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Compilation of Periodical Literature: Interior Department Cluster

Record Groups 22, 48, 55, 57, 70, 79, 115, 126, 139, 140, 141, 185, 186, 187, 193, 199, 232, 312, 315, 320, 323, 327, 350, 368, 380, 382, 409, 412, 452, 471, 473, 515

  1. "'What's the oldest document in the archives?': Royal Ordinances for the Danish American Islands". Prologue 48, no.2 (Summer 2016): 72.
    Online version

  2. "A Civil War Surgeon's Tools". Prologue 47, no.4 (Winter 2015): 72.
    Online version

  3. "An Artist in the Rockies". Prologue 48, no.1 (Spring 2016): 72.
    Online version

  4. "Footnote to History: 'The Reservoir...Would Not Hold Water'". Idaho Yesterdays 24, no.1 (Spring 1980): 12-19.

  5. "In the American Eye: From an Exhibit of National Archives Photographs". Prologue 11, no.3 (Fall 1979): 171-183.
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  6. "It Began, It Ended with a 'Dream': How the 1963 March on Washington Happened". Prologue 45, no.2 (Summer 2013): 6-11.

  7. "National Archives Now Has Sites on YouTube, Facebook, Flickr". Prologue 41, no.3 (Fall 2009): 64.

  8. "Nixon on the Home Front". Prologue 44, no.4 (Winter 2012): 6-15.
    Online version
    RG075/RG306/RG412/RMN Library

  9. "Western Nevada's Water Crises, 1915-1935". Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 22, no.1 (Spring 1979): 3-20.

  10. Aaronson, Susan. "How Cordell Hull and the Postwar Planners Designed a New Trade Policy". Business and Economic History 20 (1991): 171-179.
    RG057/HST Library

  11. Abbott, Carl. "'To Arouse Interest in the Outdoors': The Literary Career of Enos Mills". Montana: The Magazine of Western History 31, no.2 (Spring 1981): 2-15.

  12. Abbott, Carl. "The Active Force: Enos A. Mills and the National Park Movement". Colorado Magazine 56, no.1 (Winter/Spring 1980): 56-73.

  13. Abbott, Susan. "Federal Perspective: Interpretations of Mexican American Communities". Prologue 32, no.1 (Spring 2000): 36-45.

  14. Abing, Kevin. "Before Bleeding Kansas: Christian Missionaries, Slavery, and the Shawnee Indians in Pre-Territorial Kansas, 1844-1854". Kansas History 24, no.1 (Spring 2001): 54-70.

  15. Aboitiz, Nicole Cuunjieng. "Fantasy, Affect, and Pan-Asianism: Mariano Ponce, the First Philippine Republic's Foreign Emissary, 1898-1912". Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints 67, no.3-4 (September-December 2019): 489-520.

  16. Abroe, Mary Munsell. "Observing the Civil War Centennial: Rhetoric, Reality, and the Bounds of Selective Memory". CRM 21, no.11 (1998): 22-25.

  17. Adams, David Wallace. "Blood and Ice: Intimacy and Factionalism at Fort Defiance Indian Agency, 1887-1888". Western Historical Quarterly 50, no.3 (Autumn 2019): 209-231.

  18. Agonito, Joseph. "Young Man Afraid of His Horses: The Reservation Years". Nebraska History 79, no.3 (Fall 1998): 116-132.

  19. Ahlgren, Carol. "The Civilian Conservation Corps and Wisconsin State Park Development". Wisconsin Magazine of History 71, no.3 (Spring 1988): 184-204.

  20. Aikin, Jane. "Preparing for a National Emergency: The Committee on Conservation of Cultural Resources, 1939-1944". Library Quarterly 77, no.3 (July 2007): 257-285.

  21. Aldrich, Mark. "Engineers Attack the 'No. One Killer' in Coal Mining: The Bureau of Mines and the Promotion of Roof Bolting, 1947-1969". Technology and Culture 57, no.1 (January 2016): 80-118.

  22. Aldrich, Mark. "Preventing 'the Needless Peril of the Coal Mine': The Bureau of Mines and the Campaign against Coal Mine Explosions, 1910-1940". Technology and Culture 36, no.3 (July 1995): 483-518.

  23. Alexander, Thomas G. "After a Century: National Forest Management in the Intermountain Region at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century". Utah Historical Quarterly 88, no.2 (Spring 2020): 150-157.

  24. Alexander, Thomas G. "Conflict and Fraud: Utah Public Land Surveys in the 1850s, the Subsequent Investigation and Problems with the Land Disposal System". Utah Historical Quarterly 80, no.2 (Spring 2012): 108-131.

  25. Alexander, Thomas G. "Red Rock and Gray Stone: Senator Reed Smoot, the Establishment of Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks, and the Rebuilding of Downtown Washington, D.C.". Pacific Historical Review 72, no.1 (February 2003): 1-38.

  26. Allyn, Nancy E. "Uncle Sam Speaks: Broadsides and Posters from the National Archives". Prologue 17, no.4 (Winter 1985): 259-263.

  27. Altherr, Thomas L. "The Pajarito or 'Cliff Dwellers' National Park Proposal, 1900-1920". New Mexico Historical Review 60, no.3 (July 1985): 271-294.

  28. Altshuler, Constance Wynn. "The Scandalous Divorce: Governor Safford Severs the Tie That Binds". Journal of Arizona History 30, no.2 (Summer 1989): 181-192.

  29. Alvarez, David. "Purely a Business Matter: The Taft Mission to the Vatican". Diplomatic History 16, no.3 (Summer 1992): 357-369.

  30. Ambrose, Stephen E. "Eisenhower's Legacy". Prologue 22, no.3 (Fall 1990): 226-236.
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  31. Anderson, Martin J. "Artist in the Wilderness: Frederick Dellenbaugh's Grand Canyon Adventure". Journal of Arizona History 28, no.1 (Spring 1987): 47-68.

  32. Armstrong, Robert D. "The Beasts in the Bathtub and Other Archival Laments". American Archivist 45, no.4 (Fall 1982): 375-384.

  33. Arnett, Jessica Leslie. "Unsettled Rights in Territorial Alaska: Native Land, Sovereignty, and Citizenship from the Indian Reorganization Act to Termination". Western Historical Quarterly 48, no.3 (Autumn 2017): 233-254.
    RG126/HST Library

  34. Aron, Cindy S. "'To Barter Their Souls for Gold': Female Clerks in Federal Government Offices, 1862-1890". Journal of American History 67, no.4 (March 1981): 835-853.

  35. Ashenmiller, Joshua. "The Alaska Oil Pipeline as an Internal Improvement, 1969-1973". Pacific Historical Review 75, no.3 (August 2006): 461-489.
    RG046/RG048/RG057/LBJ Library/RMN Library

  36. Attebery, Jennifer Eastman. "Clues to the Past: Tracking Down Builders in the 1880 Census". Idaho Yesterdays 35, no.2 (Summer 1991): 23-26.

  37. Audretsch, Robert W. "'Unequaled in the memory of the oldest inhabitant': Civilian Conservation Corps Rescue Work during the Blizzards of 1936-37". Journal of Arizona History 54, no.4 (Winter 2013): 375-396.

  38. Audretsch, Robert W. "Phantom Ranch: Crucible of the Civilian Conservation Corps". Journal of Arizona History 52, no.1 (Spring 2011): 31-52.

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

  40. Auel, Lisa Benkert. "Not without Protest: Life in the Appalachian Coalfields". Prologue 23, no.2 (Summer 1991): 178-183.

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

  42. Baker, Steven C. "A Community of Ditches: Acequias, Engineers, and Irrigators in Southern New Mexico". New Mexico Historical Review 93, no.1 (Winter 2018): 65-92.

  43. Bakken, Gordon Morris. "Water Pollution, the Law, and the Collapse of Societies". Western Legal History 17, no.2 (Summer/Fall 2004): 211-234.

  44. Balisciano, Marcia L. "Hope for America: American Notions of Economic Planning between Pluralism and Neoclassicism, 1930-1950". History of Political Economy 30, no.Supplement (1998): 153-179.

  45. Barrow, Mark V., Jr. "Science, Sentiment, and the Specter of Extinction: Reconsidering Birds of Prey during America's Interwar Years". Environmental History 7, no.1 (January 2002): 69-98.

  46. Barrows, Robert G. "The Ninth Federal Census of Indianapolis: A Case Study in Civic Chauvinism". Indiana Magazine of History 73, no.1 (March 1977): 1-16.

  47. Barsh, Russel Lawrence. "An American Heart of Darkness: The 1913 Expedition for American Indian Citizenship". Great Plains Quarterly 13, no.2 (Spring 1993): 91-115.

  48. Bartlett, Richard A. "The Concessionaires of Yellowstone National Park - Genesis of a Policy, 1882-1892". Pacific Northwest Quarterly 72, no.1 (January 1983): 2-10.

  49. Basile, Marco. "Lincoln's Commissioners on the International Slave Trade Courts at Sierra Leone". Journal of the Civil War Era 10, no.2 (June 2020): 160-184.

  50. Bastian, Jeannette Allis. "A Question of Custody: The Colonial Archives of the United States Virgin Islands". American Archivist 64, no.1 (Spring-Summer 2001): 96-114.

  51. Bauman, John F. "Safe and Sanitary without the Costly Frills: The Evolution of Public Housing in Philadelphia, 1929-1941". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 101, no.1 (January 1977): 114-128.
    RG044/RG048/RG196/FDR Library

  52. Bearss, Edwin C. and Bruce M. White. "George Brackett's Wagon Road: Minnesota Enterprise on a New Frontier". Minnesota History 45, no.2 (Summer 1976): 42-57.

  53. Bennett, M. Todd. "The Spirits of '76: Diplomacy Commemorating the U.S. Bicentennial in 1976". Diplomatic History 40, no.4 (September 2016): 695-721.
    RG059/RG306/RG452/RMN Library/GRF Library

  54. Benson, Megan. "The Fight for Crow Water, Part II: Damming the Bighorn". Montana: The Magazine of Western History 58, no.1 (Spring 2008): 3-23.

  55. Benson, Megan. "The Fight for Crow Water: The Early Reservation Years through the Indian New Deal". Montana: The Magazine of Western History 57, no.4 (Winter 2007): 24-42.

  56. Berman, Bruce and Mary M. Cronin. "Project DOCUMERICA: A Cautionary Tale". Journalism History 43, no.4 (Winter 2018): 186-197.

  57. Bernstein, Barton J. "Unraveling a Mystery: American POWs Killed at Hiroshima". Foreign Service Journal 56, no.10 (October 1979): 17-19.

  58. Bess, Jennifer. "The Tohono O'odham 'Attack' on El Plomo: A Study in Sovereignty, Survivance, Security, and National Identity at the Dawn of the American Century". Western Historical Quarterly 51, no.2 (Summer 2020): 137-160.

  59. Bittner, Eric. "'Loyalty... Is a Covenant': Japanese-American Internees and the Selective Service Act". Prologue 23, no.3 (Fall 1991): 248-252.

  60. Black, Allida M. "Championing a Champion: Eleanor Roosevelt and the Marion Anderson 'Freedom Concert'". Presidential Studies Quarterly 20, no.4 (Fall 1990): 719-736.
    RG048/FDR Library

  61. Black, Alysha E. "Making the Most of the Archives: Finding White House Documentary Sources at the National Archives". White House History 9 (Spring 2001): 4-13.
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  62. Black, Megan A. "Interior's Proper Place: Response to Tyler Priest". Cold War History 22, no.4 (November 2022): 539-543.

  63. Black, Megan. "Interior's Exterior: The State, Mining Companies, and Resource Ideologies in the Point Four Program". Diplomatic History 40, no.1 (January 2016): 81-110.
    RG070/RG220/RG286/RG469/HST Library

  64. Black, Olivia Williams. "The 150-Year War: The Struggle to Create and Control Civil War Memory at Fort Sumter National Monument". Public Historian 38, no.4 (November 2016): 149-166.

  65. Blake, Kellee. "'First in the Path of the Firemen': The Fate of the 1890 Population Census". Prologue 28, no.1 (Spring 1996): 64-81.
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    RG015/RG021/RG029/RG040/RG048/RG064/RG111/HH Library

  66. Blake, Kellee. "The Stories You Could Tell: Using NARA Regional Resources for Site Interpretation". CRM 21, no.6 (1998): 24-26.

  67. Blakeslee, Merritt R. "'For the Honor of Our College': Naming the Collegiate Peaks of Colorado's Sawatch Range". Colorado History 15 (2008): 83-127.

  68. Blodgett, Peter J. "Striking a Balance: Managing Concessions in the National Parks, 1916-33". Forest and Conservation History 34, no.2 (April 1990): 60-68.

  69. Blyth, Lance R. "War Waits: The Southwest Borderlands and the Civil War Era". Journal of the Civil War Era 11, no.1 (March 2021): 62-79.

  70. Boender, Debra R. "Termination and the Administration of Glenn L. Emmons as Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1953-1961". New Mexico Historical Review 54, no.4 (October 1979): 287-304.
    RG048/DDE Library

  71. Bogener, Stephen. "Land, Speculation, and Manipulation on the Pecos". Great Plains Quarterly 28, no.3 (Summer 2008): 209-229.

  72. Boghardt, Thomas. "America's Secret Vanguard: US Army Intelligence Operations in Germany, 1944-47". Studies in Intelligence 57, no.2 (June 2013): 1-18.

  73. Bogue, Margaret Beattie. "To Save the Fish: Canada, the United States, the Great Lakes, and the Joint Commission of 1892". Journal of American History 79, no.4 (March 1993): 1429-1454.

  74. Boime, Eric. "Homecroft City: The 'Duluth Idea' in the Progressive Conservation Movement". Minnesota History 66, no.5 (Spring 2019): 202-213.

  75. Bolton, Grania. "Military Diplomacy and National Liberation: Insurgent-American Relations after the Fall of Manila". Military Affairs 36, no.3 (October 1972): 99-104.

  76. Bonner, Robert E. "Buffalo Bill Cody". Western Historical Quarterly 33, no.4 (Winter 2002): 433-451.

  77. Bonner, Robert E. "Elwood Mead, Buffalo Bill Cody, & The Carey Act in Wyoming". Montana: The Magazine of Western History 55, no.1 (Spring 2005): 36-51.

  78. Bonner, Robert E. "Local Experience and National Policy in Federal Reclamation: The Shoshone Project, 1909-1953". Journal of Policy History 15, no.3 (2003): 301-323.

  79. Bradsher, Greg. "How the West Was Settled". Prologue 44, no.4 (Winter 2012): 26-35.
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  80. Bray, Kingsley M. "Spotted Tail and the Treaty of 1868". Nebraska History 83, no.1 (Spring 2002): 19-35.

  81. Broadbent, Noel D. and Lisle Rose. "Historical Archaeology and the Byrd Legacy: The United States Antarctic Service Expedition, 1939-41". Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 110, no.2 (2002): 237-258.

  82. Brousseau, Frances M. "Designing the Library of Congress: Transformations in the Italian Renaissance Revival Style, 1873-1893". Capitol Dome 41, no.3 (Fall 2004): 12-28.

  83. Brown, Patrice C. "The Panama Canal: The African American Experience". Prologue 29, no.2 (Summer 1997): 122-126.
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  84. Brust, James S. and Lee H. Whittlesey. "Thomas J. Hine: One of Yellowstone's Earliest Photographers". Montana: The Magazine of Western History 49, no.2 (Summer 1999): 14-23.

  85. 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.

  86. 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.

  87. Buice, David. "Lincoln's Unissued Proclamation". Prologue 10, no.3 (Fall 1978): 152-169.

  88. Burger, Barbara Lewis. "American Images: Photographs and Posters in the Still Picture Branch". Prologue 22, no.4 (Winter 1990): 353-368.
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  89. Burns, Michael. "A Confederate Memorial the 'Equal of Gettysburg': Sectionalism and Memory in the Establishment of Manassas National Battlefield Park, 1890-1940". Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 123, no.2 (2015): 140-170.

  90. Burrows, Geoff. "Rural Hydro-Electrification and the Colonial New Deal: Modernization, Experts, and Rural Life in Puerto Rico, 1935-1942". Agricultural History 91, no.3 (Summer 2017): 293-319.
    RG077/RG181/RG323/JFK Library

  91. Bustard, Bruce and Lee Ann Potter. "Searching for the Seventies: Photographs from the Environmental Protection Agency's DOCUMERICA Project". Social Education 77, no.2 (March-April 2013): 52-56.

  92. Bustard, Bruce I. "Managing Nature: Environmental Images of the American West". Prologue 24, no.4 (Winter 1992): 394-397.

  93. Bustard, Bruce I. "Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives". Prologue 31, no.1 (Spring 1999): 67-73.

  94. Bustard, Bruce I. "Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives". Prologue 32, no.2 (Summer 2000): 114-121.
    RG016/RG083/RG086/RG090/RG115/RG165/RG208/RG306/LBJ Library

  95. Bustard, Bruce I. "Searching for the Seventies: The DOCUMERICA Photography Project". Prologue 45, no.1 (Spring 2013): 36-44.
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  96. Butler, Stuart L. and Graeme McCluggage. "Taking Measure of America: Records in the Cartographic and Architectural Branch". Prologue 23, no.1 (Spring 1991): 41-57.
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  97. Camp, Gregory S. "The Dispossessed: The Ojibwa and the Metis of Northwest North Dakota". North Dakota History 69, no.2/3/4 (2002): 62-79.

  98. 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, no.2 (May 2002): 203-238.

  99. Cannon, Brian Q. "'We Are Now Entering a New Era': Federal Reclamation and the Fact Finding Commission of 1923-1924". Pacific Historical Review 66, no.2 (May 1997): 185-211.

  100. Cannon, Brian Q. "'What a Power We Will Be in This Land': The LDS Church, the Church Security Program, and the New Deal". Journal of the West 43, no.4 (Fall 2004): 66-75.

  101. Cannon, Brian Q. "'What a Power We Will Be in This Land': The LDS Church, the Church Security Program, and the New Deal". Journal of the West 48, no.4 (Fall 2009): 18-27.

  102. Carlson, Anthony E. "The Other Kind of Reclamation: Wetlands Drainage and National Water Policy, 1902-1912". Agricultural History 84, no.4 (Fall 2010): 451-478.

  103. Carter, Kent. "A Faithful Public Servant: J. George Wright and the Five Civilized Tribes". Chronicles of Oklahoma 81, no.1 (Spring 2003): 54-77.

  104. Carter, Kent. "Choctaw-Chickasaw Enrollment". Prologue 31, no.4 (Winter 1999): 231-245.

  105. 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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  106. Carter, Kent. "Snakes & Scribes: The Dawes Commission and the Enrollment of the Creeks". Prologue 29, no.1 (Spring 1997): 28-41.
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  107. Carter, Kent. "Tams Bixby: Doing Government Business in the Gilded Age". Chronicles of Oklahoma 88, no.4 (Winter 2000-2001): 412-443.

  108. Carter, Susan B. and Richard Sutch. "Fixing the Facts: Editing the 1880 U.S. Census of Occupations with Implications for Long-Term Labor-Force Trends and the Sociology of Official Statistics". Historical Methods 29, no.1 (Winter 1996): 5-24.

  109. Castro, J. Justin and Lindsay Compton. "The Life and Times of the First Applicants to Platt National Park, 1906-10". Chronicles of Oklahoma 91, no.2 (Summer 2013): 150-171.

  110. Catania, Basilio. "Antonio Meucci, Inventor of the Telephone: Unearthing the Legal and Scientific Proofs". Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society 24, no.2 (April 2004): 115-137.

  111. Chapman, B. B. "Cherokee Allotments in the Outlet". Chronicles of Oklahoma 59, no.4 (Winter 1981-1982): 401-421.

  112. Charbonneau, Oliver. "'A New West in Mindanao': Settler Fantasies on the U.S. Imperial Fringe". Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 18, no.3 (July 2019): 304-323.

  113. Clark, Truman R. "Prohibition in Puerto Rico, 1917-1933". Journal of Latin American Studies 27, no.1 (February 1995): 77-98.

  114. Clements, Kendrick A. "Herbert Hoover and Conservation". American Historical Review 89, no.1 (February 1984): 67-88.
    RG048/RG095/HH Library

  115. Clow, Richmond L. "General Philip Sheridan's Legacy: The Sioux Pony Campaign of 1876". Nebraska History 57, no.4 (Winter 1976): 461-477.

  116. Clow, Richmond L. "The Anatomy of a Lakota Shooting: Crow Dog and Spotted Tail, 1879-1881". South Dakota History 28, no.4 (Winter 1998): 209-226.

  117. 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.

  118. Clymer, Kenton J. "Religion and American Imperialism: Methodist Missionaries in the Philippine Islands, 1899-1913". Pacific Historical Review 49, no.1 (February 1980): 29-50.

  119. Coate, Charles. "Federal-Local Relationships on the Boise and Minidoka Projects, 1904-1926". Idaho Yesterdays 25, no.2 (Summer 1981): 2-9.

  120. Coates, Peter A. "Improving on 'A Paradise of Game': Ecological Impacts, Game Management, and Alaska's Buffalo Transplant". Western Historical Quarterly 28, no.2 (Summer 2997): 132-159.

  121. Cole, Terrence M. "Ernest Walker Sawyer and Alaska: The Dilemma of Northern Economic Development". Pacific Northwest Quarterly 82, no.2 (April 1991): 42-50.

  122. Collins, Cary C. "Through the Lens of Assimilation: Edwin L. Chalcraft and Chemawa Indian School". Oregon Historical Quarterly 98, no.4 (Winter 1997-98): 390-425.
    RG048/RG075/Chalcraft Papers - Pacific Northwest Region

  123. Connolly, Emilie. "Fiduciary Colonialism: Annuities and Native Dispossession in the Early United States". American Historical Review 127, no.1 (March 2022): 223-253.

  124. Conrad, David E. "Creating the Nation's Largest Forest Reserve: Roosevelt, Emmons, and the Tongass National Forest". Pacific Historical Review 46, no.1 (February 1977): 65-83.

  125. Conrad, David E. "Emmons of Alaska". Pacific Northwest Quarterly 69, no.2 (April 1978): 49-60.

  126. Cook, Robert J. "Red Termites and Rebel Yells: The Civil War Centennial in Strife-Torn Alabama". Alabama Review 64, no.2 (April 2011): 143-167.

  127. Cook, Robert. "(Un)Furl That Banner: The Response of White Southerners to the Civil War Centennial of 1961-1965". Journal of Southern History 68, no.4 (November 2002): 878-912.

  128. Corbett, William P. "Pipestone: The Origin and Development of a National Monument". Minnesota History 47, no.3 (Fall 1980): 83-92.

  129. Coryell, Janet L. "'The Lincoln Colony': Aaron Columbus Burr's Proposed Colonization of British Honduras". Civil War History 43, no.1 (March 1997): 5-16.

  130. Coulter, Matthew Ware. "Taming the East Texas 'Black Giant': Ernest O. Thompson and Illusions of Independence, 1930-1935". Southwestern Historical Quarterly 123, no.3 (January 2020): 292-315.

  131. Cox, Thomas R. "Before the Casino: James G. Scrugham, State Parks, and Nevada's Quest for Tourism". Western Historical Quarterly 24, no.3 (August 1993): 332-350.

  132. Cox, Thomas R. "Weldon Heyburn, Lake Chatcolet, and the Evolving Concept of Public Parks". Idaho Yesterdays 24, no.2 (Summer 1980): 2-17.

  133. Cramer, Harry G., III. "Tom Jeffords - Indian Agent". Journal of Arizona History 17, no.3 (Autumn 1976): 265-300.

  134. Crevelli, John P. "The Final Act of the Greatest Conservation President". Prologue 12, no.4 (Winter 1980): 173-191.
    RG048/LBJ Library

  135. Crothers, A. Glenn. "Banks and Economic Development in Post-Revolutionary Northern Virginia, 1790-1812". Business History Review 73, no.1 (Spring 1999): 1-39.

  136. Crum, Steven J. "Pretending They Didn't Exist: The Timbisha Shoshone Tribe of Death Valley, California and the Death Valley National Monument up to 1933". Southern California Quarterly 84, no.3-4 (2002): 223-240.

  137. Crum, Steven. "Rare Exceptions: Some University Professors and the Teaching of Native American History, 1900-1970". History Teacher 39, no.2 (February 2006): 153-173.

  138. Cullather, Nick. "The Limits of Multilateralism: Making Policy for the Philippines, 1945-1950". International History Review 13, no.1 (February 1991): 70-95.
    RG048/RG059/RG126/RG330/HST Library

  139. Cunliffe, William H. "Special Media Records Relating to the Environment". Agricultural History 66, no.2 (Spring 1992): 345-350.

  140. Cunningham, Roger D. "Kansas's First West Point Graduate: Sebree Smith, Class of 1870". Journal of America's Military Past 36, no.1 (Winter 2011): 19-30.

  141. Daniel, Pete. "A Rogue Bureaucracy: The USDA Fire Ant Campaign of the Late 1950s". Agricultural History 64, no.2 (Spring 1990): 99-114.

  142. Danovitch, Sylvia. "Humanizing Institutional History: Oral History at the EEOC". Prologue 27, no.4 (Winter 1995): 334-347.

  143. Danziger, Edmund J. "The Office of Indian Affairs and the Problem of Civil War Indian Refugees in Kansas". Kansas Historical Quarterly 35, no.3 (Autumn 1969): 257-275.

  144. Davidson, Lisa Pfueller, and James A. Jacobs. "Civilian Conservation Corps Activities in the National Capital Region of the National Park Service". CRM 2, no.2 (Summer 2005): 90-95.

  145. Davidson, Lisa Pfueller, and Martin J. Perschler. "The Historic American Buildings Survey during the New Deal Era: Documenting 'A Complete Resume of Builders' Art'". CRM 1, no.1 (Fall 2003): 49-73.

  146. Davis, Robert Scott. "Joe Ritchey of Tennessee: An American Desperado in Legends, the Newspapers, and a Federal Pension File". Tennessee Historical Quarterly 69, no.2 (Summer 2009): 152-173.

  147. De Wolfe, Elizabeth. "More Than a Congressman's Mistress: Ambition and Scandal in the Life of Madeleine Pollard". Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 115, no.3 (Summer 2017): 313-348.

  148. Deeben, John P. "Serving at the Pleasure of the President: The Nomination Papers of the United States Senate, 1789-1946". Prologue 37, no.4 (Winter 2005): 50-61.
    Online version

  149. DeGraaf, Leonard. "Corporate Liberalism and Electric Power System Planning in the 1920s". Business History Review 64, no.1 (Spring 1990): 1-31.
    RG057/FDR Library/HH Library

  150. DeJong, David H. "'Unless They Are Kept Alive:' Federal Indian Schools and Student Health, 1878-1918". AIQ: American Indian Quarterly 31, no.2 (Spring 2007): 256-282.

  151. DeLorme, Roland L. "Liquor Smuggling in Alaska, 1867-1899". Pacific Northwest Quarterly 66, no.4 (October 1975): 145-152.

  152. DeMallie, Raymond J. "'Scenes in the Indian Country': A Portfolio of Alexander Gardner's Stereographic Views of the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty Council". Montana: The Magazine of Western History 31, no.3 (Summer 1981): 42-59.

  153. Demuth, Bathsheba. "The Walrus and the Bureaucrat: Energy, Ecology, and Making the State in the Russian and American Arctic, 1870-1950". American Historical Review 124, no.2 (April 2019): 483-510.

  154. Derickson, Alan. "'On the Dump Heap': Employee Medical Screening in the Tri-State Zinc-Lead Industry, 1924-1932". Business History Review 62, no.4 (Winter 1988): 656-677.

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  314. LaCombe, Kent. "Lake Huron's Entangled Eden: Fish, Fisheries, and Lost Opportunities in Freshwater Borderlands, 1900-1940". Michigan Historical Review 41, no.1 (Spring 2015): 25-56.

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  348. Lovin, Hugh T. "The Carey Act in Idaho, 1895-1925: An Experiment in Free Enterprise Reclamation". Pacific Northwest Quarterly 78, no.4 (October 1988): 122-133.

  349. Lovin, Hugh T. "The Farwell Trust Company of Chicago and Idaho Irrigation Finance". Idaho Yesterdays 38, no.1 (Spring 1994): 7-17.

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  351. Lovin, Hugh. "How Not to Run a Carey Act Project: The Twin Falls-Salmon Creek Tract, 1904-1922". Idaho Yesterdays 30, no.3 (Fall 1986): 9-30.

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  362. Mackintosh, Barry. "Shootout on the Old C.& O. Canal: The Great Parkway Controversy, 1950-1960". Maryland Historical Magazine 90, no.2 (Summer 1995): 140-163.

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  432. Paul, Marilyn. "Designs for Democracy: 200 Years of Drawings from the National Archives". Prologue 30, no.1 (Spring 1998): 54-61.

  433. Pearson, Byron E. "'We Have Almost Forgotten How to Hope': The Hualapai, the Navajo, and the Fight for the Central Arizona Project, 1944-1968". Western Historical Quarterly 31, no.3 (Autumn 2000): 297-316.

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  438. Peters, Bette D. "Colorado's 'Mother Cawker' and Her Offspring". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 78, no.2 (June 1990): 115-134.

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  450. Pierce, Dan. "The Barbarism of the Huns: Family and Community Removal in the Establishment of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park". Tennessee Historical Quarterly 57, no.1 (Spring-Summer 1998): 62-80.

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  455. Pisani, Donald J. "Reclamation and Social Engineering in the Progressive Era". Agricultural History 57, no.1 (January 1983): 46-63.

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    Online version

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