52.

  151. Jensen, Joan M. "Canning Comes to New Mexico: Women and the Agricultural Extension Service, 1914-1919". New Mexico Historical Review 57, no.4 (October 1982): 361-386.

  152. Jensen, Joan M. "Crossing Ethnic Barriers in the Southwest: Women’s Agricultural Extension Education, 1914-1940". Agricultural History 60, no.2 (Spring 1986): 169-181.

  153. Johnson, Michael W. "Whiskey or Water: A Brief History of the Cache National Forest". Utah Historical Quarterly 73, no.4 (Fall 2005): 329-345.

  154. Jones, Allen W. "The Role of Tuskegee Institute in the Education of Black Farmers". Journal of Negro History 60, no.2 (April 1975): 252-267.

  155. Jones, Allen W. "The South’s First Black Farm Agents". Agricultural History 50, no.4 (October 1976): 636-644.

  156. Jones, Allen W. "Thomas M. Campbell: Black Agricultural Leader of the New South". Agricultural History 53, no.1 (January 1979): 42-59.

  157. Jones, Lu Ann. "In Search of Jennie Booth Moton, Field Agent, AAA". Agricultural History 72, no.2 (Spring 1998): 446-458.

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