The American West in 2000: Essays in Honor of Gerald D. Nash

The American West in 2000: Essays in Honor of Gerald D. Nash

by Richard W. Etulain
     
 


Lively essays on the study of the American West in honor of the late historian Gerald Nash.See more details below

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Lively essays on the study of the American West in honor of the late historian Gerald Nash.

Editorial Reviews

Great Plains Quarterly
. . . a literary labor of love.
East Texas Historical Association
Each essay is well written and thoroughly researched. Additionally, this work provides readers with a valuable resource on the history of the American West in the twentieth century.
New Mexico Historical Review
The editors are commended for organizing and editing high-quality essays that will continue to engender scholarly debate and highlight the important scholarly lacuna -the post war American West- filled out by Gerald Nash.
Western Historical Quarterly
These papers, as a whole, create an understanding of the modern West, its problems, and predictions of its future, that can be found nowhere else. . . .Editors Etulain and Szasz are to be complimented on their choice of papers and the good editing that went into the book.
The Historian
This is a most fitting tribute to one of the most significant historians of the twentieth-century West . . . this volume stands as not only a critical overview of the West, but a model for the profession.
Pacific Northwest Quarterly
Covering a range of timely topics, the essays included are well researched and gracefully written. Both scholars and general readers with an interest in the modern West will enjoy this book.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780826329431
Publisher:
University of New Mexico Press
Publication date:
03/28/2003
Edition description:
1ST
Pages:
216
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.28(h) x 0.81(d)

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