In this Issue
- Volume 61, Numbers 3&4, Autumn/Winter 2020
- EXPLORING ARIZONA’S DIVERSE PAST
- Katherine G. Morrissey, guest editor
The Journal of Arizona History is the quarterly, peer-reviewed journal of record for Arizona history. It publishes original research articles on the history and culture of Arizona and the surrounding region (the U.S. Southwest and the US-Mexico borderlands region). Each issue also features a robust book-review section featuring 15-20 book reviews of important scholarly texts. Although mostly focused on one state, the Journal of Arizona History seeks to be historigraphically relevant to scholars of western and borderlands history.
published byArizona Historical Society
viewing issueVolume 61, Numbers 3&4, Autumn/Winter 2020
Table of Contents
- Introduction: What's Arizona Got to Do with It?
- pp. 341-345
- Book Note
- p. 734
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