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This issue contains 49 articles in total

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  1. The Lives of Midwestern Rivers
  2. “Depend on Interior Journeys Taken Anywhere”: Space, Place, and John Berryman’s Minneapolis
  3. Re-Working the Iowa Writers’ Workshop
  4. From West to Midwest: Regional Identity and the Civil War
  5. Prairie Fires: The American Dreams of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Caroline Fraser (review)
  6. The Midwestern Moment: The Forgotten World of Early-Twentieth-Century Midwestern Regionalism, 1880–1940 ed. by Jon K. Lauck (review)
  7. Oliver P. Morton and the Politics of Civil War and Reconstruction by James Fuller (review)
  8. A Nice Place to Visit: Tourism and Urban Revitalization in the Postwar Rustbelt by Aaron Cowan (review)
  9. Hillbilly Hellraisers: Federal Power and Populist Defiance in the Ozarks by J. Blake Perkins (review)
  10. Hoover: An Extraordinary Life in Extraordinary Times by Kenneth Whyte (review)
  11. Wisconsin Agriculture: A History by Jerry Apps (review)
  12. The Election of 1860: “A Campaign Fraught with Consequences” by Michael F. Holt (review)
  13. George Szell’s Reign by Marcia Hansen Kraus (review)
  14. On a Clear Night: Essays from the Heartland by Marnie O. Mamminga (review)
  15. Homesteading the Plains: Toward a New History ed. by Richard Edwards, Jacob K. Friefeld, and Rebecca S. Wingo (review)
  16. We Could’ve Been Happy Here by Keith Lesmeister (review)
  17. Glory Days by Melissa Fraterrigo (review)
  18. The Suburban Church: Modernism and Community in Postwar America by Gretchen Buggeln (review)
  19. The Nature of Childhood: An Environmental History of Growing Up in America since 1865 by Pamela Riney-Kehrberg (review)
  20. Frontier Manhattan: Yankee Settlement to Kansas Town, 1854– 1894 by Kevin G. W. Olson (review)
  21. History of Nebraska by Ronald C. Naugle, John J. Montag, and James C. Olson (review)
  22. Bleeding Kansas, Bleeding Missouri: The Long Civil War on the Border ed. by Jonathan Earle and Diane Mutti Burke (review)
  23. Waiting on the Sky: More Flyover People Essays by Cheryl Unruh, and: Flyover People: Life on the Ground in a Rectangular State by Cheryl Unruh (review)
  24. Union Heartland: The Midwestern Home Front During the Civil War ed. by Ginette Aley and J. L. Anderson (review)
  25. Richard John Neuhaus: A Life in the Public Square by Randy Boyagoda (review)
  26. Stassen Again by Steve Werle (review)
  27. This Place, These People: Life and Shadow on the Great Plains by Nancy Warner and David Stark (review)
  28. Hearts Beating for Liberty: Women Abolitionists in the Old Northwest by Stacey M. Robertson (review)
  29. Waiting for Buddy Guy: Chicago Blues at the Crossroads by Alan Harper (review)
  30. The University of Chicago: A History by John W. Boyer (review)
  31. The Life and Death of Gus Reed: A Story of Race and Justice in Illinois during the Civil War and Reconstruction by Thomas Bahde (review)
  32. Making an Antislavery Nation: Lincoln, Douglas and the Battle over Freedom by Graham A. Peck (review)
  33. Telling Stories in This “Our Great American Experiment”
  34. “Building an Empire State”: From Skyscraper Modernity to the American Midwest
  35. The Use of Quilt Imagery in Fargo’s Advertising: Embracing and Subverting a Midwestern Cultural Symbol
  36. Fargo North: Calgary’s Turn toward Postnational Regionality in FX’s Fargo
  37. Pregnancy Is Not the Point: Fargo’s Marge, Fargo Season One’s Molly, and Midwestern Feminisms
  38. Salesman of the Year: The Confidence Artist in Sinclair Lewis and Season One of Fargo
  39. “People of This World Are Less Inclined to Shoot a Hostess”: The Moral Authority of Fargo’s Midwestern Girlhood
  40. Visual Language and Evoking Emotion in the Midwest: The Employment of the Split-Screen in Season Two of Fargo
  41. Introduction
  42. Mapping the History of America’s Heartland
  43. When the Metadata Doesn’t Help: Constructing Frameworks for an Ambiguous Region
  44. Neighbors: A Foundation of Civic Order in the Rural Midwest
  45. Thoughts on a Critical Regional History of the Midwest: Examining the Legacies of the Dream of a White Yeoman’s Republic
  46. Legacy of Dissent: The Civil War’s Contested Meaning in the Midwest
  47. Expanding Our Confines: State History Journals and Midwestern History
  48. “A People of Persistence”: The Evolving Historiography of Indigenous Midwests
  49. Midwestern History: Today and Tomorrow
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