The Frontier challenge responses to the trans-Mississippi West.
University Press of Kansas
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction, by J.G. Clark
- The urban frontier of the Far West, by E. Pomeroy
- The Spanish-Americans in the Southwest, 1848-1900, by R.W. Paul
- The fisherman's frontier on the Pacific coast; the rise of the salmon-canning industry, by V. Carstensen
- American Indian policy in the 1840s; visions of reform, by F.P. Prucha
- Stephen A. Douglas and the American mission, by R.W. Johannsen
- Indian allotments preceding the Dawes Act, by P.W. Gates
- Squaw men on the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Reservation; advance agents of civilization or disturbers of the peace? by W.T. Hagan
- To shape a western state; some dimensions of the Kansas search for capital, 1865-1893, by A.G. Bogue
- The English and Kansas, 1865-1890, by O.O. Winther
- Banks, mails, and rails, 1880-1915, by G.L. Anderson.