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Abing, Kevin J. "A Holy Battleground: Methodist, Baptist and Quaker Missionaries Among the Shawnee Indians, 1830–1844." 21 (Summer 1998): 188–237.

Abing, Kevin J. "Before Bleeding Kansas: Christian Missionaries, Slavery, and the Shawnee Indians in Pre-Territorial Kansas, 1844–1854." 24 (Spring 2001): 54–71.

Agran, Edward Gale. "William Allen White's Small Town America: A Literary Prescription For Progressive Reform." 17 (Autumn 1994): 162–177.

Ambler, Cathy. "A Place Not Entirely of Sadness and Gloom: Oak Hill Cemetery and the Rural Cemetery Movement."15 (Winter 1992/1993): 240–253.

Ambler, Cathy and Judy Sweets. "A Pennsylvania Family Brings Its Barn to Kansas." 22 (Spring 1999): 26–47.

Antle, Jay. "Against Kansas's Top Dog: Coyotes, Politics, and Ecology, 1877-1970." 20 (Autumn 1997): 160–175.

Armitage, Katie. "Public and Private Lives: Fannie B. and James C. Horton, 1874." 17 (Summer 1994): 124–139.

Armitage, Katie H. "'Seeking a Home Where He Himself Is Free': African Americans Build a Community in Douglas County, Kansas." 31 (Autumn 2008): 154–175.

Averill, Thomas Fox. "Kansas Literature. A Review Essay." 25 (Summer 2002): 141–165.

Averill, Thomas Fox. "Kansas Literature of Drought and Dust." 20 (Winter 1997/1998): 230–241.

Averill, Thomas Fox. "Kansas Wheat Harvest." 23 (Spring/Summer 2000): 6–11.

Avila, Henry J. "Immigration and Integration: The Mexican American Community in Garden City, Kansas, 1900-1950." 20 (Spring 1997): 22–37.

Baldridge, Gary. "Pottawatomie County Says No to Prairie Preservation." 16 (Summer 1993): 94–107.

Ball, Durwood. “Scapegoat? Colonel Edwin V. Sumner and the Topeka Dispersal.” 33 (Autumn 2010): 164–183.

Bamberg, Elma L. Edited by Virgil W. Dean. "‘Give Us This Day Our Daily Bred': A Harvest Memoir." 23 (Spring/Summer 2000): 6–11.

Baron, Frank. “James H. Lane and the Origins of the Kansas Jayhawk.” 34 (Autumn 2011): 1114–127.

Beard, Philip R. "The Kansas Colored Literary and Business Academy: A White Effort at African American Education in Late Nineteenth Century Kansas." 24 (Autumn 2001): 200–217.

Bearman, Alan F. and Jennifer L. Mills. "Charles M. Sheldon and Charles F. Parham: Adapting Christianity to the Challenges of the American West." 32 (Summer 2009): 106–123.

Beatty, Bob, editor. "'For the Benefit of the People': A Conversation with Former Governor John Anderson, Jr." 30 (Winter 2007/2008): 252–269

Beatty, Bob, editor. "'You have to like people': A Conversation with Former Governor William H. Avery." 31 (Spring 2008): 48–67.

Beatty, James. "Interpreting the Shawnee Sun: Literacy and Cultural Persistence in Indian Territory, 1833-1841." 31(Winter 2008/2009): 242–259.

Beatty, Robert and M. A. Peterson. "Covert Discrimination: Topeka-Before and After Brown." 27 (Autumn 2004): 146–163.

Beck, James R. “Homesteading in Union Township, Clay County, Kansas, 1863–1889.” 34 (Autumn 2011): 186–205.

Bergman, Jerry. "The Jehovah's Witness Upbringing of President Eisenhower." 21 (Autumn 1998): 148–167.

Berneking, Carolyn Bailey. "Pure Food and Water for Kansas: E.H.S. Bailey, the State Laboratory, and the State Board of Health during the Progressive Era." 20 (Spring 1997): 38–49.

Berwanger, Eugene H. "Ross and the Impeachment: A New Look at a Critical Vote." 1 (Winter 1978/1979): 235–242.

Bickers, Margaret A. "Oasis in the Short Grass: Geography, Politics and Urban Water Supply in Garden City, Kansas, 1925-1960." 30 (Spring 2007): 20–35.

Black, Brian. "Mastering the Kaw: The Bowersock Dam and the Development of Lawrence Industry." p. 262-275. 16 (Winter 1993/1994): 262–275.

Blackwell, Marilyn S. “‘Nobody out here knows anything about wimin’s rights’: Clarina Howard Nichols, Woman’s Rights, and Abolitionism in Kansas Territory.” 22 (Autumn 2010): 146–163.

Blumberg, Dorothy R. "Mary Elizabeth Lease, Populist Orator: A Profile." 1 (Spring 1978): 2–15.

Bowman, Larry G. "`I Think It Is Pretty Ritzy, Myself': Kansas Minor League Teams and the Birth of Night Baseball." 18 (Winter 1995/1996): 248–257.

Brackman, Barbara. "Legend Posing as History: Hyer, Justin, and the Origin of the Cowboy Boot." 18 (Spring 1995): 34–47.

Branigar, Thomas. "No Villains—No Heroes: The David Eisenhower--Milton Good Controversy." 18 (Autumn 1992): 168–179.

Bremer, Jeff R. "'A Species of Town-Building Madness': Quindaro and Kansas Territory, 1856–1862." 25 (Autumn 2003): 156–171.

Brinkerhoff, Fred W. "The Kansas Tour of Lincoln the Candidate." 31 (Winter 2008/2009): 274–293.

Brodhead, Michael J. "Visions of a Better World: Comparisons of Kansas Jurists David J. Brewer and Frank Doster." 16 (Spring 1995): 42–53.

Buchanan, Rex, Robert Sawin, and Wayne Lebsack. "Water of the Most Excellent Kind: Historic Springs in Kansas." 23 (Autumn 2000): 128–141.

Butters, Gerald R. "I Am Only a Woman: Tiera Farrow's Defense of Clara Schweiger." 25 (Autumn 2002): 190–199.

Campney, Brent M. S.  "'Hold the Line': The Defense of Jim Crow in Lawrence, 1945-1961." 33 (Spring 2010): 22–41.

Campney, Brent M. S. "W. B. Townsend and the Struggle against Racist Violence in Kansas." 31(Winter 2008/2009): 260–273.

Carney, J. E. "The Freudians Come to Kansas: Menninger, Freud, and the Emigre Psychoanalysts." 16 (Summer 1993): 78–93.

Carper, James C. "The Popular Ideology of Segregated Schooling: Attitudes Toward the Education of Blacks in Kansas, 1854-1900." 1(Winter 1978/1979): 254–265.

Cart, Doran L. "Kansas Football 'Over There'." 29 (Autumn 2006): 194–199.

Cart, Doran L. "'With the Tommies': A Kansas Nurse in the British Expeditionary Force, 1918. The Letters of Florence Edith Hemphill." 29 (Autumn 2006): 172–183.

Casey, Jonathan. "Training in Kansas for a World War: Camp Funston in Photographs." 29 (Autumn 2006): 164–171.

Cecil-Fronsman, Bill. "'Advocate the Freedom of White Men, As Well As That of the Negroes': The Kansas Free State and Antislavery Westerners in Territorial Kansas." 20 (Summer 1997): 102–115.

Cecil-Fronsman, Bill. "`Death to all Yankees and Traitors in Kansas': The Squatter Sovereign and the Defense of Slavery in Kansas." 16 (Spring 1993): 22–33.

Charlton, John. "`Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way': Incidental Background to Alexander Gardner's 1867 Across the Continent on the Union Pacific Railway, Eastern Division Photographic Series." 20 (Summer 1997): 116–128.

Chaudhuri, Nupur. "`We All Seem Like Brothers and Sisters': The African-American Community in Manhattan, Kansas, 1865-1940." 14 (Winter 1991/1992): 270–288.

Chavez, Thomas E. "A Road of Culture and Commerce: Introduction." 19 (Winter 1996/1997): 224–227.

Cheatham, Gary L. "Confederate Government Interest in the Quapaw, Osage and Cherokee Tribal Lands of Kansas." 25 (Autumn 2003): 172–185.

Cheatham, Gary L. "'Desperate Characters': The Development and Impact of the Confederate Guerrilla in Kansas."14 (Autumn 1991): 144–162.

Cheatham, Gary L. "'If the Union Wins, We Won't Have Anything Left': The Rise and Fall of the Southern Cherokees of Kansas." 30 (Autumn 2007): 154–178.

Cheatham, Gary L. "'Kansas Shall Not Have the Right to Legislate Slavery Out': Slavery and the 1860 Antislavery Law." 23 (Autumn 2000): 154–171.

Cheatham, Gary L. "'Slavery All the Time or Not At All’: The Wyandotte Constitution Debate, 1859–1861." 21 (Autumn 1998): 168–187.

Childers, Christopher. "Emporia's Incongruent Reformer: Charles Vernon Eskridge, the Emporia Republican, and the Kansas Republican Party, 1860–1900." 28 (Spring 2005): 2–15.

Clapsaddle, David K. "Conflict and Commerce on the Santa Fe Trail: Fort Riley--Fort Larned Road, 1860-1867." 16 (Summer 1993): 124–137.

Clapsaddle, David K. "The Wet and Dry Routes of the Santa Fe Trail." 15 (Summer 1992): 98–115.

Clark, Shelley Hickman and James W. Clark, editors. "Lawrence in 1854: The Recollections of Joseph Savage." 27 (Spring/Summer 2004): 30–43.

Coburn, Carol K. "Women and Gender in Kansas History. Review Essay." 26 (Summer 2003): 126–151.

Colbert, Thomas Burnell. "'The Lion of the Land': James B. Weaver, Kansas, and the Oklahoma Lands, 1884-1890." 31 (Autumn 2008): 176–193.

Colbert, Thomas Burnell. "'A Most Original Thinker': James C. Malin on History and Technology.". 19 (Autumn 1996): 178–187.

Conard, Rebecca. "'Tough as the hills': The Making of the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve." 29 (Summer 2006): 86–83.

Cornish, Dudley T. "It All Began at Tenth and Jackson ." 18 (Autumn 1996): 180–185.

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

Courtwright, Julie. "Want to Build a Miracle City? War Housing in Wichita." 23 (Winter 2000/2001): 218–239.

Craig, Stephen C. "Army Medicine on the Plains: George M. Sternberg's Life on the Kansas Frontier, 1866-70." 21 (Autumn 1998): 188–206.

Crouch, Barry A. "A 'Fiend in Human Shape'? William Clarke Quantrill and His Biographers." 22 (Summer 1999): 142–156.

Cunningham, Roger D. "Douglas's Battery at Fort Leavenworth: The Issue of Black Officers During the Civil War." 23 (Winter 2000/2001): 200–217.

Cunningham, Roger D. "Welcoming 'Pa' on the Kaw: Kansas's 'Colored' Militia and the 1864 Price Raid." 25 (Summer 2002): 86–101.

Dalrymple, Scott. "Central Plains Entrepreneurs: The Rise and Fall of Goldsmith's, Inc., 1878-2003." 26 (Winter 2003/2004): 238–251.

Davis, Gayle. "The Diary as Historical Puzzle: Seeking the Author Behind the Words."  16 (Autumn 1993): 166–179.

Dean, Virgil W. "Another Wichita Seditionist? Elmer J. Garner and the Radical Right's Opposition to World War II." 17 (Spring 1994): 50–64.

Dean, Virgil W., editor. "The Great Flood of 1951: A Letter from Catharine Wright Menninger." 21 (Spring 1998): 45–58.

Dean, Virgil W. "Kansas at 150." 34 (Spring 2011): 4–11.

Dicks, Sam, editor. "Eliza Bradshaw: An Exoduster Grandmother." 26 (Summer 2003): 106–111.

Dicks, Sam, editor. "'A Sower Went Forth': Lyman Beecher Kellogg and Kansas State Normal." 24 (Winter 2001/2002): 252–275.

Dirck, Brian. "By the Hand of God: James Montgomery and Redemptive Violence." 27 (Spring/Summer 2004): 100–115.

Dobak, William A. "Fort Riley's Black Soldiers and the Army's Changing Role in the West, 1867-1885." 22 (Autumn 1996): 52–63.

Dobak, William A. "'One of the Nastiest Rivers That I Know Of': Municipal and Rural Sanitation in Nineteenth-Century Kansas." 22 (Autumn 1999): 215–227.

Domer, Dennis E.  "Water in Willow Springs Township." 19 (Spring 1996): 64–80.

Douglas, Donald M. "Forgotten Zions: Jewish Agricultural Colonies in Kansas in the 1880s." 16 (Summer 1993): 108–119.

Dragosani-Brantingham, Justin. "'Proud Are We': Private Rhinehart and the College Company of the Twenty-Second Kansas Volunteer." 22 (Summer 1999): 100–131.

Edwards, Rebecca. "Marsh Murdock and the Wily Women of Wichita: Domesticity Disputed in the Gilded Age." 25 (Spring 2002): 2–13.

Edwards, Rebecca. “Mary E. Lease and the Populists: A Reconsideration.” 35 (Spring 2013): 26–41.

Elbert, E. Duane. "The English Bill: An Attempt to Compromise the Lecompton Dilemma." 1 (Winter 1978/1979): 219–234.

Entz, Gary R. "Image and Reality on the Kansas Prairie: `Pap' Singleton's Cherokee County Colony." 19 (Summer 1996): 124–139.

Entz, Gary R. "Religion in Kansas. Review Essay." 28 (Summer 2005): 120–145.

Entz, Gary R. "Zion Valley: The Mormon Origins of St. John, Kansas." 24 (Summer 2001): 98–117.

Etcheson, Nicole. "The Great Principle of Self-Government: Popular Sovereignty and Bleeding Kansas." 27 (Spring/Summer 2004): 14–29

Etcheson, Nicole. "'Labouring for the Freedom of This Territory': Free-State Kansas Women in the 1850s." 21 (Summer 1998): 68–87.

Etcheson, Nicole. "A Review Essay: Cloudsplitter by Russell Banks and The All-True Travels and Adventures of Lidie Newton by Jane Smiley." 21 (Winter 1998/1999): 276–282.

Evans, Sterling. "Eastward Ho! The Mexican Freighting and Commerce Experience Along the Santa Fe Trail." 19 (Winter 1996/1997): 242–259.

Evans, Sterling. "From Kanasin to Kansas: Mexican Sisal, Binder Twine, and the State Prison Twine Factory, 1890-1940." 24 (Winter 2001/2002): 276–299.

Fearon, Peter. "Kansas History and the New Deal Era. Review Essay." 30 (Autumn 2007): 192–223.

Fearon, Peter. "Riot in Wichita 1934." 15 (Winter 1992/1993): 264–279.

Fearon, Peter. "Ploughshares into airplanes: Manufacturing Industry and Workers in Kansas during World War II." 22 (Winter 1999/2000): 298–314.

Fearon, Peter. "Taxation, Spending and Budgets: Public Finance in Kansas During the Great Depression." 28 (Winter 2005/2006): 230–243.

Ferrell, Robert H. "Angered to the Core: Henry J. Allen and the U.S. Army." 29 (Autumn 2006): 184–193.

Finch, L. Boyd. "Doctor Diamond Dick: Leavenworth's Flamboyant Medicine Man." 26 (Spring 2003): 2–13.

Fisher, Glenn W. "The Worst Tax in the Civilized World? Property Tax Reform and The Kansas Tax Commission.". 19 (Autumn 1996): 200–215.

Fisher, Mike. "The First Kansas Colored--Massacre at Poison Springs." 2 (Summer 1979): 121–128.

Fixico, Donald L. "American Indians in Kansas. Review Essay." 26 (Winter 2003/2004): 272–287.

Fleharty, Eugene D. "'Apply Salt, Gunpowder, and the Yellow of an Egg': The Treatment of Rattlesnake Bites by the Western Kansas Settler." 21 (Spring 1998): 18–29.

Foley, William E. "Murder on the Santa Fe Trail: The United States v See See Sah Mah and Escotah." 32 (Summer 2009): 90–105.

Fruehauf, Erich. "Fifty Years on a One-Family Farm in Central Kansas." 2 (Autumn 1979): 166–195.

Fruehauf, Erich. "Fifty Years on a One-Family Farm in Central Kansas (Second Installment)." 2 (Winter 1979): 252–275.

Garner, Nancy G. "'A Prayerful Public Protest': The Significance of Gender in the Kansas Woman's Crusade of 1874." 20 (Winter 1997/1998): 214–229.

Goossen, Benjamin W. “‘Like a Brilliant Thread’: Gender and Vigilante Democracy in the Kansas Coal Field, 1921–1922.” 34 (Autumn 2011): 206–223.

Goudsouzian, Aram. "'Can Basketball Survive Chamberlain?': The Kansas Years of Wilt the Stilt." 28 (Autumn 2005): 150–173.

Grant, H. Roger. editor. "`In the Land of My Dreams': The Reminiscences of Graydon Horath, a Farm Laborer in Kansas." 16 (Winter 1993/1994): 248–261.

Grant, H. Roger. "Kansas Transportation. Review Essay." 26 (Autumn 2003): 206–229.

Grant, Michael J. "'Food Will win the War and Write the Peace': The Federal Government and Kansas Farmers During World War II." 20 (Winter 1997/1998): 242–257.

Grant, Philip A. Jr. "The Kansas Congressional Delegation and the Selective Service Act of 1940." 2 (Autumn 1979): 196–205.

Graves, Donna Cooper. "'We'll fight it out fair right now': Homicide, Felony Assault, and Gender in Kansas City, Kansas, 1890-1920." 26 (Spring 2003): 32–49.

Gray, Ina Turner and Phillip E. Chastain. "Granville Lowther--Heretic or Herald." 1 (Autumn 1978): 177–188.

Gridley, Karl, editor. "'An Idea of Things in Kansas': John Brown's 1857 New England Speech." 27 (Spring/Summer 2004): 76–85.

Gumm, Angie. "Looking for the Good in Garbage: Bill Compton Builds Wichita a Pyrolysis Plant." 31 (Autumn 2008): 212–229.

Gunn, Virginia. "Industrialists Not Butterflies: Women's Higher Education at Kansas State Agricultural College, 1873-1882." 18 (Spring 1995): 2–17.

Haack, Steven C. “Gathering War Clouds: George Bent’s Memories of 1864.” 34 (Summer 2011): 128–141.

Hamscher, Albert N. "'Scant Excuse for the Headstone': The Memorial-Park Cemetery in Kansas." 25 (Summer 2002): 124–143.

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

Harvey, Douglas S. "Creating a 'Sea of Galilee': The Rescue of Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area, 1927-1930." 24 (Spring 2001): 2–17.

Harvey, Douglas S. "Learning the Hard Way: Early Water Control Projects at Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area." 32 (Autumn 2009): 186–203.

Hasselle-Newcombe, Suzanne. "Cementing His Political Views: S.P. Dinsmoor and the Garden of Eden." 24 (Summer 2001): 118–135.

Hatcher, Richard W., and William Garrett Piston, editors. "Kansans Go to War: The Wilson's Creek Campaign Reported By the Leavenworth Daily Times." Part I. 16 (Winter 1993/1994): 180–199.

Hazlett, O. James. "Chaos and Conspiracy: The Kansas City Live Stock Trade, 1886-1892." 15 (Summer 1992): 126–144.

Hatcher, Richard W., and William Garrett Piston, editors. "Kansans Go to War: The Wilson's Creek Campaign as Reported By the Leavenworth Daily Times." Part II. 16 (Winter 1993/1994): 224–247.

Hawkins, Anne P. W. "Hoeing Their Own Row: Black Agriculture and the Agrarian Ideal in Kansas, 1880-1920." 22 (Autumn 1999): 200–213.

Haywood, C. Robert. "Populist Humor: The Fame of Their own Effigy. Presidential Address." 16 (Spring 1993): 34–41.

Hazlett, O. James. "Cattle Marketing in the American Southwest: The Rise of the Kansas City Commission Merchant in the Nineteenth Century." 18 (Summer 1995): 100–115.

Hemphill, Anne E. "The 1864 Diary of Cpl. Seth Kelly." 1 (Autumn 1978): 189–210.

Herring, Joseph B. "Selling the ‘Noble Savage’ Myth: George Catlin and the Iowa Indians in Europe, 1843–1845." 29 (Winter 2006/2007): 226–245.

Higgins, Cindy. "Kansas Breweries 1854-1911." 16 (Spring 1993): 2–21.

Hinger, Charlotte. "'The Colored People Hold the Key': Abram Thompson Hall, Jr.'s Campaign to Organize Graham County." 31 (Spring 2008): 32–47.

Hoeflich, Michael H. "Why Kansas Legal History Has Not Been Written. Presidential Address." 26 (Winter 2003/2004): 264–271.

Hoeflich, M. H. and Virgil W. Dean, editors. "'Went at night to hear Hon. Abe Lincoln make a Speech.' Daniel Mulford Valentine's 1859 Diary." 29 (Summer 2006): 100–115.

Holt, Marilyn Irvin. "Children's Health and the Campaign for Better Babies." 28 (Autumn 2005): 174–187.

Hope, Jr., Clifford R. "Memories of the Memorial Building." 18 (Autumn 1995): 192–195.

Hope, Clifford R. Jr. "Strident Voices in Kansas Between the Wars." 2 (Spring 1979): 54–164.

Hougen, Harvey R. "The Marais des Cygnes Massacre and the Execution of William Griffith." 8 (Summer 2003):74–94.

Hoy, James F., editor. "A Window on Flint Hills Folklife Part I: The Diary of Elizabeth Mardin." 14 (Autumn 1991): 186–205.

Hoy, James F., editor. "A Window on Flint Hills Folklife Part II: The Diary of Elisha Mardin." 14 (Winter 1991/1992): 246–269.

Hoy, Jim. "Chasing Cattle Thieves in the Flint Hills in 1899." 28 (Spring 2005): 16–29.

Hoy, Jim and Cathy Hoy. "Portraits of the Plains: The Photographs of F. M. Steele." 28 (Winter 2005/2006): 262–273.

Hulston, Nancy J. "'Our Schools Must Be Open to All Classes of Citizens': The Desegregation of the University of Kansas School of Medicine, 1938." 19 (Summer 1996): 88–97.

Hunt, Mark A. "The Kansas Museum of History: A Functional Design for the Future." 7 (Spring 1984): 34–39.

Hurt, R. Douglas. "The Agricultural and Rural History of Kansas. Review Essay." 27 (Autumn 2004): 194–217.

Hurt, R. Douglas. "Gaining Control of the Environment: The Morton County Land Utilization Project in the Kansas Dust Bowl.". 19 (Summer 1996): 140–153.

Hurt, R. Douglas. "Prices, Payments, & Production: Kansas Wheat Farmers and the Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 1933-1939." 23 (Spring/Summer 2000): 72–87.

Hyslop, Stephen G. "One Nation Among Many: The Origins and Objectives of Pike's Southwest Expedition." 29 (Spring 2006): 2–13.

Irish, Kerry E. "Hometown Support in the Midst of War: Dwight Eisenhower's Wartime Correspondence With Abilene Friends." 25 (Spring 2002): 14–37.

Irvine, Robert. "The Waterscape and the Law: Adopting Prior Appropriation in Kansas." 19 (Spring 1996): 22–35.

Isern, Thomas D. "Folk Entomology in the Flint Hills of Kansas.". 19 (Autumn 1996): 188–199.

Isern, Thomas D. "Wheat Explorer the World Over: Mark Carleton of Kansas." 23 (Spring/Summer 2000): 12–25.

Jaderborg, Jana M. and Sherri Garcia Martin. "From Country Doc to Pioneer Surgeon: Profile of A.C. Johnson, D.O.". 19 (Autumn 1996): 162–177.

Jochims, Larry O. "A Classic in Marble: The Memorial Building." 7 (Spring 1984): 4–21.

Jochims, Larry O., and Virgil W. Dean. "Pillars of Society: A Brief History of the Kansas Historical Society." 18 (Autumn 1995): 142–163.

Johnson, David W. "Freesoilers for God: Kansas Newspaper Editors and the Antislavery Crusade." 2 (Summer 1979): 74–85.

Johnson, Judith R. "Kansas in the `Grippe': The Spanish Influenza Epidemic of 1918."15 (Spring 1992): 44–55.

Johnson, Judith. "Uncle Sam Wanted Them Too! Women Aircraft Workers in Wichita During World War II." 17 (Spring 1979): 38–49.

Johnson, Judith R., and Craig L. Torbenson. "Stories from the Heartland: African American Experiences in Wichita, Kansas." 21 (Winter 1998/1999): 220–233.

Jorgensen, Danny L. "Building the Kingdom of God: Alpheus Cutler and the Second Mormon Mission to the Indians, 1846-1853." 15 (Autumn 1992): 192–209.

Juhnke, James C. "Clashing Symbols in a Quiet Town: Hesston in the Vietnam War Era." 23 (Autumn 2000): 142–153.

Juhnke, James C. "Minister of Peace in a World of War: Edmund G. Kaufman." 27 (Autumn 2004): 48–58.

Juhnke, James C. "Moderates, Mennonites, and the Religious Right: A Hot Contest in the Seventy-fourth House District, 1994." 27 (Autumn 2004): 180–193.

Katz, Milton S., and Susan B. Tucker. "A Pioneer in Civil Rights: Esther Brown and the South Park Desegregation Case of 1948." 18 (Winter 1995): 234–247.

Katzman, David M. “William Allen White Attends a Lawrence Jewish Wedding, 1887.” 34 (Summer 2011): 142–155.

Keenan, Claudia J. "The Education of an Intellectual: George S. Counts and Turn-of-the-Century Kansas." 25 (Winter 2002/2003): 258–271.

Keenan, Claudia J. "'Not as an End in Itself': The Development of Debate in Kansas High Schools." 28 (Summer 2005): 84–93.

Kidwell, Deborah C. "'Lest We Forget': Building the Vietnam Veterans Memorial at the University of Kansas." 30 (Autumn 2007): 174–191.

King, Charles R. "Nineteenth-Century Gentleman, Twentieth-Century Physician: Don Carlos Guffey." 15 (Spring 1992): 56–93.

Kratsas, James R., Mary Ellen Hennessey Nottage, and John Zwierzyna. "Samples of Our Heritage.". 7 (Spring 1984): 89–110.

Kratsas, Martha Durant and Robert F. McGiffin. "Managing and Conserving the Collection." 7 (Spring 1984): 70–71.

Kruger, David Delbert. “Earl Corder Sams: The Role of Kansas in the Rise of J. C. Penney.” 35 (Autumn 2012): 164–185.

Krupp Selyem, Barbara. With photographs by Bruce Selyem. "The Legacy of Country Grain Elevators: A Photo Essay." 23 (Spring/Summer 2000): 42–55.

LaForte, Robert S. "Gilded Age Senator: The Election, Investigation, and Resignation of Alexander Caldwell, 1871-1873." 21 (Winter 1998/1999): 234–255.

Laugesen, Amanda. "Making a Unique Heritage: Celebrating Pike's Pawnee Village and the Santa Fe Trail, 1900-1918." 23 (Autumn 2000): 172–185.

Leader, Jeanne P. "The Pottawatomies and Alcohol: An Illustration of the Illegal Trade." 2 (Autumn 1979): 157–165.

Lechner, Zachary J. "'Are We Ready for the Conflict?': Black Abolitionist Response to the Kansas Crisis, 1854-1856." 31 (Spring 2008): 14–31

Lee, R. Alton. "The Ill-Fated Kansas Silk Industry." 23 (Winter 2000/2001): 240–255.

Lee, R. Alton. "John M. Houston: Congressman and Labor Negotiator." 25 (Autumn 2002): 200–213.

Lee, R. Alton. "Joseph R. Burton and the 'Ill-Fated' Senate Seat of Kansas." 32(Winter 2009/2010): 246–265.

Lee, R. Alton. "The Little White Slaver: A Century-Long Struggle Against Cigarettes in Kansas." 22 (Winter 1999/2000): 258–267.

Lee, R. Alton. “The Populist Dream of a ‘Wrong Way’ Transcontinental.” 35 (Summer 2013): 74–89.

Leiker, James. "Race Relations in the Sunflower State. A Review Essay." 25 (Autumn 2002): 214–236.

Leonard, Carol and Isidor Wallimann. "Prostitution and Changing Morality in the Frontier Cattle Towns of Kansas." 2 (Spring 1979): 34–53.

Lindquist, Emory . "Kansas: A Centennial Portrait, Part One." 33 (Summer 2010): 116–135.

Linsenmayer, Penny T. "Kansas Settlers on the Osage Diminished Reserve: A Study of Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House on the Prairie." 24 (Autumn 2001): 168–185.

Litteer, Loren. "The Quayle Rare Bible Collection." 2 (Summer 1979): 129–135.

Logan, James K. "Roy Edward French: Pioneer Oil Man, Philanthropist, and Dog Breeder." 33 (Spring 2010): 54–57.

Lovett, Christopher. "'Dear, I'll Be Back in a Year': The Mobilization of the Thirty-Fifth Infantry Division in 1940." 17 (Summer 1994): 90–108.

Lovett, Christopher C.  "A Public Burning: Race, Sex, and the Lynching of Fred Alexander." 33 (Summer 2010): 94–115.

Lovett, Christopher C. "'To Serve Faithfully': The Twenty-Third Kansas Volunteers and the Spanish American War." 21 (Winter 1998/1999): 256–275.

Low, Denise and Ramon Powers. “Northern Cheyenne Warrior Ledger Art: Captivity Narratives of Northern Cheyenne Prisoners in 1879 Dodge City.” 35 (Spring 2013): 2–25.

Lynn-Sherow, Bonnie. "Beyond Winter Wheat: The USDA Extension Service and Kansas Wheat Production in the Twentieth Century." 23 (Spring/Summer 2000): 100–111.

Lynn-Sherow, Bonnie, and Susannah Bruce. "'How Cola' from Camp Funston: American Indians and the Great War." 24 (Summer 2001): 84–97.

Macias, Richard. "'We All Had a Cause': Kansas City's Bomber Plant, 1940–1945." 28 (Winter 2005/2006): 244–261.

Mack, John. a href="http://www.kshs.org/publicat/history/2011winter_mack.pdf">“Hermaphrodites and Genderless Beings: The Struggle to Transcend Gender Boundaries in Southeast Kansas, 1868–1874.” 35 (Winter 2011/2013): 280–295.

Mack, John. “A Second Revolution: The Struggle to Define the Meaning of the Civil War in Southeast Kansas, 1867–1876.” 32 (Spring 2009): 2–17.

Mack, John N. "'United We Stand': Law and Order on the Southeastern Kansas Frontier, 1866-1870." 30 (Winter 2007): 234–251.

Madden, Mary W. and Maureen A. Hart. "Museum Moves, Past and Present." 7 (Spring 1984): 46–49.

Madway, Lorraine. “Documenting Struggle and Resilience: The Federal Writers’ Project Records for Kansas.” 35 (Summer 2013): 90–115.

Marvin, Anne M. "'A Grave-Yard of Hopes': Irrigation and Boosterism in Southwest Kansas, 1880–1890." 19 (Spring 1996): 36–51.

McCauley, James R., John R. Charlton, and Rex C. Buchanan. "Portraits of Change: Rephotographing the Chalk Monuments of Western Kansas."15 (Winter 1992/1993): 220–239.

McCusker, Kristine M. "'The Forgotten Years' of America's Civil Rights Movement: Wartime Protests at the University of Kansas, 1939-1945." 17 (Spring 1994): 26–37.

McDaniel, Gail L. "Women, Medicine, and Science: Kansas Female Physicians, 1880-1910." 21 (Summer 1998): 102-117.

McEathron, Scott. "The Kansas Pocket Maps of Otis B. Gunn and David T. Mitchell: A Case of Nineteenth Century Promotional Cartography." 33 (Spring 2010): 42–53.

McInnes, Robert A. editor. "`I Spent Almost Two Years in the Insane Asylum': An Anonymous Kansan Speaks Out." 18 (Summer 1995): 86–99.

Mead, Robert A. "Cowboys and Lawyers: Ambivalence and Myth in the History and Literature of the Southern Plains." 30 (Spring 2007): 52–63.

Michaelis, Patricia A. “Quantrill’s Raid in Kansas Memory.” 36 (Autumn 2013): 198–209.

Michaelis, Patricia A. "Windows to Yesterday: The Journal of the Kansas Historical Society." 18 (Autumn 1995): 208–221.

Millbrook, Minnie Dubbs. "The Jordan Massacre." 2 (Winter 1979): 219–230.

Miller, Chandra. "‘A Perfect Institution Belonging to the Regiment': The Soldier's Letter and American Identity among Civil War Soldiers in Kansas." 22 (Winter 1999/2000):284–297.

Miller, Worth Robert. "A Centennial Historiography of American Populism." 16 (Spring 1993): 54–69.

Miller, Worth Robert, ed. “The Populist Vision: A Round Table Discussion.” 32 (Spring 2009): 18–45.

Miner, Craig. "Editor Clymer Buys a Press: Continuity and Change in a Kansas Country Town, 1926-1929." 30 (Summer 2007): 92–111.

Miner, Craig. a href="/publicat/history/1993autumn_miner.pdf">"Here Today, Here Tomorrow: G-K Farms in the Dust Bowl Years, Thomas County, Kansas." 16 (Autumn 1993):148–165.

Miner, Craig. "Historic Ground: The Ongoing Enterprise of Kansas Territorial History." 27 (Spring/Summer 2004): 4–13.

Miner, Craig "Lane & Lincoln: A Mysterious Connection." 24 (Autumn 2001): 186–199.

Miner, Craig. "The Wheat Empire of R.H. Garvey, 1930-1959." 23 (Spring/Summer 2000): 88–99.

Monhollon, Rusty L. "Taking the Plunge: Race, Rights, and the Politics of Desegregation in Lawrence, Kansas, 1960." 20 (Autumn 1997): 138–159.

Monhollon, Rusty and Kristen Tegtmeier Oertel. "From Brown to Brown: A Century of Struggle for Equality in Kansas." 27 (Spring/Summer 2004): 116–133.

Monnett, John. “Reimagining Transitional Kansas Landscapes: Environment and Violence.” 34 (Winter 2011/2012) 258–279.

Morse, Scott N., editor. "Knowledge is Power": The Reverend Grosvenor Clarke Morse's Thoughts on Free Schools and the Republic During the Civil War." 31 (Spring 2008): 2–13.

Mullis, Tony R. "The Dispersal of the Topeka Legislature: A Look at Command and Control (C2) During Bleeding Kansas." 27 (Spring/Summer 2004): 62–75.

Myers, Harry C. "Banditti on the Santa Fe Trail: The Texas Raid of 1843." 19 (Winter 1996/1997): 282–292.

Napier, Rita G. "The Hidden History of Bleeding Kansas: Leavenworth and the Formation of the Free-State Movement." 27 (Spring/Summer 2004): 44–61.

Napier, Rita G. "Rethinking the Past, Reimagining the Future. Review Essay: Series Introduction." 24 (Autumn 2001): 218–247.

Nimz, Dale E. "Damming the Kaw: The Kiro Controversy and Flood Control in the Great Depression." 26 (Spring 2003): 14–31.

Nord, David Paul. "The Appeal to Reason and American Socialism, 1901-1920." 1 (Summer 1978): 75–89.

Nottage, James H., Floyd R. Thomas, Jr., and Lucinda Simmons Bray. "Presenting the Past: Exhibits, 1877-1984." 7 (Spring 1984): 76–88.

Nottage, Mary Ellen Hennessey. "Cannons, Spinning Wheels, and a Train: a History of the Museum Collection." 7 (Spring 1984): 58–69.

O'Brien, Patrick G. "'I Want Everyone to Know the Shame of the State': Henry J. Allen Confronts the Ku Klux Klan, 1921-1923." 19 (Summer 1996): 98–111.

O'Brien, Patrick G. "Kansas At War: The Home Front, 1941-1945." 17 (Spring 1994): 6–25.

Oliva, Leo E., editor. "'A Faithful Account of Everything': Letters from Katie Bowen on the Santa Fe Trail, 1851." 19 (Winter 1996/1997) 260–281.

Oliva, Leo E., editor. "'Sent Out By Our Great Father': Zebulon Montgomery Pike's Journal and Route Across Kansas, 1806." 29 (Spring 2006): 14–33.

Oliva, Leo E., editor. "Enemies and Friends: Zebulon Montgomery Pike and Facundo Melgares in the Competition for the Great Plains, 1806–1807." 29 (Spring 2006): 34–47.

Olsen, Michael L. “Myth and Memory: The Cultural Heritage of the Santa Fe Trail in the Twentieth Century.” 35 (Spring 2013): 42–60.

Olsen, Michael L. “Old Ruts and New: The History of Santa Fe Trail History." 19 (Winter 1996/1997): 228–241.

Olsen, Michael L. "Zebulon Pike and American Popular Culture, or Has Pike Peaked?" 29 (Spring 2006): 48-61.

Orr, Brooke Speer. "Mary Elizabeth Lease: Gendered Discourse and Populist Party Politics in Gilded Age America." 29 (Winter 2006/2007): 246–258.

Ortiz, Leonard David. "La Voz de la Gente: Chicano Activist Publications in the Kansas City Area, 1968-1989." 22 (Autumn 1999): 228–244.

Paddock, Joel. "Democratic Politics in a Republican State: The Gubernatorial Campaigns of Robert Docking, 1966-1972." 17 (Summer 1994): 108–123.

Partin, John W. "The Dilemma of 'A Good, Very Good Man': Capper and Noninterventionism, 1936-1941." 2 (Summer 1979): 86–95.

Patrick, Jeffrey L., editor. "'This Regiment Will Make A Mark': Letters From a Member of 'Jennison's Jayhawkers,' 1861-1862." 20 (Spring 1997): 50–58.

Patrick, Robert W. "When Kansas City, Mo., Came Close to Being a City in Kansas." 1 (Winter 1978/1979): 266–277.

Paul, R. Eli. "'In Honor of Those Who Served': Introduction." 29 (Autumn 2006): 142–145.

Peak, Kenneth J. and Jason W. Peak."Liquor Wars and the Law: Decisions of the Kansas Supreme, 1861–1920." 29 (Summer 2006): 84–99.

Peavler, Dave. "Drawing the Color Line in Kansas City: The Creation of Sumner High School." 28 (Autumn 2005): 188–201.

Pendleton, Jason. "‘Hedonism Running Rampant’: The 1963 Garnett Riot." 27 (Autumn 2004): 164–179.

Pendleton, Jason. "Jim Crow Strikes Out: Interracial Baseball in Wichita, Kansas, 1920-1935." 20 (Summer 1997): 86–101.

Pennington, Loren, editor. “Becoming the ‘Greatest Generation’: Company B, 137th Infantry Regiment,” by Walter Hobson Crockett. 35 (Winter 2012/2013): 234–249.

Pennington, Loren, editor. "Forty Years at the Emporia Gazette: A Conversation with Everett Ray Call." 33 (Summer 2010): 66–93.

Peterson, John M. ed. "The Diaries of Kansas History." 1 (Summer 1978): 101–132.

Peterson, John M. "Forgotten Kansas Artist: Adam Rohe." 17 (Winter 1994/1995 1997): 221–235.

Peterson, John M., editor. "From Border War to Civil War: More Letters From Edward and Sarah Fitch, 1855–1863. Part I." 20 (Spring 1997): 2–21.

Peterson, John M., editor. "From Border War to Civil War: More Letters From Edward and Sarah Fitch, 1855–1863. Part II." 20 (Summer 1997): 68–85.

Peterson, John M. "The Logan County Nickel Mine." 2 (Spring 1979): 26–33.

Peterson, Mark A. “The Kansas Roots of Arthur Allen Fletcher: The ‘Father of Affirmative Action.’ 34 (Autumn 2011): 224–241.

Piehler, Harold. "Henry Vincent: Kansas Populist and Radical-Reform Journalist." 2 (Spring 1979): 14–25.

Pierson, Michael D., editor. "'A War of Extermination': A Newly Uncovered Letter by Julia Louisa Lovejoy. 1856." 16 (Summer 1993): 120–123.

Pohly, Linda L. "Cultures in Harmony: Welsh Choral Music in Nineteenth-Century Kansas." 17 (Autumn 1994): 178–191.

Ponce, Pearl. "Pledges and Principles: Buchanan, Walker, and Kansas in 1857." 27 (Spring/Summer 2004): 86–99.

Porter, Kenneth Wiggins. "Catherine Emma Wiggins: Pupil and Teacher in Northwest Kansas, 1888-1895." 1 (Spring 1978): 16–38.

Powers, James. "Managing and Conserving the Collection." 7 (Spring 1984): 70–71.

Powers, Ramon. "The Memorial Building: Introduction." 18 (Autumn 1985): 140–141.

Prasch, Thomas, editor. “Beyond the Yellow Brick Road: Sesquicentennial Visions of Kansas and the Great Plains in Film.” 34 (Summer 2011): 156–175.

Prasch, Thomas. "Cinema and the Kansas/Plains Past. Film Reviews." 30 (Summer 2007): 112–139.

Prasch, Thomas, editor. "The Cinematic Presence of Kansas and the West: Film Reviews." 24 (Summer 2001): 136–158.

Prasch, Thomas, editor. "The Continuing Cinematic Presence of Kansas and the West: Film Reviews." 26 (Summer 2003): 112–123.

Prasch, Thomas, editor. “From Projections of the Past to Fantasies of the Future: Kansas and the Great Plains in Recent Film.” 36 (Summer 2013): 104–130.

Prasch, Thomas, editor. "Insurgents and Guerillas, Cowboys and Indians, Lions and Tigers and Bears: Film and History in Kansas and the Great Plains." 32 (Summer 2009): 124–143.

Prasch, Thomas, editor. "Milestones and Touchstones in Kansas and Western Cinema. Film Reviews." 28 (Summer 2005): 104-119.

Pratt, William C. "Historians and the Lost World of Kansas Radicalism. Review Essay." 30 (Winter 2007/2008): 270–291

Price, Jay M. "Cowboy Boosterism." 24 (Winter 2001/2002): 300–317.

Prosser, Daniel J. "Foundations of Our Past: The Architecture of the Memorial Building." 18 (Autumn 1995): 164-177.

Quastler, I. E. "'Emphatically a Rock Island Town': Horton and Its Railroad Shops, 1887–1946." 24 (Winter 2004/2005): 332–349.

Quastler, I. E. "The People's Railroad: The Leavenworth & Topeka, 1918-1931." 24 (Spring 2001): 18–35.

Reddish, Sandra. "An 'All Kansas' Regiment: The 353d Infantry Goes to War." 29 (Autumn 2006): 146–163.

Rein, Chris. “The U.S. Army, Indian Agency, and the Path to Assimilation: The First Indian Home Guards in the American Civil War.” 36 (Spring 2013): 2–21.

Richmond, Robert W. "This Grand Structure." 18 (Autumn 1995): 186–191.

Reichart, Milton. "Bourgmont's Route to Central Kansas: A Reexamination." 2 (Summer 1979): 96–120.

Riney-Kehrberg, Pamela. "Growing up in Kansas: Review Essay." 26 (Spring 2003): 50–65.

Riney-Kehrberg, Pamela. "Hard Times—Hungry Years: Failure of the Poor Relief in Southwestern Kansas 1930-1933." 15 (Autumn 1992): 154–168.

Riney-Kehrberg, Pamela. "Tragedy as Triumph: Liberal, Kansas, and Its 1933 Tornado." 21 (Summer 1998): 88–101.

Riney-Kehrberg, Pamela. "Women in Wheat Country." 23 (Spring/Summer 2000): 56–71.

Robbins, Eloise Frisbie. "The Original Military Post Road Between Fort Leavenworth and Fort Scott." 1 (Summer 1978): 90–100.

Robinson, Charles. “A Message from the Governor, Charles Robinson, March 30, 1861.” 33 (Winter 2010/2011): 256–266.

Robinson, W. Stitt. "Chautauqua: Then and Now. Presidential Address." 22 (Summer 1999): 132–141.

Rogers, Richard D. "The Story of Brave Kansans: Presidential Address." 18 (Winter 1995/196): 258–266.

Roper, Donna C. "The Whiteford Family of Salina: Mid-Twentieth Century Avocational Archeologists." 25 (Winter 2002/2003): 244–257.

Rosa, Joseph G. "J. B. Hickok, Deputy U. S. Marshall." 2 (Winter 1979/1980): 231–252.

Rutherford, Phillip R. "The Arabia Incident." 1 (Spring 1978): 39–47.

Samuels, Peggy and Harold. "Frederic Remington, the Holiday Sheepman." 2 (Spring 1979): 3–41.

Sartorius, Kelly C. "Experimental Autonomy: Dean Emily Taylor and the Roots of the Second Wave Women's Movement at the University of Kansas." 33 (Spring 2010): 2–21.

Saul, Norman. "Mill Town in the Age of Turkey Red." 23 (Spring/Summer 2000): 26–41.

Saul, Norman E. "Through Curious and Foreign Eyes: Grigorri Machtet Chronicles the Kansas Frontier, 1872-1873." 17 (Summer 1994): 76–89.

Schruben, Francis W. "The Wizard of Milford: Dr. J. R. Brinkley and Brinkleyism." 14 (Winter 1991/1992): 226–245.

Scott, Julie A. "More Than Just Monkey Business: Kansas Newspapers Respond to the Scopes Trial, July 1925." 30 (Summer 2007): 74–91.

Scott, Mark. "Langston Hughes of Kansas." 3 (Spring 1980): 3–25.

Scott, Mark. "The Little Blue Books in the War on Bigotry and Bunk." 1 (Autumn 1978): 155–176.

Scott, Mark Chapin, editor. "Insured Against Train Robbers: A Kansas Christmas Tale." 32 (Winter 2009): 266–273.

Sculle, Keith A. "`The New Carlisle of the West': Haskell Institute and Big-Time Sports, 1920- 1932." 17 (Autumn 1994): 192–208.

Seaton, Frederick D. "The Long Road Toward 'The Right Thing to Do': The Troubled History of Winfield State Hospital." 27 (Winter 2004/2005): 250–263.

Seaton, Frederick D. “Man in the Middle: The Career of Kansas Senator James B. Pearson.” 35 (Winter 2011/2012): 296–315.

SenGupta, Gunja. "Bleeding Kansas: A Review Essay." 24 (Winter 2001/2002): 318–341.

SenGupta, Gunja. "Servants for Freedom: Christian Abolitionists in Territorial Kansas, 1854- 1858." 16 (Autumn 1993): 200–213.

Sheridan, Richard B. "Charles Henry Langston and the African American Struggle in Kansas." 22 (Winter 1999/2000): 268–283.

Sheridan, Richard B. "'A Most Unusual Gathering':  The 1913 Semi-Centennial Memorial Reunion of the Survivors of Quantrill's Raid on Lawrence." 20 (Autumn 1997): 176–191.

Sherow, James E., introduction by. "On the Rim of the Desert's Heart: Kansas and Water." 19 (Spring 1996): 2–5.

Sherow, James E. "The Art of Water and the Art of Living. Review Essay." 25 (Spring 2002): 52–71.

Sherow, James E., and William S. Reeder, Jr. "A Richly Textured Community: Fort Riley, Kansas, and American Indians, 1853-1911." 21 (Spring 1998): 2–17.

Shortridge, James R. "Kansas Barns in Time and Place." 22 (Spring 1999): 2–25.

Shortridge, James R. "The Missing Railroad Cities Along the Union Pacific and Santa Fe Lines in Kansas." 26 (Autumn 2003): 186–205.

Shortridge, James R. "People of the New Frontier: Kansas Population Origins, 1865." 14 (Autumn 1991): 162–185.

Shortridge, James R. "Regional Image and Sense of Place in Kansas. Review Essay." 28 (Autumn 2005): 202–210.

Shortridge, James R. "The Round Barns of Kansas." 22 (Spring 1999): 48–89.

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Smith, Karen Manners. "Father, Son, and Country on the Eve of War: William Allen White, William Lindsay White, and American Isolationism, 1940–1941." 28 (Spring 2005): 30–43.

Smith, Michael M. "The Mexican Revolution in Kansas City: Jack Danciger Versus the Colonia Elite." 14 (Autumn 1991): 206–218.

Snell, Joseph W. "It Was My Good Fortune: A Memoir." 18 (Autumn 1995): 196–203.

Snell, Joseph W., Thomas F. Averill, and William G. Winter. "The Great White Buffalo: Dedication Remarks, 1983." 7 (Spring 1984): 50–57.

Socolofsky, Homer E. "Beginning One Childhood Summer." 18 (Autumn 1995): 204–207.

Socolofsky, Homer E. "The Bittersweet Tale of Sorghum Sugar." 16 (Winter 1993/1994): 276–289.

Socolofsky, Homer E. "The Wheat Culture of Kansas in Kansas: Introduction." 23 (Spring/Summer 2000): 2–5.

Stern, A. Kenneth, and Janelle L. Wagner, "The First Decade of Educational Governance in Kansas, 1855-1865." 24 (Spring 2001): 36–53.

Sutter, Paul S. "Paved With Good Intentions: Good Roads, the Automobile, and the Rhetoric of Rural Improvement in the Kansas Farmer, 1890–1914." 18 (Winter 1995/1996): 284–299.

Suttles, Dennis E. "The Decision Not to Emigrate: Land Prospecting in Eastern Kansas and Nebraska in 1886." 26 (Summer 2003): 90–105.

Tegtmeier Oertel, Kristen. "'The free sons of the North' vs. 'The myridons of Border-Ruffianism': What Makes a Man in Bleeding Kansas?" 25 (Autumn 2002): 174–189.

Thierer, Joyce. "Queen of the Kansas Prairies: Butler County's Kafir Corn Carnivals."18 (Summer 1995): 70–85.

Thies, Randall M. "Civil War Valor in Concrete: David A Lester and the Kinsley Civil War Monument." 22 (Autumn 1999): 164–181.

Thomas, James H. and Carl N. Tyson. "Navigation on the Arkansas River, 1719-1886." 2 (Summer 1979): 135–141.

Tibbetts, John C. "Riding with the Devil: The Movie Adventures of William Clarke Quantrill." 22 (Autumn 1999): 182–199.

Tidwell, John Edgar "Ad Astra, Per Aspera: Frank Marshall Davis." 18 (Winter 1995/1996): 270–283.

Travis, Paul D. "Changing Climate in Kansas: A Late 19th-Century Myth." 1 (Spring 1978): 48–58.

Trennert, Robert A. "Indian Policy on the Santa Fe Road: The Fitzpatrick Controversy of 1847- 1848." 1 (Winter 1978/1979): 243–253.

Trout, Steven. "Forgotten Reminders: Kansas World War I Memorials." 29 (Autumn 2006): 200–215.

Trout, Steven. "The Western Front Comes to Kansas: John Steuart Curry's The Return of Private Davis from the Argonne." 31 (Autumn 2008): 194–211.

Tsutsui, William, and Marjorie Swann. "Kansans and the Visual Arts Review Essay." 25 (Winter 2002/2003): 272–295.

Tsutsui, William M., and Marjorie Swann. "'Open Your Eyes to the Beauty Around You': The Art Collection of the Kansas Federation of Women's Clubs." 26 (Winter 2003/2004): 252–263.

Turk, Eleanor L. "Germans in Kansas. Review Essay." 28 (Spring 2005): 44–71.

Turk, Eleanor L. "The Germans of Atchison, 1854-1859: Development of an Ethnic Community." 2 (Autumn 1979): 146–156.

Vail, David. “Kill That Thistle: Rogue Sprayers, Bootlegged Chemicals, Wicked Weeds, and the Kansas Chemical Laws, 1945–1980.” 35 (Summer 2013): 116–133.

Valentine, Les. "Boosting `Omaha the Market Town': The 1906 Trade Excursion Across Northern Kansas." 15 (Summer 1992): 82–97.

Walker, J. Samuel. "An ‘Atomic Garbage Dump’ for Kansas: The Controversy over the Lyons Radioactive Waste Repository, 1970–1972." 29 (Winter 2006/2007): 266–285.

Warren, Kim. "'All Indian trails lead to Lawrence, October 27 to 30, 1926': American Identity and the Dedication of Haskell Institute's Football Stadium." 30 (Spring 2007): 2–19

Warren, Stephen A. "The Baptists, the Methodists, and the Shawnees: Conflicting Cultures in Indian Territory, 1833–1834." 17 (Autumn 1994): 148–161.

Watts, Dale."How Bloody was Bleeding Kansas? Political Killings in Kansas Territory, 1854–1861." 18 (Summer 1995): 116–129.

Watts, Dale E. "Plows and Bibles, Rifles and Revolvers: Guns in Kansas Territory." 21 (Spring 1998): 30–45.

Werner, Morris. "Blazing a Trail to Oregon: Jumping-Off at St. Joseph.," 15 (Autumn 1991): 132–143.

West, Elliott. "A Story of Three Families." 19 (Summer 1996):112-123.

Wheeler, David L. "Winter on the Cattle Range: Western Kansas, 1884-1886." 15 (Spring 1992): 2–17.

Wickman, John E. "Looking Forward: A Society at the Crossroads." 1 (Spring 1978): 59–64.

Williams, Burton J. "James C. Malin--In Memoriam." 2 (Spring 1979): 65–67.

Wilson, Don W. "Barbed Words on the Frontier: Early Kansas Newspaper Editors." 1 (Autumn 1978): 147–154.

Wilson, Paul E. "How the Law Came to Kansas."15 (Spring 1992): 18–35.

Woods, Fred E.  "The 1854 Mormon Emigration at the Missouri-Kansas Border." 32 (Winter 2009): 226–245.

Woods, Fred E., and Melvin L. Bashore. "On the Outskirts of Atchison: The Imprint of Latter-day Saint Transmigration at Mormon Grove." 25 (Spring 2002): 38–51.

Worley, William S. "The Kansas City Urban Planning Tradition: George Kessler, Henry Wright, and Herbert Hare." 20 (Autumn 1997): 192–205.

Worley, William S. "Urban History of Kansas. Review Essay." 28 (Winter 2005/2006): 274–289.

Wrabley, Jr., Raymond B. “Drunk Driving or Dry Run? Cowboys and Alcohol on the Cattle Trail.” 30 (Spring 2007): 36–51.

Young, William D. "The Military and Kansas History. Review Essay." 27 (Winter 2004/2005): 264–282.

Review Essay Series Articles, 2001 - 2007 Published in Kansas History, the series, edited by Virgil W. Dean and co-edited by Rita G. Napier, received the 2003 AASLH Award of Merit.

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Napier, Rita G. "Rethinking the Past, Reimagining the Future. Review Essay: Series Introduction." 24 (Autumn 2001): 218–247.

SenGupta, Gunja. "Bleeding Kansas. A Review Essay." 24 (Winter 2001/2002): 318–341.

Sherow, James E. "The Art of Water and the Art of Living. Review Essay." 25 (Spring 2002): 52–71.

Averill, Thomas Fox. "Kansas Literature. Review Essay." 25 (Summer 2002): 144–165.

Leiker, James. "Race Relations in the Sunflower State. Review Essay." 25 (Autumn 2002): 214–236.

Tsutsui, William, and Swann, Marjorie. "Kansans and the Visual Arts. Review Essay." 25 (Winter 2002/2003): 272–295.

Riney-Kehrberg, Pamela. "Growing up in Kansas. Review Essay." 26 (Spring 2003): 50–65.

Coburn, Carol K. "Women and Gender in Kansas History. Review Essay." 26 (Summer 2003): 124–149.

Grant, H. Roger. "Kansas Transportation. Review Essay." 26 (Autumn 2003): 206–29.

Fixico, Donald L. "American Indians in Kansas. Review Essay." 26 (Winter 2003/2004): 272–87.

Hurt, R. Douglas. "The Agricultural and Rural History of Kansas. Review Essay." 27 (Autumn 2004): 194–217.

Young, William D. "The Military and Kansas History. Review Essay." 27 (Winter 2004/2005): 264–282.

Turk, Eleanor L. "Germans in Kansas. Review Essay." 28 (Spring 2005): 44–71.

Entz, Gary R. "Religion in Kansas. Review Essay."28 (Summer 2005):120–145.

Shortridge, James R. "Regional Image and Sense of Place in Kansas. Review Essay." 28 (Autumn 2005):202–219.

Worley, William S. "Urban History of Kansas. Review Essay." 28 (Winter 2005/2006): 274–289.

Brooks, Karl B."Environmental History as Kansas History. Review Essay." 29 (Summer 2006): 116–131.

Fearon, Peter. "Kansas History and the New Deal Era. Review Essay." 30 (Autumn 2007): 192–223.

Pratt, William C. "Historians and the Lost World of Kansas Radicalism. Review Essay." 30 (Winter 2007/2008): 270–291