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Journals 2017-2021
Older Copies are available on JStore and Project Muse. We do have some older copiers available in print, but not all of them. Contact Publications for available copies. 520-617-1163 or publications@azhs.gov
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JAH Spring 2017 - item $10.00  

The Rim Country War Reconsidered: Honor, Rustling, Vigilantism, and How History Got Remembered

DANIEL J. HERMAN

Arizona's Rose: Margaret Hunt McCormick and Pioneer Womenhood

JUTI A. WINCHESTER

Naming Arizona's San Pedro River

DENI J. SEYMOUR AND RON STEWART




JAH Summer 2017 - item $10.00  

Fort Buchamam and the Origins of Arizona Territory

JOHN H. FAHEY, M.D.

Army Life in a Small Place: Revisiting Camp John A. Rucker, 1878-1880

LONNIE D. UNDERHILL

"Men Wanted: Invalids Need Not Apply"- The Early Years of U.S. Forest Service (USFS) Rangers in Arizona

SUSAN DAVER OLBERDING

Handsome Heroes and Treacherous Villians: The Filming of Zane Grey's Wild Horse Mesa

JAMES E. BABBITT




JAH Autumn 2017 - item $10.00  

Flagstaff Pioneer John Elden: Murder and Mystery - Myth and History

JOHN S. WESTERLUND

Goddesses of the Sun: Tucson's Hacienda del Sol School for Girls

IAN CAMPBELL-WILSON

Two Captains and Two Defeats: Apache adn Spaniards Battle at the Southern Arizona Presidio of Santa Cruz de Terrenate, 1776-1778

MARK SANTIAGO

"All Honor the President": Stereo Views of William McKinley's 1901 Visit to Arizona

JEREMY ROWE




JAH Winter 2017 - item $10.00  

Seeing Arizona, Imagining Mars: Desert, Canals, Global Climate Change, and the American West

MICHAEL A. AMUNDSON

Engineering Arizona's Future: James Bell Girand's Vision of Roads, Damns, and the Central Arizona Project

MICHAEL GIRAND

Re-creating the Mezona: An Architectural Enigma

CATHERINE H. ELLIS




JAH Spring 2018 - item $10.00  

The Chee Kung Tong: A Chinese Secret Society in Tucson, 1880-1940

CHUIMEI HO AND BENNET BRONSON

Incident at Altar: The Ransomng of Leopoldo Carrillo, August 1875

MIKE SPEELMAN

"Owned and Operated by a Women": Mary Costigan and Flagstaff's First Public Radio Station

JANOLYN G. LO VECCHIO




JAH Summer 2018 - item $10.00  

Implementing the 1917 Immigration Act: How One Chinese Immigrant Slipped Through the Cracks of the U.S. Immigration Bureaucracy

SUEY WONG

Gilbert Jimรจnex Recalls His Tucson Childhood During the Great Depression

GAYLE HARRISON HARTMANN

Fatherhood in Rural Maricopa County: One Diarists' Accounts of Her Husband and Children in the Early Twentieth Century

SIMONE RUSSELL




JAH Autumn 2018 - item $10.00  

Keeping the Wartime Labor Peace: Copper, Workplace Discriminations, and the Warfare State in the Globe-Miami Mining District, 1941-1945

JAY SPEHAR

Project Aquarius: Atomic Energy and Arizona's Search for Useable Water, 1964-1970

DOUGLAS C. TOWNE

Equal Age for Age: The Growth, Death, and Rebirth of an Arizona Wine Industry 1700-2000

ERIC BERG




JAH Winter 2018 - item $10.00  

Divorce in the Desert: Unhappy Marriages and Female Autonomy in Arizona, 1870-1920

MARY MELCHER

A Return to Those Thrilling Days of Yesteryear: The Rise and Fall of the Wolfville Event, 1926-1933

MIKE SPEELMAN

Enterprise Hopi: M. W. Billingsley, Shriners, and Second Mesa Hopi

R. JOHN MEDLEY AND CATHERINE H. ELLIS




JAH Spring 2019 - item $12.50  

The Journal of Arizona History at Sixty

W. JAMES BURNS

"A Ready Outlet for Arizona Historians": The Founding and Evolution of the Journal of Arizona History, 1960-1972

DAVID C. TURPIE

The Misidentification of Albert W. Lohn An American Photographer and the Mislabeling of Mexican Revolution Images from Sinaloa to Nogales

WILLIAM MANGER

Memorialising Methew Juan: The Akimel O'odham, the Cult of the Fallen Soldier, and the Politics of Commemoration after World War II

JOHN MACK

A Meditation on The Great American Orphan Abduction, Twenty Years Later

LINDA GORDON




JAH Summer 2019 - item $12.50  

The Catalina Highway: Boosterism, Convict Labor, and the Road to Tucson's Backyard Mountain

TOM ZOELLNER

The Right to Represent Mexican Americans and the World War II Draft Board in Tucson, Arizona

LORA M. KEY

Two Nations, Indivisble: Unity, Discord, and the Cartoons of the Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute, 1973-1974

RHIANNON M. KOEHLER




JAH Autumn 2019 - item $12.50  

Copperation Versus Combativeness: Carl Hayden, Wayne Aspinall, and the Final Passage of the Central Arizona Project

MATT MCCOY

The Defense Establishment in Cold War Arizona, 1945-1968

JASON H. GART




JAH Winter 2019 - item $15.00  

NATURE AND ENVIROMENT OF GRAND CANYON

"These Dismal Abysses": An Environmental History of Grand Canyon National Park

BYRON E. PEARSON

"The Burro Evil": The Removal of Feral Burros fron Grand Canyon National Park, 1924-1983

ABBIE HARLOW

GRAND CANYON ART AND LITERATURE

One Canyon, Countless Canyon Stories: Exploring the Narrative Grand Canyon

KIM ENGEL-PEARSON

Cultural Aritfact and Work of Art: Grand Canyon Landscape Painting

AMY ILONA STEIN

SCIENCE TOURISM IN GRAND CANYON

Veiwing Power and Place at the Grand Canyon: Grand View Point, 1880-1926

YOLANDA YOUNGS

An Interview with the Great Unconformity: Howie Usher, Scientist and River Guide

HOWIE USHER, AMY ILONA STEIN AND BYRON E. PEARSON

LAW AND POLICY OF GRAND CANYON

Grand Canyon as Legal Creation

JASON ANTHONY ROBINSON

Grand Adaptation: A Dammed River and a Confluence of Interests

JENNIFER SWEENY AND PAUL HIRT

MAPPING GRAND CANYON

Rescaling Geography: Grand Canyon Exploratory and Topographic Mapping, 1777-1978

One Hundred and Sixty Years of Grand Canyon Geological Mapping

KARL KARLSTROM, LAURA CROSSY, PETER HUNTOON, GEORGE BILLINGSLEY, MICHAEL TIMMONS AND RYAN CROW




JAH Spring 2020 - item $12.50  

The Importance of 1964

DAVID FARBER

Barry's Boys and Goldwater Girls: Barry Goldwater and the Mobilization of Young Conservatives in the Early 1960's

WAYNE THORBURN

Man of the West: Goldwater's Reflection in the Oasis of Frontier Convervatism

SEAN P. CUNNINGHAM

Mortgaging the Future: Barry Goldwater, Lyndon Johnson, and Vietnam in the 1964 Presidential Election

ANDREW L. JOHNS

Johnson versus Goldwater: The 1964 Presidential Election

NANCY BECK YOUNG

Goldwater and Religion

VINCENT CANNATO

Evicted from the Party: Black Republicans the 1964 Election

JOSHUA FARRINGTON

"The Media Were Not Completely Fair to You": Foreign Policy, The Press and the 1946 Goldwater Campaign

LAWRENCE JURDEM




JAH Summer 2020 - item $12.00  

Suffrage on the Frontier: How Arizona and Maine Women Pushed for Full Citizenship

SHANNON M. RISK

East Meets West: Comparing the New York and Arizona Women Suffrage Campaigns

KAREN PASTORELLO

Responsible Citizens: Comparing Women Suffrage in Arizona and South Dakota

SARA EGGE

"They Think I have Forgotten all about the Past": Suffragists' Struggle for Acceptance in Politics in Arizona and Texas

RACHEL MICHELLE GUNTER

Where is Their Place? Mexico-Origin Women, Citizenship, and Suffrage in the Arizona Borderlands

KIF AUGUSTINE -ADAMS

Winning Their Place Roundtable: A Response

HEIDI J. OSSELAER




JAH Fall/Winter 2020 - item $22.50  

EXPLORING ARIZONA'S DIVERSE PAST

Kathrine G. Morrissey. Guest Editor

Introduction: What's Arizona Got to Do with It?

KATHERINE G. MORRISSEY

From Pima Villages to the Walker Mines: Anglos, Hipanos. and Natives in the Making of Civil War Arizona

THOMAS D. FINGER

The Twining Path of Mormons and "Lamanites": from Arizona to Latin America

DANIEL HERMAN

Engerdering the Long Nineteenth Century Mapping Gender onto Arizona History

KATHERINE SARAH MASSOTH

Beyond Border Spectacle: Oral History and Everyday Meaning in Chinese Mexican Tucson

PRISCILLA M. MARTINEZ AND GRACE PENA DELGADO

Yava-Who?: Yavapai History and (Mis) Representation in Arizona's Indigenous Landscape

MAURICE CRANDALL

On the Borders: Towns, Mobility, and Public Health in Mojave History

JULIET LARKIN-GILMORE

Change and Continuity in the Time of the Blob: Growth Politics in Postwar Arizona History

ANDREW NEEDHAM

Barry and Beyond: Conservatism in Arizona before. during, and after Its Most Famous Representative

GERALDO L. CADAVA

From Senior Citizen to Sun Citian: Aging and Race in Neoliberal Retirement

FLANNERY BURKE

Critical Indigenous Studies: A Lifetime of Theory and Practice

JENNIFER NEZ DENETDALE

Navigating the Border: The Struggle for Indigenous Sovereignty in the Arizona-Sonora Borderlands

ERIC V. MEEKS

Lead, Follow, or Get Out of theWay?: Arizona History and the Nation

KATHERINE BENTON-COHEN




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