Bridging national borders in North America : transnational and comparative histories / Benjamin H. Johnson and Andrew R. Graybill, eds.
Durham [NC] :
Duke University Press,
|Series:||American encounters/global interactions.
Table of Contents:
- Introduction: borders and their historians in North America / Benjamin H. Johnson and Andrew R. Graybill
- Conflict and cooperation in the making of Texas-Mexico border society, 1840-1880 / Miguel Ángel González Quiroga
- Between race and nation : the creation of a métis borderland on the northern plains / Michel Hogue
- Epidemics, Indians, and border-making in the nineteenth-century Pacific Northwest / Jennifer Seltz
- Divided ranges : trans-border ranches and the creation of national space along the western Mexico - U.S. border / Rachel St. John
- The scales of salmon : diplomacy and conservation in the western Canada - U.S. borderlands / Lissa Wadewitz
- Crossing the line : the INS and the federal regulation of the Mexican border / S. Deborah Kang
- Caught in the gap : the transit privilege and North America's ambiguous borders / Andrea Geiger
- The welcoming voice of the southland : American tourism across the U.S.-Mexico border, 1880-1940 / Catherine Cocks
- Projecting the in-between : cinematic representations of borderlands and borders in North America, 1908-1940 / Dominique Brégent-Heald
- Glass curtains and storied landscapes : the fur trade, national boundaries, and historians / Bethel Saler and Carolyn Podruchny.