Arkansas History, 2001: A Selected Bibliography

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Arkansas History, 2001: A Selected Bibliography


Razer, Bob, The Arkansas Historical Quarterly


IN AN EFFORT TO BE INCLUSIVE, Arkansas history has been broadly defined in the compilation of this bibliography. Some materials, such as genealogical or local history society journals, government documents, and nonprint productions, have been omitted. The Arkansas Historical Quarterly is cited as AHQ.

BOOKS

Barber, Benjamin. The Truth of Power: Intellectual Affairs in the Clinton White House. New York: Norton, 2001.

Berman, William. From the Center to the Edge: The Politics and Policies of the Clinton Presidency. New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2001.

Cantu, D. Antonio, and C. Roger Lambert. Early Education in the Arkansas Delta. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2001. [photographic history]

Dybwad, G. L., and Joy Bliss. Dryden Pottery of Kansas and Arkansas. Albuquerque, NM: The Book Stops Here, 2001.

Gifford, David Edwin. Collector's Encyclopedia of Niloak. Paducah, KY: Collector Books, 2001. [2nd edition of volume on state's best known pottery]

Gill, John. The Crossroads of Arkansas. Little Rock: Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, 2001. [brief introductory history of the state]

Harpaz, Beth. The Girls in the Van: Covering Hillary. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2001. [HRC's senate campaign]

Johnson, Haynes. The Best of Times: America in the Clinton Years. New York: Harcourt, 2001. Kalb, Marvin. One Scandalous Story: Clinton, Lewinsky, and Thirteen Days That Tarnished American Journalism. New York: Free Press, 2001.

Kaplan, Leonard, and Beverly Moran, eds. Aftermath: The Clinton Impeachment and the Presidency in the Age of Political Spectacle. New York: New York University Press, 2001.

O'Brien, John. "Things Grew Beautifully Worse": The Wartime Experiences of Captain John O'Brien, 30 Arkansas Infantry, C.S.A. Ed. Brian K. Robertson. Little Rock: Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, 2001.

Rafferty, Milton D. The Ozarks: Land and Life. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2001. [2d edition]

Robertson, Brian K., and Nancy Britton. Independence County, Arkansas. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2001. [photographic history]

Snow, Nan. Letters Home. Fayetteville: Phoenix International, 2001. [letters from a WW II soldier]

Springer, Francis. The Preacher's Tale: The Civil War Journal of Rev. Francis Springer, Chaplain, U.S. Army of the Frontier. Ed. William Furry. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2001.

Stockley, Grif. Blood in Their Eyes: The Elaine Race Massacres of 1919. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2001.

Tomasky, Michael. Hillary's Turn. New York: Free Press, 2001.

Tuller, Roger. "Let No Guilty Man Escape": A Judicial Biography of "Hanging Judge" Isaac C. Parker. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2001.

Wallis, Dave. Eight Nine Romeo Poppa: The Story of Arkansas Aviation. Little Rock: Arkansas Aviation Historical Society, 2001.

Zeman, Alice Fitch. Mary Lewis: The Golden Haired Beauty with the Golden Voice. Little Rock: Rose Publishing, 2001. [story of Little Rock woman who became an international singing star in the 1920s]

ARTICLES

Abramowitz, Alan I. "It's Monica, Stupid: The Impeachment Controversy and the 1998 Midterm Election." Legislative Studies Quarterly 26 (May 2001): 211-226. [poor showing by Republicans in midterm elections due to voter backlash against impeachment and Kenneth Starr]

Arnold, Richard S., and George C. Freeman, III. "Judge Henry Clay Caldwell." University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review 23 (Winter 2001): 355-407. [19thcentury Arkansas judge]

Barnhart, Donald, Jr. "Junkyard Ironclad." Civil War Times Illustrated 40 (May 2001): 30+. [C.S.S. Arkansas]

Christ, Mark K. "Arkansas Listings in the National Register of Historic Places: Historic Sculpture." AHQ 60 (Spring 2001): 86-92.

Cobb, James C. "`On the Pinnacle in Yankeeland': C. …

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