1. Introduction: What's Arizona Got to Do with It?
  2. Katherine G. Morrissey
  3. pp. 341-345
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  1. From Pima Villages to the Walker Mines: Anglos, Hispanos, and Natives in the Making of Civil War Arizona
  2. Megan Kate Nelson
  3. pp. 347-373
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  1. The Sediments of History: Placing Arizona in the Columbian Exchange
  2. Thomas D. Finger
  3. pp. 375-393
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  1. The Twining Paths of Mormons and "Lamanites": From Arizona to Latin America
  2. Daniel Herman
  3. pp. 395-428
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  1. Engendering the Long Nineteenth Century and Mapping Gender onto Arizona History
  2. Katherine Sarah Massoth
  3. pp. 429-457
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  1. Beyond Border Spectacle: Oral History and Everyday Meaning in Chinese Mexican Tucson
  2. Priscilla M. Martínez, Grace Peña Delgado
  3. pp. 459-486
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  1. Yava-Who?: Yavapai History and (Mis)Representation in Arizona's Indigenous Landscape
  2. Maurice Crandall
  3. pp. 487-510
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  1. On the Borders: Towns, Mobility, and Public Health in Mojave History
  2. Juliet Larkin-Gilmore
  3. pp. 511-534
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  1. Change and Continuity in the Time of the Blob: Growth Politics in Postwar Arizona History
  2. Andrew Needham
  3. pp. 535-567
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  1. Barry and Beyond: Conservatism in Arizona before, during, and after Its Most Famous Representative
  2. Geraldo L. Cadava
  3. pp. 569-588
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  1. From Senior Citizen to Sun Citian: Aging and Race in Neoliberal Retirement
  2. Flannery Burke
  3. pp. 589-613
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  1. Critical Indigenous Studies: A Lifetime of Theory and Practice
  2. Jennifer Nez Denetdale
  3. pp. 615-637
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  1. Navigating the Border: The Struggle for Indigenous Sovereignty in the A rizona-Sonora Borderlands
  2. Eric V. Meeks
  3. pp. 639-666
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  1. Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way? Arizona History and the Nation
  2. Katherine Benton-Cohen
  3. pp. 667-692
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  1. The Intimate Frontier: Friendship and Civil Society in Northern New Spain by Ignacio Martínez (review)
  2. Janet Moore Lindman
  3. pp. 693-695
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  1. Polygamy: An Early American History by Sarah M.S. Pearsall (review)
  2. Sarah Carter
  3. pp. 695-698
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  1. Reconstruction and Mormon America ed. by Clyde A. Milner II and Brian Q. Cannon (review)
  2. Stacey L. Smith
  3. pp. 698-700
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  1. American Lucifers: The Dark History of Artificial Light, 1750–1865 by Jeremy Zallen (review)
  2. Brian C. Black
  3. pp. 700-702
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  1. From San Francisco Eastward: Victorian Theater in the American West by Carolyn Grattan Eichin (review)
  2. Maria Szasz
  3. pp. 703-705
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  1. Animal City: The Domestication of America by Andrew A. Robichaud (review)
  2. Ann Norton Greene
  3. pp. 705-708
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  1. The Cigarette: A Political History by Sarah Milov (review)
  2. Bart Elmore
  3. pp. 708-710
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  1. The Estrada Plot: How the FBI Captured a Secret Army and Stopped the Invasion of Mexico by Bill Mills (review)
  2. Julian F. Dodson
  3. pp. 711-713
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  1. Choosing to Care: A Century of Childcare and Social Reform in San Diego, 1850–1950 by Kyle E. Ciani (review)
  2. Sonya Michel
  3. pp. 713-716
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  1. Charros: How Mexican Cowboys Are Remapping Race and American Identity by Laura R. Barraclough (review)
  2. Jorge Iber
  3. pp. 716-718
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  1. Persistent Callings: Seasons of Work and Identity on the Oregon Coast by Joseph E. Taylor III (review)
  2. Jeffrey Charles
  3. pp. 719-721
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  1. Saving Grand Canyon: Dams, Deals, and a Noble Myth by Byron E. Pearson (review)
  2. Peter J. Blodgett
  3. pp. 721-724
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  1. After Reagan: Bush, Dukakis, and the 1988 Election by John J. Pitney Jr. (review)
  2. Donald A. Zinman
  3. pp. 724-726
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  1. In the Shadows of the Freeway: Growing Up Brown and Queer by Lydia R. Otero (review)
  2. W. James Burns
  3. pp. 726-729
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  1. Reel Latinxs: Representation in U.S. Film and TV by Frederick Luis Aldama and Christopher González (review)
  2. Manuel G. Avilés-Santiago
  3. pp. 729-731
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  1. Gangs of the El Paso–Juarez Borderland: A History by Mike Tapia (review)
  2. Eduardo Obregón Pagán
  3. pp. 731-733
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  1. Book Note
  2. Christopher M. Bradley
  3. p. 734
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