A Companion to the Literature and Culture of the American West

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Index
Abbey, Edward, 87–8, 231, 242n.5, 254, 349–50, 373, 487
Desert Solitaire, 87–8, 89, 374–5, 376
Monkey Wrench Gang, The, 87
Abbott, Teddy Blue, 118
Abel, Elizabeth, 74
Adams, Andy: Log of a Cowboy, 95, 293
Adams, Ansel, 89, 92, 344
Taos Pueblo (with Mary Austin), 82–3, 92
Adams, Henry, 344
Adamson, Joni, 376
African Americans, 52, 155, 157–8, 161–74, 207, 218, 251
in film and TV westerns, 169–72, 398, 401
and folksongs, 324–5, 327, 330
literature and literary history, 65, 76, 95–6, 102, 162–3, 165–7, 251, 362, 388, 390–1
newspapers owned by, 50, 172
representations of, 398
Agee, Jonis, 101
Alaska, 74, 130–43, 267, 324, 388, 392
Native culture in, 135–8
Alaska Reader, The, 138
Alcosser, Sandra, 122
Alderson, Nannie T., 118
Aldrich, Bess Streeter, 75
Alexie, Sherman, 204–5, 242n.4
Alfred, Taiaiake, 195
Alger, Horatio, 283
All the Pretty Horses (film), 406
see also McCarthy, Cormac
Allen, Jules, “The Singing Cowboy,” 328
Allen, Paul, 14
Allen, Paula Gunn, 205
Allen’s New Orleans Minstrels, 325
Alta California, 52
Alurista, 182–3
American Indian Movement (AIM), 197–8
Anaya, Rudolfo, 486
Bless Me, Ultima, 94, 252, 487–8
Sonny Baca mystery novels, 391
Anderson, Ada Woodcock, 74
Anderson, Gilbert M., “Broncho Billy,” 402
Anderson, Mabel Washbourne, 65, 74
Anderson, Robert Ball, 164
Angel Island, 6, 146–7, 331, 357
Anglo-Saxon myth of origin, 188
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 102, 183, 186–7, 234, 252, 350, 357, 372
Apess, William, 196
Appaloosa (film), 255, 407
Applegate, Frank, 89–90, 92

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