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History of Women in the American West:

A Bibliography, 1999-2009


By


Jameson Sweet


TABLE OF CONTENTS

African-American Women 3

Agriculture, Homesteading, and Rural Life 4

Arts: Art, Photography, Textiles, etc. 6

Asian-American Women 9

Biography and Memoir 10

Business and Labor 19

Community and Urban Studies 22

Education 25

Environment, Nature, and Science 27

Ethnicity, Race, and Migration 29

Gender and General Women’s Studies 31

Historiography, Archives, and the Historian’s Craft 33

Latina History 34

Legal History and Crime 35

Literature and Film 38

Marriage, Domesticity, and Family Life 41

Military History 46

Native American Women 48

Politics, Suffrage, and Women’s Organizations 52

Religion 59

Sexuality and Prostitution 62


^ AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN

Brooks, Cecelia. "'Touch the Bottom and Lift': Black Women Home Extension Agents in Oklahoma, 1912-1935." Chronicles of Oklahoma 86 (2008): 88-108.

Broussard, Antoinette. "Nettie Craig Asberry: A Pillar of Tacoma's African American Community." Columbia: The Magazine of Northwest History 19 (2005): 3-6.

Cortez, Carlos O. “Crusaders for Social Justice: Black Female Educator-Activists in Social Welfare Reform in Los Angeles during the Golden Age of the Black Power Movement, 1966-1975.” PhD diss., University of Southern California, 2006.

Crawford, Audrey Y. "'To Protect, to Feed, and to Give Momentum to Every Effort': African American Clubwomen in Houston, 1880-1910." Houston Review of History & Culture 1 (2003): 15-23.

Dicks, Sam, editor. "Eliza Bradshaw: An Exoduster Grandmother." Kansas History 26 (2003): 106-111.

Freer, Regina. "L.A. Race Woman: Charlotta Bass and the Complexities of Black Political Development in Los Angeles." American Quarterly 56 (2004): 607-632.

Glasrud, Bruce A., and Merline Pitre, eds. Black Women in Texas History. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2008.

Guenther, Todd. "Lucretia Marchbanks: A Black Woman in the Black Hills." South Dakota History 31 (2001): 1-25.

Hudson, Lynn M. The Making of "Mammy Pleasant": A Black Entrepreneur in Nineteenth-Century San Francisco. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2003.

Johnson, Karen A. "Undaunted Courage and Faith: The Lives of Three Black Women in the West and Hawaii in the Early 19th Century." Journal of African American History 91 (2006): 4-22.

Katz, William Loren. Black Women of the Old West. New York: Simon Pulse, 2007.

Murdock, Rose M. "The Persistence of Black Women at the Williams Avenue YWCA." Journal of Women's History 15 (2003): 190-196.

Myers, Lois E. "'Like Water to the Body': Women and the African American Rural Church." Sound Historian 10 (2007): 26-38.

Reese, Linda W. "Cherokee Freedwomen in Indian Territory, 1863-1890." Western Historical Quarterly 33 (2002): 273-296.

Sadowski-Smith, Claudia. "The U.S.-Mexico Borderlands Write Back: Cross-Cultural Transnationalism in Contemporary U.S. Women of Color Fiction." Arizona Quarterly 57 (2001): 91-112.

Spencer, Robyn Ceanne. "Engendering the Black Freedom Struggle: Revolutionary Black Womanhood and the Black Panther Party in the Bay Area, California." Journal of Women's History 20 (2008): 90-113.

Taylor, Quintard, and Shirley Ann Wilson Moore. African American Women Confront the West, 1600-2000. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2003.

Wagner, Tricia Martineau. African American Women of the Old West. Guilford, CT: TwoDot, 2007.


^ AGRICULTURE, HOMESTEADING, AND RURAL LIFE

Balakier, James J. "Homesteading on the Rosebud: The Reminiscence of Mabelle Stewart Worsley." South Dakota History 35 (2005): 217-248.

Bamberg, Elma L. and Virgil W. Dean. "'Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread': A Harvest Memoir." Kansas History 23 (2000): 6-11.

Becker, Jack. "Mattie B. Morris Miller: Matriarch, Ranch Woman, and Benefactor." West Texas Historical Association Yearbook 80 (2004): 126-136.

Benton-Cohen, Katherine. "Common Purposes, Worlds Apart: Mexican-American, Mormon, and Midwestern Women Homesteaders in Cochise County, Arizona." Western Historical Quarterly 36 (2005): 428-452.

Bown, Stephen R., and Nicky L. Brink. "Mountain Woman." Beaver 87 (2007): 42-46.

Cannon, Brian Q. "The Best Years of Their Lives?: Wives and Mothers on Western Homesteads in the Postwar Years." Agricultural History 74 (2000): 451-464.

Carter, Sarah. Montana Women Homesteaders: A Field of One's Own. Helena, MT: Farcountry Press, 2009.

Cerow, Peggy A. “’To do much with Very Little’: New Mexico’s Farm Women and the Cooperative Extension Service, 1914-1929.” PhD diss., University of New Mexico, 2007.

Clayton, John. "Caroline Lockhart on the Dryhead: 'Happily-Ever-Aftering' on a Montana Cattle Ranch." Montana: The Magazine of Western History 56 (2006): 58-64.

—. The Cowboy Girl: The Life of Caroline Lockhart. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2007.

Devine, Jenny Barker. "'Quite a Ripple but No Revolution': The Changing Roles of Women in the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, 1921-1951." Annals of Iowa 64 (2005): 1-36.

Duarte, Gloria. "Gayle 'Western' Cunningham: From Local Cowgirl to Hollywood Movie Star." Journal of Big Bend Studies 19 (2007): 163-173.

Faber, Rebecca. "Rural Women and the Depression in the Novels of Dorothy Thomas." Heritage of the Great Plains 34 (2001): 32-40.

Flood, Elizabeth Clair and William Manns. Cowgirls: Women of the Wild West. Santa Fe: Zon International Pub., 2000.

Hart, Sue. "Gwendolen Haste: Giving Voice to the Homesteaders." Montana: The Magazine of Western History 57 (2007): 3-13, 91.

Hensley, Marcia Meredith. Staking Her Claim: Women Homesteading the West. Glendo, WY: High Plains Press, 2008.

Hogg, Charlotte. From the Garden Club: Rural Women Writing Community. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006.

Jensen, Joan M. Calling This Place Home: Women on the Wisconsin Frontier, 1850-1925. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2006.

—. "Out of Wisconsin: Country Daughters in the City, 1910-1925." Minnesota History 59 (2004): 48-61.

Laegreid, Renee M. "'Performers Prove Beauty & Rodeo Can Be Mixed': The Return of the Cowgirl Queen." Montana: The Magazine of Western History 54 (2004): 44-55.

—. Riding Pretty: Rodeo Royalty in the American West. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006.

—. “Riding Pretty: Rodeo Royalty in the American West, 1910-1956.” PhD diss., University of Nebraska, 2002.

—. "Rodeo Queens of the Pendleton Round-Up: The First Go-Round, 1910-1917." Oregon Historical Quarterly 104 (2003): 6-23.

LeCompte, Mary Lou. Cowgirls of the Rodeo: Pioneer Professional Athletes. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2000.

MacMahon, Sandra Varney. "Fine Hands for Sowing: The Homesteading Experiences of Remittance Woman Jessie de Prado MacMillan." New Mexico Historical Review 74 (1999): 271-294.

Melcher, Mary. "Times of Crisis and Joy: Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Mothering in Rural Arizona, 1910-1940." Journal of Arizona History 40 (1999): 181-200.

Mugnier, Andrea. "Ridin', Ropin', and Rodeoin': Champion Cowgirls of Professional Rodeo, 1930-1945." Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 44 (2001): 166-174.

Nye, Ellen M. "Jane Ivinson Hall: Meeting the Educational Needs of Rural Western Girls." Annals of Wyoming 79 (2007): 28-35.

Pleasant, Ray O., and Jon P. Neill. "Exoduster" Sally Board: An American Heritage: From Kentucky Slavery to a Kansas Homestead, 1805-1892. Chaska, MN: Ray O. Pleasant, 2004.

Radke, Andrea G. "Refining Rural Spaces: Women and Vernacular Gentility in the Great Plains, 1880-1920." Great Plains Quarterly 24 (2004): 227-248.

Riney-Kehrberg, Pamela. "Women in Wheat Country." Kansas History 23 (2000): 56-71.

Roblin, Kimberly. "For Love of a Game: Cowgirls of the 101 Ranch Real Wild West Show." Gilcrease Journal 16 (2008): 20-33.

Roth, Barbara J. "The Role of Gender in the Adoption of Agriculture in the Southern Southwest." Journal of Anthropological Research 62 (2006): 513-538.

Schweider, Dorothy and Deborah Fink. "U.S. Prairie and Plains Women in the 1920s: A Comparison of Women, Family, and Environment." Agricultural History 73 (1999): 183-200.

Steele, June M. "Mollie Abernathy: Rancher of The South Plains of West Texas, 1900-1919." West Texas Historical Association Yearbook 75 (1999): 102-109.

Young, Nancy. "The Reins in Their Hands: Ranchwomen and the Horse in Southern Alberta, 1880-1914." Alberta History 52 (2004): 2-8.

Zieman, Zelma. "'My Best Pal': The Story of a Girl and Her Horse." South Dakota History 37 (2007): 209-223.


^ ARTS: ART, PHOTOGRAPHY, TEXTILES, ETC.

Allen, Holly Carol. “Early Colorado Women Artists.” PhD diss., University of Colorado, 2007.

Barker, Evelyn. A Texas Journey: The Centennial Photographs of Polly Smith. Dallas: Dallas Historical Society, 2007.

Berry, Virginia G. Taming the Frontier: Art and Women in the Canadian West, 1880-1920. Calgary: Bayeux, 2005.

Braaten, Ann Wiley. "Hastings Needle Work: Women Creating, Women Providing." Minnesota History 60 (2006): 66-76.

Burke, Flannery. "An Artists' Home: Gender and the Santa Fe Culture Center Controversy." Journal of the Southwest 46 (2004): 351-379.

Chartier, JoAnn and Chris Enss. Gilded Girls: Women Entertainers of the Old West. Guilford, CT: TwoDot, 2003.

Cross, Mary Bywater. "The Anti-Polygamy Quilt by the Ogden Methodist Quilting Bee." Uncoverings 24 (2003): 17-48.

Davis, Daniel. "'Appreciating a Pretty Shoulder': The Risque Photographs of Charles Ellis Johnson." Utah Historical Quarterly 74 (2006): 131-146.

Denetdale, Jennifer Nez. "'One of the Queenliest Women in Dignity, Grace, and Character I Have Ever Met': Photography and Navajo Women - Portraits of Juanita, 1868-1902." New Mexico Historical Review 79 (2004): 289-318.

Enss, Chris. Buffalo Gals: Women of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Guilford, CT: TwoDot, 2006.

Foerstner, Abigail. Picturing Utopia: Bertha Shambaugh and the Amana Photographers. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2000.

Fox, Sandi. Going West!: Quilts and Community. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian American Art Museum, 2007.

Garceau-Hagen, Dee. Portraits of Women in the American West. New York: Routledge, 2005.

Glauber, Carole. "Eyes of the Earth: Lily White, Sarah Ladd, and the Oregon Camera Club." Oregon Historical Quarterly 108 (2007): 34-67.

Goodwin, Joanne L. "Mojave Mirages: Gender and Performance in Las Vegas." Women's History Review 11 (2002): 115-132.

Hager, Kristi. Evelyn Cameron: Montana's Frontier Photographer. Helena, MT: Farcountry Press, 2007.

Hall-Patton, Colleen. "Quilting in Nevada 1940-1970: The Nevada Heritage Quilt Project." Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 49 (2006): 322-340.

Hanson, Marin F. "The Eva Wight Crazy Quilt: A Window Into Late-Nineteenth-Century Quiltmaking in Central Kansas." Kansas History 26 (2003): 78-89.

Jensen, Kirsten. "'It Was Just a Job': Making the Prosaic Symbolic in Russell Lee's 1940 Photographs of Arizona Migrant Camp and Cooperative Farm Women." Journal of Arizona History 44 (2003): 25-44.

Jorgenson, Avis E., editor. "Summer of Innocence: The Desert Rovers All-Girl Orchestra Barnstorms Arizona, 1930: The Recollections of Ardis Larsen Clark." Journal of Arizona History 44 (2003): 265-310.

Kennedy, Sharon L. "Nebraska Women Artists, 1880-1950." Nebraska History 88 (2007): 62-95.

Loscher, Tricia. "Kate Thomson Cory: Artist in Hopiland." Journal of Arizona History 43 (2002): 1-40.

MacAuley, Suzanne P. "Stitches of Myth and Memory: Pictorial Narrative Embroideriess of San Luis, Colorado." Ars Textrina, 1999: 201-222.

Montgomery, Marian Ann J., and A. Charlene Orr. "Quilted Jems by the Jewels of the Lawrence Family." Uncoverings 26 (2005): 35-63.

Murphy, Mary. "Montana Quilts and Quiltmakers: A History of Work and Beauty." Montana the Magazine of Western History 58 (2008): 23-47.

—. "Picture/Story: Representing Gender in Montana Farm Security Administration Photographs." Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 22 (2001): 93-115.

Neihardt, Hilda Martinsen. The Broidered Garment: The Love Story of Mona Martinsen and John G. Neihardt. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006.

Plett, Lynette Sarah. "Refashioning 'Kleine Gemeinde' Women's Dresses in Kansas and Manitoba: A Textual Crazy Quilt." Journal of Mennonite Studies 26 (2008): 111-131.

Ressler, Susan R. Women Artists of the American West. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 2003.

Sanchez, Marisa C. Two Women Look West: Photographs of King Ranch by Helen C. Kleberg and Toni Frissell. Houston: Museum of Fine Arts, 2006.

Smucker, Janneken L. "Pieced in the Plains: Kansas Amish Quilts and Cultural Adaptation." Great Plains Quarterly 24 (2004): 3-15.

Taylor, MaryRoss. "Changing Lives and Making Policy: The Houston Women's Caucus for Art 1978-1988." Houston Review of History & Culture 1 (2003): 25-36.

Tsutsui, William M. and Marjorie Swann. "'Light the Beauty Around You': The Art Collection of the Kansas Federation Women's Clubs." Kansas History 26 (2003-2004): 252-263.

Williams, Carol L. Framing the West: Race, Gender, and the Photographic Frontier in the Pacific Northwest. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2003.


^ ASIAN-AMERICAN WOMEN

Barde, Robert. "An Alleged Wife: One Immigrant in the Chinese Exclusion Era." Prologue 36 (2004): 24-35.

Fujisaka, Kyoko Kakehashi. “Japanese Immigrant Women in Los Angeles, 1912-1942: A Transnational Perspective.” PhD diss., University of Wisconsin, 2005.

Fujita-Rony, Thomas Y. "Remaking the 'Home Front' in World War II: Japanese American Women's Work and the Colorado River Relocation Center." Southern California Quarterly 88 (2006): 161-204.

Gardner, Martha Mabie. "Working on White Womanhood: White Working Women in the San Francisco Anti-Chinese Movement, 1877-1890." Journal of Social History 33 (1999): 73-95.

Gayne, Mary K. "Japanese Americans at the Portland YWCA." Journal of Women's History 15 (2003): 197-203.

Hara, Eriko. "The Politics of Re-Narrating History as Gendered War: Asian American Women's Theater." Journal of American & Canadian Studies, 2000: 37-49.

Ito, Leslie A. "Japanese American Women and the Student Relocation Movement, 1942-1945." Frontiers 21 (2000): 1-24.

Iwatsuki, Shizue, and Linda Tamura, introd. "The Making of an American." Oregon Historical Quarterly 103 (2002): 510-529

James, Louise. "From Gunnison, Utah, to Kagoshima, Japan: The Story of Mary Kimura Tokonami." Utah Historical Quarterly 73 (2005): 175-184.

Kawaguchi, Fuki Endow, and Sanae Kawaguchi Moorehead, ed., trans. "On the Brink of Evacuation: The Diary of an Issei Woman, by Fuki Endow Kawaguchi." Prospects 28 (2003): 359-382.

McCunn, Ruthanne Lum. "Reclaiming Polly Bemis: China's Daughter, Idaho's Legendary Pioneer." Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 24 (2003): 76-100.

Nomura, Gail M. "'Peace Empowers': The Testimony of Aki Kurose, A Woman of Color in the Pacific Northwest." Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 22 (2001): 75-92.

—. "Tsugiki, A Grafting: The Life and Poetry of a Japanese Pioneer Woman in Washington." Columbia: The Magazine of Northwest History 19 (2005): 29-39.

Tzu-Chun Wu, Judy. Doctor Mom Chung of the Fair-Headed Bastards: The Life of a Wartime Celebrity. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005.

Vo, Linda Trinh, Marian Sciachitano, Susan Armitage, Patricia Hart, and Karen Weathermon. Asian American Women: The Frontiers Reader. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2004.

Wei, William. "Sex, Race, and the Fate of Three Nisei Sisters." Colorado Heritage, 2007: 3-17.

Woon, Yuen-fong. "Between South China and British Columbia: Life Trajectories of Chinese Women." BC Studies, 2007-2008: 83-107.

Yabuki Shimabukuro, Carolyn. "Asian American Baptist Women in Ministry From the Inside Out." American Baptist Quarterly 21 (2002): 361-377.

Yung, Judy. Unbound Voices: A Documentary History of Chinese Women in San Francisco. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999..


^ BIOGRAPHY AND MEMOIR

Abajian, Kathryn J. "Ella Smyth Peacock: Seeking Her Place in the West." Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 32 (1999): 52-68.

Allis, Charlotte, and Tamara Linse, ed. "A Woman Alone: The 1854 Overland Trail Diary of Charlotte Allis." Overland Journal 22 (2004-2005): 136-159.

Apodaca, M. Linda. "There is Nothing as Gentle as Strength, and Nothing as Strong as Gentleness: The Life and Times of Felicitas Cordova Apodaca, 1912-1997." Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 20 (1999): 45-57.

Apostol, Jane. "From Salon to Soap-Box: Kate Crane Gartz, Parlor Provocateur." Southern California Quarterly 89 (2007-2008): 373-390.

—. "Louise Ward Watkins: Bibliophile, Patriot, and Politician." Southern California Quarterly 88 (2006-2007): 409-429.

Arksey, Laura. "Dutiful Daughter to Independent Woman: The Diaries of Reba Hurn, 1907-1908." Pacific Northwest Quarterly 95 (2004): 182-193.

Armitage, Katie H. "'This Far Off Land': The Overland Diary, June-October, 1867, and California Diary, January-March, 1868, of Elizabeth 'Bettie' Duncan." Overland Journal 17 (1999): 12-25.

Armitage, Shelley. "Shared and Shifting Land(scapes): Making Memoir and Personal Ecology in the Pajarito Journals of Peggy Pond Church." Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 27 (2006): 111-139.

—, ed. Bones Incandescent: The Pajarito Journals of Peggy Pond Church. Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 2001.

Armitage, Susan. "Western Women's Biographies." Western American Literature 41 (2006): 66-72.

Baker, Lea Flowers. "Elizabeth Fulton Wright: A Capital Woman." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 65 (2006): 138-162.

Baker, Terri M., and Connie Oliver Henshaw, eds. Women Who Pioneered Oklahoma: Stories from the WPA Narratives. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2007.

Bangs, Jeremy Dupertuis, trans. Swiss Sisters Separated: Pioneer Life in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Washington 1889-1914 from the Letters of Louise Guillermin Dupertuis to Her Sister Elise Guillermin, the Painter. Rockport, ME: Picton Press, 2003.

Bell, Margaret and Mary Clearman Blew. When Montana and I were Young: A Frontier Childhood. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002.

Berbineau, Lorenza Stevens, and Karen L. Kilcup, ed. From Beacon Hill to the Crystal Palace: The 1851 Travel Diary of a Working-Class Woman. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2002.

Biddle, Ellen McGowan. Reminiscences of a Soldier's Wife. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2002.

Blew, Mary Clearman, ed. "'When Montana and I Were Young': Margaret Bell's Memoir of a Northern Montana Childhood." Montana: The Magazine of Western History 51 (2001): 2-19.

Border, Barrett Kent, and Dan Gentry Kent. "The Quiet Revolutionary: Amelia Morton Bishop." Baptist History & Heritage 41 (2006): 91-101.

Bragg, Lynn E. "Maud Lillie Bolin: Yakama Cowgirl Aviator." Columbia: The Magazine of Northwest History 18 (2004-2005): 29-32.

Browne, Sheri Bartlett. Eva Emery Dye: Romance with the West. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2004.

—. “Romance with the West: A Biography of Eva Emery Dye.” PhD diss., University of Minnesota, 2002.

Bush, Laura L. “Faithful Transgressions in the American West: Five Twentieth Century Mormon Women’s Autobiographical Acts.” PhD diss., Arizona State University, 2000.

Bush, Laura L. Faithful Transgressions in the American West: Six Twentieth-Century Mormon Women's Autobiographical Acts. Logan: Utah State University Press, 2004.

Cameron, Dee Birch. "The Foster Women." Password 52 (2007): 190-197.

Campbell, Fran. "Letters to Tiza: Helen Stewart Tells of Early Las Vegas." Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 49 (2006): 308-321.

Carmack, Effie Marquess, Noel A. Carmack and Karen Lynn Davidson. Out of the Black Patch: The Autobiography of Effie Marquess Carmack, Folk Musician, Artist, and Writer. Logan: Utah State University Press, 1999.

Castellan, James W. and Norman H. Clark, editors. "The Memoir of Eleanor Castellan: The Years in the Pacific Northwest, 1910-1919." Pacific Northwest Quarterly 91 (1999-2000): 3-24.

Chamberlain, Kathleen P. "In the Shadow of Billy the Kid: Susan McSween and the Lincoln County War." Montana: The Magazine of Western History 55 (2005): 36-53.

Coburn, Catherine Amanda Scott. "When the Pioneers Started Building Oregon: An 1852 Emigrant Recalls the Roles of Women." Overland Journal 17 (1999): 26-29.

Coburn, Catherine Amanda Scott, Jane Scott Duniway, and editor William R. Lindley. "Some Exceptional Stories of Pioneer Times." Overland Journal 17 (1999): 2-5.

Collier, Ida Mae Thomas, and Mary Alice Cook, ed. "Great-Aunt Ida Mae Remembers the Old Days." East Texas Historical Journal 41 (2003): 51-54.

Coryell, Janet L., and Robert C. Myers. Adeline & Julia: Growing Up in Michigan and on the Kansas Frontier: Diaries from 19th Century America. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2000.

Courtwright, Julie. ""A Goblin That Drives Her Insane": Sara Robinson and the History Wars of Kansas, 1894-1911." Kansas History 25 (2002): 102-123.

Cummins, Light Townsend. Emily Austin of Texas, 1795-1851. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, 2009.

—. "'Her Weary Pilgrimage': The Remarkable Mississippi River Adventures of Anne McMeans, 1778-1782." Louisiana History 47 (2006): 389-415.

Daughters, John. "Ellen Powell Dabney." Columbia 22 (2008): NEED PAGES.

David, Elsie, and Katrine Barber, interviewer. "Elsie David." Oregon Historical Quarterly 108 (2007): 649-654.

Davis, Carolyn O'Bagy. "Fannie and the Busy Bees." Uncoverings 23 (2002): 101-130.

"Doctor Melvia Fairetta Avery." Wind River Mountaineer 17 (2003): 20-21.

Duarte, Gloria. "The Education of Eva Camunez Tucker: 'El Querer es Poder'." West Texas Historical Association Yearbook 79 (2003): 106-118.

Duncan, Caroline. "'This Will Find Me': The Life of Grace McTavish Dodd (1828-1881)." British Columbia History 41 (2008): 15-19.

Eason, Susan. "Lidia Kinga Perzynska: 1949-2004." Catholic Southwest 15 (2004): 9-12.

Elder, III, Donald C., ed. Love Amid the Turmoil: The Civil War Letters of William and Mary Vermilion. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2003.

Ellen, Jerry. "'Libby' Solitaire of Central." Humboldt Historian 27 (2008): 39-66.

Fischer-West, Lucy. Child of Many Rivers: Journeys to and from the Rio Grande. Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 2005.

Fitzgerald, Stephanie. "Intimate Geographies: Reclaiming Citizenship and Community in 'The Autobiography of Delfina Cuero' and Bonita Nunez's 'Diaries'." American Indian Cuture & Research Journal 30 (2006): 109-129.

"Frances Burke in Utah." Journal of Presbyterian History 80 (2002): 255-258.

Fugate, Tally D. "'Any Woman That Could Ride a Horse Could Fly': Dorothy K. Pressler Morgan, 1930s Oklahoma Aviatrix." Chronicles of Oklahoma 84 (2006): 22-43.

Gerrard, Lisa. "Berkeley, 1969: A Memoir." Women's Studies Quarterly 30 (2002): 60-72.

Grace, Fran. Carry A. Nation: Retelling the Life. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001.

Guenther, Todd, Erin Hammer and Fred Chaney. "The Women Who Carried the Star of Empire Westward: Eliza Spalding & Narcissa Whitman Catalyzed the Great Migration & Launched the American Future." Overland Journal 20 (2002-2003): 130-151.

Halaas, David F. "A Diary of Drama on the Santa Fe Trail: Susan Shelby Magoffin, 1827-1855." Colorado History Now, 2000.

Haladay, Jane. "'It Just Seemed to Call Me': Debra Magpie Earling's Self-Telling in 'Perma Red'." American Indian Culture & Research Journal 30 (2006): 53-65.

Hatch, Charles M., and Todd Compton, eds. A Widow's Tale: 1884-1896 Diary of Helen Mar Kimball Whitney. Logan: Utah State University Press, 2003.

"Hattie Ferron, The First Jewish Girl Born, Educated and Married in Tucson, Arizona 1879-1967." Western States Jewish History 35 (2003): 45-47.

Hebard, Grace Raymond, and editor Rick Ewig. "Journal of a Trip in Wyoming Following and Marking Trails." Annals of Wyoming 72 (2000): 10-17.

Holmes, Kenneth L. Best of Covered Wagon Women. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2008.

Holmes, Kenneth L. Covered Wagon Women: Diaries and Letters From the Western Trails. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2000.

Hoyle, Gwyneth. Flowers in the Snow. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2005.

Jacobs, Sue-Ellen, Josephine Binford, M. Ellien Carroll, Henrietta M. Smith, and Tilar Mazzeo. My Life in San Juan Pueblo: Stories of Esther Martinez. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2004.

Jan, Flora Belle, edited by Fleur Yano and Saralyn Daly. Unbound Spirit: Letters of Flora Belle Jan. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2009.

Jeansonne, Glen. "The Lone Dissenting Voice." American History 34 (1999): 46-50, 52, 54.

Jones, H. G. "Ada Blackjack and the Wrangel Island Tragedy, 1921-1923." Terrae Incognitae 31 (1999): 91-102.

Jones, Jo Fraser. Hobnobbing with a Countess and Other Okanagan Adventures: the Diaries of Alice Barrett Park, 1891-1900. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2001.

Jones, Judy Yaeger. "Some Private Advice on Publishers: Correspondence Between Laura C. Redden and Samuel L. Clemens." Missouri Historical Review 93 (1999): 386-396.

Joy, Betty E. Hammer. Angela Hutchinson Hammer: Arizona's Pioneer Newspaperwoman. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2005.

Karsh, Audrey R. "Hannah Solomon Jacobs, Victoria Jacobs, Hannah Mannasse and Celita Mannasse of Old San Diego." Western States Jewish History 35 (2003): 5-12.

Kaszuba, David. ""Auntie Gopher": Lorena Hickok Tackles College Football." Minnesota History 60 (2006): 100-112.

Kelm, Mary-Ellen. The Letters of Margaret Butcher: Missionary Imperialism on the North Pacific Coast. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2005.

Kessell, John L. "Eleanor Burnham Adams: Woman of Letters (1910-1996)." New Mexico Historical Review 75 (2000): 304-319.

Ketchum, Liza. Into a New Country: Eight Remarkable Women of the West. Boston: Little, Brown, 2000.

Kramer, William M. and Norton B. Stern. "Anna Meyers: Modern Fundraising Pioneer in the West 1866-1927." Western States Jewish History 35 (2003): 189-200.

Kramer, William M., and Norton B. Stern. "Hattie Hecht Sloss: Cultural Leader/Jewish Activist of San Francisco 1874-1963." Western States Jewish History 35 (2003): 175-183.

Leckie, Shirley A. Angie Debo: Pioneering Historian. Norman: Red River Books, University of Oklahoma Press, 2002.

Levy, Jo Ann. "Two Remarkable California Pioneers: Eliza Farnham and Georgiana Bruce Kirby." California Territorial Quarterly, 2003: 24-32.

Lewis, Preston. "The Wasp Who Fell From the Sky." West Texas Historical Association Yearbook 81 (2005): 168-177.

Litwin, Patricia. “’How Could a Woman…Not Even Five Feet Tall, Change the World?’: Rose Chernin and the Los Angeles Committee for the Protection of the Foreign-Born.” PhD diss., Sarah Lawrence College, 2007.

Litz, Joyce. The Montana Frontier: One Woman's West. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2004.

Lock, William D. ""As Independent as We Wished": Elizabeth Scott and Alice Fish of Blaine County, Nebraska." Nebraska History 82 (2001): 138-151.

Lyman, Edward Leo, Susan Ward Payne, and S. George Ellsworth. No Place to Call Home: The 1807-1857 Life Writings of Caroline Barnes Crosby, Chronicler of Outlying Mormon Communities. Logan: Utah State University Press, 2005.

Lyon, Mary Lou. "Juana Briones de Miranda: The First Woman Settler of San Francisco." California Territorial Quarterly 73 (2008): 4-14.

Marquardt, H. Michael. "Emily Dow Partridge Smith Young on the Witness Stand: Recollections of a Plural Wife." Journal of Mormon History 35 (2008): 110-141.

Massmann, Ann M. "Adelina 'Nina' Otero-Warren: A Spanish-American Cultural Broker." Journal of the Southwest 42 (2000): 877-896.

Mayer, Melanie J. "The Mystery of Esther Lyons, the 'Klondike Girl'." Pacific Northwest Quarterly 94 (2003): 115-129.

McDonnell, Jeanne Farr. Juana Briones of Nineteenth-Century California. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2008.

McGinn, Elinor. "A Wide-Awake Woman: Josephine Roche in the Age of Reform." Colorado History, 2002: 1-194.

McLaird, James D. Calamity Jane: The Woman and the Legend. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2005.

McMillan, Nora E. Rios. "Ana Maria Del Carmen Calvillo: How and Independent Spirit Emerged." Journal of South Texas 13 (2000): 174-192.

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Mifflin, Margot. The Blue Tattoo: The Life of Olive Oatman. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2009.

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