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Journal Titlesort icon Article Title Author (last name) Year
J of the Southwest A meager living on lavoa and sand? Hia Ced O'Odham food resources and habitat diversity in oral and documentary histories Al 1989
J of the Southwest A priest's snapshots: mission photographs of Father Augustine Schwartz 1989
J of the Southwest An interview with Simon Ortiz Manley 1989
J of the Southwest Borderlands: views of a region by Julian Hayden Bernard-Shaw 1989
J of the Southwest Borderlands: views of a region by Julian Hayden Shaw 1989
J of the Southwest Chinese sojourners in Territorial Prescott Lister 1989
J of the Southwest Chinese sojourners in Territorial Prescott Lister 1989
J of the Southwest Ghost stories Brown 1989
J of the Southwest Ho, Ho, a boojum, definitely a boojum! Humphrey 1989
J of the Southwest Indian sore eyes: the federal campaign to control trachoma in the Southwest, 1910-40 Trennert 1990
J of the Southwest Man and the mountain lion in the early 1900s: perspectives from a wildcat dump Calder 1990
J of the Southwest Man and the mountain lion in the early 1900s: perspectives from a wildcat dump Calder 1990
J of the Southwest Old Oraibi, 1934: Hopi portfolio Dewar 1989
J of the Southwest Peasant resitance on the Yaqui Delta: an historical inquiry into the meaning of ethnicity Radding 1989
J of the Southwest The Baroyeca Mine in Spanish Sonora: ownership, management, and labor, 1701-1850 Pablos 1990
J of the Southwest The lighter side of Mexican immigration: humor and satire in the Mexican corrido Officer 1989
J of the Southwest The lighter side of Mexican immigration: humor and satire in the Mexican corrido Officer 1989
J of the Southwest The living legacy of Hispanic groundwater law in the contemporary Southwest Meyer 1989