1. Editor’s Note
  2. Lora M. Key
  3. pp. 201-202
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  1. Roundtable Introduction
  2. Jaynie Adams
  3. pp. 203-208
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  1. Suffrage on the Frontier: How Arizona and Maine Women Pushed for Full Citizenship
  2. Shannon M. Risk
  3. pp. 209-216
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  1. East Meets West: Comparing the New York and Arizona Woman Suffrage Campaigns
  2. Karen Pastorello
  3. pp. 217-224
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  1. Responsible Citizens: Comparing Woman Suffrage in Arizona and South Dakota
  2. Sara Egge
  3. pp. 225-230
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  1. “They Think I Have Forgotten All About the Past”: Suffragists’ Struggle for Acceptance in Politics in Arizona and Texas
  2. Rachel Michelle Gunter
  3. pp. 231-240
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  1. Where Is Their Place? Mexican-Origin Women, Citizenship, and Suffrage in the Arizona Borderlands
  2. Kif Augustine-Adams
  3. pp. 241-248
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  1. Winning Their Place Roundtable: A Response
  2. Heidi J. Osselaer
  3. pp. 249-254
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  1. A Diné History of Navajoland by Klara Kelley and Harris Francis (review)
  2. Farina King
  3. pp. 295-297
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  1. The Three-Cornered War: The Union, the Confederacy, and Native Peoples in the Fight for the West by Megan Kate Nelson (review)
  2. William S. Kiser
  3. pp. 297-299
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  1. Being and Becoming Ute: The Story of an American Indian People by Sondra G. Jones (review)
  2. Katherine M. B. Osburn
  3. pp. 300-302
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  1. Essays on American Indian and Mormon History ed. by P. Jane Hafen and Brenden W. Rensink (review)
  2. Reilly Hatch
  3. pp. 302-304
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  1. Empire’s Tracks: Indigenous Nations, Chinese Workers, and the Transcontinental Railroad by Manu Karuka (review)
  2. Ryan Dearinger
  3. pp. 304-306
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  1. Railroading Religion: Mormons, Tourists and the Corporate Spirit of the West by David Walker (review)
  2. Matthew Bowman
  3. pp. 307-309
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  1. Postcards from the Chihuahua Border: Revisiting a Pictorial Past, 1900s–1950s by Daniel D. Arreola (review)
  2. Paul Ganster
  3. pp. 309-311
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  1. Gold Rush Manliness: Race and Gender on the Pacific Slope by Christopher Herbert (review)
  2. Kevin Marshall
  3. pp. 311-313
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  1. Arequipa Sanatorium: Life in California’s Lung Resort for Women by Lynn Downey (review)
  2. Jennifer Koslow
  3. pp. 313-316
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  1. Collisions at the Crossroads: How Place and Mobility Make Race by Genevieve Carpio (review)
  2. Sarah Frohardt-Lane
  3. pp. 316-318
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  1. First Americans: U.S. Patriotism in Indian Country after World War I by Thomas Grillot (review)
  2. John Little
  3. pp. 319-321
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  1. Redeeming La Raza: Transborder Modernity, Race, Respectability, and Rights by Gabriela González (review)
  2. Ruben Ernesto Zecena
  3. pp. 321-324
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  1. People Must Live by Work: Direct Job Creation in America, from FDR to Reagan by Steven Attewell (review)
  2. Tim Keogh
  3. pp. 324-326
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  1. South Central Is Home: Race and the Power of Community Investment in Los Angeles by Abigail Rosas (review)
  2. Gordon Mantler
  3. pp. 326-329
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  1. Latinos and the Liberal City: Politics and Protest in San Francisco by Eduardo Contreras (review)
  2. Lindsey Passenger Wieck
  3. pp. 329-331
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  1. Divided Peoples: Policy, Activism, and Indigenous Identities on the U.S.‒Mexico Border by Christina Leza (review)
  2. Kirstin C. Erickson
  3. pp. 332-334
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  1. Food Fight! Millennial Mestizaje Meets the Culinary Marketplace by Paloma Martinez-Cruz (review)
  2. Vanessa Fajardo
  3. pp. 334-336
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  1. Book Notes
  2. Lora M. Key, Christopher M. Bradley
  3. pp. 336-339
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  1. News and Notes
  2. p. 340
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