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An innovative mix of anthropology and history, this book is the first-ever study of Carlism to set the movement in both its national and local contexts, looking at both the machinations of its urban elites and the attitudes of the rural supporters.... more

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Essays on Region, History, and Practice
This collection of eight essays examines the health, disease, and medical care of the American West—an area flanked by the Rocky Mountains, Sierra Nevada, and Cascade Mountains.... more

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Women and Work in Los Angeles, 1880–1930
The half-century between 1880 and 1930 saw rampant growth in Los Angeles and an equally rapid movement of women into the work force.... more

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Essays on Nevada
Edited and with an introduction by Wilbur S. Shepperson
East of Eden, West of Zion is a collection of essays in which a dozen historians and novelists present their impressions and concerns about “end of the century” Nevada.... more

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Contested Meanings in Korean War Memorials
The Korean War has been called the “forgotten war,” not as studied as World War II or Vietnam.... more

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The Story of Basques in Idaho
In this volume, brothers Mark and John Bieter chronicle three generations of Basque presence in Idaho from 1890 to the present, resulting in an engaging story that begins with a few solitary sheepherders and follows their evolution into the prominent ethnic community of today.... more

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Women Editors of the Nineteenth-Century West
Sherilyn Cox Bennion provides in-depth portraits of nineteenth-century women editors of the west and their diverse publications.... more

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Eluding Franco in Hitler's Europe
José Antonio de Aguirre, the exiled President of the Basque Republic, found himself caught between the Spanish Nationalists and the Gestapo as the Germans invaded France in 1940.... more