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Volume 70, Number 2 (2011)

Third Series

Front Matter

Articles

Reviews

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The Missouri Mormon Experience p. 161-163
Alma R. Blair

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North Country: The Making of Minnesota p. 163-165
William E. Lass

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The Underground Railroad in Michigan p. 167-168
Galin Berrier

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A Short History of Wisconsin p. 179-180
John D. Buenker

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The Mississippi: A Visual Biography p. 190-191
John O. Anfinson

Bibliography

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New on the Shelves p. 195-198

Back Matter

Cover Image

The University of Iowa’s student newspaper, the Daily Iowan, compared Mayes McLain, the new star of the university’s football team in 1928 and a transfer from an Indian boarding school, to other Native American players. Typically, sports sections at the time used generic caricatures like the one at the lower left, in place of the fearsome images they had used earlier to represent Pan-Indian cultures. For more on how media treated McLain in the context of racial attitudes prevalent at the time, see Sarah Jane Eikle-berry’s article in this issue. Image from Daily Iowan, November 9, 1928.

Editor

Marvin Bergman

Editorial Consultants

Rebecca Conard, Middle Tennessee State University
Kathleen Neils Conzen, University of Chicago
William Cronon, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Robert R. Dykstra, State University of New York at Albany
R. David Edmunds, University of Texas at Dallas
H. Roger Grant, Clemson University
William C. Pratt, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Glenda Riley, Ball State University
Malcolm J. Rohrbough, University of Iowa
Dorothy Schwieder, Iowa State University