Great Plains Quarterly 43:1

Great Plains Quarterly 43:1

Edited by Ramón Guerra

Table Of Contents

Volume 43, Number 1 (Winter 2023)


The Oldest Maps of the Great Plains
Donald J. Blakeslee     

Link to the Past and Prosperity for the Future: Niitsitapi Horse Culture in the Twenty-First Century
Brandi Bethke  

The Early Open-Range Cattle Ranching Industry in Nebraska: America’s Greatest Farmer Plays a Role
H. Jason Combs 

Storms and Swarms: The Role of the US Army Signal Corps’ Weather Observers during the Rocky Mountain Locust Plague of the 1870s
Rebecca Robbins Raines         

Creative Nonfiction
A Letter to Monticello
Bernard Quetchenbach  

Book Review Essay
Climate Change: Localizing a Complex Global Issue
Martha E. Durr 

Book Reviews
James A. Hanson, editor. Spotted Tail: Renaissance Man of the Lakota
Tim Trudell      

Jerome A. Greene, compiler and editor. “All Guns Fired at One Time”: Native Voices of Wounded Knee, 1890
Rani-Henrik Andersson 

Nancy Marie Mithlo, editor. Making History: The IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
David Titterington       

Justin B. Richland. Cooperation without Submission: Indigenous Jurisdictions in Native Nation–US Engagements
Hayden L. Nelson      

Laurie A. Wilkie. Unburied Lives: The Historical Archaeology of Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Davis, Texas, 1869–1875
Ayme J. Swartz

Thomas Aiello. Hoops: A Cultural History of Basketball in America
Wade Davies    

Ben Railton. Of Thee I Sing: The Contested History of American Patriotism
Brian Whetstone          

Candy Moulton. The Mormon Handcart Migration: “Tounge nor pen can never tell the sorrow”
Danae Jacobson