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Compilation of Periodical Literature: Justice and Law Enforcement Cluster

Record Groups 10, 60, 65, 118, 129, 131, 170, 204, 206, 209, 299, 325, 379, 403, 423, 438, 449, 453, 460, 477, 523, 527, 539

  1. "Americans in Paris: NARA Exhibit Highlights History Made by Diplomats, Soldiers, Authors". Prologue 37, no.2 (Summer 2005): 42-47.
    RG066/RG204/JFK Library/JC Library

  2. "Making Their Mark: Signatures, Famous and Ordinary, Set America's Course and Revealed Their Owners". Prologue 46, no.1 (Spring 2014): 6-17.
    Online version
    RG046/RG065/RG075/RG094/RG129/RG147/ RG153/RG204/RG210/RG233/RG255/RG306/RG360/FDR Library/HST Library/DDE Library/LBJ Library/

  3. Adams, Margaret O. "Electronic Records at the National Archives: Resources for Women's Studies". NWSA Journal 2, no.2 (Spring 1990): 269-272.

  4. Albright, Evan J. "Three Lives of an African-American Pioneer: William Henry Lewis (1868-1949)". Massachusetts Historical Review 13, no. (2011): 127-163.

  5. 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.

  6. Allen, Marie B. "The Greatest Monstrosity in America: A Brief History of the Old Executive Office Building". Prologue 17, no.4 (Winter 1985): 246-258.
    RG045/RG059/RG123/RG165/RG200/RG267/RG460/DDE Library/LBJ Library

  7. Altoff, Gerard T. "Deep Water Sailors - Shallow Water Soldiers". Inland Seas 46, no.1 (1990): 26-42.

  8. Anderson, Irvine H., Jr. "The 1941 De Facto Embargo on Oil to Japan: A Bureaucratic Reflex". Pacific Historical Review 44, no.2 (May 1975): 201-231.

  9. Anderson, Karen. "The Little Rock School Desegregation Crisis: Moderation and Social Conflict". Journal of Southern History 70, no.3 (August 2004): 603-636.
    RG060/DDE Library

  10. Andrews, Gregg. "Black Working-Class Political Activism and Biracial Unionism: Galveston Longshoremen in Jim Crow Texas, 1919-1921". Journal of Southern History 74, no.3 (August 2008): 627-668.

  11. Ansell, Martin. "Such Is Luck: The Mining Career of Edward L. Doheny in New Mexico, 1880-1891". New Mexico Historical Review 70, no.1 (January 1995): 47-65.

  12. Argersinger, Peter H. "New Perspectives on Election Fraud in the Gilded Age". Political Science Quarterly 100, no.4 (Winter 1985-86): 669-687.

  13. Aucoin, Brent J. "Thomas Goode Jones and African American Civil Rights in the New South". Historian 60, no.2 (Winter 1998): 257-271.

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

  15. Ball, Larry D. "'Just and Right in Every Particular': U.S. Marshal Zan Tidball and the Politics of Frontier Law Enforcement". Journal of Arizona History 34, no.2 (Summer 1993): 177-200.

  16. Ball, Larry D. "Before the Hanging Judge: The Origins of the United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 49, no.3 (Autumn 1990): 199-213.

  17. Ball, Larry D. "Federal Justice on the Santa Fe Trail: The Murder of Antonio Jose Chavez". Missouri Historical Review 81, no.1 (October 1986): 1-17.

  18. Barnett, Steve. "Controversy in Utah Territory". Manuscripts 47, no.4 (Fall 1995): 295-300.

  19. Bashore, Melvin L. and Fred E. Woods. "Consigned to a Distant Prison: Idaho Mormons in the South Dakota Penitentiary". South Dakota History 27, no.1/2 (Spring/Summer 1997): 21-40.

  20. Bastian, Beverly E. "'I Heartily Regret That I Ever Touched a Title in California': Henry Wager Halleck, the Californios, and the Clash of Legal Cultures". California History 72, no.4 (Winter 1993/94): 310-323.

  21. Beatty, Bess. "Loo Chang Case in Waynesboro: A Case Study of Sinophobia in Georgia". Georgia Historical Quarterly 67, no.1 (Spring 1983): 35-48.

  22. Beauchamp, Christopher. "Who Invented the Telephone? Lawyers, Patents, and the Judgments of History". Technology and Culture 51, no.4 (October 2010): 854-878.

  23. Bellamy, Jay. "The Scottsboro Boys: Injustice in Alabama". Prologue 46, no.1 (Spring 2014): 26-34.
    Online version
    RG060/RG087/RG306/FDR Library

  24. Bigham, Darrel E. "Charles Leich and Company of Evansville: A Note on the Dilemma of German Americans during World War I". Indiana Magazine of History 70, no.2 (June 1974): 95-121.

  25. Birdsell, David S. "George W. Bush's Signing Statements: The Assault on Deliberation". Rhetoric & Public Affairs 10, no.2 (Summer 2007): 335-361.

  26. Birkner, Michael J. "Eisenhower and the Red Menace". Prologue 33, no.3 (Fall 2001): 196-207.
    Online version
    RG065/RG111/DDE Library/HH Library

  27. Bisher, James Furman, Jr. "The Spy on Virginia Avenue: Widow May Palmer and Dr. Wilhelm Mueller in World War I Atlanta". Atlanta History 41, no.2 (Summer 1997): 22-32.
    RG060/RG065/RG165/NARA photos

  28. Blaisdell, Lowell L. "The Assassination of Humbert I". Prologue 27, no.3 (Fall 1995): 240-247.

  29. Blower, Brooke L. "New York City's Spanish Shipping Agents and the Practice of State Power in the Atlantic Borderlands of World War II". American Historical Review 119, no.1 (February 2014): 111-141.
    RG021/RG029/RG059/RG060/RG084/RG163/RG165/RG319/FDR Library

  30. Boehm, Randolph H. "Mary Grace Quackenbos and the Federal Campaign against Peonage: The Case of Sunnyside Plantation". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 50, no.1 (Spring 1991): 40-59.
    RG059/RG060/RG085/NARA photos

  31. Bognich, Greg. "Locked Up: Exploring Prisoner Rights and the Eighth Amendment". Social Education 80, no.2 (March-April 2016): 77-82.

  32. Borch, Fred L. "Sitting in Judgment: Myron C. Cramer's Experiences in the Trials of German Saboteurs and Japanese War Leaders". Prologue 41, no.2 (Summer 2009): 34-40.
    Online version

  33. Boughton, James M. "New Light on Harry Dexter White". Journal of the History of Economic Thought 26, no.2 (June 2004): 179-195.
    RG056/RG118/FDR Library

  34. Bradsher, Greg. "Hitler's Final Words: His Political Testament, Personal Will, and Marriage Certificate: From the Bunker in Berlin to the National Archives". Prologue 47, no.1 (Spring 2015): 16-25.

  35. Bredhoff, Stacey. "DRAW! Political Cartoons from Left to Right". Prologue 23, no.1 (Spring 1991): 86-91.
    RG065/DDE Library/FDR Library/GRF Library/HST Library/LBJ Library

  36. Brown, Thomas Elton. "Myth or Reality: Is There a Generation Gap among Electronic Records Archivists?". Archivaria 41, no. (Spring 1996): 234-243.

  37. 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.

  38. Burton, Shirley J. and Kellee Green. "Oaths of Allegiance, Acts of Treason: The Disloyalty Prosecutions of Max Stephan and Hans Haupt". Prologue 23, no.3 (Fall 1991): 236-246.
    RG021/RG276/RG118/RG200/FDR Library

  39. Cain, Marvin R. "Claims, Contracts and Customs: Public Accountability and a Department of Law, 1789-1849". Journal of the Early Republic 4, no.1 (Spring 1984): 27-46.

  40. Cain, Marvin R. "Return of Republicanism: A Reappraisal of Hugh Swinton Legar and the Tyler Presidency". South Carolina Historical Magazine 79, no.4 (October 1978): 264-280.

  41. Carey, Elaine. "'Selling Is More of a Habit than Using': Narcotraficante Lola la Chata and Her Threat to Civilization, 1930-1960". Journal of Women's History 21, no.2 (Summer 2009): 62-89.

  42. Carr, Barry. "Marxism and Anarchism in the Formation of the Mexican Communist Party, 1910-19". Hispanic American Historical Review 63, no.2 (May 1983): 277-305.

  43. Carrott, M. Browning. "Prejudice Goes to Court: The Japanese & the Supreme Court in the 1920s". California History 62, no.2 (Summer 1983): 122-138.

  44. 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 72, no.4 (Winter 1994-95): 440-455.

  45. Carter, Kent. "Oklahoma History: In Texas? The Fort Worth Branch of the National Archives". Chronicles of Oklahoma 64, no.1 (Spring 1986): 84-95.
    RG021/RG029/RG030/RG049/RG057/ RG075/RG077/RG079/RG114/RG118/ RG138/RG237/RG387/RG406

  46. Cassedy, James. "A Bond of Sympathy: The Life and Tragic Death of Fannie Sellins". Labor's Heritage 4, no.4 (Winter 1992): 34-47.

  47. 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.

  48. Cecil, Matthew. "'In The Eyes of Men': Ben and Stella Mae Dickson, Bank Robbers". South Dakota 29, no.2 (Summer 1999): 155-173.

  49. Chervonnaya, Svetlana A. and Donald J. Evans. "Left Behind: Boris E. Skvirsky and the Chita Delegation at the Washington Conference, 1921-22". Intelligence and National Security 29, no.1 (February 2014): 19-57.

  50. Chestnut, Trichita M. "Lynching: Ida B. Wells-Barnett and the Outrage over the Frazier Baker Murder". Prologue 40, no.3 (Fall 2008): 20-29.
    Online version

  51. Chestnut, Trichita. "Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, KS (1954): The National Archives Resources". Black History Bulletin 67, no.1-4 (Jan-Dec 2004): 9-15.
    RG351/RG012/RG021/RG060/RG267/DDE Library/JFK Library/LBJ Library

  52. Clow, Richmond L. "'A Flagrant Outrage': James McLaughlin, Indian Country, and Illegal Bison Hunting". North Dakota History 71, no.3-4 (2004): 2-18.

  53. Clow, Richmond L. "Justice in Transition: The Murder Trial of Straight Head and Scares the Hawk". South Dakota History 27, no.3 (Fall 1997): 133-155.

  54. 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.

  55. Cobb, James C. "Beyond Planters and Industrialists: A New Perspective on the New South". Journal of Southern History 54, no.1 (February 1988): 45-68.

  56. Cohen, Robert. "G-Men in Georgia: The FBI and the Segregationist Riot at the University of Georgia, 1961". Georgia Historical Quarterly 83, no.3 (Fall 1999): 508-538.

  57. Cohen, William. "Negro Involuntary Servitude in the South, 1986-1940: A Preliminary Analysis". Journal of Southern History 42, no.1 (February 1976): 31-60.

  58. Cool, Paul. "Desert Manhunt: Tucson's 1934 June Robles Kidnapping". Journal of Arizona History 57, no.4 (Winter 2016): 347-378.

  59. Corriston, Mark A. "Discovering Frontier History through Territorial Court Records". Prologue 21, no.3 (Fall 1989): 223-229.
    RG021, Central Plains Region/RG118, Central Plains Region

  60. Cowdrey, Albert E. "Pioneering Environmental Law: The Army Corps of Engineers and the Refuse Act". Pacific Historical Review 44, no.3 (August 1975): 331-349.

  61. Creel, Von Russell. "On the Gallows' Edge: Capital Punishment, Appeals, and Presidential Clemency in Indian Territory, 1896-1907". Chronicles of Oklahoma 84, no.2 (Summer 2006): 162-187.

  62. Cresswell, Stephen. "Enforcing the Enforcement Acts: The Department of Justice in Northern Mississippi, 1870-1890". Journal of Southern History 53, no.3 (August 1987): 421-440.

  63. Cresswell, Stephen. "The U. S. Department of Justice in Utah Territory, 1870-90". Utah Historical Quarterly 53, no.3 (Summer 1985): 204-222.

  64. Cumming, Gregory and Stephen P. Sayles. "A Terrorist Cell's Final Days: Patty Hearst's Kidnappers Face - and Lose - a Showdown with the Los Angeles Police". Prologue 44, no.1 (Spring 2012): 24-29.

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

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

  67. Daniel, Pete. "The Metamorphosis of Slavery, 1865-1900". Journal of American History 66, no.1 (June 1979): 88-97.

  68. Dauber, Michele Landis. "The Sympathetic State". Law and History Review 23, no.2 (Summer 2005): 387-442.

  69. Davis, Annie. "Freedom of Speech in Times of War: The Sedition Act of 1918". Social Education 79, no.3 (May-June 2015): 125-129.

  70. 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.

  71. 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.

  72. De Vries, Mark Leon. "Between Equal Justice and Racial Terror: Freedpeople and the District Court of DeSoto Parish during Reconstruction". Louisiana History 56, no.3 (Summer 2015): 261-293.

  73. 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

  74. Desmarais, Ralph H. "Military Intelligence Reports on Arkansas Riots: 1919-1920". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 33, no.2 (Summer 1974): 175-191.
    RG060 (Abraham Glasser Files)

  75. Divjak, Helen and Lee Ann Potter. "Alien Enemy Registration during World War I". Social Education 66, no.5 (September 2002): 262-268.

  76. Dudley, Shelly. "Pima Indians, Water Rights, and the Federal Government: U.S. v. Gila Valley Irrigation District". Western Legal History 26, no.1-2 (2013): 133-158.

  77. Edwards, Rebecca. "Mary E. Lease and the Populists: A Reconsideration". Kansas History 35, no.1 (Spring 2012): 26-41.

  78. Edwards, Shelby. "Brown & Bigelow's Charles Allen Ward". Minnesota History 64, no.7 (Fall 2015): 292-300.

  79. Ekirch, Arthur A., Jr. "Benjamin F. Butler of New York: A Personal Portrait". New York History 58, no.1 (January 1977): 47-68.

  80. Ellis, Mark. "'Closing Ranks' and 'Seeking Honors': W. E. B. Du Bois in World War I". Journal of American History 79, no.1 (June 1992): 96-124.

  81. Ellis, Mark. "Joel Spingarn's 'Constructive Programme' and the Wartime Antilynching Bill of 1918". Journal of Policy History 4, no.2 (Spring 1992): 134-161.

  82. 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 81, no.4 (March 1995): 1584-1590.

  83. Ellis, Richard N. "'Indians at Ibapah in Revolt': Goshutes, the Draft and the Indian Bureau, 1917-1919". Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 19, no.3 (Fall 1976): 163-170.

  84. 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 36, no.1 (Spring 1995): 33-54.
    RG021/RG049/RG060/NARA photos

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

  86. Fairclough, Adam. "Alfred Raford Blunt and the Reconstruction Struggle in Natchitoches, 1866-1879". Louisiana History 51, no.3 (Summer 2010): 284-305.

  87. Fairclough, Adam. "Was the Grant of Black Suffrage a Political Error? Reconsidering the Views of John W. Burgess, William A. Dunning, and Eric Foner on Congressional Reconstruction". Journal of the Historical Society 12, no.2 (June 2012): 155-188.

  88. Fickle, James E. "Defense Mobilization in the Southern Pine Industry: The Experience of World War II". Journal of Forest History 22, no.4 (October 1978): 206-223.

  89. Finch, L. Boyd. "William Claude Jones: The Charming Rogue Who Named Arizona". Journal of Arizona History 31, no.4 (Winter 1990): 405-424.

  90. Fine, Sidney. "The National Erectors' Association and the Dynamiters". Labor History 32, no.1 (Winter 1991): 5-41.

  91. Fiset, Louis. "Return to Sender: U.S. Censorship of Enemy Alien Mail in World War II". Prologue 33, no.1 (Spring 2001): 21-35.
    Online version

  92. Fitzgerald, Michael W. "Republican Factionalism and Black Empowerment: The Spencer-Warner Controversy and Alabama Reconstruction, 1868-1880". Journal of Southern History 64, no.3 (August 1998): 473-494.

  93. Fitzgerald, Michael W. "The Ku Klux Klan: Property Crime and the Plantation System in Reconstruction Alabama". Agricultural History 71, no.2 (Spring 1997): 186-206.

  94. Flaccus, Elmer W. "Arizona's Last Great Indian War: The Saga of Pia Machita". Journal of Arizona History 22, no.1 (Spring 1981): 1-22.

  95. Franklin, John Hope. "The Enforcement of the Civil Rights Act of 1875". Prologue 6, no.4 (Winter 1974): 225-235.

  96. Frei, Norbert and Peter Hayes. "The German Foreign Office and the Past". Bulletin of the German Historical Institute 49 (Fall 2011): 55-69.

  97. Fritz, Christian G. "Popular Sovereignty, Vigilantism, and the Constitutional Right of Revolution". Pacific Historical Review 63, no.1 (February 1994): 39-66.

  98. Froelich, Jacqueline and David Zimmermann. "Total Eclipse: The Destruction of the African American Community of Harrison, Arkansas, in 1905 and 1909". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 58, no.2 (Summer 1999): 131-159.

  99. Fulwider, Chad R. "Film Propaganda and Kultur: The German Dilemma, 1914-1917". Film & History 45, no.2 (Winter 2015): 4-12.

  100. Gage, Beverly. "Deep Throat, Watergate, and the Bureaucratic Politics of the FBI". Journal of Policy History 24, no.2 (2012): 157-186.
    RG065/LBJ Library/RMN Library

  101. Genesove, David and Wallace P. Mullin. "Rules, Communication, and Collusion: Narrative Evidence from the Sugar Institute Case". American Economic Review 91, no.3 (June 2001): 379-398.

  102. George, Joseph Jr. "The Trials of John H. Surratt". Maryland Historical Magazine 99, no.1 (Spring 2004): 16-49.

  103. Gingeras, Ryan. "In the Hunt for the 'Sultans of Smack': Dope, Gangsters, and the Construction of the Turkish Deep State". Middle East Journal 65, no.3 (Summer 2011): 426-441.

  104. Gingeras, Ryan. "Istanbul Confidential: Heroin, Espionage, and Politics in Cold War Turkey, 1945-1960". Diplomatic History 37, no.4 (September 2013): 779-806.

  105. Godfrey, Matthew C. "The Utah-Idaho Sugar Company: Political and Legal Troubles in the Aftermath of the First World War". Agricultural History 75, no.2 (Spring 2001): 188-216.

  106. Goff, John S. "William F. Turner, First Chief Justice of Arizona". Journal of Arizona History 19, no.2 (Summer 1978): 189-210.

  107. Goldstein, Robert Justin. "Prelude to McCarthyism: The Making of a Blacklist". Prologue 38, no.3 (Fall 2006): 22-33.
    Online version
    RG060/RG079/RG233/RG287/HST Library

  108. Goldstein, Robert Justin. "The Grapes of McGrath: The Supreme Court and the Attorney General's List of Subversive Organizations in Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee v. McGrath (1951)". Journal of Supreme Court History 33, no.1 (March 2008): 68-88.
    RG060/DDE Library

  109. 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.

  110. Gootenberg, Paul. "The 'Pre-Colombian' Era of Drug Trafficking in the Americas: Cocaine, 1945-1965". Americas 64, no.2 (October 2007): 133-177.

  111. Gould, Lewis L. "A. S. Mercer and the Johnson County War: A Reappraisal". Arizona and the West 7, no.1 (Spring 1965): 5-20.

  112. Green, Venus. "Race and Technology: African-American Women in the Bell System, 1945-1980". Technology and Culture 36, no.2 (April 1995 (supplement)): S101-S143.

  113. Grill, Johnpeter Horst and Robert L. Jenkins. "The Nazis and the American South in the 1930s: A Mirror Image?". Journal of Southern History 58, no.4 (November 1992): 667-694.

  114. Grisinger, Joanna. "Law in Action: The Attorney General's Committee on Administrative Procedure". Journal of Policy History 20, no.3 (2008): 379-418.
    RG060/HST Library

  115. Gutfeld, Arnon. "The Murder of Frank Little: Radical Labor Agitation in Butte, Montana, 1917". Labor History 10, no.2 (Spring 1969): 177-192.

  116. Gutfeld, Arnon. "Western Justice and the Rule of Law: Bourquin on Loyalty, the 'Red Scare,' and Indians". Pacific Historical Review 65, no.1 (February 1996): 85-106.

  117. Haines, Gerald K. "American Myopia and the Japanese Monroe Doctrine, 1931-41". Prologue 13, no.2 (Summer 1981): 101-114.
    RG059/RG299/FDR Library

  118. Halkiotis, Stephen H. "Guns for 'Cuba Libre': An 1895 Filibustering Expedition from Wilmington, North Carolina". North Carolina Historical Review 55, no.1 (Winter 1978): 60-75.

  119. Hall, Kathleen. "File Sessions: Archival Court Records in Higher Education". UMKC Law Review 75, no.1 (Fall 2006): 25-43.

  120. Hall, Kermit L. "Hacks and Derelicts Revisited: American Territorial Judiciary, 1789-1959". Western Historical Quarterly 12, no.3 (July 1981): 287-289.

  121. Hall, Kermit L. "West H. Humphreys and the Crisis of the Union". Tennessee Historical Quarterly 34, no.1 (Spring 1975): 48-69.

  122. Hallberg, Carl V. "The Socialist Party in Wyoming, 1902-1940". Annals of Wyoming 81, no.3 (Summer 2009): 13-47.

  123. Haller, Mark H. "Philadelphia Bootlegging and the Report of the Special August Grand Jury". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 109, no.2 (April 1985): 215-233.

  124. Harris, Charles H., III and Louis R. Sadler. "The Plan of San Diego and the Mexican-United States War Crisis of 1916: A Reexamination". Hispanic American Historical Review 58, no.3 (August 1978): 381-408.

  125. Harris, Dee A. "Cowboys, Quacks, and Carousels: Stories of Kansas". Prologue 44, no.1 (Spring 2012): 30-34.

  126. Harris, Emily J. "Sons and Soldiers: Deerfield, Massachusetts and the Civil War". Civil War History 30, no.2 (June 1984): 157-171.

  127. Haverty-Stacke, Donna T. "'Punishment of Mere Political Advocacy': The FBI, Teamsters Local 544, and the Origins of the 1941 Smith Act Case". Journal of American History 100, no.1 (June 2013): 68-93.
    RG021/RG060/FDR Library

  128. Helmreich, Jonathan E. "The Bombing of Zurich". Aerospace Power Journal 14, no.2 (Summer 2000): 92-108.

  129. Hill, Walter B., Jr. "Living with the Hydra: The Documentation of Slavery and the Slave Trade in Federal Records". Prologue 32, no.4 (Winter 2000): 247-258.
    Online version
    RG021/RG036/RG045/RG046/RG048/RG059/RG060/RG076/RG084/RG093 RG118/RG233/RG267/RG287/RG360

  130. Hobby, Daniel T., ed. "'We Have Got Results': A Document on the Organization of Domestics in the Progressive Era". Labor History 17, no.1 (Winter 1976): 103-108.

  131. 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.

  132. Holmes, William F. "Charivari: Race, Honor, and Post Office Politics in Sharon, Georgia, 1890". Georgia Historical Quarterly 80, no.4 (Winter 1996): 759-784.

  133. Holmes, William F. "Moonshining and Collective Violence: Georgia, 1889-1896". Journal of American History 67, no.3 (December 1098): 589-611.

  134. Holmes, William F. "Whitecapping in Georgia: Carroll and Houston Counties, 1893". Georgia Historical Quarterly 64, no.4 (Winter 1980): 388-404.

  135. Homer, Michael W. "After Winter Quarters and Council Bluffs: The Mormons in Nebraska Territory, 1854-1867". Nebraska History 65, no.4 (Winter 1984): 467-483.

  136. Honer Robert A. "The Other Harry Golden: Harry Goldhurst and the Cannon Scandals". North Carolina Historical Review 65, no.2 (April 1988): 154-172.

  137. Howard, Victor B. "The Black Testimony Controversy in Kentucky, 1866-1872". Journal of Negro History 58, no.2 (April 1973): 140-165.

  138. Hundley, Norris, Jr. "The 'Winter's' Decision and Indian Water Rights: A Mystery Reexamined". Western Historical Quarterly 13, no.1 (January 1982): 17-42.

  139. Ingalls, Robert P. "Lynching and Establishment Violence in Tampa, 1858-1935". Journal of Southern History 53, no.4 (November 1987): 613-644.

  140. Janken, Kenneth R. "Remembering the Wilmington Ten: African American Politics and Judicial Misconduct in the 1970s". North Carolina Historical Review 92, no.1 (January 2015): 1-48.

  141. Jensen, Joan M. "The 'Hindu Conspiracy': A Reassessment". Pacific Historical Review 48, no.1 (February 1979): 65-83.

  142. Johnson, James P. "The Wilsonians as War Managers: Coal and the 1917-18 Winter Crisis". Prologue 9, no.4 (Winter 1977): 193-208.

  143. Johnson, Luci J. Baker. "A Fortune in Gold (Dust): How a Seattle Assayer Skimmed a Klondike Fortune". Prologue 47, no.1 (Spring 2015): 36-45.
    Online version

  144. Jordan, Jim. "Charles Augustus Lafayette Lamar and the Movement to Reopen the African Slave Trade". Georgia Historical Quarterly 93, no.3 (Fall 2009): 247-290.

  145. Kalk, Bruce H. "The Carswell Affair: The Politics of a Supreme Court Nomination in the Nixon Administration". American Journal of Legal History 42, no.3 (July 1998): 261-287.
    RG060/DDE Library/RMN Library

  146. Keith, Jeanette. "The Politics of Southern Draft Resistance, 1917-1918: Class, Race, and Conscription in the Rural South". Journal of American History 87, no.4 (March 2001): 1335-1361.

  147. Kelley, Christopher S.; Marshall, Bryan W. "Going It Alone: The Politics of Signing Statements from Reagan to Bush II". Social Science Quarterly 91, no.1 (March 2010): 168-187.

  148. Kirshenbaum, Andrea Meryl. "'The Vampire that Hovers over North Carolina': Gender, White Supremacy, and the Wilmington Race Riot of 1898". Southern Cultures 4, no.3 (Fall 1998): 6-31.

  149. Koppes, Clayton R. "The Industrial Workers of the World and County-Jail Reform in Kansas, 1915-1920". Kansas Historical Quarterly 41, no.1 (Spring 1975): 63-86.

  150. Koppes, Clayton R. "The Kansas Trial of the IWW, 1917-1919". Labor History 16, no.3 (Summer 1975): 338-358.

  151. Kroeger, Brooke. "Nellie Bly: She Did It All". Prologue 28, no.1 (Spring 1996): 6-15.

  152. Krugler, David F. "A Mob in Uniform: Soldiers and Civilians in Washington's Red Summer". Washington History 21, no. (2009): 49-77.
    RG060/RG065/RG165/NARA photos

  153. Lancaster, Guy. "Nightriding and Racial Cleansing in the Arkansas River Valley". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 72, no.3 (Autumn 2013): 242-264.

  154. Larsen, Lawrence H. "The Last Days of Robert F. Stroud, the Birdman of Alcatraz". Prologue 23, no.2 (Summer 1991): 148-159.

  155. Larsen, Lawrence H. and Nancy J. Hulston. "Criminal Aspects of the Pendergast Machine". Missouri Historical Review 91, no.2 (January 1997): 168-180.
    RG021/RG129/RG276/HST Library

  156. Lass, William E. "Elias H. Durfee and Campbell K. Peck: Indian Traders on the Upper Missouri Frontier". Journal of the West 43, no.2 (Spring 2004): 9-19.

  157. Lawson, Ellen Nickenzie. "Smugglers, Bootleggers, Scofflaws: How Liquor Got into New York City during Prohibition". Prologue 43, no.3 (Fall 2011): 28-35.

  158. Lee, Brian E. "A New Frontier: Reevaluating JFK's Civil Rights Record through a Case Study of Prince Edward County, Virginia". Federal History 7 (2015): 53-66.
    RG021/RG060/JFK Library

  159. Lee, Brian E. and Brian J. Daugherity. "Program of Action: The Rev. L. Francis Griffin and the Struggle for Racial Equality in Farmville, 1963". Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 121, no.3 (2013): 250-287.
    RG021/RG060/JFK Library

  160. Legge, Jerome S., Jr. "The Karl Linnas Deportation Case, the Office of Special Investigations, and American Ethnic Politics". Holocaust and Genocide Studies 24, no.1 (Spring 2010): 26-55.

  161. Levinson, Daniel. "The Phoenix Riot and the Memories of Greenwood County". Southern Cultures 8, no.4 (Winter 2002): 29-57.

  162. Levy, Peter. "Go Quietly or Else: The Resignation of Vice President Spiro T. Agnew". Maryland Historical Magazine 110, no.2 (Summer 2015): 226-251.
    RG118/RMN Library

  163. LeWarne, Charles P. "The Bolsheviks Land in Seattle: The Shilka Incident of 1917". Arizona and the West 20, no.2 (Summer 1978): 107-122.

  164. Lewis, Ronald L. "From Peasant to Proletarian: The Migration of Southern Blacks to the Central Appalachian Coalfields". Journal of Southern History 55, no.1 (February 1989): 77-102.

  165. Lewis, Tab. "Labor History Sources in the National Archives". Labor History 31, no.1-2 (Winter-Spring 1990): 98-104.
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  166. Lichtenstein, Alex. "Good Roads and Chain Gangs in the Progressive South: 'The Negro Convict is a Slave'". Journal of Southern History 59, no.1 (February 1993): 85-110.

  167. Limbaugh, Ronald H. "Fighter on the Bench: Milton Kelly's Idaho Legal Career, 1862-1870". Idaho Yesterday 25, no.1 (Spring 1981): 3-13.

  168. Longacre, Glenn. "Free Speech on Trial: Eugene Debs at Canton, Ohio". Prologue 49, no.4 (Winter 2017-18): 20-28.
    Online version

  169. Lothyan, Phillip E. "A Question of Citizenship". Prologue 21, no.3 (Fall 1989): 267-273.
    RG021, Pacific Northwest Region/RG118, Pacific Northwest Region

  170. Lowell, Waverly B. "Pollution, Production, and Power: Natural Resources, Society, and Technology". California History 75, no.1 (Spring 1996): 40-46.
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  171. Lyman, E. Leo. "A Mormon Transition in Idaho Politics". Idaho Yesterdays 20, no.4 (Winter 1977): 2-11.

  172. Lynskey, Bill. "Reinventing the First Amendment in Wartime Philadelphia". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 131, no.1 (January 2007): 33-80.

  173. Magness, Phillip W. "Between Evidence, Rumor, and Perception: Marshal Lamon and the 'Plot' to Arrest Chief Justice Taney". Journal of Supreme Court History 42, no.2 (2017): 133-153.

  174. May, Robert E. "Young American Males and Filibustering in the Age of Manifest Destiny: The United States Army as a Cultural Mirror". Journal of American History 78, no.3 (December 1991): 857-886.

  175. McCormick, Charles H. "From Seeing Reds to Being Feds: the Pittsburgh Bureau of Investigation Field Office in Transition, 1920-1925". Pennsylvania History 69, no.3 (Summer 2002): 367-392.

  176. McCoy, Kelli. "Regulating Respectable Manliness in the American West: Race, Class, and the Mann Act, 1910-1940". Western Legal History 28, no.1 (Winter/Spring 2015): 1-42.

  177. McDaniel, Tammie A. "The Politics of Sedition: The Trial of Winnfield's Senator S.J. Harper". Louisiana History 53, no.1 (Winter 2012): 51-67.

  178. McGirr, Lisa. "Black and White Longshoremen in the IWW: A History of the Philadelphia Marine Transport Workers Industrial Union Local 8". Labor History 37, no.3 (Summer 1995): 377-402.

  179. McLear, Patrick. "Anslinger vs. Donnici: Narcotics Trafficking and Federal Justice in Kansas City, Missouri, 1939". Missouri Historical Review 104, no.1 (October 2009): 40-52.

  180. McMillan, Neil R. "Perry W. Howard, Boss of Black-and-Tan Republicanism in Mississippi, 1924-1960". Journal of Southern History 48, no.2 (May 1982): 205-224.
    RG021/RG060/HH Library

  181. McReynolds, R. Michael. "Legacy of Justice: Legal Records in the National Archives". Prologue 16, no.4 (Winter 1984): 261-269.

  182. Melchiori, Marie Varrelman. "The FBI and Your Ancestor?". NGS NewsMagazine 32, no.4 (October/November/December 2006): 24-28.

  183. Milani, Ernesto R. "Peonage at Sunnyside and the Reaction of the Italian Government". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 50, no.1 (Spring 1991): 30-39.

  184. Miller, Julie. "Enemy Alien Registrations during World War I". NGS Magazine 44, no.2 (April-June 2018): 21-28.

  185. Miller, Larisa K. "From Courtroom to Research Room: Studying the West in Federal Court Records". Western Legal History 10, no.1-2 (Spring-Summer 1997): 31-57.

  186. Miller, M. Sammye. "The National Archives, a Repository for Afro-Americana: Recommendations for E.M. Hewlett". Journal of Negro History 64, no.4 (Autumn 1979): 391-394.

  187. Miller, Robert D. "Samuel Field Phillips: The Odyssey of a Southern Dissenter". North Carolina Historical Review 58, no.3 (Summer 1981): 263-280.

  188. Miller, Sally M. "Through Dungeons Dark: The Story of Kate Richards O'Hare". Gateway Heritage 13, no.4 (Spring 1993): 58-67.

  189. Miller, Wilbur R. "The Revenue: Federal Law Enforcement in the Mountain South, 1870-1900". Journal of Southern History 55, no.2 (May 1989): 195-216.

  190. Mizuno, Takeya. "Federal Government Uses of the Japanese-Language Press from Pearl Harbor to Mass Incarceration". Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 82, no.1 (Spring 2005): 148-167.

  191. Molina, Michael. "Red Panic: The Drumright Telephone Operator's Strike of 1919". Chronicles of Oklahoma 91, no.3 (Fall 2013): 326-348.

  192. Morris, Robert C. "The Government's Lawyers: United States Attorneys Records in the National Archives". Prologue 22, no.4 (Winter 1990): 388-394.

  193. Muller, Eric L. "Betrayal on Trial: Japanese-American 'Treason' in World War II". North Carolina Law Review 82, no. (June 2004): 1759-1798.

  194. Munnikhuysen, Larry, III. "The Rawlings Pattern Tank Helmets of World War II". Military Collector & Historian 68, no.3 (Fall 2016): 233-243.

  195. Nagler, Joerg A. "Enemy Aliens and Internment in World War I: Alvo von Alvensleben in Fort Douglas, Utah: A Case Study". Utah Historical Quarterly 58, no.4 (Fall 1990): 388-405.

  196. Naske, Claus-M. "Alaska's Floating Court". Western Legal History 11, no.2 (Summer/Fall 1998): 163-183.

  197. Nealand, Daniel. "Chinese American Historical Studies: A Summary of Resources at the National Archives-Pacific Sierra Region". Chinese America: History and Perspectives 5, no. (1991): 121-134.

  198. Nelson, Bruce. "J. Vance Thompson, the Industrial Workers of the World & the Mood of Syndicalism, 1914-1921". Labor's Heritage 2, no.4 (October 1990): 44-65.

  199. Newkirk, Vann. "Washed Down in Blood: Murder on the Schooner Harry A. Berwind". North Carolina Historical Review 91, no.1 (January 2014): 1-29.

  200. Newman, Robert P. "Red Scare in Seattle, 1952: The FBI, the CIA, and Owen Lattimore's 'Escape'". Historian 48, no.1 (November 1985): 61-81.
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  201. Nickerson, Michelle. "Women, Domesticity, and Postwar Conservatism". OAH Magazine of History 17, no.2 (January 2003): 17-20.

  202. Nieman, Donald G. "Black Political Power and Criminal Justice: Washington County, Texas, 1868-1884". Journal of Southern History 55, no.3 (August 1989): 391-420.

  203. Niswonger, Richard L. "Arkansas and the Election of 1896". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 34, no.1 (Spring 1975): 41-78.

  204. Nolan, Frederick W. "The Search for Alexander McSween". New Mexico Historical Review 62, no.3 (July 1987): 287-301.

  205. Norwood, Stephen H. "Bogalusa Burning: The War against Biracial Unionism in the Deep South, 1919". Journal of Southern History 63, no.3 (August 1997): 591-628.

  206. O'Neill, Michael. "The Removal of Chief Justice Maginnis: Politics and the Judiciary in Wyoming Territory". Annals of Wyoming 79, no.3/4 (Summer-Autumn 2007): 50-72.

  207. O'Reilly, Declan. "Vesting GAF Corporation: The Roosevelt Administration's Decision to Americanise I.G. Farben's American Affiliates in World War II". History and Technology 22, no.2 (June 2006): 153-186.
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  209. Olmstead, Alan L. and Paul Rhode. "The Farm Energy Crisis of 1920". Agricultural History 62, no.1 (Winter 1988): 48-60.

  210. Olszowka, John. "The Niagara Frontier Defense League's Patriotic War on Labor: The Case of Curtiss Aeroplane, 1917-1918". Labor History 53, no.4 (November 2012): 451-469.

  211. Owens, John B. "The Clerk, the Thief, His Life as a Baker: Ashton Embry and the Supreme Court Leak Scandal". Supreme Court History 27, no.1 (March 2002): 14-44.

  212. Palmquist, Robert F. "Mining, Keno, and the Law: The Tombstone Careers of Bob Winders, Charley Smith, and Fred Dodge, 1879-1888". Journal of Arizona History 38, no.2 (Summer 1997): 135-154.

  213. Pardoe, Blaine. "Frank Luke, Jr.: A Dauntless Spirit". Air Power History 56, no.3 (Fall 2009): 4-13.

  214. Parman, Donald L. "The 'Big Stick' in Indian Affairs: The Bai-a-lil-le Incident in 1909". Arizona and the West 20, no.4 (Winter 1978): 343-360.

  215. Peck, Gunther. "Reinventing Free Labor: Immigrant Padrones and Contract Laborers in North America, 1885-1925". Journal of American History 83, no.3 (December 1996): 848-871.
    RG060/RG085/NARA photos

  216. Pfeiffer, David. "'Tony's Lab': Germ Warfare in WWI Used on Horses in U.S.". Prologue 49, no.3 (Fall 2017): 28-35.
    Online version

  217. Phillips, Geraldine N. "Documenting the Struggle for Racial Equality in the Decade of the Sixties". Prologue 29, no.2 (Summer 1997): 132-134.
    Online version

  218. Pratt, William C. "Socialism on the Plains, 1900-1924". South Dakota History 18, no.1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 1988): 1-35.

  219. Prechtel-Kluskens, Claire. "Internment of Enemy Aliens During World War I". NGS Magazine 43, no.2 (April-June 2017): 35-39.

  220. Prechtel-Kluskens, Claire. "The Lives and Careers of Judges and Other Employees in the Federal Judicial System: Some Pointers on Research". Western Legal History 10, no.1-2 (1997): 58-78.

  221. Price, Kenneth M. "'Whitman, Walt, Clerk': The Poet Was a Seer of Democracy and Bureaucracy". Prologue 43, no.4 (Winter 2011): 24-32.
    Online version

  222. Raat, William Dirk. "The Diplomacy of Supression: Los Revoltosos, Mexico, and the United States, 1906-1911". Hispanic American Historical Review 56, no.4 (November 1976): 529-550.

  223. Ragan, Fred D. "Obscenity or Politics? Tom Watson, Anti-Catholicism, and the Department of Justice". Georgia Historical Quarterly 70, no.1 (Spring 1986): 17-46.

  224. Ragsdale, Bruce A. "Incited by the Love of Liberty: The Amistad Captives and the Federal Courts". Prologue 35, no.1 (Spring 2003): 12-24.
    Online version

  225. Rasmussen, Nicolas. "Controlling 'America's Opium': Barbiturate Use, Pharmaceutical Regulation, and the Politics of Public Health in the Early Postwar United States". Journal of Policy History 29, no.4 (2017): 543-568.
    RG088/RG170/HST Library

  226. Ratliff, John H. "The Simite Extermination". Alabama Review 66, no.4 (October 2013): 278-300.

  227. Rausch, G.J., Jr. "The Exile and Death of Victoriano Huerta". Hispanic American Historical Review 42, no.2 (May 1962): 133-151.

  228. Raz, Mical. "Treating Addiction or Reducing Crime? Methadone Maintenance and Drug Policy under the Nixon Administration". Journal of Policy History 29, no.1 (2017): 58-86.

  229. Ried, Kimberlee. "Immigrants and National Security during World War I". Social Education 79, no.1 (January-February 2015): 11-17.

  230. Rives, Robert and Timothy Rives. "The Booker T Four's Unlikely Journey from Prison Baseball to the Negro Leagues". Prologue 36, no.2 (Summer 2004): 20-29.
    Online version

  231. Rives, Tim and Steve Spence. "68,937 and Counting: Searching Inmate Case Files from the U.S. Penitentiary at Leavenworth, Kansas". Prologue 42, no.2 (Summer 2010): 54-61.
    Online version

  232. Rives, Timothy. "Grant, Babcock, and the Whiskey Ring". Prologue 32, no.3 (Fall 2000): 142-153.
    Online version

  233. Rives, Timothy. "Legal History Research Opportunities and Resources at the National Archives and Records Administration--Central Plains Region". UMKC Law Review 75, no.1 (Fall 2006): 137-148.

  234. Rives, Timothy. "Research Notes from the Field: The National Archives' Celestial Volunteer". Prologue 37, no.2 (Summer 2005): 6-9.

  235. Robert, Phil. "Inside Federal Prohibition Enforcement in Wyoming: The Case of Bootlegger Busts in Northern Natrona County, 1928". Annals of Wyoming 74, no.3 (Summer 2002): 2-7.

  236. Rosa, Joseph G. "George Ward Nichols and the Legend of Wild Bill Hickok". Arizona and the West 19, no.2 (Summer 1977): 135-162.

  237. Rosa, Joseph G. "J. B. Hickok, Deputy U. S. Marshal". Kansas History 2, no.4 (Winter 1979): 231-251.

  238. Ross, Steven J. "Struggles for the Screen: Workers, Radicals, and the Political Uses of Silent Film". American Historical Review 96, no.2 (April 1991): 333-367.

  239. Rust, Barbara. "The Right to Vote: The Enforcement Acts and Southern Courts". Prologue 21, no.3 (Fall 1989): 231-237.
    RG021, Southwest Region/RG060

  240. Scherini, Rose D. "Executive Order 9066 and Italian Americans: The San Francisco Story". California History 70, no.4 (Winter 1991/92): 367-377.

  241. Schoeppner, Michael A. "Status across Borders: Roger Taney, Black British Subjects, and a Diplomatic Antecedent to the Dred Scott Decision". Journal of American History 100, no.1 (June 2013): 46-67.

  242. Schwantes, Carlos A. "Farmer-Labor Insurgency in Washington State: William Bouck, the Grange, and the Western Progressive Farmers". Pacific Northwest Quarterly 76, no.1 (January 1985): 2-11.

  243. Schwantes, Carlos A. "Law and Disorder: The Suppression of Coxey's Army in Idaho". Idaho Yesterdays 25, no.2 (Summer 1981): 10-26.

  244. Schwantes, Carlos A. "Making the World Unsafe for Democracy: Vigilantes, Grangers and the Walla Walla 'Outrage' of June 1918". Montana: The Magazine of Western History 31, no.1 (January 1981): 18-29.

  245. Schwantes, Carlos A. "The Ordeal of William Morley Bouck, 1918-1919: Limits to the Federal Suppression of Agrarian Dissidents". Agricultural History 59, no.3 (July 1985): 417-427.

  246. Schwantes, Carlos A. "Western Women in Coxey's Army in 1894". Arizona and the West 26, no.1 (Spring 1984): 5-20.

  247. Sellars, Nigel. "The IWW and the Green Corn Rebellion". Chronicles of Oklahoma 57, no.2 (Summer 1999): 150-169.

  248. Shields, Sarah D. "The Treatment of Conscientious Objectors during World War I: Mennonites at Camp Funston". Kansas History 4, no.4 (Winter 1981): 255-269.

  249. Shofner, Jerrell H. "Andrew Johnson and the Fernandina Unionists". Prologue 10, no.4 (Winter 1978): 210-223.

  250. Shofner, Jerrell H. "Negro Laborers and the Forest Industries in Reconstruction Florida". Journal of Forest History 19, no.4 (October 1975): 166-179.

  251. Shofner, Jerrell H. "The Pensacola Workingman's Association: A Militant Negro Labor Union during Reconstruction". Labor History 13, no.4 (Fall 1972): 555-559.

  252. Smith, Chuck. "The Persecution of West Virginia Jehovah's Witnesses and the Expansion of Legal Protection for Religious Liberty". Journal of Church and State 43, no.3 (Summer 2001): 539-577.

  253. Smith, Stephen A. "Patriotism, Pledging Allegiance, and Public Schools: Lessons from Washington County in the 1940s". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 64, no.1 (Spring 2005): 48-69.

  254. Smith, Thomas G. "Detaining the Insane: Detention Hospitals, Mental Health, and Frontier Politics in Alaska, 1910-1915". Pacific Northwest Quarterly 73, no.3 (July 1982): 124-133.
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  255. Smith, Zachary. "Tom Watson and Resistance to Federal War Policies in Georgia during World War I". Journal of Southern History 78, no.2 (May 2012): 293-326.

  256. Soapes, Emily Williams. "The American Experiment: Living with the Constitution". Prologue 19, no.3 (Fall 1987): 185-189.
    RG165/RG210/RG453/DDE Library/FDR Library/LBJ Library

  257. Sohi, Seema. "Race, Surveillance, and Indian Anticolonialism in the Transnational Western U.S.-Canadian Borderlands". Journal of American History 98, no.2 (September 2011): 420-436.

  258. Spence, Clarke C. "The Governor Hunts Another Judge: Benjamin Potts and the Ouster of John Murphy". Montana: The Magazine of Western History 29, no.3 (July 1979): 42-49.

  259. Spence, Richard B. "The Tragic Fate of Kalamatiano: America's Man in Moscow". International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 12, no.3 (1999): 346-374.

  260. Stathis, Stephen W. "Dr. Barton's Case and the Monroe Precedent of 1818". William and Mary Quarterly 32, no.3 (July 1975): 465-474.

  261. Steele, Richard W. "'NO RACIALS': Discrimination against Ethnics in American Defense Industry, 1940-42". Labor History 32, no.1 (Winter 1991): 66-90.
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  263. Sterling, David L. "In Defense of Debs: The Lawyers and the Esponage Act Case". Indiana Magazine of History 83, no.1 (March 1987): 17-42.

  264. Stewart, Bruce E. "'When Darkness Reigns Then Is the Hour to Strike': Moonshining, Federal Liquor Taxation, and Klan Violence in Western North Carolina, 1868-1872". North Carolina Historical Review 80, no.4 (October 2003): 453-474.

  265. Stolberg, Mary M. "Policing the Twilight Zone: Federalizing Crime Fighting during the New Deal". Journal of Policy History 7, no.4 (1995): 393-415.
    RG060/FDR Library

  266. Stolberg, Mary M. "Politician, Populist, Reformer: A Reexamination of 'Hanging Judge' Isaac C. Parker". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 47, no.1 (Spring 1988): 3-28.

  267. Stolberg, Mary M. "The Evolution of Frontier Justice: The Case of Judge Isaac Parker". Prologue 20, no.1 (Spring 1988): 6-23.

  268. Swerczek, Ronald E. "Records Relating to India in the Archives of the United States". Indian Archives 32, no.2 (July-December 1983): 15-26.
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  282. Vandal, Gilles. "Property Offenses, Social Tension and Racial Antagonism in Post-Civil War Rural Louisiana". Journal of Social History 31, no.1 (Fall 1997): 127-153.

  283. Viner, Kim. "Alaska Gets a Wyoming Judge". Annals of Wyoming 86, no.4 (Autumn 2014): 2-13.

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