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  1. An Interview with David Roediger
  2. I'm Your Boy: Dan Fogelberg and Peoria, Illinois
  3. Revisiting a Debut at a Career's End: David Mamet's Lakeboat (1970/1980)
  4. Ruin, Revival, and Something in Between: Memoirs of the Rust Belt
  5. They Have All Gone Away: Farms, Families, and Change
  6. The Land Remains: A Midwestern Perspective On Our Past and Future by Neil D. Hamilton (review)
  7. Black Snake: Standing Rock, the Dakota Access Pipeline, and Environmental Justice by Katherine Wiltenburg Todrys (review)
  8. Spoon River America: Edgar Lee Masters and the Myth of the American Small Town by Jason Stacy (review)
  9. The Names of John Gergen: Immigrant Identities in Early Twentieth-Century St. Louis by Benjamin Moore (review)
  10. A Geography of the Hutterites in North America by Simon M. Evans (review)
  11. A History of Hate in Ohio: Then and Now by Michael E. Brooks and Bob Fitrakis (review)
  12. Angel De Cora, Karen Thronson, and the Art of Place: How Two Midwestern Women Used Art to Negotiate Migration and Dispossession by Elizabeth Sutton (review)
  13. The Heartland: An American History by Kristin L. Hoganson (review)
  14. Crafting an Indigenous Nation: Kiowa Expressive Culture in the Progressive Era by Jenny Tone-Pah-Hote (review)
  15. Reframing History: A Response
  16. Surveying the Ongoing History Crisis: Quantitative and Qualitative Evidence from Across the Midwest
  17. U.S. History as Part of a Core Curriculum
  18. Whitewashing the Heartland
  19. Settler Colonialism and Imagining the Nation's Center as its Right
  20. Imagining Supremacy
  21. Recognizing the Authentic, Documented Middle West
  22. Wrong Ideas About Wrong Ideas
  23. Does "White" Equal "White Supremacy"?
  24. No, the Heartland Isn't a Race, and the Social Sciences Are a Mess
  25. What to the "Other" Is the Midwest?
  26. Whose Midwest?
  27. Agrarian Mythologies
  28. Inventing a Heartland
  29. "For Women Only!": A Radical Message of the Black Middle Class in Kansas City
  30. Sustenance, Social Bonds, and Politics: A Food History of the South Dakota Suffrage Movement
  31. Female Hucksters and Produce Markets in the Great Lakes Region, 1830sā€“1890s
  32. "The Light of Science and Religion": Women's Education, the Language of Conquest, and Emerging Midwestern Identities on the Illinois Frontier, 1830ā€“1850
  33. Monuments to Midwestern Pioneer Mothers and Native Women
  34. Introduction
  35. Introduction: The Shredding of Midwestern Newspapers
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