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  1. Editor's Note
  2. David C. Turpie
  3. pp. 515-517
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  1. "A House-Party on an Old Frontier Ranch": How Arizona Became the Dude Ranch Capital of the World
  2. Lynn Downey
  3. pp. 519-549
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  1. Tucson and the New Deal: Citizenship, Ethnicity, and Relief in a Borderlands Community
  2. Margaret C. Rung, Sandra O'Donnell, Grace Mary Perez
  3. pp. 551-589
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  1. For Merit: Creating the Arizona Historical Society's Al Merito Award
  2. David C. Turpie
  3. pp. 591-606
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  1. Bountiful Deserts: Sustaining Indigenous Worlds in Northern New Spain by Cynthia Radding (review)
  2. David Yetman
  3. pp. 607-610
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  1. Borders of Violence and Justice: Mexicans, Mexican Americans, and Law Enforcement in the Southwest, 1835–1935 by Brian D. Behnken (review)
  2. Benjamin Linzy
  3. pp. 610-612
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  1. Lost Worlds of 1863: Relocation and Removal of American Indians in the Central Rockies and the Greater Southwest by W. Dirk Raat (review)
  2. Robert McMicken
  3. pp. 613-615
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  1. Picturing Sabino: A Photographic History of a Southwestern Canyon by David Wentworth Lazaroff (review)
  2. William Wyckoff
  3. pp. 615-617
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  1. After Populism: The Agrarian Left on the Northern Plains, 1900–1960 by William C. Pra (review)
  2. Thomas Alter
  3. pp. 618-620
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  1. The Accidental History of the U.S. Immigration Courts: War, Fear, and the Roots of Dysfunction by Alison Peck (review)
  2. Jennifer L. Cullison
  3. pp. 620-623
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  1. Abandoning Their Beloved Land: The Politics of Bracero Migration in Mexico by Alberto García (review)
  2. Carolina Ortega
  3. pp. 624-626
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  1. The 1864 Diary of Mrs. Sarah Jane Rousseau ed. by Janelle Molony (review)
  2. p. 627
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