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Periodical Literature: Regional Archives Cluster

Record Groups 115, 142, 184, 201, 284, 305, 321, 322, 323, 387, 388, 414, 442, 447, 461, 556

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

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

  3. Anderson, Leslie Elaine. "Tabitha (Bugg) George Smith of Mecklenberg County, Virginia". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 103, no.1 (March 2015): 5-28.

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

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

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

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

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

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

  12. 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.

  13. 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.

  14. 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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  15. 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.
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  16. Bustard, Bruce I. "Managing Nature: Environmental Images of the American West". Prologue 24, no.4 (Winter 1992): 394-397.

  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. 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.

  20. 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.

  21. 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.

  22. 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.

  23. 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.

  24. 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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  25. Chappell, David A. "The Forgotten Mau: Anti-Navy Protest in American Samoa, 1920-1935". Pacific Historical Review 69, no.2 (May 2000): 217-260.

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

  27. Conis, Elena. "Polio, DDT, and Disease Risk in the United States after World War II". Environmental History 22, no.4 (October 2017): 696-721.

  28. Crafts, Lydia. "Making Medical Subjects: Regeneration, Experimentation, and Women in the Guatemalan Spring". Hispanic American Historical Review 102, no.2 (May 2022): 251-284.

  29. Dehner, George. "Legionnaires' Disease: Building a Better World for You". Environmental History 23, no.3 (July 2018): 522-544.

  30. Dickson, Ted. "Comparative Decades: Conservatism in the 1920s and 1980s". OAH Magazine of History 17, no.2 (January 2003): 37-39.

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

  32. Ford, Jeanette. "Electricity for a Region". Chronicles of Oklahoma 60, no.4 (Winter 1982-82): 448-459.

  33. Foster, Doug. "Refuges and Reclamation: Conflicts in the Klamath Basin, 1904-1964". Oregon Historical Quarterly 103, no.2 (Summer 2002): 150-187.

  34. Gallagher-Cohoon, Erin. "Despite Being 'Known, Highly Promiscuous and Active': Presumed Heterosexuality in the USPHS's STD Inoculation Study, 1946-48". Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 35, no.2 (Fall/Autumn 2018): 337-356.

  35. Hargreaves, Mary W. "Land-Use Planning in Response to Drought: The Experience of the Thirties". Agricultural History 50, no.4 (October 1976): 561-582.

  36. Heger, Kenneth. "Dangers in the CCC: Civilian Conservation Corps Accident Reports, 1933-1942". Prologue 43, no.4 (Winter 2011): 48-55.
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  37. Hess, Jeffrey A. "A Mile High in the Mountains: The Planning, Design, and Construction of Deadwood Dam". Idaho Yesterdays 36, no.3 (Fall 1992): 2-16.

  38. Hoffman, Abraham. "Origins of a Controversy: The U. S. Reclamation Service and the Owens Valley-Los Angeles Water Dispute". Arizona and the West 19, no.4 (Winter 1977): 333-346.

  39. Humphreys, Margaret. "Kicking a Dying Dog: DDT and the Demise of Malaria in the American South, 1942-1950". Isis 87, no.1 (March 1996): 1-17.

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

  41. Hundley, Norris, Jr. and Donald C. Jackson. "Privilege and Responsibility: William Mulholland and the St. Francis Dam Disaster". California History 82, no.3 (Fall 2004): 8-47.

  42. Jackson, Donald C. "Engineering in the Progressive Era: A New Look at Frederick Haynes Newell and the U.S. Reclamation Service". Technology and Culture 34, no.3 (July 1993): 539-574.

  43. Johnson, Matthew P. "Swampy Sugar Lands: Irrigation Dams and the Rise and Fall of Malaria in Puerto Rico, 1898-1962". Journal of Latin American Studies 51, no.2 (May 2019): 243-271.

  44. Johnson, Timothy. "Nitrogen Nation: The Legacy of World War I and the Politics of Chemical Agriculture in the United States, 1916-1933". Agricultural History 90, no.2 (Spring 2016): 209-229.

  45. Koppes, Clayton R. "Public Water, Private Land: Origins of the Acreage Limitation Controversy, 1933-1953". Pacific Historical Review 47, no.4 (November 1978): 607-636.
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  46. Langlois, Karen S. "Mary Austin and Andrew Forbes: Poetry, Photography, and the Eastern Sierra". California History 85, no.1 (Winter 2007): 24-43.

  47. Littlefield, Douglas R. "The Rio Grande Compact of 1929: A Truce in an Interstate River War". Pacific Historical Quarterly 60, no.4 (November 1991): 497-515.

  48. Loiselle, Aimee. "US Imperialism and Puerto Rican Needleworkers: Sovereignty, Citizenship, and Women's Labor in a Deep History of Neoliberal Trade". International Labor and Working Class History 98 (Fall 2020): 142-172.

  49. Lovin, Hugh T. "'Duty of Water' in Idaho: A 'New West' Irrigation Controversy". Arizona and the West 23, no.1 (Spring 1981): 5-28.

  50. Lovin, Hugh T. "Free Enterprise and Large-Scale Reclamation on the Twin Falls-North Side Tract, 1907-1930". Idaho Yesterdays 29, no.1 (Spring 1985): 2-14.

  51. Lovin, Hugh T. "Idaho's White Elephant: The King Hill Tracts and the United States Reclamation Service". Pacific Northwest Quarterly 83, no.1 (January 1992): 12-21.

  52. Lovin, Hugh T. "Idaho: The DuBois Project: A Matter of Big Dreams and Little Progress in the American West". Journal of the West 45, no.3 (Summer 2006): 42-49.

  53. 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.

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

  55. Lovin, Hugh. "A Century of Efforts Trying to Reclaim the Mountain Home Plateau". Idaho Yesterdays 40, no.1 (Spring 1996): 10-25.

  56. 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.

  57. Lovin, Hugh. "Jackson Hole Water Resources, Federal Reclamationists, and Idaho Irrigationists". Annals of Wyoming 77, no.3 (Summer 2005): 15-25.

  58. Lovin, Hugh. "The Damming of Yellowstone National Park: A Crusade for Irrigation in the Upper Yellowstone River Valley". Montana: The Magazine of Western History 52, no.1 (Spring 2002): 12-23.

  59. Lovin, Hugh. "Water, Arid Land, and Visions of Advancement on the Snake River Plain". Idaho Yesterdays 35, no.1 (Spring 1991): 3-25.

  60. Lowell, Waverly B. "Documenting the Environment: Records in the Regional Archives". Agricultural History 66, no.2 (Spring 1992): 351-360.

  61. Luke, Thomas, Timothy Halenkamp, and Edward Kilbane. "Naval Quarantine: Impervious to Epidemics of Virulent Disease". Proceedings, U.S. Naval Institute 132, no.7 (July 2006): 48-53.

  62. McSweeney, Jim. "Documented Rights". Prologue 41, no.1 (Spring 2009): 6-9.

  63. Petlewski, Kathy. "The Rise of Railroads and the Records of Railroaders". NGS Magazine 46, no.1 (January-March 2020): 42-47.

  64. Petro, Diane. "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? The 1940 Census Employment and Income". Prologue 44, no.1 (Spring 2012): 54-61.
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  65. Pfaff, Christine. "'Happy Days' of the Depression: The Civilian Conservation Corps in Colorado". Colorado Heritage 21, no.2 (Spring 2001): 31-39.

  66. Pfaff, Christine. "Mae Schnurr: A Woman's Rise to Prominence". Prologue 29, no.3 (Fall 1997): 232-242.

  67. Pfaff, Christine. "Safeguarding Hoover Dam during World War II". Prologue 35, no.2 (Summer 2003): 11-21.
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  68. Pisani, Donald J. "Conflict over Conservation: The Reclamation Service and the Tahoe Contract". Western Historical Quarterly 10, no.2 (April 1979): 2167-190.

  69. Pisani, Donald J. "Forests and Reclamation, 1891-1911". Forest & Conservation History 37, no.2 (April 1993): 68-79.

  70. Pisani, Donald J. "George Maxwell, the Railroads, and American Land Policy, 1899-1904". Pacific Historical Review 63, no.2 (May 1994): 177-202.

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

  72. Pisani, Donald J. "State vs. Nation: Federal Reclamation and Water Rights in the Progressive Era". Pacific Historical Review 51, no.3 (August 1982): 265-282.

  73. Pisani, Donald J. "Water Planning in the Progressive Era: The Inland Waterways Commission Reconsidered". Journal of Policy History 18, no.4 (2006): 389-418.

  74. Prechtel-Kluskens, Claire. "Butter Makers and More: Revelations of the 1929 Census of Manufacturers". NGS Magazine 43, no.3 (July-September 2017): 61-63.

  75. Purcell, Aaron D. "Struggle Within, Struggle Without: The TEPCO Case and the Tennessee Valley Authority, 1936-1939". Tennessee Historical Quarterly 61, no.3 (Fall 2002): 194-210.

  76. Purcell, Aaron D. "Undermining the TVA: George Berry, David Lilienthal, and Arthur Morgan". Tennessee Historical Quarterly 57, no.2 (Fall 1998): 168-189.

  77. Ray, Joyce. "Documenting Workers and Health: Federal Sources". Labor's Heritage 3, no.2 (April 1991): 66-77.
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  78. Reid, Bill G. "Agrarian Opposition to Franklin K. Lane's Proposal for Soldier Settlement, 1918-1921". Agricultural History 41, no.2 (April 1967): 167-179.

  79. Rhodes, Benjamin D. "From Cooksville to Chungking: The Dam-Designing Career of John L. Savage". Wisconsin Magazine of History 72, no.4 (Summer 1989): 243-272.

  80. Rook, Robert. "Race, Water, and Foreign Policy: The Tennessee Valley Authority's Global Agenda Meets 'Jim Crow'". Diplomatic History 28, no.1 (January 2004): 55-81.

  81. Ropp, Paul W. "Thomas Delamore and the Defense of the Philippines: Heroism, Bureaucracy, and Fate". Journal of America's Military Past 27, no.1 (Spring/Summer 2000): 89-99.

  82. Rush, James S., Jr. "War of Attrition: Textual Records Relating to the Environment in the National Archives - Arizona, a Case Study". Agricultural History 66, no.2 (Spring 1992): 331-338.

  83. Rusinek, Walter. "Battle for the Verde River: Arizona's Other River Controversy". Journal of the Southwest 31, no.2 (Summer 1989): 223-248.

  84. Slater, Leo Barney and Margaret Humphreys. "Parasites and Progress: Ethical Decision-Making and the Santee-Cooper Malaria Study, 1944-1949". Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 51, no.2 (Winter 2008): 103-120.

  85. Smith, Karen L. "The Campaign for Water in Central Arizona, 1890-1903". Arizona and the West 23, no.2 (Summer 1981): 127-148.

  86. Stene, Eric A. "Construction History of the Klamath Project". Journal of the Shaw Historical Library 13 (1999): 43-58.

  87. Sweetland, James H. "Federal Sources for the Study of Collective Communities". Government Publications Review 7A, no.2 (1980): 129-138.

  88. 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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  89. Tackenberg, David. "Walter Lubken, U.S. Reclamation Service Photographer at Roosevelt Dam: A Photo Essay". Journal of Arizona History 50, no.4 (Winter 2009): 365-392.

  90. Tomlin, Mary Evelyn. "The TVA at 75". Prologue 40, no.1 (Spring 2008): 30-35.

  91. Townley, John M. "Soil Saturation Problems on the Truckee-Carson Project, Nevada". Agricultural History 52, no.2 (April 1978): 280-291.

  92. Walker, Melissa. "African Americans and TVA Reservoir Property Removal: Race in a New Deal Program". Agricultural History 72, no.2 (Spring 1998): 417-428.

  93. Walton, John. "Picnic at Alabama Gates: The Owens Valley Rebellion, 1904-1927". California History 65, no.3 (September 1986): 193-206.

  94. Way, Albert G. "The Invisible and Indeterminable Value of Ecology: From Malaria Control to Ecological Research in the American South". Isis 106, no.2 (June 2015): 310-336.

  95. Wilson, William H. "The Alaska Railroad and the Agricultural Frontier". Agricultural History 52, no.2 (April 1978): 263-279.

  96. Wiltsey, Thomas E. "Territorial Court Records and Local History: New Mexico as a Case Study". Prologue 15, no.1 (Spring 1983): 43-54.