Great Plains Quarterly 41.1-2

Great Plains Quarterly 41.1-2

Edited by Ramón Guerra

Table Of Contents

Vol. 41, Nos. 1-2 (Winter-Spring 2021)


Land Acknowledgment Statement

Introducing the New Editor of GPQ: Ramón J. Guerra 

Book Prize Essay
2021 Stubbendieck Great Plains Distinguished Book Prize Winner
Patty Simpson

T. A. Carlson’s Real Photo Postcards: Promoting the American Dream in Nebraska
H. Jason Combs

The Right Man for the Job: Manhood, Race, and Oklahoma Football in the Mid-1960s
Christopher R. Davis

Race, Region, and Midwestern Identity in Era Bell Thompson’s American Daughter and Africa, Land of My Fathers
Sara Gallagher

Chadron State Park: A Monument to the Civilian Conservation Corps and Company 762 (read the author's plain-language summary)
Michael Sandstrom

Eighty Years of Public Participation on the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge
John Lacey and Dave Egan

Moonshining in Holt County, Nebraska (read the author's plain-language summary)
Keith Terry

Book Review Essay
Forgetting and Remembering Racist Violence in Tulsa and the Great Plains
Brent Campney

Book Reviews
Mary Ann Loewen, ed. Finding Father: Stories from Mennonite Daughters
Rebecca Janzen

Ron Tyler. Western Art, Western History: Collected Essays
Tracee W. Robertson

Christopher Pexa. Translated Nation: Rewriting the Dakóta Oyáte
Sarah Hernandez

Mike Tapia. Gangs of the El Paso–Juárez Borderland: A History
Jeffrey S. Adler

Paula Anca Farca, ed. Make Waves: Water in Contemporary Literature and Film
Tyra A. Olstad

Randy Krehbiel. Foreword by Karlos K. Hill. Tulsa, 1921: Reporting a Massacre
Hollie A. Teague

Louis Kraft. Sand Creek and the Tragic End of a Lifeway (read the reviewer's plain-language summary)
Pierre M. Atlas

Thomas John Lappas. In League Against King Alcohol: Native American Women and the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, 1874–1933
Alison M. Parker

David H. DeJong. The Commissioners of Indian Affairs: The United States Indian Service and the Making of Federal Indian Policy, 1824–2017
Roger L. Nichols

Sandra Semchuk. The Stories Were Not Told: Canada’s First World War Internment Camps
Lyndsay Rosenthal