The American West: A Modern History, 1900 to the Present

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The Twentieth-Century American West, x

Ethnic Populations in the Recent U.S. and West, 309

PHOTOGRAPHS Four-horse binder cutting grain, 13

Steam plow breaking prairie, 20

Bingham Canyon, Utah, copper mine, 25

Lumbermen in western Washington State, 28

Smith Butchering Machine, 31

Spindletop oil field, 32 James J. Hill, Charles

Steele, and George Baker, 38

Touring cars in Glacier National Park, 43

The “back ranch” at Universal Studios, 47

Pro-Nonpartisan League cartoon, 56

Carry Nation cartoon, 62

Theodore Roosevelt in Colorado, 65

John Muir in Yosemite, 67 GifFord Pinchot and Theodore Roosevelt, 68

A. C. Townley, 74

Tulsa race riots, T92T, 79

Seattle “Hooverville,” 90

Stratford, Texas, dust storm, 92

San Francisco labor demonstration, 1934, 101

Governor William “Alfalfa Bill” Murray, 104

Kaiser's World War II Oregon shipyards, no

A. P. Giannini, 114

World War II evacuation of Japanese Americans, 117

AIM occupation of BIA headquarters, 1972,138

Barbara Jordan, 149

Japanese “picture” brides, 155

World War II working women, 161

Kaiser day-care center, 166

A Free Speech rally at Berkeley, 167

Jack London and his wife Charmian, 175

Willa Cather, 177

Passing By, by Ernest Martin Hennings, 187

Baptism in Kansas, by John Steuart Curry, 189

Aimee Semple McPherson, 196

Father Edward Joseph Flanagan and friend, 200

One-room schoolhouse, 207

Fritz Frederick, 1936, 240

Fritz Frederick, 1977, 241

A forest after clear-cutting, 247

Lyndon B. Johnson, 269

Robert Kerr, 273

Richard Lamm, 286

Dolores Huerta, 296

Bill Gates, 325

Ronald Reagan, 328

Glenda Riley, 339

Deadwood, 342

TABLES

Population of Major Western Cities, 122

Area of States and Federally Owned Lands, 221

Department of Defense Contract Awards, 225

Irrigated Farm Acreage, 231

Railroad Mileage, 234

Population of Western States, 1980–2005, 300

Population of Major Western Cities, 1980–2005, 302

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