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"1997 Grand Forks Flood: When History Became Personal," 82.1: 18-34
After Custer: Loss and Transformation in Sioux Country, review of, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Agnew, Jeremy, review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Agrarian Socialism in America: Marx, Jefferson, and Jesus in the Oklahoma Countryside 1904-1920 (Bisset), review of, 67.4: 38
Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, criticism of, 66.3 & 4: 31-40
Agricultural depression, following World War I, 66.3 & 4: 31-40
Agriculture, history of, 68.1: 2-19, 68.1: 20-36; use of binder twine, 68.1: 20-36; use of Native American seeds, 68.1: 2-19
Ahern, Wilbert H., review by, 68.3: 43
Albers, Everett C.–director of N. D. Humanities Council, 70.3: inside cover; article by, 66.3 & 4: 2
Albers, Gretchen A., review by, 76:3 & 4, 41-48            
Allen, Brad, article by, 81.4: 16-
Allen, John L., article by, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23; review by, 73.3 & 4: 36
Allen, Michael, review of, 66.3 & 4: 64
Allert, Johannes R., article by, 81.3: 3-15
Amato, Joseph A., ed., review of, 72.3 & 4: 62
Amenia and Sharon Land Company–bonanza farm, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Amenia, N. Dak., in the 1920s and 1930s, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
American Agriculture and the Problem of Monopoly: The Political Economy of Grain Belt Farming, 1953-1980 (Lauck), review of, 68.1: 37
American Anthropology, 1971-1995 (Darnell, ed.), review of, 71.3 & 4: 48-49
American Automobile Association (AAA), 74:1 & 2: 2-35
American Fur Company, and George Catlin, 70.4: 12-31
American Indian Education: A History, Review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
American Legion, formation of, 68.3: 2-13; post-WWII organization and purposes of, 70.1: 2-25; role in senatorial election of 1920, 68.3: 2-13
American Indian women and quilting, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
The American Midwest: An Interpretive Encyclopedia, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
American Natural Gas Company, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and coal gasification in western N. Dak., 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
American Red Cross, and World War II, 67.4: 2-19
American Revolution, causes of, 70.1: 28-35
American Serengeti: The Last Big Animals of the Great Plains (Flores), review of, 81.3: 34-35
The American West: Out of Myth, Into Reality (Hassrick), review of, 68.2: 38
The American West: The Reader (Nugent and Ridge, eds.), review of, 67.4: 38
Americans View Their Dust Bowl Experience (Wunder, Kaye & Carstensen), review of, 66.3 & 4: 64
“An Excerpt from Passage of Discovery: The American Rivers Guide to the Missouri River of
Lewis and Clark,” 66.2: 15-22
An Opportunity Lost: The Truman Administration and the Farm Policy Debate, review of, 74:3
& 4:45-56
Andersen, Elmer L., review of, 70.1: 39
Anderson, Gary Clayton, review by, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Anderson, Joseph L., review by, 75:3 & 4: 54
Anderson, Kathie Ryckman, review by, 67.4: 36
Andreasen, Bethany, review by, 72.3 & 4: 61; 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Andrews, Mark–U.S. senator, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and gubernatorial campaign against William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Animals, observed by Lewis and Clark, 66.2: 2-14
Anticipating the Unknown: Logistics and Ideology in the Exploration of Louisiana,” 70.2: 22-30
Archambault, JoAllyn, article by, 68.2: 24-26
Archambault, Joseph–student at Hampton/Lakota leader, 68.2: 2-26
Archambault, Mary Gates–Lakota woman, 68.2: 24-26
Ardoch, N.Dak., patent medicines in, 80.3: 3-28
Arikara agriculture, and the Oscar H. Will & Company, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Arikara account of Custer’s campaign, and Orin G. Libby, 68.4: 2-25
Arikara Narrative of Custer’s Campaign and the Battle of the Little Bighorn, writing of, 68.4: 2-25, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
Arikara War: The First Plains Indian War, 1823 (Nester), review of, 70.3: 40
Arikaras, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.3: 26-35, 70.4: 2-10; trade alliances of, 70.4: 2-10
Aristocrat of the West: The Story of Harold Schafer (Woiwode), review of, 67.4: 36
Arman, Elvira Susanna (Sue) Will – daughter of George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Armstrong, Samuel Chapman–founder of Hampton Institute, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42
Army Air Forces, in Europe in WWII, 72.3 & 4: 25-37; casualties sustained by, 72.3 & 4: 25-37
Arnesen, Eric, ed., review of, 66.2: 40
Arts of Diplomacy: Lewis and Clark’s Indian Collection (McLaughlin), review of, 72.3 & 4: 61
Assault on the Deadwood Stage: Road Agents and Shotgun Messengers, review of, 80:1, 34-36
Association for Retarded Citizens of North Dakota, et. al., vs. Olson, et. al., 74:1 & 2: 2-35
At Lincoln’s Side: Smith Stimmel’s Personal Reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln,” 74:3 & 4:2-5
At Standing Rock and Wounded Knee: The Journals and Papers of Father Francis M. Craft, 1888-1890, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Atkins, Annette, review of, 70.3: 36; review by, 81.2: 30-31
Automobiles, early tours by, 67.1: 23-45; racing, 74:1 & 2: 36-43
Axline, Jon, review by, 67.4: 38

Bad GunMandan, sketch of, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
Bad Lands Cow Boy–newspaper, 67.2: 26-38
Badlands–North Dakota, landscape design in, 80.2: 3-15
Bailey, Dix, and Mead–photographers of Sitting Bull, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
Bailey, Michael J., review by, 67.3: 39
Baker, Gerard (Yellow Wolf), review by, 77:3 & 4, 40; 80:1, 34-36
Baker, William M., review of, 67.3: 39
Balcom, Sue B., review of, 80.2: 52
Balkowitsch, Shane—wet plate photographer, 81.2: 22
Bands, performing in N. Dak., 67.1: 10-22; military, photo of at Fort Buford, 69.2, 3, & 4: back cover
Bankruptcy, and Lynn Frazier’s legislation, 66.3 & 4: 31-40
Banks, Dennis with Richard Erdoes, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Banks, Kimball M., review by, 70.1: 38
Barber, Charles M., review by, 72.3 & 4: 58
Barbour, Barton H., review of, 70.2: 31
Barker-Devine, Jenny, review by, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Barnard, Sandy, review by, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Barnes, J. C.–buffalo hunter, and James McLaughlin, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Barnes, Jeff, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Barney Keogh: A North Dakota P.O.W. in World War II Germany,” 67.4: 2-19
Barth, Aaron L., review by, 81.1: 34-35
Bauroth, Nicholas, article by, 80:1, 14-27
Barrett, Carole, article by, 66.3 & 4: 3-16; reviews by, 74.1 & 2: 44-55, 80.3: 32, 81.2: 29-30
Barry, David F.–photographer, 72.3 & 4: 2-21, 22-24; and Sitting Bull, 72.3 & 4: 2-21, 22-24
Barry, Missouri (near Liberty and Platte City), and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Basin Electric Power Cooperative, and coal gasification in western N. Dak., 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Bates v. Clark–U.S. Supreme Court case, and definition of Indian Country, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Bates, Frederick–secretary of Louisiana Territory, as rival of Meriwether Lewis, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Battle of the Little Bighorn, and Gall, 74:3 & 4:17-27; One Bull’s participation in, 66.3 & 4: 3-
16, and letters of Elizabeth Custer, and commemoration of, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
Baum, L. Frank, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Baum’s Road to Oz: The Dakota Years (Koupal), review of, 69.1: 33
Beach, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Bean, Corman–business partner of William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Bear Face, Rosa–student at Hampton, 68.2: 2-23
Beaver, depletion of by fur trade, 71.3 & 4: 31-42
Beck, Paul N., review of, 79:1, 35-36
Beckham, Stephen Dow, review of, 72.3 & 4: 63
Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Woman Behind the Legend (Miller), review of, 67.4: 37
Before Custer: Surveying the Yellowstone, 1872 (Lubetkin, ed.), review of, 81.2:31-32
Before the Great Spirit: The Many Faces of Sioux Spirituality (Rice), review of, 66.2: 37
Behind the Lens,” 72.3 & 4: 22-24
Being Dakota: Tales & Traditions of the Sisseton & Wahpeton (Oneroad and Skinner), review of, 72.3 & 4: 65
Bender, Alice McDonnell-WPA theater troupe director, 81.4: 3-15
Bender, Nathan, review by, 70.2: 35
Benoit, Virgil, review by, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Benson, Jackson J., review of, 66.1: 16-20
Berger, Albert I., article by, 66.1: 21-37
Bergland, Betty, review by, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Bergland, Betty, and Lori Lahlum, ed. review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
Bettelyoun, Susan Bordeaux, review of, 66.2: 39
Beyond Mount Rushmore: Other Black Hills Faces, review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Beyond Schoolmarms and Madams: Montana Women's Stories (Kohl), review of, 81.4:36
Big Bend on the Upper Missouri, 1900 Miles Above St. Louis, painting by George Catlin, 70.4: front and back cover
Big Dams in the New Deal Era: A Confluence of Engineering and Politics, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
The Big Empty: The Great Plains in the Twentieth Century, review of, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Big White, see Sheheke
Billington, David P., and Donald C. Jackson, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Birch Coulie: The Epic Battle of the Dakota War, review of,78:3 & 4, 35-40
Bird, George F. – businessman and cousin to George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Birds and Mammals Observed by Lewis & Clark in North Dakota,” 66.2: 2-14
Birds, observed by Lewis and Clark, 66.2: 2-14
“The Birth, Life, and Death of Science Hall on the Campus of the University of North Dakota,” 69.1: 2-17
Bismarck City Auditorium, 67.1: 10-22
Bismarck, D.T., review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Bismarck, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Bismarck State Bank, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Bismarck, N. Dak., history of, 68.1: 2-19
Bison latifrons–Ice Age mammal, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 48-55; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 48-55
Bison, depletion of from fur trade, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23; effigy of, 66.2: 9
Bisset, Jim, review of, 67.4: 38
Black Cat–Mandan chief, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.4: 2-10, 71.1 & 2: 65-71
Black Elk Lives: Conversations with the Black Elk Family (DeSersa, Pourier, DeSersa, Jr., and DeSersa), review of, 70.1: 41
Black Viking–statue, 67.1: 2-9
Blackburn, William M.–first president, University of N. Dak., 66.3 & 4: 17-30
Blackfeet Indians, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Blackfoot, and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Joseph Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Black-footed ferrets, protection of, 66.2: 15-22
Blackhoop, David–Hampton student, 68.3: 20-42
Blackorby, Edward C., articles by, 67.3: 2-23, 67.4: 20-35; review of, 71.1 & 2: 75-76
Blessum, Ben—artist, creator of Lincoln bust gift document, 74:3 & 4:28-44 and back cover.
Blodgett, Peter J., reviews by, 66.3 & 4: 62, 72.1 & 2: 56
Bloom, John, review of, 70.2: 34
Blue Buttes, near New Town, photograph of, 70.4: inside cover
Blue Water Creek and the First Sioux War, 1854-1856 (Paul), review of, 73.3 & 4:38
Bluemle, John P., review of, 81.4:35-36
Boarding schools, and quilting, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Boarding School Seasons: American Indian Families (Child), review of, 66.3 & 4: 62
Bodmer, Karl – artist, and Square Buttes, 75:1 & 2: 15-23; and James Kipp,77:1 & 2, 2-35
Bodmer, Paul, review by, 69.1: 35
Boe, Christian–private, First North Dakota Infantry Regiment, E Company (Williston), 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Bogue, Allan G., review of, 66.3 & 4: 61
Bohr, Roland, review of, 80:1, 34-36
Bolz, Peter, review of, 69.1: 34
Bonanza farm, Amenia and Sharon Land Company, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Boosterism, and auto tourism, 67.1: 23-45
Borealosuchus–prehistoric crocodile, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 26-36; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 26-36
The Borderlands of the American and Canadian Wests: Essays on Regional History of the Forty-ninth Parallel, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Boren, John C. – Farmer, Civil War Veteran, 75:1 & 2: 2-15
Boren, Mary Jane Woods Pennell -- Farm Wife, 75:1 & 2: 2-15
Boren, Roscoe C. – son of John and M.J. Boren, 75:1 & 2: 2-15
Bosau-Allen, Judith M., review by, 68.4: 41
Botkin, Daniel B., article by, 66.2: 15-22
Bottineau, John B.–attorney, and Turtle Mountain Reserve land dispute, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Boucher, N. F.–warden of North Dakota State Prison, 68.1: 20-36
Bound in Twine: The History and Ecology of the Henequen-Wheat Complex for Mexico and the American and Canadian Plains, 1880-1950, review of, 75:3 & 4: 54
Bowman, Carl F., review of, 70.3: 38
Bowman, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Boyd, William S., on Guadalcanal, 66.1: 2-15
Brady, Lisa M., review by, 71.3 & 4: 49
Brandt, Thompson, article by, 67.1: 10-22
Braun, Sebastian, reviews by, 75:1 & 2: 26-42, 75:3 & 4: 54, 81.3: 35-36; review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Braun, Sebastian Felix, Gregory Gagnon, Birgit Hans, review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Brave Bull McLaughlin, Mary---quilter from Standing Rock, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
“Breaking an 1889 Glass Ceiling: Laura J. Eisenhuth,” 79:1, 13-25
Brennan, J. William, review by, 66.3&4: 65
Brenner, Ernst–Turtle Mountain Reserve subagent and Farmer-in-Charge, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Briggs, Pierson (Pete), and William Avery Rockefeller, 66.1: 21-37
Britton, Marcia, review by, 70.1: 40
Brizée-Bowen, Sandra L., review of, 72.3 & 4: 60
Brontops–prehistoric mammal, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 37-47; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 37-47
Brookwood Labor College, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Brotherton, David–major, letter by, 69.2, 3, & 4: 107-109
Brudvig, Jon L., reviews by, 66.3 & 4: 62, 68.4: 39
Brundsdale, Norman–governor/U.S. senator, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; appointment to Senate, 70.1: 2-25
Bryant, Keith, review by, 75:3 & 4: 56
Bucko, Raymond A., review by, 72.3 & 4: 58
Buffalo Bull’s Back Fat–Blackfoot Indian, portrayed by Catlin, 70.4: 12-31
“‘The Buffalo Carcass on the Company Sink’: Sanitation at a Frontier Fort,” 69.2, 3, & 4: 50-60
Buffalo hunting, and the Turtle Mountain Chippewa, 71.3 & 4: 27-30; as portrayed in art, 71.3 & 4
Buffalo, conservation of, 71.3 & 4: 2-18; demise of, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Buffalo Inc.: American Indians and Economic Development, review of, 76.1 & 2: 46-54
Buffalos Gone East for Good–pictograph of Chippewa buffalo hunt, 71.3 & 4: 27-30
“The Builder: William L. Guy,” 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Building a House/Making a Home: A History of the North Dakota Governor’s Residence (Dalrymple), review of, 80.3: 31
Buildings of North Dakota (Martens and Ramsay), review of, 80.3: 31-32
Burdick Collection, SHSND, 67.3: 2-23       
Burdick, Eugene A.–attorney/judge, and his father Usher, 67.3: 2-23; and the Burdick Collection,
67.3: 2-23
Burdick, Jocelyn – U.S. Senator, and Gov. Sinner, 75.3 & 4, 2-53
Burdick, Quentin–attorney/U.S. senator, and campaign versus Davis, 70.1: 2-25; and his father Usher, 67.3: 2-23; and William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; election to U.S. House and Senate, 67.4: 20-35
Burdick, Usher L.–attorney/U.S. representative, early political life of, 67.3: 2-23; and his final
years in office, 67.4: 20-35
Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Turtle Mountain Ojibwas and Métis, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Burke, John–governor/lawyer/U.S. Treasurer, and Turtle Mountain Reserve land dispute, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Bush, George H.W. -- president, and Gov. Sinner, 75.3 & 4: 2-53
“‘But a Cog in the Underworld Machine’: Bootlegging, Corruption, and the Schumacher Family in Prohibition Era Fargo-Moorhead,” 81.1: 3-15
Butts, Michéle Tucker, review of, 71.3 & 4: 45
By His Own Hand? The Mysterious Death of Meriwether Lewis, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56

Calloway, Colin G., review of, 72.3 & 4: 58; 80:1, 34-36
Cambrian Period, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 2-7; fossils from, 73.1 & 2: 2-7
Cameahwait–Shoshone chief, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 71.3 & 4: 19-26, 72.1 & 2: 47-54
Camels, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 37-47
Camp, Gregory S., articles by, 69.1: 18-24, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79, 70.1: 28-35, 70.2: 22-30, 70.3: 26-35, 70.4: 2-10, 71.1 & 2: 65-71, 71.3 & 4: 19-26, 72.1 & 2: 47-54, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; reviews by, 70.1: 41, 71.1 & 2: 72, 72.1 & 2: 62; 74:3 & 4:45-56
Campbell, Hugh–U.S. attorney, and James McLaughlin, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Campbell, John Martin, review of, 71.1 & 2: 76-77
The Canadian Wheat Board: Marketing in the New Millennium (Schmitz and Furtan), review of, 67.4: 36
Cando, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Canfield, Thomas Hawley–early Fargo developer, 68.4: 2-25, 69.1: 25-28, 70.1: 36
Cannonball Sea–prehistoric ocean in N. Dak, 73.1 & 2: 26-36
Capitol, building fire, 68.4: inside back cover
Carrels, Peter, review of, 67.1: 36
Carrie T. Chaffee estate–remnant of bonanza farm, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Carrington, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Carroll, Eugene T., review by, 66.2: 40
Carroll, Francis, review of, 70.2: 33
Carroll, James T., review by, 68.4: 39, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Carstensen, Vernon, ed., review of, 66.3 & 4: 64
Carter, Jimmy–president, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46, and grain embargo against Soviet Union, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Carter, Sarah, ed., review of, 68.4: 41
Casler, Michael M., article by, 80.4: 3-13
Cass County Relief, and the Fargo Nursery School, 76:3 & 4, 2-15
Casselton, No.Dak., and George Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 54
Catlin, George–artist, and Four Bears, 70.4: 12-31; and red pipestone, 70.4: 11; and voyage up Missouri River, 70.4: 12-31; biography of, 70.4: 12-31; painting of Big Bend on the Upper Missouri, 70.4: front and back cover; painting of Sioux encampment, 70.3: back cover; paintings and writings of, 70.4: 12-31; plant and mineral observations of, 67.2: 16-25; and Square Buttes, 75:1 & 2: 15-23; and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Cattle industry, and newspapers, 67.2: 26-38
Cattlemen and Cow Town Editors: The Bad Lands Cow Boy of Dakota Territory,” 67.1: 26-38
Celebrating a Century of the American Anthropological Association (Darnell and Gleach, eds.),
review of, 71.3 & 4: 48-49
Champsosaurus–prehistoric reptile, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 26-36; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 26-36
The Changing Presentation of the American Indian: Museums and Native Cultures (National
Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution), review of, 69.1: 31
Charbonneau, Jean Baptiste–son of Sakakawea and Toussaint Charbonneau, 71.1 & 2: 65-71
Charbonneau, Toussaint–guide, Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.4: 2-10, 71.1 & 2: 65-71, 71.3 & 4: 19-26
Charles M. Russell: Printed Rarities from Private Collections, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Charlie Russell Roundup: Essays on America’s Favorite Cowboy Artist (Dippie, ed.), review of, 68.3: 43
“Chasing an Enigma: Frontier Photographer Orlando S. Goff,” 81.2: 3-26
Chasing the Glitter: Black Hills Milling, 1874-1959 (Clow), review of, 71.1 & 2: 73-75
Chateau de Mores, view of, 66.1: inside cover
“Chief Gall and Abe Lincoln’s Railroad,” 74:3 & 4:17-27
Child, Brenda J., review of, 66.3 & 4: 62
Child care, and the Fargo Nursery School, 76:3 & 4, 2-15
Child-rearing, customs of the Sioux, 66.3 & 4: 3-16
Children of the West: Family Life on the Frontier (Luchetti), review of, 70.2: 36
Children of the Western Plains: The Nineteenth-Century Experience (Holt), review of, 72.1 & 2: 61
Chiles, Robert, article by, 81.1: 16-31
Chinook Indians, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 72.1 & 2: 47-54, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Chippewa (Turtle Mountain), and establishment of Turtle Mountain Reservation, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; and U.S. Indian policy, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; poverty of, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; and Trenton, N. Dak., 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Christianity and quilting, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Christgau, John, review of,78:3 & 4, 35-40
Chouteau, Pierre, Jr.–fur trader, and Meriwether Lewis, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Church architecture, and Independence Congregational Church, 82.1: 3-17
Civilian Conservation Corps – in North Dakota; Indian Division in N. Dak., 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; work at state parks, 68.3: 14-19; 78.1 & 2: 23-36, 80.2: 18-21; Weldon Gratton and the North Dakota badlands, 80.2: 3-15
“The Civilian Conservation Corps in North Dakota,” 80.2: 18-21
Civil rights, and Senator William Langer, 76:3 & 4, 22-40; and American Indians, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Clark, William–explorer, 70.3: 26-35, 71.1 & 2: 65-71, 71.3 & 4: 19-26, 72.1 & 2: 47-54, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; and George Catlin, 70.4: 12-31; as superintendent of Indian affairs for Louisiana Territory, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; in St. Louis, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Climate change, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 2-60
Clinton, William Jefferson – president, 75:3 & 4: 54
Clow, Richmond L., article by, 71.3 & 4: 2-18; review of, 71.1 & 2: 73-75; review by, 74:1 & 2:
44-55; 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Coal (lignite), family mines, 67.2: 16-25; mining of, 67.2: 2-15 and gasification plant, and Gov. Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53, shortage of, 80.4: 14-30
Coal, Cuba, and Courage: The Adventuresome Spirit of Annie C. Lind,” 67.2: 2-15 
Cochran, Mary E., review of, 68.4: 39
Cody, William F. (“Buffalo Bill”)–scout and showman, and Sitting Bull, 72.3 & 4: 2-21; and Wild West shows, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
Cold War in a Cold Land: Fighting Communism on the Northern Plains (Mills), review of, 80.4: 34
Coleman, William S. E., review of, 70.2: 32
Collier, John–BIA director, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Collin, Andrea Winkjer, with Richard E. Collin, review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Collin, Richard E., review by, 70.3: 37; 74:3 & 4:45-56; 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Collins, Mary---minister and missionary on the Standing Rock Reservation, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Collins, Ross F., article by, 67.2: 26-38; review by, 79:1, 35-36
Colonel Richard Irving Dodge: The Life and Times of a Career Army Officer, review of, 74:3 &
4:45-56
Colonial wars, history of, 69.1: 18-24
Columns of Vengeance: Soldiers, Sioux, and the Punitive Expeditions 1863-1865, review of, 79:1, 35-36
Combat Officer; A Memoir of War in the South Pacific (Walker), review of, 73.3 & 4: 40
            Commission, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Allen Olson, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Community Chest, and the Fargo Nursery School, 76:3 & 4, 2-15
Comparing Cowboys and Frontiers (Slatta), review of, 66.3 & 4: 61-62
Confluence of Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers, a naturalist’s look at, 66.2: 15-22; description of by Meriwether Lewis, 69.2, 3, & 4: 84-87; landscape around 1800-2000, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23; wildlife at, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23
Connell-Szasz, Margaret, review by,75:1 & 2: 26-42
Conrad, Marc, article by, 80.2: 31-34
Conservation issues, in North Dakota, 66.2: 15-22
Constructing the Little House: Gender, Culture, and Laura Ingalls Wilder (Romines), review of, 67.4: 37
“The Construction and Reconstruction of Turtle River State Park,” 68.3: 14-19
Controlled Recklessness: Ed Lemmon and the Open Range (Sanderson), review of, 81.1: 34-35
Cook, Reverend Joseph W.–missionary, 67.3: 24-37
Cooke, Jay, and the Northern Pacific Railroad, 70.3: 2-18
Coomber, James E., review by,74:3 & 4:45-56
Cooper, Jerry, review of, 71.3 & 4: 46-47
Cooperative Commonwealth: Coops in Rural Minnesota, 1859-1939 (Keillor), review of, 67.2:
39
Cooperstown, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Corn priests (Mandan), pictograph of by Little Owl (Sitting Rabbit), 70.4: 2-10
Corcoran, James, review by, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Cordery, Stacy A., review by, 80.4: 34-35
“‘Corn in the Crib is like Money in the Bank’: George F. Will and the Oscar H. Will & Company, 1917 – 1955,” 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Corn Palaces and Butter Queens: A History of Crop Art and Dairy Sculpture, review of, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
 “The Corps of Discovery and the Final Challenges in Reaching the Pacific Ocean,” 72.1 & 2: 47-54
“The Corps of Discovery Takes Shape,” 70.3: 26-35
Corry, E. N.–U.S. Court Commissioner, and James McLaughlin, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Cottrell, B.J. and L.H. Larson, review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
“Courting the Farm Vote on the Northern Plains: Presidential Candidate Al Smith, Governor Walter Maddock, and the Ambivalent Politics of 1928,” 81.1: 16-31
Coutts, Robert J., review of, 69.1: 32
            cover, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; at Fort Stevenson, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; and the Civil War, 73.3 & 4: 2-
Cowboy Poetry and Cowboy Poets (Stanley and Thatcher, eds.), review of, 68.1: 37
Cowboys, newspaper articles about, 67.2: 26-38
Cowboys, Ranchers and the Cattle Business: Cross-Border Perspectives on Ranching History (Evans, Carter, and Yeo, eds), review of, 68.4: 41
Coyote Warrior: One Man, Three Tribes, and the Trial that Forged a Nation (VanDevelder),    review of, 73.3 & 4: 31
Creating Christian Indians: Native Clergy in the Presbyterian Church (Lewis), review of, 72.3 & 4: 64
Cretaceous Period, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 8-24; fossils from, 73.1 & 2: 8-24
Crime, in Fargo, 66.3 & 4: 41-50
Crosby, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Cross Ranch State Park–preservation of, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Cross, Raymond, review by, 72.1 & 2: 55
Crow’s Breast – Hidatsa chief, sketch of, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
Cuba, American colonies in, 67.2: 2-15
            culture of, 66.3 & 4: 3-16; de Trobriand and, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
Culbertson, Alexander—fur trader, and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Cult of Domesticity, and American Indian quilters, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Culture and Customs of the Sioux Indians, review of, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Custer, Elizabeth Bacon – military wife and writer, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
Custer, George A., and conflict with David Stanley, 70.3: 2-18; and Yellowstone Surveying Expedition of 1873, 70.3: 2-18; newspaper accounts of Sioux skirmishes written by, 70.3: 2-18; and Gall, 74:3 & 4:17-27; and writings about, photograph of, 76:3 & 4, 22-40; and photographs by Orlando S. Goff, 81.2: 3-26
Custer's Trials: A Life on the Frontier of a New America (Stiles), review of, 82.1: 37
Cut Nose–Nez Perce chief, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Cutting into the Meatpacking Line: Workers and Change in the Rural Midwest (Fink), review of, 66.2: 38

Dahl, C. P.–1960 Republican candidate for governor, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Dalrymple, Betsy, review of, 80.3: 31
Dakota Circle: Excursions on the True Plains (Isern), review of, 69.1: 35
Dakota Conflict of 1862, and Gall, 74:3 & 4:17-27
Dakota Cross-Bearer: The Life and World of a Native American Bishop (Cochran), review of,
68.4: 39
Dakota Doughboys in the Desert: The Experiences of a North Dakota National Guard Company during the Mexican Border Campaign of 1916-1917,” 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Dakota Indians, see Sioux
Dakota: The Story of the Northern Plains, review of, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Daley, Janet, see also Jury, Jan Daley, review by, 69.1: 33, 71.1 & 2: 73
Danbom, David B., articles by, 66.3 & 4: 41-50, 70.2: 2-21; review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56; review by, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Danbom, David B. and Karen R., article by, 76:3 & 4, 2-15
Dance in a Buffalo Skull, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Dance stick, sandhill crane, 66.2: 5
Danz, Harold, review of, 66.1: 38
Darnell, Regna, ed., review of, 71.3 & 4: 48-49
Dasovich, Steve,  review by, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Davies, Richard O., ed., review of, 72.3 & 4: 62
Davis, John E.–governor, 67.4: 20-35; and Quentin Burdick, 70.1: 2-25; and Carroll Day, 70.1: 2-25; and Milton Rue, 70.1: 2-25; and appointment of Norman Brunsdale to U.S. senate, 70.1: 2-25; and highway construction, 70.1: 2-25; and Nonpartisan League, 70.1: 2-25; and railroad unions, 70.1: 2-25; and Republican Organizing Committee, 70.1: 2-25; and William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; as American Legion commander, 70.1: 2-25; as army officer in WWII, 70.1: 2-25; as Civil Defense Director, 70.1: 2-25; as governor, 70.1: 2-25; as state senator, 70.1: 2-25; boyhood, 70.1: 2-25; campaign advertisement for, 70.1: front cover; military medals of, 70.1: back cover
Davison, Kathleen, article by, 70.1: 26-27; article/sidebar by, 74:1 & 2: 26-27; 74:3 & 4:28-44
Davison, Kathleen, Bonnie T. Johnson and Neil D. Howe, eds., review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Dawes Act, and Turtle Mountain Ojibwas and Métis, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Day, Carroll E.– state senator, 70.1: 2-25
De Mores, Marquis, and A. T. Packard, 67.2: 26-38
De Smet, Father Pierre Jean–priest, 67.3: 24-37
De Trobriand, Philippe Regis–military commander, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; artwork of, 69.1: inside
cover, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; at Fort Stevenson, 73.3& 4:2-31;  and the Civil War, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; writings of, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
Dean, Virgil, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Dear Brother: Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark (Holmberg), review of, 72.1 & 2: 56
DeArment, Robert K., review of, 80:1, 34-36
DeLong, Winifred, review by, 72.1 & 2: 58
DeMallie, Raymond J., ed., review of, 70.3: 37
“Denbigh Station and Experimental Forest: Soil Conservation in the Plains States,” 78:1 & 2, 23-36
Democratic party, in the 1960s and 1970s, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Democratic-NPL alliance, 67.4: 20-35, 71.1 & 2: 2-49, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Dempsey, Hugh A., ed., review of, 72.3 & 4: 59
Department of Accounts and Purchases–establishment of, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Depression, and farm policy, 66.3&4: 31-40; in Fargo, 66.3 & 4: 41-50, 70.2: 2-21
DeSersa, Aaron, Jr., Clifton, and Esther Black Elk, review of, 70.1: 41
“The Designed Landscape of the North Dakota Badlands: Weldon and Marjorie Gratton, Faithful Stewards and Genuine Collaborators,” 80.2: 3-15
DeSomet, Michael–Sioux guide, a.k.a. Joseph DeSomet Lewis, 67.3: 24-37
Devil’s Bargains: Tourism in the Twentieth-Century American West (Rothman), review of, 66.3
& 4: 62  
Devils Lake, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
DeVries, Jacqueline R., review by, 68.4: 40
Dickson, Ephraim D., review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Diederich, Mark, review of, 75:3 & 4: 54
Di Silvestro, Roger L., review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Dickinson, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Dickson, Ephraim D., review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
DiDonato, Gail, review by, 68.4: 41
Diedrich, Mark, with Louis Garcia, review of, 77.3 & 4: 40, 81.1: 36
Dill, Chris, reviews by, 66.3 & 4: 63, 72.3 & 4: 61
Dinomummy: The Life, Death, and Discovery of Dakota, a Dinosaur from Hell Creek, review of,
74:3 & 4:45-56
Dinosaurs, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 16-24
Dinosaurs, Sharks, and Woolly Mammoths: Glimpses of Life in North Dakota’s Prehistoric Past,” 73.1 & 2: 2-60
Dippie, Brian W., ed., review of, 68.3: 43; review by, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
The Discontented Gopher, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
“The Dispossessed: The Ojibwa and Métis of Northwest North Dakota,” 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Dixon, Roland -- archaeologist and mentor to George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Dobak, William A., review by, 66.2: 37
Doerfler, Jill, review by, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Dogsleds, illustrations of, 69.1: inside cover
Domesticating the West: The Re-creation of the Nineteenth-Century American Middle Class,
review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Dorion, Pierre–trapper, as interpreter for Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.3: 26-35
Down and Out on the Family Farm: Rural Rehabilitation in the Great Plains, 1929 - 1945             (Grant), review of, 73. 3 & 4: 34
“Dr. Orin G. Libby: A Commemoration of the Father of North Dakota History,” 68.4: 2-25
Drache, Hiram M.,  review by, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Draft/conscription, and Senator William Langer, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
Drake, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Driver, Ina Mae---quilter from Mandaree, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Dromaeosaurs–dinosaurs in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 16-24; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 16-24
Duke Paul of Wuerttemberg on the Missouri River (von Sachsen-Altenburg and Dyer), review
of, 66.3 & 4: 63
Dunbar, William–explorer, 70.2: 22-30
Dunbar-Hunter Expedition, 70.2: 22-30
Duncan, Dayton, review of, 73.3 & 4: 36
Duttenhefner, Kathy, article by, 80.2: 38-41
Dust Bowl, causes of, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23
Dyer, Robert L., review of, 66.3 & 4: 63

E Company–Williston, N. Dak. National Guard unit, and Mexican Border Campaign of 1916-1917, 71.1 & 2: 50-64; roster of, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Early American Decorative Arts, 1620-1860 (Krill and Eversmann), review of, 70.2: 35
Earth Woman (Sak’wi’ah’ki, or Mary Kipp)—see Sak’wi’ah’ki
Eastend, Sask., history of, 66.1: 16-20
Economy, development in the 1960s and 1970s, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; crisis in the 1980s, 74:1 & 2: 2-
35
Edgerton, Keith, review by, 74:1 & 2: 44-55; 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Edmontosaurus, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 16-24; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 16-24
Eighmey, Rae Kathleen, review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Eisenhuth, Laura J.— North Dakota superintendent of public instruction and first woman elected to statewide office in the US, 79:1, 13-25; and politics in North Dakota, 79:1, 13-25; as teacher, 79:1, 13-25; and 1892 and 1894 elections, 79:1, 13-25; and State Library, 79:1, 13-25; and compulsory education, 79:1, 13-25;
Ekquist, Karla, review by, 70.2: 34
“Eliminating ‘Blight’: Urban Renewal Comes to Fargo,” 80:1, 14-27
Elk Butte Women’s Society, Standing Rock, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Ellison, Douglas W., review by, 77.3 & 4: 40; review of (ed.), 80.2: 51-52
Elmer L. Andersen: A Man’s Reach (Andersen), review of, 70.1: 39
Elmslie, George Grant-architect, work in Bismarck, 81.3: 16-31
Emergency Farm Mortgage Act, 66.3 & 4: 31-40
Emergency Nursery Schools, 76:3 & 4, 2-15
Emerson, Thomas E., review of, 70.1: 37
Emmons, David M., review by, 71.1 & 2: 77
Empire of Dust: Settling and Abandoning the Prairie Dry Belt (Jones), review of, 71.3 & 4: 49
Encounter on the Great Plains: Scandinavian Settlers and the Dispossession of Dakota Indians, 1890-1930 (Hansen), review of, 81.3: 35-36
Employment in Fargo, and class, 70.2: 2-21; and gender, 70.2: 2-21; during Depression, 70.2: 2-21
Encyclopedia of Local History (Kammen and Prendergast, eds.), review of, 69.1: 34
Encyclopedia of the Great Plains (Wishart), review of, 73.3 & 4: 37
Encyclopedia of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Woodger and Toropov), review of, 72.3 & 4: 61
Energy boom in 1970s, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and State Water Commission, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and taxation, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; in western N. Dak., 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Allen I. Olson, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Engelhardt, Carroll, article by, 68.4: 26-38; reviews by, 68.2: 39, 71.3 & 4: 44-45, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Eocene Epoch, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 37-47; fossils from, 73.1 & 2: 37-47
Equity cooperative movement, 67.3: 2-23
Erickson, Doug, review of, 72.3 & 4: 63
Erickson, Vern–artist, painting of Fort Mandan, 70.4: 2-10; painting of Hidatsa chief Le Borgne meeting York, 71.1 & 2: 65-71
Erik Ramstad and the Empire Builder (Keillor), review of, 71.3 & 4: 44-45
Evans, Henry–captain, First North Dakota Infantry Regiment, E Company (Williston), 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Evans, John Thomas–fur trader and explorer, 68.2: 27-37
Evans, Simon, ed., review of, 68.4: 41
Evans, Sterling, article by, 68.1: 20-36; reviews of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42; 75:3 & 4: 54; reviews by, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Eversmann, Pauline K., review of, 70.2: 35
Ewig, Rick, review by, 74:1 & 2: 44-55, 77:3 & 4, 40
Ewiger Saatz: Everlasting Yeast, the Food Culture of the Germans from Russia in Emmons County, Logan County, and McIntosh County, North Dakota (Balcom), review of, 80.2: 52
 “Experiences as a Member of President Lincoln’s Bodyguard, 1863-65,” 74:3 & 4:6-16
The Extraordinary Work of Ordinary Writing: Annie Ray’s Diary (Sinor), review of, 72.1 & 2: 62
Eye of the Explorer: Views of the Northern Pacific Railroad Survey, 1853-1854, review of,77:3 & 4, 40

Faces of the Great Plains: Prairie Wildlife (Johnsgard and Gress), review of, 72.1 & 2: 60
Fahlgren Report, on Turtle Mountain Ojibwas and Métis, 69.2, 3, & 4: 110-112
Falley, Hazel Quick-FERA and WPA division director, 81.4:3-15
Family, Politics, and Show Business: The Photographs of Sitting Bull,” 72.3 & 4: 2-21     
Fancher, Fredrick—governor, and the North Dakota Constitutional Convention, 79:1, 4-12
 “Fargo and the Great Depression,” 66.3 & 4: 41-50
Fargo, N. Dak., auto racing in, 74:1 & 2: 36-43; and employment practices during Depression,           
70.2: 2-21; and social conventions in the 1930s, 70.2: 2-21; and the Lake Superior and Puget Sound Company, 70.1: 36; and the Northern Pacific Railroad, 68.4: 26-38, 69.1: 25-28; history of, 66.3 & 4: 41-50, 68.4: 26-38; Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22; Civic Center, 80:1, 14-27; and Urban Renewal, 80:1, 14-27; and West Acres Shopping Center, 80:1, 14-27;
Fargo Nursery School, 76:3 & 4, 2-15
Fargo Opera House, 67.1: 10-22
Fargo Public Schools, and the Fargo Nursery School, 76:3 & 4, 2-15
Fargo Urban Renewal Agency, 80:1, 14-27
Farm policy, during the Depression, 66.3 & 4: 31-40
Farm program-federal, 66.3 & 4: 31-40
Farming, and the Oscar H. Will & Company, 76:1 & 2, 2-25       
Farmers Holiday Association, and Usher Burdick, 67.3: 2-23
Farmers Union, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; in McKenzie County in the 1920s and
‘30s, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; Junior youth movement, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Father Francis M. Craft: Missionary to the Sioux (Foley), review of, 71.1 & 2: 77-78
Fauchald, Nora–singer, 67.1: 10-22
Federal Aid to Wildlife Protection Act, see also Pittman-Robertson Act, 78:1 & 2, 2-22
Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA), 76:3 & 4, 2-15; and recreation/theater program, 81.4: 3-15
Federal Reserve, and effect on agriculture, 66.3 & 4: 31-40
Feick, George Jr.-architect, work in Bismarck, 81.3: 16-31
Feraca, Stephen E., review of, 66.2: 40
Field, Bruce E., review of, 67.1: 37
“Fifty Years Later: One Moment that Changed Clint Hill’s Life,” 78:3 & 4, 22-34
Fighting Bob La Follette: The Righteous Reformer (Unger), review of, 70.1: 37
Filibustering, and Senator William Langer, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
Finding Lewis and Clark: Old Trails, New Directions, review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Finding the West: Explorations with Lewis and Clark (Ronda), review of, 71.1 & 2: 72
Fink, Deborah, review of, 66.2: 38
Finlayson, Christine – North Dakota Supervisor of Home Economics Education, and the Fargo Nursery School, 76:3 & 4, 2-15
Fire, impact of on Great Plains environment, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23; use of by Native Americans, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23
Firkus, Angela, review by, 77.3 & 4:40, 81.4:36
First North Dakota Infantry, and the Spanish-American War, 81.3: 3-15; and the Philippine-American War, 81.3: 3-15; and Mexican Border Campaign of 1916-1917, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Fish in the Lakes, Wild Rice, and Game in Abundance: Testimony on Behalf of Mille Lacs Ojibwe Hunting and Fishing Rights (McClurken), review of, 67.3: 38
Fisher, Clyde–scientist, and Woodcraft League “Indian Expedition,” 70.3: 19-25
Fiske, Frank Bennett–photographer, and One Bull, 66.3 & 4: 3-16
Fiske, Jo-Anne, ed., review of, 67.3: 38-39
Fjelde, Herman O, and Lincoln bust gift to Norway, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Fjelde, Jakob—sculptor, father of Paul, and early death, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Fjelde, Margrethe, mother of Paul, homesteader, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Fjelde, Paul—sculptor, and Lincoln bust, 74:3 & 4:28-44;
“‘A Flagrant Outrage’: James McLaughlin, Indian Country, and Illegal Bison Hunting,” 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Flathead Indians, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 72.1 & 2: 47-54
Fleming, Chuck – Gov. Sinner’s Chief of Staff, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Flight of the Odegard, review of,75:1 & 2: 26-42
Florence: The True Story of a Country Schoolteacher in Minnesota and North Dakota (Wendland), review of, 72.1 & 2: 58
Flores, Dan, review of, 71.1 & 2: 72-73, 81.3: 34-35
Fly, Joseph–Hampton student, 68.3: 20-42
Foley, James W.—poet laureate of ND, and poem to commemorate the Lincoln bust gift to Norway in 1914, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Foley, Thomas W., review of, 71.1 & 2: 77-78, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Foley, William E., review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Folk medicine, of German-Russians, 66.3 & 4: 51-60
Folsom, Cora Mae-Hampton educator, 68.2: 2-23
Food Will Win the War: Minnesota Crops, Cooks, and Conservation during World War I, review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
For All to See: The Little Bighorn Battle in Plains Indian Art (Brizée-Bowen), review of, 72.3 & 4: 60
Forgotten Fires: Native Americans and the Transient Wilderness (Stewart), review of, 71.3 & 4
Forgotten Lives: African Americans in South Dakota, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Former Governors’ Mansion, and Grace Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; history of, 70.1: 26-27; preservation of, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; view of, 66.3 & 4: inside cover
Fort Abraham Lincoln, and Elizabeth Bacon Custer, 76:3 & 4, 16-21; State Park, 80.2: 22-25
“Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park: A Beacon for Life on the Prairie,” 80.2: 22-25
Fort Berthold (originally Fort James),, de Trobriand at, 73.3 & 4: 2-31, sketches of, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and quilters, quilts, and quilting, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Fort Berthold Reservation, and Gov. Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Rev. Charles Hall and Independence, 82.1: 3-17
Fort Buford and Great Sioux War, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49; and protection of surveying crews, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49; and reliance on steamboat, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49; clothing and equipment deficiencies at, 69.2, 3, & 4: 101-104; history of, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49; life at, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-60, 98-100; military correspondence from, 69.2, 3, & 4: 90-109; nutrition at, 69.2, 3, & 4: 94-97; photo of regimental band at, 69.2, 3, & 4: back cover; post trader at, 69.2, 3, & 4: 105-106; primary documents from, 69.2, 3, & 4: 81-112; return of Sitting Bull to, 66.3 & 4: 3-16, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49, 107-109; sanitation at, 69.2, 3, & 4: 50-60; view of, 66.2: inside cover
Fort Clark, and George Catlin, 70.4: 12-31; and Mih-tutta-hang-kusch, 70.4: 12-31, 77:1 & 2,        36-39;  and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; archaeological excavations and investigations at,       77:1 & 2, 36-39;
Fort Clark and Its Indian Neighbors: A Trading Post on the Upper Missouri, review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
Fort Floyd, excavations of, 80.4: 3-13; and James Kipp, 77.1 & 2: 2-35, 80.4: 3-13; location of, 80.4: 3-13
Fort Laramie Treaty, and Fort Buford, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49
Fort Lincoln, and Mexican Border Campaign of 1916-1917, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Fort Makay, 68.2: 27-37
Fort Mandan, construction of, 70.4: 2-10
Fort Piegan, and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Fort Ransom, N. Dak., history of, 67.1: 2-9
Fort Stevenson, history of, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; de Trobriand at, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; sketches of, 73.3 &
4: 2-31; painting of trader’s store at, 69.1: inside cover; State Park, 80.2: 30
“Fort Stevenson State Park: Water Sports, Walleye, and More,” 80.2: 30
Fort Totten, de Trobriand at, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; sketch of, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
Fort Totten Indian School, and quilting, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Fort Union and the Upper Missouri Fur Trade (Barbour), review of, 70.2: 31
“The Fort Union of the National Park Service,” 69.2, 3, & 4: 24-32
Fort Union, architect of, 80.4: 3-13; reconstruction of, 69.2, 3, & 4: 24-32; and George Catlin, 70.4: 12-31; and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Fort, Greenbury–Illinois Representative, and protection of buffalo, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Forts of the Northern Plains: Guide to Historic Military Posts of the Plains Indian Wars, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Fortier, Andrew C., review of, 70.1: 37
Forty and Eights (boxcars), 67.4: 2-19 & inside back cover
Fossils, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 2-60; significance of, 73.1 & 2: 2-5
Fossils, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 2-60; significance of, 73.1 & 2: 2-5
Four Bears–Mandan chief, and George Catlin, 70.4: 12-31; descendants of, 70.4: 32-36
The Four Hills of Life: Ojibwe Wisdom, review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Four Robes–wife of Sitting Bull, photographs of, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
Fox, Andrew–Hampton student, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42
Fox Hills Sea–prehistoric ocean in N. Dak, 73.1 & 2: 8-15
Frazier, Lynn J.–governor/senator, 66.3 & 4: 31-40
Frazier-Lemke Refinancing Bill, 66.3 & 4: 31-40
A Free and Hardy Life: Theodore Roosevelt’s Sojourn in the American West, review of, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Frederick Jackson Turner: Strange Roads Going Down (Bogue), review of, 66.3 & 4: 61
French Gratitude Train, 67.4: inside back cover
Frissell, Hollis Burke–Hampton educator, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42
Frogner Park, Oslo (Kristiania)—site of Lincoln bust, gift to Norway from North Dakota, 74:3 & 4:28-44
From Prairie Farmer to Entrepreneur: The Transformation of Midwestern Agriculture, review
of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
From the Banat to North Dakota. A History of the German-Hungarian Pioneers in Western    
North Dakota, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
“From the Sites: Fort Clark Trading Post,” 77:1 & 2, 36-39
“From Theodore Roosevelt to the Izaak Walton League, a Social History of Hunting in North Dakota, 1880 -1950,” 78:1 & 2, 2-22
The Frontier Army in the Settlement of the West (Tate), review of, 68.2: 38
Frontier Children (Peavy and Smith), review of, 68.4: 40
Frontier Diplomats: The Life and Times of Alexander Culbertson and Natoyist Siksina (Wischmann), review of, 69.1: 31
Frontier Farewell: The 1870s and the End of the Old West, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
The Frontier Missionary:  Three Tribes.  A Man of God.  A Journey of Faith, review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
The Frontier Scout–newspaper at Fort Union, Fort Rice, 69.2, 3, & 4: 88-89; July 27, 1864 issue, 69.2, 3, & 4: 89
Frontier Soldier: An Enlisted Man’s Journal of the Sioux and Nez Perce Campaigns, 1877 (Zimmer), review of, 66.2: 37-38
Frosted, Thomas–Hampton student, 68.3: 20-42
Fuller, Edward M.–nurseryman, 68.1: 2-19
Fundingsland, Kim,review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Fur trade, and depletion of bison, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23; and the North West Company, 71.3 & 4: 31-42; as legacy of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; at Pembina, 71.3 & 4: 31-42; history of, 68.2: 27-37, 70.2: 22-30; on the Upper Missouri, 68.2: 27-37, 70.1: 28-35
Furtan, Harley, review of, 67.4: 36
“Further Thoughts on President Abraham Lincoln,” 75:1 & 2: 24-25

Gagnon, Gregory, reviews by, 70.2: 32, 72.3 & 4: 65; 74:3 & 4:45-56; 75:1 & 2: 26-42; 77:3 & 4, 40, 78:1 & 2, 37-43; review of, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Gagnon, Woody–director of administration for Governor Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Gall, or The-Man-That-Goes-In-The-Middle--Hunkpapa chief, and the Northern Pacific
Railway, 74:3 & 4:17-27; and the Treaty of Fort Laramie, 74:3 & 4:17-27; and Sitting Bull, 74:3 & 4:17-27; and Custer, 74:3 & 4:17-27
Gallagher, Marsha V., and Stephen S. Witte, ed., review of, 75.1 & 2: 26-40, 78.1 & 2: 37-43, 80.4: 35-36
Galvanized Yankees on the Upper Missouri: The Face of Loyalty (Butts), review of, 71.3 & 4:45
Gambling, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; 72:1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Gannon, Clell G. – artist and poet, and Oscar H. Will & Company catalog art, 76:1 & 2, 26-33;  and Burleigh County Courthouse, 76:1 & 2, 26-33;  and George Will and Russell Reid, 76:1 & 2, 2-25 and 26-33; and Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara history and culture, 76:1 & 2, 26-33; and San Haven tuberculosis sanitarium, 76:1 & 2, 26-33. Article by, 66.2: 2-14
Garcia, Louis, with Mark Diedrich, review of, , 77.3 & 4: 40, 81.1: 36
Gardening, and the Oscar H. Will & Company, 76:1 & 2, 2-25, and Albert F. Yeager, 76:1 & 2, 2-25, and Native American seeds, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Garrison Dam, and William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and Allen I. Olson, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Gateway to the Northern Plains: Railroads and the Birth of Fargo and Moorhead, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Geib, Harriet Hagen–sister of WWII MIA, 72.3 & 4: 25-37
Geist, Troyd, review by, 70.1: 39
Gender roles, and employment during Depression, 70.2: 2-21; and quilting, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
General Crook and the Western Frontier (Robinson), review of, 70.3: 37
Geologic formations, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 2-60
Geology of the Lewis and Clark Trail in North Dakota (Hoganson and Murphy), review of, 71.3
& 4:44
Geology, of N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 2-60
George Catlin, the Mandans, and the ‘Red Stone’ Quarry,” 70.4: 11
George McGovern: A Political Life, a Political Legacy (Watson), review of, 73.3 & 4
German-Russians, culture and history of, 66.3 & 4: 51-60; folk humor of, 66.3 & 4: 51-60
Ghost Dance, and Sitting Bull, 66.3 & 4: 3-16; at Standing Rock Reservation, 68.3: 20-42
Gidley, Mick, review of, 70.2: 35
Gifts from the Thunder Beings: Indigenous Archery and European Firearms in the Northern Plains and Central Subarctic, 1670-1870, review of, 80:1, 34-36
Gilman, Carolyn, review by, 70.4: 37, 81.3: 34
Gilman, Rhonda, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Gipp, David – president of United Tribes Technical College, and Gov. Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Giveaways, in American Indian society, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Giving Voters a Voice: The Origins of Initiative and Referendum in America (Piott), review of, 72.3 & 4: 58
Gjellstad, Melissa and Danielle Skjelver, trans., review of, 81.2: 30-31
Glaciers, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 48-55; effects on landscape, 73.1 & 2: 48-55
Gleach, Frederic W., ed., review of, 71.3 & 4: 48-49
Goble, Paul, review of, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Goff, Anna E. “Annie” Eaton—music teacher and socialite, 81.2: 3-26
Goff, Orlando S.–photographer, 72.3 & 4: 2-24, 81.2: 3-26; and Sitting Bull, 72.3 & 4: 2-24, 81.2: 19
Going It Alone: Fargo Grapples with the Great Depression (Danbom) review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-
55
“Going to the Source,” 69.2, 3, & 4: 81-82
Gold Rush: The Black Hills Story (McDermott, comp., ed.), review of, 71.1 & 2: 73-75
Golden Rule Stores, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
A Good and Wise Measure: The Search for the Canadian-American Boundary, 1783-1842 (Carroll), review of, 70.2: 33
Good Roads Movement, 67.1: 23-45
Goble, Paul, review of, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Goodhouse, Dakota (Tuŋwéya Tȟokáheya) review by, 78:3 & 4, 35-40, 80:1, 34-36
Governor’s residence, and Governor Guy family, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; history of, 70.1: 26-27; and
Allen Olson family, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and George Sinner Family, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Governor–office of in N. Dak., 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46;74:1 & 2: 44-55; 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Grafton, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Graham, Charles “Shorty”–illustrator, watercolor of badlands by, 70.3: front cover
Grand Forks (Metropolitan) Opera House, 67.1: 10-22
Grand Forks, N. Dak., in the 1880s, 66.3 & 4: 17-30; Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22; and the flood of 1997, 82.1: 18-34
Grant, Frederick–son of president, and Yellowstone Surveying Expedition of 1873, 70.3: 2-18
Grant, Michael Johnson, review of, 73.3 & 4: 34
Grant, Ulysses, president of the U.S., and Gall, 74:3 & 4:17-27
Grass Dance of the Spirit Lake Dakota (Garcia with Diedrich), review of, 81.1: 36
Gratton, Marjorie Neuens, and the North Dakota badlands, 80.2: 3-15
Gratton, Weldon, and the Civilian Conservation Corps, 80.2: 3-15; and the National Park Service, 80.2: 3-15; and landscape design in the North Dakota badlands, 80.2: 3-15
Grave Secrets of Dinosaurs: Soft Tissues and Hard Science, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Great Depression, and the Oscar Will company, 76:1 & 2, 2-25; and Albert F. Yeager, 76:1 & 2, 34-45, and Nursery Schools, 76:3 & 4, 2-15; and J.C. Penney, 77:3 & 4, 2-22; and hunting, 78:1 & 2, 2-22
Great Northern Railroad, and establishment of Trenton, N. Dak., 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; and Fort
Buford, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49
The Great Plains during World War II (Hurt), review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
A Great Plains Reader (Quantic and Hafen, eds.), review of, 72.1 & 2: 59
Great Sioux Agreement of 1889, and Sitting Bull, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
Great Sioux Reservation, and buffalo hunting, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Great Sioux War Orders: How the United States Army Waged War on the Northern Plains, 1876-1877, review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
Great Wildlife of the Great Plains (Johnsgard), review of, 72.1 & 2: 60
Green, Charles, pictograph of Chippewa buffalo hunt by, 71.3 & 4: 27-30
Green, Jerry, review by, 66.2: 38-39
Greene, Julie, ed., review of, 66.2: 40
Greet the Dawn: The Lakota Way, review of, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Gress, Bob, review of, 72.1 & 2: 60
Grijalva, James M, review by, 67.3: 38
Grinder’s Inn (Natchez Trace, Tenn.)–site of Meriwether Lewis’s suicide, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Gronna, Asle J.-U.S. senator, 68.3: 2-13
Gross, Stephen, review by, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Growing Up with the Town: Family and Community on the Great Plains (Schwieder), review of,
71.3 & 4: 51
Grygiel, Carolyn E., review by, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Guadalcanal, battle of, 66.1: 2-15, 66.2: 23-35
“Guardian of the Land: Arthur A. Link,” 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Guice, John D.W., review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Gulliford, Andrew, review of, 70.2: 33
Gunlogson, G. B., and Icelandic State Park, 80.2: 26-28
Gunlogson Nature Preserve, 80.2: 31-34
Gutensohn, Linda, review by, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Guy, James–brother of governor, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Guy, Jean Mason–first lady, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and Lyndon Johnson, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and Kennedy Memorial Center, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and life in new governor’s residence, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and North Dakota Agricultural College, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; girlhood, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; marriage to William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Guy, William, Sr.–father of governor, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Guy, William–governor, 67.4: 20-35, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and Quentin Burdick, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; bust
of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55; and state constitutional convention, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and Garrison Diversion, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and governmental reorganization, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and growth of Democratic-Nonpartisan League party, 71.1 & 2: 2-49, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Hubert Humphrey, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and Lyndon Johnson, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and John F. Kennedy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and Art Link, 71.1 & 2: 2-49, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Robert McCarney, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and media, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and North Dakota Agricultural College, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and North Dakota Community Foundation, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and personal property tax, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and Vietnam War, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and Milton Young, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; as chair of National Governors’ Conference, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; as governor, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; as naval officer in WWII, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; as state legislator, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; boyhood, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; marriage to Jean Mason, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; political campaigns of, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; statue of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55; and Kennedy assassination, 78:3 & 4, 19-20
Gwaltney, William W., review by, 66.3 & 4: 61
Gwin, Lyle, article by, 70.4: 32-36

Hackemer, Kurt, review by, 71.3 & 4: 45
Hafen, P. Jane, ed., review of, 72.1 & 2: 59
Hafermehl, Louis N., articles by, 69.1: 2-17, 81.2: 3-26; review by, 68.1: 39
Hagen, Bruce–public service commissioner, and William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Hagen, Geraldine Wisehart–widow of WWII MIA, 72.3 & 4: 25-37
Hagen, James–WWII airman, MIA, 66.1: 2-15, 72.3 & 4: 25-37
Hagen, John–WWII soldier/airman, articles by, 66.1: 2-15, 66.2: 23-35; as brother of MIA, 72.3 & 4: 25-37; war experiences of, 66.1: 2-15, 66.2: 23-35, 72.3 & 4: 25-37
Hagen, Olaf–physician, 66.1: 2-15, 72.3 & 4: 25-37; as candidate for U.S. Senate, 72.3 & 4: 25-
37; as father of WWII MIA, 72.3 & 4; political views of, 72.3 & 4: 25-37
Hakkon VII, King of Norway, and Lincoln bust gift from North Dakota, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Halcrow, Don, and 1964 gubernatorial campaign versus William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Hall, Charles Lemon-missionary, and Independence Congregational Church, 82.1:3-17
Hall, Kari A., review by, 82.1: 38
Hamilton, William T., review of, 80.2: 51-52
Hampsten, Elizabeth, review by, 72.1 & 2: 62
Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, history of, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42; Standing Rock students at, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42
Handy, Carolyn, review by, 68.1: 38
Handy-Marchello, Barbara, articles by, 75:1 & 2: 26-42, 76:1 & 2, 34-45, and 79:1, 4-12; review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55; review by, 77:1 & 2, 40-46;
Hanna, Louis B.–governor, 67.3: 2-23; and Mexican Border Campaign of 1916-1917, 71.1 & 2: 50-64; and Norwegian Centennial, 74:3 & 4:28-44; and Republican politics, 74:3 & 4:28-44; and Lincoln Statue, 74:3 & 4:28-44; and 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg reunion, 74:3 & 4:28-44; and Norway Tour, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Hans, Birgit, review by,75:1 & 2: 26-42; article by, 77:3 & 4, 23-39
Hansen, Karen V., review of, 81.3: 35-36
Hanson, James R., review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Hanson, Silas S.–buffalo hunter, and James McLaughlin, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Harding, Warren G.–president, and Frank White, 68.3: 2-13
Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, and views of the Red River Valley, 71.3 & 4: 31-42
Harper’s Weekly, and bison hunting, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
“Harry Lashkowitz: FDR’s North Dakota Champion,” 80:1, 3-13
“‘Harvest of Death in North Dakota’: The Political Economy of Coal, Railroads, and Weather in Early Progressive North Dakota,” 80.4: 14-30
Harvest of Dissent: The National Farmers Union and the Early Cold War (Field), review of, 67.1: 37
Harvey, Gretchen, review by, 67.4: 39
Harvey, Mark, article by, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49; reviews by, 67.1: 36, 68.2: 38, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Harvey, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Hassrick, Peter H., review of, 68.2: 38
The Haymakers: A Chronicle of Five Farm Families (Hoffbeck), review of, 68.2: 39
Haymond, John A., review of, 82.1: 39
Hazen, William B.–colonel, commander at Fort Buford, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49
“‘He Was a Man, Worthy of Respect’: Gender, Matrimony, and Moral Entitlement in Fargo,  
North Dakota, during the Great Depression,” 70.2: 2-21
Health of the Seventh Cavalry: A Medical History (Willey and Scott), review of, 81.1: 35-36
Hebron, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Hedren, Paul L., review of, 77:3 & 4, 40; 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Heidenreich-Barber, Virginia, review by, 67.1: 38
Hein, Hilde S., review of, 70.1: 40
Heitkamp, Heidi – tax commissioner, and Gov. Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Hell Creek Delta, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 16-24; fossils from, 73.1 & 2: 16-24
Helm, Merry M., review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Helper, Mary Ann – quilter, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Helstern, Linda, review by, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Henning, Darrell,review by,75:1 & 2: 26-42
Henning, Dale, review by, 77:3 & 4, 40
Henry Hastings Sibley: Divided Heart, review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Henry, Alexander the Elder–fur trader, and North West Company, 71.3 & 4: 31-42
Henry, Alexander the Younger–fur trader, and North West Company, 71.3 & 4: 31-42; in North
Dakota, 71.3 & 4: 31-42; journal of, 71.3 & 4: 31-42; Red River Valley landscape observed by, 71.3 & 4: 31-42; wildlife observed by, 71.3 & 4: 31-42
Her Holy Door–mother of Sitting Bull, photographs of, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
Hettinger, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Hidatsa agriculture, and George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Hidatsa villages, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.4: 2-10; and Independence Congregational Church, 82.1: 3-17
Higham, C. L., review of, 68.4: 39; Higham, Carol L. and Thacker, Robert,  eds., review of, 73.3
& 4: 42
Higheagle, Robert Placidus–Hampton student, 68.3: 20-42
Higher education, in D. T., 66.3 & 4: 17-30
Hill, Clint---US Secret Service agent, and Jacqueline Kennedy, 78:3 & 4, 22-34; and John F. Kennedy, 78:3 & 4, 22-34; and the JFK assassination, 78:3 & 4, 22-34
Hill, James J.–president of Great Northern Railroad, photo of, 69.1: inside cover
Hill, Pamela Smith, review of (ed.), 80.2: 51
Hillsboro, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Historic preservation, at University of N. Dak., 69.1: 2-17
Historic sites, acquisition and development of, 68.4: 2-25
Historical Data Project, 68.4: 2-25
The History of the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes of the Fort Peck Reservation, 1600–2012 (Miller, Smith, McGeshick, Shanley, and Shields), review of, 80.3: 32
History of the Norwegian Settlements: A Translated and Expanded Version of the 1908 De
Norske Settlementers Historie and the 1930 Den Siste Folkevandring Sagastubber fra Nybyggerlivet I Amerika, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
History, as a discipline, 68.4: 2-25
Hjelle, Walter–highway commissioner, and William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Hoffbeck, Steven R., review of, 68.2: 39
Hoffschwelle, Mary S., review by, 70.2: 35
Hofsommer, Don L., review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56, 76:3 & 4
Hoganson, John W., article by, 73.1 & 2: 2-60; review of, 71.3 & 4: 44; review by, 74:3 & 4:45- 
56
Hogue, Michel, review of, 81.1: 34
Hoheisel, Tim, review by, 69.1: 34, 77.1 & 2: 40-46
Hoig, Stan, review of, 74.3 & 4: 45-56
Holand, Hjalmer Rued, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Holding Eagle, James -- Mandan/Hidatsa son of Scattered Corn, and George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Holien, Reid, review of, 68.1: 39
Holland, Erik, review by, 74.1 & 2: 44-55, 76.1 & 2: 46-54, 76.3 & 4: 41-48, 80.4: 35-36, 81.4:35
Holmberg, James J., review of, 72.1 & 2: 56
Holmboe, Frithjof–filmmaker, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Holt, Marilyn Irvin, reviews of, 70.3: 36, 72.1 & 2: 61
Homesteading, and Margrethe Fjelde, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Honorable Warrior: General Harold K. Johnson and the Ethics of Command (Sorley), review
of, 66.1: 38
Hoover, Herbert Clark–US president, and 1928 election, 81.1: 16-31
Hoover, Herbert T., reviews by, 70.1: 38, 73.3 & 4: 39, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
The Horizontal World: Growing Up Wild in the Middle of Nowhere, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Hornbacher, Perry, review by, 81.2: 29
Horse, fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 37-55; impact on Native Americans, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23;in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 37-55
Horsepower and Horse Tracks: The Fargo Auto Races of 1915,” 74:1 & 2: 36-43.
Hudson, Lois Phillips, review by, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Hudson, Marilyn C., review by, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Hudson’s Bay Company, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.4: 2-10
Hugh Glass: Grizzly Survivor (McLaird), review of, 82.1: 37-38
Hultgren, Mary Lou, article by, 68.3: 20-42
Humor, of German-Russians, 66.3 & 4: 51-60
Hunkpapa Lakota–history and culture of, 66.3 & 4: 3-16; 74:3 & 4:17-27.  See also Sioux.
Hunt, William J. (Bill), Jr., review by, 74.3 & 4: 45-56, 81.1: 34
Hunt, David C., review by, 68.3: 43
Hunter, George–explorer, 70.2: 22-30
Hunting in North Dakota, 78:1 & 2, 2-22
Hurt, R. Douglas, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Hutchins, James S., ed., review of, 70.2: 31

I Paid All My Debts: A Norwegian-American Immigrant Saga of Life on the Prairie of North Dakota,  review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
 “‘I Shall Love the Land’: The Art of Clell Gannon,” 76:1 & 2, 26-33
Ice Age (Pleistocene Epoch), in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 48-55; fossils from, 73.1 & 2: 48-55
“Icelandic State Park Stands as a Model for Community Involvement,” 80.2: 26-28
The Identities of Marie Rose Delorme Smith: Portrait of a Métis Woman 1861-1960, review of, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Iles, Derric L., review by, 71.3 & 4: 44
“Images of World War II,” 72.1 & 2: 29-36
Immigrant Minds, American Identities: Making the United States Home, 1870-1930 (Overland), review of, 68.2: 39
Immigrant Mothers: Narratives of Race and Maternity, 1890-1925 (Irving), review of, 68.1: 38
Immigration, to North Dakota, 67.2: 2-15
Important Voices: North Dakota’s Women Elected State Officials Share Their Stories 1893-2013 (Wefald), review of, 80.4: 34-35
In the Mood for Munsingwear: Minnesota’s Claim to Underwear Fame, review of,78:3 & 4, 35-       40
In the Shadow of Wounded Knee: The Untold Final Story of the Indian Wars, review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
 “The Incorporation of America: The Northern Pacific, the Lake Superior and Puget Sound Company, and the Founding of Fargo-Moorhead,” 68.4: 26-38
Inculpatory Evidence: A Reexamination of the High Plains Smallpox Epidemic of 1837 with an Emphasis on the Mandan, review of,76:1 & 2, 46-54
"Independence beneath the Surface: A Historic Mission Church and the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation," 82.1: 3-17
Independence Congregational Church, founding and relocation, 82.1: 3-17
Independent Voters Association and the senatorial election of 1920, 68.3: 2-13
Independent Voters of America (see Independent Voters Association), and Usher Burdick, 67.3: 2-23
Indian boarding schools, assimilationist philosophy of, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42; at Hampton, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42; Standing Rock students at, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42
Indian Country, evolving definition of, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Indian life, as observed by de Trobriand, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
Indian Orphanages (Holt), review of, 70.3: 36
Indian policies, and fur trade, 70.2: 22-30; and land allotment, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; and Thomas Jefferson, 70.2: 22-30; and Turtle Mountain Ojibwas and Métis, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Indian Reorganization Act, and Turtle Mountain Ojibwas and Métis, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Indians and Emigrants: Encounters on the Overland Trails, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
The Indianization of Lewis and Clark, review of, 80:1, 34-36
The Infamous Dakota War Trials of 1862: Revenge, Military Law and the Judgment of History (Haymond), review of, 82.1: 39
Ingersoll, Thomas N., review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Inkpaduta–The Scarlet Point: Terror of the Dakota Frontier and Secret Hero of the Sioux (Van Nuys), review of, 72.1 & 2: 62
Innis, Ben–local historian, 69.2, 3, & 4: 60-61
Institutions, establishment of in D. T., 66.3 & 4: 17-30
Insurgent Democracy: The Nonpartisan League in North American Politics (Lansing), review of, 81.2: 29
International Motor Contest Association (IMCA), 74.1 & 2: 2-35
Introduction to the Remele Fellowships” 66.3 & 4: 2
Invisible and Inaudible in Washington: American Policies Towards Canada (Mahant and Mount), 68.1: 38
Irving, Katrina, review of, 68.1: 38
Irwin, Robert, review by, 67.4: 36
Iseminger, Gordon L., articles by, 68.4: 26-38, 80.3: 3-28; review by, 66.3 & 4: 64
Isern, Thomas D., articles by, 66.1: 16-20, 67.1: 2-9; review of, 69.1: 35
“‘It Was Easy to Get Involved’: An Interview with Governor John E. Davis,” 70.1: 2-25
Izaak Walton League, 78:1 & 2, 2-22

 

Jackson, Brenda K., review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Jackson, Donald, review of, 71.1 & 2: 78-79
J. C. Penney stores in North Dakota, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Jager, Rebecca K., review of, 81.3: 34
 “James Cash Penney and His North Dakota Stores,” 77:3 & 4, 2-22
 “James Kipp: Upper Missouri River Fur Trader and Missouri Farmer,” 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Jamestown, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Jansen, Robert, article edited by, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Janus, Stephen–Indian agent, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Jay Cooke’s Gamble: The Northern Pacific Railroad, the Sioux, and the Panic of 1873, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Jeanette Rankin: America’s Conscience (Smith), review of, 71.1 & 2: 79
Jefferson and the Indians: The Tragic Fate of the First Americans (Wallace), review of, 68.3: 43
Jefferson, Thomas—President, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.2: 22-30, 70.4: 2-10, 71.3 & 4: 19-26, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Jenkinson, Clay S., ed., review of, 70.4: 37, 78:1 & 2, 37-43; review by, 73.3 & 4: 35; article by, 78:3 & 4, 2-18
Jensen, Alfred J.–state insurance commissioner, and William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Jensen, Richard E., ed., review of, 70.2: 31
Jessaume, René–fur trader, interpreter for Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.4: 2-10
Jim Crow laws, and Senator William Langer, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
“John F. Kennedy and Theodore Roosevelt: Parallels and Common Ground, including North Dakota” 78:3 & 4, 2-18
“John Thomas Evans: An Overlooked Precursor to Lewis and Clark,” 68.2: 27-37
Johnsgard, Paul A., review of, 72.1 & 2: 60; 74:3 & 4:45-56
Johnson, Bonnie Tunnicliff, articles by, 76:1 & 2, 26-33; 76:3 & 4, 16-21; 77:1 & 2, 36-39
Johnson, Christopher L., review by, 77:1 & 2, 40-46; 79:1, 35-36
Johnson, Demcey, review by, 68.1: 37
Johnson, Harold K.–Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, 66.1: 38 and back cover
Johnson, Jeffrey A., review by, 73.3 & 4: 37
Johnson, Margaret–mother of Grace Johnson Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Johnson, Roy–father of Grace Johnson Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Johnson, Tim, ed., review of, 67.1: 38
Jondahl, Kimberly, review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48; article by, 78:3 & 4, 22-34
Jones, A.F., and Ganje, L.A., review of, 79:1, 35-36
Jones, David C., review of, 71.3 & 4: 49
Journal of a Mountaineer (Hamilton), review of, 80.2: 51-52
The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Vol. 13, Comprehensive Index (Moulton, ed.), review of, 71.1 & 2: 73
Julin, Suzanne Barta, review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Jungroth, James–attorney/state Democratic chairman, and 1974 campaign versus William Guy,     71.1 & 2: 2-49
Jury, Jan Daley, review by, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Jusseaume’s Post, 68.2: 27-37

Kammen, Carol, ed., review of, 69.1: 34
Kane, Thomas F.-president of University of North Dakota, 68.4: 2-25
Kane, Randy, review by, 82.1: 37
Kapler, Todd M., review by, 70.3: 39
Karch, Dieter, trans., review of, 80.4: 35-36
Karl Bodmer’s North American Prints (Ruud), review of, 73.3 & 4: 34
Kaye, Frances, ed., review of, 66.3 & 4: 64
Keeping Christmas: Yuletide Traditions in Norway and the New Land (Stokker), review of, 70.1: 40
Keillor, Steven, reviews of, 67.2: 39, 71.3 & 4: 44-45
Kelly, Carla, article by, 69.2, 3, & 4: 50-60; review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Kelly, David–N. Dak. Democratic national committeeman, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Kelley, Suzanne, review by,75:1 & 2: 26-42
Kelsch, Anne, article by, 71.3 & 4: 31-42; review by, 69.1: 32
Kennedy, Jacqueline---first lady, 78:3 & 4, 2-18, 22-34; and Clint Hill, 78:3 & 4, 22-34; and JFK assassination, 78:3 & 4, 22-34
Kennedy, John F.---president, 78:3 & 4, 2-18, 22-34; in North Dakota, 78:3 & 4, 2-18; assassination, 78:3 & 4, 22-34
Kennedy, Martha H., review of, 70.2: 35
Kennedy, Roger G., review of, 71.3 & 4: 50
Kensington Township, in Walsh County, 66.1: 21-37
Keogh, Barney–World War II pilot, 67. 4: 2-19
Keyser, James D., review of, 71.3 & 4: 47
“Kickapoo Oil, Blood Purifiers, and Laxatives: Patent Medicines in One North Dakota Community,” 80.3: 3-28
Kime, Wayne R., review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
King, Emma---quilter from Fort Yates, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Kipp, James–fur trader, biography of, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Fort Clark and Mih-tutta-hang-kusch, 77:1 & 2, 2-35 and 36-39; and building Upper Missouri trading posts, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and artists Carl Bodmer, George Catlin, and Rudolf Kurz, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Alexander Culbertson and Kenneth McKenzie, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Prince Maximilian, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and the Mandans, Hidatsas, and Arikaras, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and children Mary Ann, Louise Charlotte, Margart, Samuel, and Joseph, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and wives Mary Bloodgood, Elizabeth Rocheleau, and Sak’wi-ah-ki (Earth Woman), 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Missouri farm, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Mato-Tope, 77:1 & 2, 2-35.
Kipp, Joseph—trader, storekeeper, army scout, son of James Kipp and Earth Woman, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Fort Benton and Browning, Montana, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Blackfoot reservation, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and visit to Kipp’s Missouri farm, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and James Willard Schultz, 77:1 & 2, 2-35.
Kipp, Mary (Sak’wi-ah-ki, or Earth Woman)—see Sak’wi-ah-ki.
Kipp, Samuel—son of James Kipp and husband of Mariah Culbertson Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35;

Kenmare, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Klassen, Michael A., review of, 71.3 & 4: 47
Knauer, Christine, article by, 76:3 & 4, 3-15
Knife River Villages, see Mandan villages and Hidatsa villages
Koelling, Jill Marie, review of, 73.3 & 4: 38
Kohl, Martha, review of (editor), 81.4:36
Kopco, Mary A., review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Koupal, Nancy Tystad, review of, 69.1: 33
Kraybill, Donald B., review of, 70.3: 38
Kriegies, 67.4: 2-19
Krill, Rosemary Troy, review of, 70.2: 35
Kruger, David D., article by, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
K-T Boundary Extinction, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 25; causes of, 73.1 & 2: 25; impact on life worldwide, 73.1 & 2: 25
Kudelka, Scott R., article by, 80.2: 26-29, 80.2: 42-45
Kugel, Rebecca, review of, 66.2: 36
Kurz, Rudolph—artist, and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35

 

L.A. Huffman: Photographer of the American West, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
La Barge, Joseph—steamboat captain, and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
La Verendrye, Sieur de–explorer/fur trader, historical research about, 68.4: 2-25
Labor Histories: Class, Politics, and Working-Class Experiences (Arnesen, Greene, and Laurie), review of, 66.2: 40
LaFollette, Robert–presidential candidate, 66.3 & 4: 31-40
Lahlum, Lori Ann, review by, 70.1: 40, 76.3 & 4: 41-48, 80.2: 51
Lake Souris (glacial lake), 78:1 & 2, 23-36
Lake Superior and Puget Sound Company, 68.4: 26-38, 69.1: 25-28, 70.1: 36
Lakota Culture, World Economy (Pickering), review of, 70.1: 38
Lakota, and objection to the Northern Pacific Railway, 74:3 & 4:17-27; and quilting, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
The Lakotas and the Black Hills: The Struggle for Sacred Ground, review of, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Lamb, Joe – Bank of North Dakota president, and Gov. Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Lamson Cash Conveyer, and J.C. Penney stores, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
“Landscape Change at the Confluence,” 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23
Langdon, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Langer, William–attorney general/governor/senator, and Usher Burdick, 67.3: 2-23; as U. S. senator, 67.4: 20-35, and NDAC faculty, 76:1 & 2, 34-45; and civil rights, 76:3 & 4, 22-40; and Harry Lashkowitz, 80:1, 3-13;
Lanier, Powless W., and Harry Lashkowitz, 80:1, 3-13
Language, of German-Russians, 66.3 & 4: 51-60
Lanham Act (also known as the Community Facilities Act) of 1941, and the Fargo Nursery School, 76:3 & 4, 2-15
Lansing, Michael J., review of, 81.2: 29
Larimore, N. Dak., and the CCC, 68.3: 14-19
Larpenteur, Charles—fur trader, and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Larsen, Lawrence H., reviews by, 66.2: 37, 66.3 & 4: 61; review of (and B. J. Cottrell), 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Larson, Richard–lieutenant governor, and gubernatorial campaign versus Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Larson, Robert, article by, 74:3 & 4: 17-27
Lashkowitz, Harry--lawyer, politician, 80:1, 3-13; and Franklin D. Roosevelt, 80:1, 3-13; and Fargo Jewish community, 80:1, 3-13; and Powless W. Lanier, 80:1, 3-13; and William Langer, 80:1, 3-13; and 1936 Democratic Party Convention, 80:1, 3-13;
Lashkowitz, Herschel–state senator/Fargo mayor, and William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and urban renewal in Fargo, 80:1, 14-27.
Lass, William E., reviews by, 69.1: 31, 70.2: 31, 73.3 & 4: 42; review of, 66.2: 36, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Late Woodland Societies (Emerson, McElrath, and Fortier), review of, 70.1: 37
Lauck, Jon, reviews by, 67.4: 38, 71.3 & 4: 50; reviews of, 68.1: 37; 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Launius, Roger D.,review by,75:1 & 2: 26-42
Laurie, Bruce, ed., review of, 66.2: 40
Lawton, Henry Ware-major general, and the Philippine-American War, 81.3: 3-15
Leaf fossils, in N. Dak, 73.1 & 2: 16-24, 26-36
Leavelle, Tracy Neal, review by, 71.1 & 2: 77-78
Leaving North Dakota Behind,” 71.3 & 4: 19-26
Ledger Narratives: The Plains Indian Drawings of the Lansburgh Collection at Dartmouth College, review of, 80:1, 34-36
Lee, Alton R., review by, 67.2: 39; review of, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Leger-Anderson, Ann, review by, 68.1: 38
Legislative Assembly (N. Dak.), and 1960 reapportionment of legislative districts, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; evolution of in 1940s, ‘50s, and ‘60s, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Legislative Council, growth of, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Legislative Research Committee, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Leighton and Jordan store at Fort Buford, charge account journal from, 69.2, 3, & 4: 105-106
Leighton, Alvin C.–sutler, 69.2, 3, & 4: 105
“The Letters of Elizabeth Bacon Custer,”76:3 & 4, 41-48
Levingston, William, alias of William Avery Rockefeller, 66.1: 21-37
Levine, Beryl – Supreme Court Justice, and Gov. Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Levitas, Daniel, review of, 71.1 & 2: 79-80
Lewis and Clark Expedition, and Blackfeet Indians, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; and Chinook Indians, 72.1 & 2: 47-54, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; and encounters with Indians along Missouri River, 70.3: 26-35, 70.4: 2-10, 71.1 & 2: 65-71, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; and Flathead Indians, 72.1 & 2: 47-54; and Indian policy, 70.2: 22-30, 70.3: 26-35, 70.4: 2-10, 71.1 & 2: 65-71, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; Nez Perce Indians, 72.1 & 2: 47-54, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; and observation of landscape, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23; and Shoshone Indians, 71.3 & 4: 19-26, 72.1 & 2: 47-54; and Umatilla Indians, 72.1 & 2: 47-54; and U.S. fur trade, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; birds and mammals observed by, 66.2: 2-14, 70.3: 26-35, 71.3 & 4: 19-26; homecoming of, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; ideological underpinnings of, 69.1: 18-24, 70.2: 22-30; illnesses and medicines of, 71.1 & 2: 65-71; in Montana, 71.3 & 4: 19-26; in North Dakota, 67.3: 24-37, 70.4: 2-10, 71.1 & 2: 65-71, 71.3 & 4: 19-26, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; in the Pacific Northwest, 72.1 & 2: 47-54, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; in the Rocky Mountains, 72.1 & 2: 47-54; journals of, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; legacies of, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; mapping done by, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; on the Columbia River, 72.1 & 2: 47-54; payment and expenses of, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; planning of, 70.1: 28-35, 70.2: 22-30; plant and mineral observations of, 67.2: 16-25; precursors to, 68.2: 27-37, 70.1: 28-35; progress from Ohio River to upper Missouri, 70.3: 26-35; recruitment of members for, 70.3: 26-35; return journey of, 72.3 & 4: 38-57;
Lewis and Clark Journal, April 25, 1805, 69.2, 3, & 4: 84-87; publication history of, 69.2, 3, & 4: 83
Lewis, Bonnie Sue, review of, 72.3 & 4: 64
Lewis, Joseph DeSomet–purported son of Meriwether Lewis, 67.3: 24-37
Lewis, Meriwether–explorer, 70.3: 26-35, 70.4: 2-10, 71.1 & 2: 65-71, 71.3 & 4: 19-26, 72.1 & 2: 47-54, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; accidental shooting of, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; and Frederick Bates, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; and depression, 72.1 & 2: 47-54, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; and Indian policy, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; and training for expedition, 70.2: 22-30; as governor of Louisiana Territory, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; contacts with Yankton and Teton Sioux, 67.3: 24-37; decline and suicide of, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; in St. Louis, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; paternity claims on, 67.3: 24-37
Lewis, Miles D., review by, 72.3 & 4: 62
Lewis, Robert W., reviews by, 72.1 & 2: 59; 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Libby, Orin G.-- historian, biography of, 68.4: 2-25
Lidgerwood, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Lies Across America: What Our Historic Sites Get Wrong (Loewen), review of, 69.1: 33
Life of a Soldier on the Western Frontier, review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Life’s Journey—Zuya: Oral Teachings from the Rosebud, review of, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Like-a-Fishhook Village, artifacts from, inside back cover, 68.2; de Trobriand at, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; sketch of, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; movement to, 77:1 & 2, 36-39

Lincoln memorial busts, and Norway Centennial celebration, 74:3 & 4:28-44; and Paul Fjelde, 74:3 & 4:28-44; and July 4th celebrations, 74:3 & 4:28-44; and copies in Geneseo, IL, Bismarck, Valley City, and Hillsboro, ND, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Lincoln, Abraham -- president of the U.S., and Smith Stimmel, 74:3 & 4:2-5 and 6-16; and the Northern Pacific Railway, 74:3 & 4:17-27; and Western settlement, 74:3 & 4:17-27; Bust of, 74:3 & 4:28-44; Stimmel’s descriptions of, 74:3 & 4:6-16; and stable fire, 74:3 & 4:6-16; and battle at Fort Stevens, 74:3 & 4:6-16; and second inauguration, 74:3 & 4:6-16; assassination, 74:3 & 4:6-16; and portraiture, 75:1 & 2: 24-25; and bust of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Linton, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Little Fish: Head Chief of the Dakota on the Fort Totten Reservation,  review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
Lisbon, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22

Lind, Annie C.–colonist, farmer, and mine operator, near Wilton, N. Dak., 67.2: 2-15
Lind, John A.–colonist, farmer, and mine operator, near Wilton, N. Dak., 67.2: 2-15
Lindgren, H. Elaine, article by, 67.2: 2-15; review by, 70.2: 36
Lindner, Markus H., article by, 72.3 & 4: 2-21; review by,75:1 & 2: 26-42
Lindquist, Julie C., review by, 70.3: 36
Link, Anna Mencl–mother of governor, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Link, Arthur A.–governor, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Mark Andrews, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Bismarck State Bank, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Brookwood Labor College, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Norman Brunsdale, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Jimmy Carter, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Democratic-Nonpartisan League party, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and energy development in western N. Dak., 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Farmers Union, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and N. Dak. Centennial Commission, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Allen Olson, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46, 74:1 & 2: 44-55; and George Sinner, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and State Water Commission, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Earl Strinden, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; as governor, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; as state legislator, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; as U.S. congressman, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; boyhood, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; marriage to Grace Johnson, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; opposition to legalized gambling, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; political campaigns of, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; political philosophy of, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Link, Grace Johnson–first lady, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and preservation of Former Governors’ Mansion, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; girlhood, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; marriage to Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Link, John–father of governor, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Lips, Evan–state senator, Bismarck mayor, and William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and George Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Literary traditions, of the Plains, 67.1: 2-9
The Literature of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Beckham, Erickson, Skinner, and Merchant), review of, 72.3 & 4: 63
Little Bighorn, battle of, Arikara narrative about, 68.4: 2-25; Gall, Custer and, 74:3 & 4:17-27
Little Owl (Sitting Rabbit), pictograph of Mandan corn priests by, 70.4: 2-10; pictograph of Four Bears and Mih-Tutta-Hangkusch by, 70.4: 32-36
Little Shell–Chippewa chiefs, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; and buffalo hunt pictograph by Green, 71.3 & 4: 27-30
Living with Strangers: The Nineteenth-Century Sioux and the Canadian-American Borderlands, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Lloyd’s Opera House, in Jamestown, 67.1: 10-22
Loendorf, Lawrence L., review by, 71.3 & 4: 47
Loewen, James W., review of, 69.1: 33
Loftus, George, and rise of NPL, 67.3: 2-23
Long Hard Road: American POWs During World War II, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
 “Looking West: American Explorers and Traders before Lewis and Clark,” 70.1: 28-35
Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904), photo of, 70.2: inside cover
Louisiana Territory, in the early 1800s, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
“‘Lovesickness is the Worst Sickness’: The Letters of John C. Boren to His Wife, Mary Jane Woods Pennell Boren, June – July 1896,” 75:1 & 2: 2-14
Lovoll, Odd S., review of, 66.3 & 4: 63
Lower Brulé Reservation, in S. Dak., 67.3: 24-37
Lowitt, Richard, review by, 71.1 & 2: 75-76; review of, 72.3 & 4: 63
Lubetkin, M. John, article by, 70.3: 2-18; review by, 74:3 & 4:45-56; review of, 81.2:31-32
Luchetti, Cathy, review of, 70.2: 36
Lumry, Mabel Will – businesswoman, sister of George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Lumry, Rufus W. – Oscar H. Will & Company treasurer and son-in-law of Oscar Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25

MacDonald, Douglas, review of, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Mackay (McKay), James–fur trader and explorer, 68.2: 27-37; as predecessor of Lewis and Clark, 70.3: 26-35
MacKinnon, Doris Jeanne, review of, 78.1 & 2: 37-43
MacVaugh, Fred, review by, 81.2:31-32
Maddock, Walter – governor, and 1928 campaign, 81.1: 16-31; and Alfred E. Smith, 81.1: 16-31
Magnificent Failure: A Portrait of the Western Homestead Era (Campbell), review of, 71.1 & 2: 76-77
Mahant, Edelgard, review of, 68.1: 38
Maijala, Kevin, review by, 82.1: 39
Main Streets, and J.C. Penney, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Malinche, Pocahontas, and Sacagawea: Indian Women as Cultural Intermediaries and National Symbols (Jager), review of, 81.3: 34
Malls/Shopping Centers, and J.C. Penney stores, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Maloney, Daniel, review by, 72.1 & 2: 56
Maltese Cross Cabin, at Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 70.2: inside cover
“A Man of Two Worlds: Joseph Archambault,” 68.2: 24-26
“A Man ‘Who Fancies Himself Abraham Lincoln’: Senator William Langer’s Civil Rights Record,” 76:3 & 4, 22-40
Mandan agriculture, and George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Mandan villages, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.4: 2-10; and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35

Mandans, and the fur trade, 68.2: 27-37; and the “Welsh Indians,” 68.2: 27-37; and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
           
Mandans and Hidatsas, and Square Buttes, 75:1 & 2: 15-23
Mandans, Hidatsas, and Arikaras, and George Catlin, 70.4: 12-31; and Knife River trading center, 70.3: 26-35, 70.4: 2-10; and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.4: 2-10, 71.1 & 2: 65-71, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; agricultural practices of, 67.2: 16-25; agricultural productivity of, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23; and de Trobriand, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; at Like-a-Fishhook, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; sketches of, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Fort Clark, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Like-A-Fishhook and Fort Berthold, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and quilters and quilting, 77:3 & 4, 22-39; and Rev. Charles Hall and Elbowoods mission, 82.1: 3-17
Manifest Destiny, as legacy of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Manning, Phillip Lars, reviews of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Many Horses–daughter of Sitting Bull, photograph of, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
"Mapping the West: Isaac Stevens's 1853 Pacific Railroad Survey Expedition Across Northern Dakota," 81.4: 16-32
“The ‘March King’: John Philip Sousa in North Dakota, 1896-1928,” 67.1: 10-22
Marionettes, and the WPA theater program, 81.4:3-15
Markowitz, Harvey, review by, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Marks, Susan, review by,  review of,78:3 & 4, 35-40
Maroukis, Thomas Constantine, review of, 73.3 & 4: 39
Marsh, Grant–steamboat captain, and 1873 Yellowstone Expedition, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49
Martens, Steve C., article by, 80.2: 3-15, 82.1: 3-17; review by, 68.3: 44; review of, 80.3: 31-32
Mason, Clara Bond–mother of Jean Mason Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Mason, Sidney–father of Jean Mason Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Mastodon, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 48-55; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 48-55
Mathes, Valerie S., review of, 72.3 & 4: 63
Mato-Tope, or Four Bears---Mandan leader, and daughter Sak’wi’ah’ki (Earth Woman), 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Matzko, John, article by, 69.2, 3, & 4: 24-32; review of, 70.3: 39
Maximilian, Prince of Wied-Neuweid—explorer, naturalist, and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; journal translations, 75.1 & 2: 26-42, 78.1 & 2: 37-43, 80.4: 35-36
McArthur, Carolyn, review by, 69.1: 34
McCarney, Robert–political rival of William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and congressional campaign versus Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
McCarthy, Josephine–Hampton student, 68.2: 2-23
McCauley, David–trader, photo of store, 69.1: inside cover
McClurken, James M., review of, 67.3: 38
McCollum, Daniel D., article by, 81.1: 3-15
McCormick, Richard C.–Arizona Territory delegate to U.S. House of Representatives, and
McCracken, Hugh–trader, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.4: 2-10
McCracken, J.N.---storekeeper, and J.C. Penney, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
McCrady, David G., review by, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
McCumber Commission, and Turtle Mountain Reserve land dispute, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
McCumber, Porter–U.S. senator, and Frank White, 68.3: 2-13 ; and Turtle Mountain Reserve land dispute, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
McDermott, John D., comp., ed., review of, 71.1 & 2: 73-75; review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
McDermott, P., R. Grim, and P. Mobley, review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
McElrath, Dale L., review of, 70.1: 37
McGeshick, Joseph R., review of, 80.3: 32
McHenry County, ND,  and Denbigh Station, 78:1 & 2, 23-36
McKenney, William–buffalo hunter, and James McLaughlin, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
McKenzie, Alexander–political boss, and the Nonpartisan League, 67.3: 2-23; as U.S. Marshal, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
McKenzie, Kenneth–post manager at Fort Union, and George Catlin, 70.4: 12-31; and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Fort Floyd, 80.4: 3-13
McLaird, James D., review of, 82.1: 37-18
McLaughlin, Castle, review by, 72.3 & 4: 60; review of, 72.3 & 4: 61
McLaughlin, James–Indian agent, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42, 71.3 & 4: 2-18; and illegal buffalo hunting, 71.3 & 4: 2-18; and relations with Dakota people, 71.3 & 4: 2-18; and Sitting Bull, 66.3 & 4: 3-16, 72.3 & 4: 2-21; and One Bull, 66.3 & 4: 3-16; and Gall, 74:3 & 4:17-27
McLaughlin, Marie Louise Buisson–wife of James McLaughlin, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
McMillan, James E., review by, 67.1: 37
Means, Jeff, review by, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Measure Six–1980 initiated measure, and taxation of oil industry, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Medicine, Beatrice—author and quilter
Medina, N. Dak., and Gordon Kahl, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Medora, N. Dak., newspapers in, 67.2: 26-38
Medora: Boom, Bust, and Resurrection, review of, 79:1, 35-36
Meidinger, Lorna, review by, 80.3: 31-32
Meiers, Ruth – lieutenant governor, and Gov. Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Meine, Curt, ed., review of, 66.1: 16-20
Mellette, Arthur—last governor of Dakota Territory, and the North Dakota Constitutional Convention, 79:1, 4-12
Memory and Vision: Arts, Cultures, and Lives of Plains Indian People, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Memories of Four Bears,” 70.4: 32-36
Mercedes, Tex.–First North Dakota Infantry campsite during Mexican Border Campaign of 1916-1917, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Merchant, Paul, review of, 72.3 & 4: 63
Meriwether Lewis and His Son: The Claim of Joseph DeSomet Lewis and the Problem of History,” 67.3: 24-37
Merrell, James–Indian police chief, and James McLaughlin, 71.3 & 4: 2-18 
Merrifield, Webster G.–president, University of N. Dak., 66.3 & 4: 17-30
Mesohippus–prehistoric horse, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 37-47; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 37-47
Metesh, John, review by, 81.4:35-36
Métis, and establishment of Turtle Mountain Reservation, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; and U.S. Indian
policy, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; poverty of, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; and Trenton, N. Dak., 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Metis and the Medicine Line: Creating a Border and Dividing a People (Hogue), review of, 81.1: 34
Metzger, Herbert–sergeant, First North Dakota Infantry Regiment, E Company (Williston), 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Mexican Border Campaign of 1916-1917, 71.1 & 2: 50-64; N. Dak. National Guard’s involvement in, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Mexican Revolution (1910 ff.), and United States, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Mexico, and North Dakota binder twine, 68.1: 20-36
Meyer, David–buffalo hunter, and James McLaughlin, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
MIAs, in WWII, 72.3 & 4: 25-37
Michigan-Wisconsin Pipeline Company, and coal gasification in western N. Dak., 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and State Water Commission, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Michlovic, Michel G., review by, 70.1: 37
Michno, Gregory F., review by, 73.3 & 4: 38
Middleton, J.V.D.–Fort Buford post surgeon, report by, 69.2, 3, & 4: 94-7
Midwestern Landscape Architecture (Tishler, ed.), review of, 68.3: 44
Mihesuah, Devon A., ed., review of, 70.1: 38
Mih-tutta-hang-kusch—Mandan village, 70.4: 12-31, 77:1 & 2, 36-39; and Fort Clark, 77:1 & 2, 36-39; and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and smallpox epidemic of 1837, 77:1 & 2, 36-39; archaeological excavations and investigations at, 77:1 & 2, 36-39.

Miles, Nelson A., meeting with Sitting Bull, 66.3 & 4: 3-16
Military life, at Fort Stevenson, 73.3 & 4: 2-31; sketches of, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
Miller, David Reed, review by, 72.3 & 4: 63, 73.3 & 4: 33; review of, 80.3: 32
Miller, John E., review of, 67.4: 37; review by, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Mills, David W., review of, 80.4: 34
Minneapolis and the Age of Railways, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
The Minneapolis and St. Louis Railway: A Photographic History, review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Minnesota: A History (Lass), review of, 66.2: 36
Minot, ND,Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Miocene Epoch, in N. Dak, 73.1 & 2: 37-47; fossils from, 73.1 & 2: 37-47
Missing in Action: A Family’s Experience during World War II,” 72.3 & 4: 25-37
Missionary societies on reservations, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Missouri Fur Company, history of, 68.2: 27-37
Missouri Indians, encounter with Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.3: 26-35
Missouri River, sketches of, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
The Missouri River Journals of John James Audubon (Patterson), review of, 81.4:35
Mr. Wheat: A Biography of U.S. Senator Milton R. Young, review of, , 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Mni Wakan Oyate (Spirit Lake Nation): A History of the Sisituwan, Wahpeton, Pabaska, and other Dakota that Settled at Spirit Lake, North Dakota, review of, 75:3 & 4: 54
Moccasins, Sahnish, with beadwork eagle, 66.2: 6, back cover
Mochoruk, Jim, reviews by, 70.2: 33; 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Molin, Paulette F., article by, 68.2: 2-23; review by, 70.3: 36, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Monnett, John H., review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46; review by, 77:3 & 4, 40
Montana Before History: 11,000 Years of Hunter-Gatherers in the Rockies and Plains, review of, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Montgomery, Henry–professor, University of N. Dak., 66.3 & 4: 17-30
Montileaux, Donald F., ill., review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Morning Star---quilting pattern and symbol of American Indian identity, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Mooar, J. Wright–buffalo hunter, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Moorhead, Minn., history of, 68.4: 26-38
Mosasaur–prehistoric lizard, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 8-15; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 8-15
Mosquitoes, and Alexander Henry the Younger, 71.3 & 4: 31-42; and early travelers to North
Dakota, 71.3 & 4: 31-42
Mott, E. S.–instructor at University of N. Dak., 66.3 & 4: 17-30
Mott, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Moulton, Gary E., ed., review of, 71.1 & 2: 73, 73.3 & 4: 35
Mount, Graeme S., review of, 68.1: 38
The Mounted Police and Prairie Society, 1873-1919 (Baker), review of, 67.3: 39
Mr. Jefferson’s Lost Cause: Land, Farmers, Slavery, and the Louisiana Purchase (Kennedy),
review of, 71.3 & 4: 50
“Mr. White Goes to Washington: The Story Behind Frank White’s Appointment as United States Treasurer,” 68.3: 2-13
Muir, Malcolm, Jr., review by, 66.1: 38
Murphy, Edward C., review of, 71.3 & 4: 44
Murry, C. Emerson–adjutant general, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Murray, Wendi Field, review by, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
The Museum in Transition: A Philosophical Perspective (Hein), review of, 70.1: 40
Myrdal, Rosemarie, and Icelandic State Park, 80.2: 26-28
Mythic West, in North Dakota 78:1 & 2, 2-22

National Archives and Records Administration, 69.2, 3, & 4: 81-82
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and Senator William Langer, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
National Defense Act of 1916, and N. Dak. National Guard, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
National Historical Publications and Records Commission, 69.2, 3, & 4: 81-82
National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, review of, 69.1: 31
National Park Service, and reconstruction of Fort Union, 69.2, 3, & 4: 24-32; and Weldon Gratton in the North Dakota badlands, 80.2: 3-15
Native American Art: The Collections of the Ethnological Museum Berlin (Bolz and Sanner), review of, 69.1: 34
Native Peoples of the Northern Plains: An Interdisciplinary Introduction to American Indian Studies, review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
The Natural West: Environmental History in the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains (Flores), review of, 71.1 & 2: 72-73
Natural Resource Conservation Service (formerly US Soil Conservation Service), 78:1 & 2, 23-36
Nature Preserve Program–North Dakota, 80.2: 38-41
Navigating the Missouri: Steamboating on Nature's Highway, 1819-1935, review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Nelson, Paula M., ed., Maxwell Van Nuys, comp., review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Nelson, S.D., review of, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Ness, Bjorn–local historian, 67.1: 2-9
Nester, William R., review of, 70.3: 40
“Never Raised to Be a Soldier: John Hagen’s Memoir of Service with the 164th Infantry, 1941-1943 (Part One),” 66.1: 2-15
“Never Raised to Be a Soldier: John Hagen’s Memoir of Service with the 164th Infantry, 1941-1943 (Part Two),” 66.2: 23-35
“‘Never Take Politics Personally’: Governor Allen I. Olson,” 74:1 & 2: 2-35
New Faces of the Fur Trade: Selected Papers of the Seventh North American Fur Trade
            Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1995 (Fiske, Smith, and Wicken, eds), review of, 67.3: 38
New Rockford, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
 “A New Home for North Dakota’s Governors,” 70.1: 26-27
The New Western History: The Territory Ahead (Robinson, ed.), review of, 66.2: 38
Newborg, Gerald, article by, 69.2, 3 & 4: 81-82; article ed. by, 70.1: 2-25, 71.1 & 2: 2-49, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46, 74.1 & 2: 2-35; review by, 80.3: 31
Newspapers, and cattle industry, 67.2: 26-38; political stances of, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Nez Perce Indians, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 72.1 & 2: 47-54, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Niatum, Duane, review of, 70.2: 35
Noble, Wretched & Redeemable: Protestant Missionaries to the Indians in Canada and the United States, 1820-1900 (Higham), review of, 68.4: 39
Nonpartisan League, and alliance with Democratic party, 67.4: 20-35, 71.1 & 2: 2-49, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and caucus system, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and senatorial election of 1920, 68.3: 2-13; history of, 66.3 & 4: 31-40; in the election of 1916, 67.3: 2-23; organization of, 70.1: 2-25
Nordin, Dennis and Roy V. Scott, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Norris, Jim, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
The North American Journals of Prince Maximilian of Wied, Vol. 1, May 1832–April 1833, review of, 75.1 & 2: 26-42
The North American Journals of Prince Maximilian of Wied, Vol. II, April – September 1833, review of, 78.1 & 2: 37-43
The North American Journals of Prince Maximilian of Wied, Vol. III, September 1833–August 1834, review of, 80.4: 35-36
North Dakota Agricultural College, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and Albert Franklin Yeager, 76:1 & 2, 34-45; and the Oscar H. Will & Company, 76:1 & 2, 2-25 and 34-45; and the Fargo Nursery School, 76:3 & 4, 2-15
North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, and Albert F. Yeager, 76:1 & 2, 34-45
“The North Dakota Artwork of General Régis de Trobriand,” 73.3 & 4: 2-31
North Dakota Board of Railroad Commissioners, 80.4: 14-30
North Dakota Centennial Commission, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
North Dakota centennial observations and Party of the Century, and Gov. Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
North Dakota Constitutional Convention of 1889, 79:1, 4-12; and child labor, 79:1, 4-12; and woman suffrage, 79:1, 4-12; and Prohibition, 79:1, 4-12.
North Dakota Corn Show, and George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
North Dakota Farmers Union, and the rise of the Democratic Party,  67.4: 20-35
North Dakota Forest Service, 78:1 & 2, 23-36
North Dakota Game and Fish Department, 78:1 & 2, 2-22
North Dakota Good Roads Magazine, 67.1: 23-45
North Dakota History: Readings about the Northern Plains State, review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
The North Dakota [sic: American] Journals of Prince Maximilian of Wied, Vol. 1, May 1832–April 1833, review of, 75.1 & 2: 26-42
North Dakota Lincoln Statue Commission, 74:3 & 4:28-44
North Dakota Legendary: A Study of North Dakota’s Geography, History, Government, and Issues, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
North Dakota National Guard, and Mexican Border Campaign of 1916-1917, 71.1 & 2: 50-64; and WWI, 71.1 & 2: 50-64; at Williston, 71.1 & 2: 50-64; funding and recruitment shortages of, 71.1 & 2: 50-64; on Guadalcanal, 66.1: 2-15, 66.2: 23-35; training for regular army service, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
North Dakota Norwegian Centennial Commission, 74:3 & 4:28-44
North Dakota Outdoors, magazine 78:1 & 2, 2-22
North Dakota Park Service, 80.2: 16-50
North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department, 80.2: 16-50
North Dakota Rough Rider Award, and William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and George Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 54
North Dakota State Library, and Laura Eisenhuth, 79:1, 13-25
“North Dakota State Parks Grew from the Grassroots Up,” 80.2: 17
North Dakota State Prison, and twine production, 68.1: 20-36; history of, 68.1: 20-36; music composed by prisoners, 68.1: inside back cover
North Dakota Twine and Cordage Plant, 68.1: 20-36
“‘North Dakota Was Home’: Jane Baute Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
North Dakota Wildlife Federation, 78:1 & 2, 2-22
North Dakota's Geologic Legacy: Our Land and How It Formed (Bluemle), review of, 81.4:35-36
North for the Harvest: Mexican Workers, Growers, and the Sugar Beet Industry, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
North West Company, and Alexander Henry the Younger, 71.3 & 4: 31-42; and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.4: 2-10; in the Red River Valley, 71.3 & 4: 31-42
Northern Harvest: Pentecostalism in North Dakota (Rodgers), review of, 72.1 & 2: 56
Northern Pacific Railroad, 74:3 & 4:17-27; and Fort Buford, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49; and Jay Cooke, 70.3: 2-18; and Panic of 1873, 70.3: 2-18; and settlement, 68.4: 26-38; and 1873 Yellowstone Surveying Expedition, 70.3: 2-18; history of, 69.1: 25-28; in Fargo-Moorhead, 68.4: 26-38, 69.1: 25-28, 70.1: 36; map of 1872 surveying expedition from Ft. Rice to Powder River, 69.2, 3, & 4: 93; and Gall and Sitting Bull, 74:3 & 4:17-27; and Abraham Lincoln, 74:3 & 4:17-27
Norway, centennial celebration of,  67.3: 2-23; and Jubilee Exhibition, 74:3 & 4:28-44; and North Dakota’s exhibit and gift of the Lincoln Statue, 74:3 & 4:28-44;
Norwegian American Women: Migration, Communities, and Identities, review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
Norwegian immigration to North Dakota, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Not Just Any Land: A Personal and Literary Journey into the American Grassland, review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Notman, William–photographer of Sitting Bull, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
Nugent, Walter, ed., review of, 67.4: 38
Nursery Schools, 76:3 & 4, 2-15
Nye, Gerald–U.S. senator/isolationist, 72.3 & 4: 25-37

Oakes, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Of Bison and Man (Danz), review of, 66.1: 38-39
O’Gorman, Ned, review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
Oil industry, and taxation, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; in western N. Dak., 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; in the 1980s, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Ojibwa Warrior: Dennis Banks and the Rise of the American Indian Movement, review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Ojibwa, see Chippewa
Old Dog–Hidatsa warrior, pictograph of showing fight with Sioux, 71.1 & 2: 65-71
Old Toby”–Shoshone guide for Lewis and Clark Expedition, 72.1 & 2: 47-54
Oleomargarine, tax on, and Senator William Langer, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
Oligocene Epoch, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 37-47; fossils from, 73.1 & 2: 37-47
Olson, Allen I. – governor, 74:1 & 2: 2-35, 72:1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and airplanes, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and the Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and the ARC lawsuit, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; as attorney general, 74:1 & 2: 2-35, 72:1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and the Bank of North Dakota, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; marriage to Barbara Starr Benner, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and budget crisis, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and Pat Conmy, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and the economy, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and Fargo Tornado, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and legalized gambling, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; as member of the International Joint Commission, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and Gordon Kahl crisis, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and Kennedy assassination, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; as lawyer, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and Arthur A. Link, 74:1 & 2: 2-35, 72:1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Elmer Olson, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; political philosophy of, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and Republican Party, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and Lt. Gov. Ernest Sands, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and George Sinner, 74:1 & 2: 2-35, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and the State Industrial Commission, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and Earl Strindon, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and Kennedy assassination, 78:3 & 4, 21
Olson, Barbara Starr Benner – first lady, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; girlhood, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; marriage to Allen I. Olson, 74:1 & 2: 2-35 and Heartview Foundation, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Olson, Elmer, father of governor, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Olson, Linda, review by, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Omdahl, Lloyd–lieutenant governor, as director of administration for William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49; and Gov. George Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; review by, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
On-A-Slant Mandan Indian Village, within Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, 80.2: 22-25
On the Backroad to Heaven: Old Order Hutterites, Mennonites, and Brethren (Kraybill and Bowman), review of, 70.3: 38
On the Upper Missouri: The Journal of Rudolph Friederich Kurz, 1851-1852, review of, 74:3 &
4:45-56
"On with the Show!: WPA Repertory Theater in 1930s North Dakota," 81.4: 3-15
One Bull, Henry Oscar–adopted son of Sitting Bull, biography of, 66.3 & 4: 3-16; photographs  
of, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
“One Bull: A Man of Good Understanding,” 66.3 & 4: 3-16
One hundred sixty-forth (164th) Infantry Regiment, on Guadalcanal, 66.1: 2-15, 66.2: 23-35
One Vast Winter Count: The Native American West before Lewis and Clark (Calloway), review of, 72.3 & 4: 58
One West, Two Myths: a Comparative Reader (Higham and Thacker), review of, 73.3
Oneroad, Amos E., review of, 72.3 & 4: 65
Opera houses, Sousa concerts in, 67.1: 10-22
Oral history, challenges of, 66.3 & 4: 41-50; and natural disasters, 82.1: 18-34
Ordovician Period, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 2-7; fossils from, 73.1 & 2: 2-7
Ordway, Nehemiah G.–territorial governor, 66.3 & 4: 17-30
The Original Journal of Charles Larpenteur: My Travels to the Rocky Mountains between 1833 and 1872, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Ornithology, and Orin G. Libby, 68.4: 26-38
“Outdoor Recreation Goes Hand in Hand with Conservation,” 80.2: 38-41
“Oscar H. Will: North Dakota’s Pioneer Seedman,” 68.1: 2-19
Oscar H. Will & Company – pioneer nursery, 68.1: 2-19; 76:1 & 2, 2-25; and native seed collections, 76:1 & 2, 2-25; and business issues, 76:1 & 2, 2-25; and regional agriculture, 76:1 & 2, 2-25; and melon feed, 76:1 & 2, 2-25; and agricultural fairs, 76:1 & 2, 2-25; catalog art and Clell Gannon, 76:1 & 2, 2-25; and Great Depression, 76:1 & 2, 2-25; and hiring Native Americans, 76:1 & 2, 2-25; and corn, 76:1 & 2, 2-25; and sunflower seeds, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Ostler, Jeffrey, review of, 73.3 & 4, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Oto Indians, encounter with Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.3: 26-35
Overland, Orm, review of, 68.2: 39
Owens, Patricia Ann, review by, 71.3 & 4: 47-48

Paaverud, Merlan E., review by,74:3 & 4:45-56
Pacific Railroad surveys, and Isaac Stevens's northern expedition, 81.4:16-32
Packard, Arthur T.-newspaper publisher, 67.2: 26-38
A Pageant of the Northwest-historical pageant, 68.4: 26-38
Pagnac, Darrin, review by, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Paleocene Epoch, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 26-36; fossils from, 73.1 & 2: 26-36
Paleontology, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 2-60
Palmquist and Jurgens–photographers of Sitting Bull, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
Park River, D.T., early history of, 66.1: 21-37
“Passing the Baton: The Final Years of Usher L. Burdick’s Political Life,” 67.4: 20-35
“The Past Caught in the Present: Observations of Mineral and Plant by Lewis and Clark, Catlin, and Schramm,” 67.2: 16-25
Patent medicines, 80.3: 3-28
Patronage: Histories and Biographies of North Dakota’s Federal Judges (Tharaldson), review of, 71.1 & 2: 75
Patterson, Daniel, review of (editor), 81.4:35
Paul, R. Eli, reviews of, 73.3&4: 38, 82.1: 40; review by, 77.1&2: 40-46
Peacock, Thomas, and Marlene Wisuri, review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Peale, Charles Willson–artist and collector, and museum in Philadelphia, 70.4: 12-31
Peavy, Linda, review by, 72.1 & 2: 61, review of, 68.4: 40
Pedeliski, Theodore B., reviews by, 73.3 & 4: 32; 77:3 & 4, 40
Pembina, N. Dak., fur trade at, 71.3 & 4: 31-42; in the early nineteenth century, 71.3 & 4: 31-42; county—Icelandic State Park, 80.2: 26-28
Pennell, Johnny – son of Mary Jane Boren, 75:1 & 2: 2-15
Penney, James Cash --- owner of department stores, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
The People of the Buffalo: The Plains Indians of North America, vol. 1, Military Art, Warfare and Change: Essays in Honor of John C. Ewers (Taylor and Dempsey, eds.), review of, 72.3 & 4: 59
Perry, Alan F., review by, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Personius, Clarence–private, First North Dakota Infantry Regiment, E Company (Williston), 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Peterson, Larry R., review by, 71.3 & 4: 51; review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Peyote and the Yankton Sioux: The Life and Times of Sam Necklace (Maroukis), review of, 73.3
& 4: 39
Philippine-American War, and the First North Dakota Infantry, 81.3: 3-15
Photography, and Sitting Bull, 72.3 & 4: 2-21; in Dakota Territory in late nineteenth century, 72.3 & 4: 2-21, 22-24; of David F. Barry, 72.3 & 4: 2-21, 22-24; of Orlando S. Goff, 72.3 & 4: 2-21, 22-24
Picha, Paul R., article by, 70.4: 11; reviews by, 70.3: 37, 71.1 & 2: 78-79, 71.3 & 4: 48-49, 49-
50, 73.3 & 4: 37, 76:3 & 4, 41-48, 77:1 & 2, 40-46, 78:1 & 2, 37-43; 80:1, 34-36
Pichaske, David R., ed., review of, 72.3 & 4: 62 Pickering, Kathleen Ann, review of, 70.1: 38
Piehl, Walter, review by, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Pierre Sea–prehistoric ocean in N. Dak, 73.1 & 2: 8-15
Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography (Wilder), review of, 80.2: 51
Pioneer Hybrid, and the Oscar H. Will & Company, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Piott, Steven L., review of, 72.3 & 4: 58
Pittman-Robertson Act, see also Federal Aid to Wildlife Act, 78:1 & 2, 2-22
A Place Called Home: Writings on the Midwestern Small Town (Davies, Amato, and Pichaske, eds.), review of, 72.3 & 4: 62
Plains (DeMallie, ed.).  Volume 13 of Handbook of North American Indians (Sturtevant, ed.), review of, 70.3: 37
The Plains Indian Photographs of Edward S. Curtis (Kennedy, Sandweiss, Gidley, and Niatum), review of, 70.2: 35
Plains Indian Rock Art (Keyser and Klassen), review of, 71.3 & 4: 47
The Plains Sioux and U.S. Colonialism from Lewis and Clark to Wounded Knee, review of,73.3
& 4
Plants, of the prairie, 67.2: 16-25
“The ‘Plant Wizard of the North’: Albert F. Yeager at the North Dakota Agricultural College,” 76:1 & 2, 34-45
Pleets, John–Hampton student, 68.2: 2-23
Pleets, Rosa–Hampton student, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42
Pleistocene Epoch, in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 48-55; fossils from, 73.1 & 2: 48-55
Ploesti, Romania, Allied bombing of in WWII, 72.3 & 4: 25-37
Point, Nicolas, S.J. -- priest, Square Buttes artist, 75:1 & 2: 15-23
policy, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; poverty of, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; and Trenton, N. Dak., 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Polish-American Folklore (Silverman), review of, 70.1: 39
Politics, in the 1960s and 1970s, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Pollack, Eileen, review of, 71.3 & 4: 45-46
Poor Wolf, pictograph of Hidatsa fight with Sioux by, 71.1 & 2: 65-71
Porter, Kimberly K., article by, 82.1: 18-34; reviews by, 73.3&4: 34, 78.3&4: 35-40
Post, Charles K. – descendent of de Trobriand, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
Post, Waldren Kintzing, descendent of de Trobriand, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
Posters, as communication device in World War II, 72.1 & 2: 29-36
Potter, Tracy, review of, 72.1 & 2: 55; review by, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Powers Hotel Coffee Shop (Fargo), advertisement for, 70.2: back cover; 1930s photo of, 70.2: front cover
Prairie Dog Empire: A Saga of the Shortgrass Prairie, review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Prairie dogs, protection of, 66.2: 15-22
Prairie Homestead to Wall Street: A History of the Jones Family and Metropolitan Financial Corporation, review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Prairie Populist: The Life and Times of Usher L. Burdick (Blackorby), review of, 71.1 & 2: 75-76
Prairie Republic: The Political Culture of Dakota Territory, review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Prairie School architecture, in Bismarck, 81.3: 16-31
 “Prairie Spass: The Folk Humor of North Dakota’s Germans From Russia,” 66.3 & 4: 51-60
Prairie States Forestry Project, 78:1 & 2, 23-36
"Prairie Vision: The Architecture of Purcell, Feick, and Elmslie in Bismarck," 81.3: 16-31
Pratt, Claudia, article by, 74:3 & 4: 28-44
Pratt, Dorothy, review by, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Pratt, Richard Henry-recruiter for Hampton Institute, 68.2: 2-2
Pratt, William C., review by, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Prehistoric life in N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 2-60
Prendergast, Carol, ed., review of, 69.1: 34.
Presbyterian Church, and higher education, 66.3 & 4: 17-30
Presidential election of 1928, and the farm vote, 81.1: 16-31; and Alfred E. Smith, 81.1: 16-31; and Herbert Hoover, 81.1: 16-31
Price, John, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Principle Over Party: The Farmers’ Alliance and Populism in South Dakota, 1880-1900,   review of,78:3 & 4, 35-40
Prisoners-of-war, in Germany in World War II, 67.4: 2-19
“Prison-Made Binder Twine: North Dakota’s Connection with Mexico in the Early Twentieth  Century,” 68.1: 20-36
Profiting from the Plains: The Great Northern Railway and Corporate Development of the West (Strom), review of, 72.1 & 2: 57
Progressive Era, railroad failure in the, 80.4: 14-30
Progressive party, and Lynn Frazier, 66.3 & 4: 31-40
Prohibition, and the 1914 election, 67.3: 2-23; enforcement and violations of in Fargo, 66.3 & 4: 41-50, 81.1: 3-15; and the Schumacher family, 81.1: 3-15
Prologue to Lewis & Clark: the Mackay and Evans Expedition (Wood), review of, 72.1 & 2: 59
The Promise Fulfilled: A Portrait of Norwegian-Americans Today (Lovoll), review of, 66.3 & 4: 63-64
Promised Lands: Promotion, Memory, and the Creation of the American West (Wrobel), review of, 71.1 & 2: 77.
protection of buffalo, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Prucha, Francis Paul, review by, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Pteranodon, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 16-24; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 16-24
Purcell, William Gray-architect, work in Bismarck, 81.3: 16-31
Pursley, James “Scooter,” article by, 80.2: 30, 35-37

Quantic, Diane D., ed, review of, 72.1 & 2: 59
Quentin Burdick: The Gentle Warrior, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
 “Quest for Empire: Historical and Ideological Underpinnings for the Lewis and Clark Expedition,” 69.1: 18-24
Quilts and quilting, 77:3 & 4, 22-39; as a symbol of American Indian identity, 77:3 & 4, 22-39;    fabrication and use of quilts by American Indians, 77:3 & 4, 22-39; and reservation       economics, 77:3 & 4, 23-39; and women’s roles, 77:3 & 4, 22-39

Rabbit hunts, 78:1 & 2, 23-36
Railroads, and Fargo-Moorhead, 68.4: 26-38, 69.1: 25-28; and mining industry, 67.2: 2-15; effect on cultural life in N. Dak., 67.1: 10-22; Sioux resistance to, 74:3 & 4:17-27; and Gall, 74:3 & 4:17-27; service failures of, 80.4: 14-30
Ramsay, Ronald H. L. M., review of, 80.3: 31-32
Rand, Jacki, review by, 71.3 & 4: 45-46
Randolph, A. Philip – civil rights activist, and William Langer, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
Randolph, Scott E., article by, 80.4: 14-30
Randolph, Thomas–corporal, First North Dakota Infantry Regiment, E Company (Williston),        71.1 & 2: 50-64
Rankin, Charles F., ed., review of, 66.1: 16-20
Rankin, William G.–lt. colonel, letter by, 69.2, 3, & 4: 90-92
The Rapid City Indian School, 1898-1933 (Riney), review of, 67.4: 39
Rayl, Dick – OMB Director, and Gov. Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Reagan, Ronald -- president, and George and Jane Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Reconstructing Fort Union (Matzko), review of, 70.3: 39
“Reconstructing the Historical Landscape through Alexander Henry’s Journal,” 71.3 & 4: 31-42
“Recreation and Grants: Department Outreach Benefits Entire State,” 80.2: 46-48
Red Cloud: Oglala Legend (McDermott), review of, 81.2: 29-30
Red Cloud’s War: The Bozeman Trail, 1866-1868, review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
Red River carts, in Chippewa buffalo hunt pictograph by Green, 71.3 & 4: 27-30
Red River Rising: The Anatomy of a Flood and the Survival of an American City (Shelby),             review of, 73.3 & 4: 41
Red Thunder–Ojibwa chief, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Regional history, themes of, 67.1: 2-9
Reid, Russell–historian/superintendent of the State Historical Society of North Dakota, and the state park system, 68.3: 14-19; and Woodcraft League “Indian Expedition,” 70.3: 19-25; and George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25 and 26-33; and Clell Gannon, 76:1 & 2, 2-25 and 26-33;  article by, 66.2: 2-14
Reilly, Sharon, review by, 69.1: 31.
Reimagining Indian: Native Americans Through Anglo Eyes, 1880-1940 (Smith), review of, 68.4: 40
Relief programs, in Fargo during Depression, 70.2: 2-21
Religion, and its influence on higher education, 66.3 & 4: 17-30
Remedies and Rituals: Folk Medicine in Norway and the New Land, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
“Remembering TR: North Dakota and the Theodore Roosevelt International Highway,” 67.1: 23-45
Repatriation Reader (Mihesuah, ed.), review of, 70.1: 38
Republican Organizing Committee, 70.1: 2-25
Republican party, and rift with the NPL in 1956, 67.4: 20-35; early history of, 67.3: 2-23; in the 1950s, 70.1: 2-25; in the 1960s and 1970s, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Rethinking the Fur Trade: Cultures of Exchange in an Atlantic World, review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
“A Revised History of Fort Floyd, North Dakota,” 80.4: 3-13
Reyhner, Jon and Jeanne Eder, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Reynolds, Grant, civil rights activist, and William Langer, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
Rice, Julian, review of, 66.2: 37
Ricker, Eli S. reviews of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Ridge, Martin, ed., review of, 67.4: 38
Riney, Scott, review of, 65.4: 39
Rippley, LaVern J., review by,75.1 & 2: 26-42, 80.2: 52
The Rise of the National Guard: The Evolution of the American Militia, 1865-1920 (Cooper), review of, 71.3 & 4: 46-47
Risjord, Norman K., review of, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Rituals, of the Sioux, 66.3 & 4: 3-16
Road building, in N. Dak., 67.1: 23-45; under governor Davis, 70.1: 2-25
The Road to the Rapids: Nineteenth-Century Church and Society at St. Andrew’s Parish, Red River (Coutts), review of, 69.1: 32
Robb, John-Hampton student, 68.2: 2-23
Robinson, Charles M. III, review of, 70.3: 37
Robinson, Elwyn B.–historian, and Orin G. Libby, 68.4: 2-25; six themes of, 67.1: 2-9
Robinson, Forrest G., ed., review of, 66.2: 38  
Rockefeller, Eliza Davison–mother of John D. Rockefeller, 66.1:21-37
Rockefeller, John D., early life and relations with father, 66.1: 21-37
Rockefeller, William Avery–father of John D. Rockefeller, in Park River, D.T., 66.1: 21-37
Rodeo Cowboys in the North American Imagination (Allen), review of, 66.3 & 4: 64
Rodgers, Darrin J., review of, 72.1 & 2: 56
Rodlund, Kevin, article by, 68.3: 2-13
Rogers, Ken, article by, 80.2: 17, 22-25, 49-50; article by (ed.), 80.2:18-50; review by, 76.3 & 4: 41-48
Rogness, Diane, review by, 81.1: 36
Romines, Ann, review of, 67.4: 37
Ronda, James P. and Nancy Tystad Koupal, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Ronda, James P., review of, 71.1 & 2: 72; ed., review of, 66.2: 39
Roosevelt, Franklin D., and Harry Lashkowitz, 80:1, 3-13
Roosevelt, Theodore; as hunter, 78:1 & 2, 2-22; and A. T. Packard, 67.2: 26-38; in North Dakota, 67.2: 26-38, 78:3 & 4, 2-18; compared to John Kennedy, 78:3 & 4, 2-18
Rosser, Betty Barbara (Lizzy)–surveyor’s wife, 70.3: 2-18
Rosser, Thomas L.–surveyor for Northern Pacific Railroad, 68.4: 26-38, 70.3: 2-18; and Yellowstone Surveying Expedition of 1873, 70.3: 2-18, 74:3 & 4:17-27; journals and letters of, 70.3: 2-18
Ross-Nazzal, Jennifer, review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
Rothman, Hal K., review of, 66.3 & 4: 62
Rozum, Molly, review by, 80:1, 34-36
Rud, Hjalmer–private, First North Dakota Infantry Regiment, E Company (Williston), 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Rudser, Thelma "Telle"-woodcarver, 81.4:3-15
Rue, Milton–state representative/senator, 70.1: 2-25
Rugby, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Ruling Pine Ridge: Oglala Lakota Politics from the IRA to Wounded Knee, review of, 75:1 & 2:
26-42
Running Antelope–Lakota Indian, and buffalo conservation, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
Russell, Robert, reviews by, 73.3&4: 31, 78.3&4: 35-40, 82.1: 40
Ruud, Brandon K., ed., review of, 73.3 & 4: 34
Rylance, Dan, review by, 76:3 & 4, 41-48, 77:1 & 2, 40-46

Saber-toothed cat, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 37-47; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 37-47
Sacred Objects and Sacred Places: Preserving Tribal Traditions (Gulliford), review of, 70.2: 33
St. John’s Prep School and University, and George Sinner 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Sakakawea–member of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.4: 2-10, 71.3 & 4: 19-26, 72.3 & 4: 38-57; and birth of son Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, 71.1 & 2: 65-71; and reunion with brother Cameahwait, 71.3 & 4: 19-26
Sakariassen, Emily, article by, 81.3: 16-31
Sak’wi-ah-ki, or Earth Woman, or Mary Kipp— Mandan woman and wife of trader James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and son Joseph Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Mih-tutta-hang-kusch, 77:1 & 2, 2-35; and Blackfoot reservation in Montana, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Sanderson, Nathan, review of, 81.1: 34-35
Sands, Ernest – Lieutenant Governor, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Sandweiss, Martha A., review of, 70.2: 35
Sanford, Wilmot P.–private, diary at Ft. Buford, 69.2, 3, & 4: 98-100
Sanitation, at frontier military posts, 69.2, 3, & 4: 50-60
Sanner, Hans-Ulrich, review of, 69.1: 34
Sandstrom, Dale V., review by,75:1 & 2: 26-42
Sanstead, Wayne–lieutenant governor, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Sarles, N. Dak., and Allen I. Olson, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Sarsten, Solomon G., diary of trip to Norway in 1914, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Sathre, Peter–N. Dak. chief justice, and William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Scarnecchia, Dennis, review by, 71.1 & 2: 72-73; 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Scattered Corn – Mandan woman, and George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Scattered Steeples, Expanded: A Tribute to the Church in North Dakota Through the Years and Also a Commemoration of the Fortieth Anniversary of the Dedication of Cardinal Muench Seminary, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Scenes of Visionary Enchantment: Reflections on Lewis and Clark (Duncan), review of, 73.3         & 4: 36
Schierle, Sonja, review by, 75:3 & 4: 55
Schmitz, Andrew, review of, 67.4: 36
Schneider, Fred, article by, 68.1: 2-19, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Schneider, Gregory L., review by, 71.1 & 2: 79-80
Schneider, Mary Jane, review by, 66.2: 39  
Schneiders, Robert Kelley, review of, 67.1: 36
Schramm, Darrell g. h., article by, 67.2: 16-25
Schulte, Steven C., review of, 71.3 & 4: 47-48
Schultz, James Willard---author, and Joseph Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Schumacher family: Charles, Anna, Jake, and Celeste “Babe,” and Prohibition liquor smuggling, 81.1: 3-15
Schwantes, Carlos A. and Ronda, James P., review of, 75:3 & 4: 56
Schwieder, Dorothy Hubbard, review of, 71.3 & 4: 51
Scott, Douglas D., and P. Willey, eds., review of, 81.1: 35-36
Scott, Hugh Lenox (R. Eli Paul, ed.), review of, 82.1: 40
“Sculpting Lincoln,” 74:3 & 4:28-44
Sculpture, and North Dakota artists, 74:3 & 4:28-44
“The Secret Life of William Avery Rockefeller of North Dakota,” 66.1: 21-37
“Securing the Confluence: A Portrait of Fort Buford, 1866 to 1895,” 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49
Seder, Art–president of American Natural Gas Company, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Seed catalogs, 68.1: cover; Clell Gannon art for the Will company and much more, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Seed companies, in North Dakota, 68.1: 2-19, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Seedcorn, and the Oscar H. Will & Company, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Seen By The Nation–wife of Sitting Bull, photographs of, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
Senator Lynn Joseph Frazier and Federal Agricultural Policy, 1923-1939," 66.3 & 4: 31-40
“The Sensuous Savage in All of Us: Wallace Stegner in Review,” 66.1: 16-20
“‘Service is the Most Gratifying Work:’ Governor George A. “Bud” Sinner,” 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Seth Bullock: Black Hills Lawman, review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
Seton, Ernest Thompson–author/naturalist, and 1927 “Indian Expedition,” 70.3: 19-25; as founder of Woodcraft League, 70.3: 19-25
Shanley, James, review of, 80.3: 32
“Sharing North Dakota’s Heritage and Natural History,” 80.2: 42-45
Sharks, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 8-15, 26-36; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 8-15, 26-36 Sheheke–Mandan chief, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.4: 2-10, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Sheheke, Mandan Indian Diplomat: The Story of White Coyote, Thomas Jefferson, and Lewis and Clark (Potter), review of, 72.1 & 2: 55
Shelby, Ashley,  review of, 73.3 & 4: 41
Shelterbelts, 78:1 & 2, 2-22, 23-36
Sheridan, Philip H.–general, and Fort Buford, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49
Sherman, Fr. William et. al., review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Shields, Caleb, review of, 80.3: 32
Shields, John–blacksmith, Lewis and Clark Expedition, 71.1 & 2: 65-71
Shoptaugh, Terry L., ed., articles by, 66.1: 2-15, 66.2: 23-35, 67.4: 2-19, 72.3 & 4: 25-37, 80:1, 3-13; reviews by, 71.3 & 4: 41, 75:1 & 2: 26-42, 76:1 & 2, 46-54, 76:3 & 4, 41-48; review of, 75.1 & 2: 36
Shoshone Indians, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 71.3 & 4: 19-26, 72.1 & 2: 47-54
Sign Talker: Hugh Lenox Scott Remembers Indian Country (Paul), review of, 82.1: 40
Silengo, Sharon, review by, 73.3 & 4: 38
Silverman, Deborah Anders, review of, 70.1: 39
Simone, Daniel J., article by, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Simpson, Pamela H., review of, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
Sinner, Albert Francis – father of governor, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Sinner, Katherine Augusta Wild – mother of governor, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Sinner, George–governor, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; boyhood and family life, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; at St. John’s Prep School and University, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; marriage to Jane Baute, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; in the military, 75:3 & 4: 2-53;  as state legislator, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; proponent of food and liquor divorcement law, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Board of Higher Education, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and state Constitutional Convention in 1972, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Red River Valley Sugarbeet Growers Association, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Northern Crops Council, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Ruth Meiers, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Lloyd Omdahl, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Chuck Fleming, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Dick Rayl, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Joe Lamb, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Allen Olson, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Heidi Heitkamp, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Fort Berthold Reservation, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and oil, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and coal gasification plant, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and President George H.W. Bush, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Art Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and President Ronald Reagan, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and tax referrals, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Evan Lips, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and smoking bans in state buildings, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and economic development, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and anti-abortion veto, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Jocelyn Burdick, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Beryl Levine, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Centennial observations and Party of the Century, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and Dr. David Gipp, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; and American Crystal Sugar Company, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; political philosophy of, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; Sinness, Torger–attorney, and Usher Burdick, 67.3: 2-23
Sinner, Jane Baute – first lady, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; article by, 75:3 & 4: 28-33; girlhood and family life, 75:3 & 4: 2-53; marriage to George Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Sinner, Father Richard – brother of governor, 75:3 & 4: 2-53.
Sinor, Jennifer, review of, 72.1 & 2: 62
Sioux, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 70.3: 26-35, 70.4: 2-10, 71.1 & 2: 65-71; history and culture of, 66.3 & 4: 3-16; de Trobriand and, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
Sioux Commission of 1888, 68.3: 20-42
The Sioux in South Dakota History, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Sioux wars, and Fort Buford, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49; and Yellowstone Surveying Expedition of 1873, 70.3: 2-18; as reported in The Frontier Scout, 69.2, 3, & 4:89; and the Northern Pacific, 74:3 & 4:17-27
Sioux Women: Traditionally Sacred (Sneve), review of, 82.1: 38
Sitting Bull–Sioux leader, and aftermath of Sioux War of 1876, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49; and attacks on railroad surveying crews, 69.2, 3, & 4: 93; and Buffalo Bill Cody, 72.3 & 4: 2-21; and Great Sioux Agreement of 1889, 72.3 & 4: 2-21; and One Bull, 66.3 & 4: 3-16; and Wild West shows, 72.3 & 4: 2-21; biographies of, 72.3 & 4: 2-21; business acumen of, 72.3 & 4: 2-21; family of, 72.3 & 4: 2-21; life and death of, 66.3 & 4: 3-16, 68.3: 20-42; photographs and photographers of, 72.3 & 4: 2-24, 81.2: 3-26; return to Fort Buford, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49, 107-109; and Gall and the Northern Pacific, 74:3 & 4:17-27
The Sitting Bull Surrender Census: The Lakotas at Standing Rock Agency, 1881, Review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
The Six–Ojibwa Indian, portrayed by George Catlin, 70.4: 12-31
Skarstein, Karl Jakob (trans. Gjellstad and Skjelver), review of, 81.2: 30-31
Skeletons of the Prairie: Abandoned Rural Codington County (Holien and Tuszynski), review of, 68.1: 39
Skidmore, Max J., article by, 67.1: 23-45
Skinner, Alanson B., review of, 72.3 & 4: 65
Skinner, Jeremy, review of, 72.3 & 4: 63
Skjelver, Danielle and Melissa Gjellstad, trans., review of, 81.2: 30-31
Sklenar, Larry, review of, 70.1: 40
Slaughter, Linda—early Bismarck leader, historian, educator, writer, 79:1, 4-12; and suffrage, 79:1, 4-12
Slatta, Richard W., review of, 66.3 & 4: 61
Sleeper-Smith, Susan, review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Sletten, Rolf, review of, 79:1, 35-36
Slind, Marvin, review by, 77:3 & 4, 40
Smemo, Kenneth, review by, 66.2: 36
Smith, Alfred E.–New York governor, and 1928 presidential campaign, 81.1: 16-31; and Walter Maddock, 81.1: 16-31
Smith, Dennis John, review of, 80.3: 32
Smith, Ken, article by, 66.3 & 4: 17-30
Smith, Norma, review of, 71.1 & 2: 79
Smith, Sherry L., review of, 68.4: 40
Smith, Ursula, review by, 72.1 & 2: 61; review of, 68.4: 40
Smoking bans in state buildings, and Gov. George Sinner, 75:3 & 4: 2-53
Sneve, Virginia Driving Hawk, review of, 82.1: 38
Soil conservation in North Dakota, 78:1 & 2, 23-36
Sommer, Lawrence, review by,75:1 & 2: 26-42
Sorley, Lewis, review of, 66.1: 38
Sousa, John Philip, North Dakota tours of, 67.1: 10-22
Southern Workman–Hampton newspaper, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42
Spaeth, Janet, review by, 67.4: 37, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Spain, and control of the upper Missouri, 68.2: 27-37
Spanish-American War, and the First North Dakota Infantry, 81.3: 3-15
“Speaking of State Parks Tomorrow,” 80.2: 49-50
Spence, Clark C., review by, 71.1 & 2: 73-75
Spinden, Herbert Joseph (Jose) – archaeologist and friend of George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Spirit Capture: Photographs from the National Museum of the American Indian (Johnson, ed.), review of, 67.1: 38
Sprague, Homer Baxter–president, University of N. Dak., 66.3 & 4: 17-30
Spirits of the Cold War: Contesting Worldviews in the Classical Age of American Security             Strategy, review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
“The Square Buttes in Art,” 75:1 & 2: 15-23
Square Buttes, illustrations of, 75:1 & 2: 15-23, and Mandans and Hidatsas, 75:1 & 2: 15-23
St. Albans Cemetery, burial site of Joseph DeSomet Lewis, 67.3: 24-37
St. Louis, Mo., in the early 1800s, 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Stalag Luft III, 67.4: 2-19
Stamlager VII A, 67.4: 2-19
The Standing Bear Controversy: Prelude to Indian Reform (Mathes and Lowitt), review of, 72.3 & 4: 63
Standing Rock Reservation, and Sitting Bull, 66.3 & 4: 3-16; and Woodcraft League “Indian Expedition,” 70.3: 19-25; history of, 66.3 & 4: 3-16, 68.2: 2-23, 24-26, 68.3: 20-42; students at Hampton, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42; and quilting, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Stanley, David, ed., review of, 68.1:37
Stanley, David–colonel, and alcoholism, 70.3: 2-18; and conflict with Custer, 70.3: 2-18; and Yellowstone Surveying Expedition of 1873, 70.3: 2-18; Civil War exploits of, 70.3: 2-18
Stanley, John Mix-artist, and Pacific Railroad surveys, 81.4:16-32
“The Star Quilt on the Northern Plains: A Symbol of American Indian Identity,” 77:3 & 4, 23-39
Star quilts, 77:3 & 4, 23-39
State Historical Society of North Dakota, and Orin G. Libby, 68.4: 2-25; history of, 68.4: 2-25; management of state parks by, 80.2: 31-34
State Industrial Commission, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Allen I. Olson, 74:1 &
2: 2-35
State parks, history of, 80.2: 16-50; and Orin G. Libby, 68.4: 2-25; flooding of, 80.2: 35-37
“State Parks: Fifty Years of Change,” 80.2: 31-34
State Library, and Laura Eisenhuth, 79:1, 13-25;
State Public Health Laboratory, 69.1: 2-17
State Water Commission, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and energy development in western North Dakota, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46
Steamboats, on the Missouri River, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
Steamboats West: The 1859 American Fur Company Missouri River Expedition, review of, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Stegner, Wallace, critical review of, 66.1: 16-20
Stenberg, Richard K., article by, 71.1 & 2: 50-64; reviews by, 70.1: 40, 71.3 & 4: 46-47, 73.3 &
4: 40; 82.1: 37-38
Stevens, Isaac-Pacific Railroad survey expedition leader and Washington Territory governor, 81.4:16-32
Stewart, Duncan, review by, 70.1: 37
Stewart,Earl – director of the Fargo Urban Renewal Agency, 80:1, 14-27
Stewart, Omer C., review of, 71.3 & 4: 49-50
Stiles, T. J., review of, 82.1: 37
Stimmel, Smith--Dakota territorial legislator, Fargo lawyer and former bodyguard to President A. Lincoln, article by, 74:3 & 4:6-16, articles about, 74:3 & 4:2-5, 6-16; and Lincoln’s second inauguration, 74:3 & 4:6-16; and Lincoln’s assassination, 74:3 & 4:6-16, and Lincoln bust in Norway, 74:3 & 4:28-44.
Stokker, Kathleen, review of, 70.1:40; 74:3 & 4:45-56
Storied Stone: Indian Rock Art of the Black Hills Country, review of,74:1 & 2: 44-55
Storytelling Time: Native North American Art from the Collections at the University of North Dakota, review of, 79:1, 35-36
Stover, Dale, reviews by, 66.2: 40, 72.3 & 4: 64
Stradley, Scot Arthur, article by, 66.3 & 4: 31-40
Strand, Todd, review by, 71.1 & 2: 76-77, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Strinden, Earl–N. Dak. House majority leader, and Arthur Link, 72.1 & 2: 2-28, 37-46; and Allen I. Olson, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Strom, Claire, review of, 72.1 & 2: 57, review by, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Stromquist, Shelton, review by, 72.1 & 2: 57
“The Struggle to Define Higher Education at the University of North Dakota, 1883-1891,” 66.3 & 4: 17-30
Stubbs, Clifford-sign maker, 67.1: 23-45
Sully, Alfred–general, and Fort Buford, 69.2, 3, & 4: 34-49
Sun Dance, of the Sioux, 66.3 & 4: 3-16
Sunderland, Quill, pioneer cowboy, and George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Sundlov, Mark, reviews by, 76:1 & 2, 46-54; 77:3 & 4, 40
Sundstrom, Linea, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Sunshine Always: The Courtship Letters of Alice Bower and Joseph Gossage of Dakota Territory, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Survival of Rural America: Small Victories and Bitter Harvests, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
“Survival through Adaptation: The Fargo Nursery School, 1933-1965,” 76:3 & 4, 3-15
Svendsbye, Lloyd A., review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Swagerty , William, review of, 80:1, 34-36
“Swashing Around in the Sisterhood of States: Statehood for North Dakota in 1889,” 79:1, 4-12
Sylvester, Stephen, review by, 67.3: 38-39
Syttende Mai—Norwegian Constitution Day, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Szasz, Ferenc Morton, review by,75:1 & 2: 26-42

Taft, Loredo—sculptor, mentor to Paul Fjelde and Leonard Crunelle, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Taking Charge: Native American Self-Determination and Federal Indian Policy, 1975-1993,   review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Talbott, Glenn C.–president, N. Dak. Farmers Union,  67.4: 20-35
Talks and Thoughts-Hampton Indian student paper, 68.2: 2-23, 68.3: 20-42
Tatanka and the Lakota People, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Tate, Michael L., review of, 68.2: 38, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Taylor, Albert Hoyt–University of N. Dak. instructor, 69.1: 12-17
Taylor, Colin F., ed., review of, 72.3 & 4: 59
Taylor, William A., review by, 80.4: 34
The Terrorist Next Door: The Militia Movement and the Radical Right (Levitas), review of, 71.1 & 2: 79-80
Tharaldson, Ardell, review of, 71.1 & 2: 75
Tharalson, Thomas–adjutant general of N. Dak., 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Thatcher, Elaine, ed., review of, 68.1:37
Theodore Roosevelt International Highway, history of, 67.1: 23-45
They were Ready: The 164th Infantry in the Pacific War, 1942-1945, review of, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Thiessen, Thomas D., review by, 72.1 & 2: 59, 75:1 & 2: 26-42, 77:1 & 2, 40-46
Thomas Jefferson and the Rocky Mountains: Exploring the West from Monticello (Jackson), review of, 71.1 & 2: 78-79
Thomas L. Rosser and the Yellowstone Surveying Expedition of 1873,” 70.3: 2-18
Thompson, Harry F., article by, 67.3: 24-37
Thompson, Mike, review of, 73.3 & 4: 32
Thorfinnson Rides Again: A Sense of Place on the Northern Plains,” 67.1: 2-9
Thorfinnson, Snorri–local Icelandic historian, 67.1: 2-9
Thorson, Len, review by, 81.3: 34-35
Thorson, Playford V., review by, 66.3 & 4: 63-64
Tiaokasin, John-Hampton student, 68.3: 20-42
Tiaokasin, Rosa Pleets, See Rosa Pleets
Tilton, William—fur trader, and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Tilton’s Fort, and James Kipp, 77:1 & 2, 2-35
Timbrook, Mark J., review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Tishler, William H., ed., review of, 68.3: 44
“‘To Be Examples to . . . Their People’: Standing Rock Sioux Students at Hampton Institute, 1878-1923 (Part One),” 68.2: 2-23
“‘To Be Examples to . . . Their People’: Standing Rock Sioux Students at Hampton Institute, 1878-1923 (Part Two),” 68.3: 20-42
To Be the Main Leaders of Our People: A History of Minnesota Ojibwe Politics, 1825-1898 (Kugel), review of, 66.2: 36-37
To Hell With Honor: Custer and the Little Bighorn (Sklenar), review of, 70.1: 40
To Intermix with Our White Brothers: Indian Mixed Bloods in the United States from Earliest
Times to the Indian Removals, review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
To Show What an Indian Can Do: Sports at Native American Boarding Schools (Bloom), review of, 70.2: 34
Toropov, Brandon, review of, 72.3 & 4: 61
Towner Nursery, 78:1 & 2, 23-36
Townley, A.C.-NPL leader/organizer, 67.3: 2-23
Trade and Intercourse Act of 1834, and definition of Indian Country, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
The Travels and Tribulations of Theodore Roosevelt’s Cabin, review of, 73.3 & 4: 32
Trees, in North Dakota, 78:1 & 2, 23-36
Trenton, N. Dak., settlement of, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79
Triceratops, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 16-24 ; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 16-24
“Triumph and Tragedy: The Return Home,” 72.3 & 4: 38-57
Troccoli, Joan C., article by, 70.4: 12-31; review by, 73.3 & 4: 34, 79:1, 35-36
“‘The True School of the Arts’: George Catlin on the Upper Missouri,” 70.4: 12-31
Truman, Harry – U.S. president, and William Langer, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
Tuŋwéya Tȟokáheya (Dakota Goodhouse), review by, 80:1, 34-36
Turck, Diane L. Lehman, review by, 70.2: 33
Turck, Thomas, article by, 78:1 & 2, 23-36
Turner, Frederick Jackson–historian, relationship with Orin G. Libby, 68.4: 2-25
Turning Points: A Memoir, review of, 77:3 & 4, 40
Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, and Fahlgren Report, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79, 110-112; establishment of, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79; poverty at, 69.2, 3, & 4: 62-79, 110-112
Turtle River State Park, construction of, 68.3: 14-19
Tuszynski, S. Paul, review of, 68.1: 39
Twilight of the Upper Missouri River Fur Trade: The Journals of Henry A. Boller, review of, 75:3 & 4: 55
Twisted Hair–Nez Perce chief, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 72.1 & 2: 47-54
Twitchell, Treadwell–representative, 67.3: 2-23; and the senatorial election of 1920, 68.3: 2-13
Tye, Otis – pioneer cowboy, and George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Tyrannosaurus rex, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 16-24; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 16-24

US Army Air Force, 67.4: 2-19
US Forest Service 78:1 & 2, 23-36
US Highway 2, early history of, 67.1: 23-45
USS William D. Porter–WWII destroyer, 71.1 & 2: 2-49
Umatilla Indians, and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 72.1 & 2: 47-54
Unequal Contest: Bill Langer and His Political Enemies (Vogel), 73.3 & 4: 32
Unger, Nancy C., review of, 70.1: 37
Union Light Guard, and Smith Stimmel during the Civil War, 74:3 & 4:2-5, 6-16
University of North Dakota, and historic preservation, 69.1: 2-17; and KFJM, 69.1: 2-17; and medical school, 69.1: 2-17; and Science Hall, 69.1: 2-17; history of, 69.1: 2-17; postcard of future campus (1916), 69.1: front and back covers; and Allen I. Olson, 74:1 & 2: 2-35; and 1997 flood, 82.1: 18-34
Unruly River: Two Centuries of Change Along the Missouri (Schneiders), review of, 67.1: 36
Upgren, H. Ted, Jr., review by, 72.1 & 2: 60
Uphill Against Water: The Great Dakota Water War (Carrels), review of, 67.1: 36
Upstream Metropolis: An Urban Biography of Omaha and Council Bluffs, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Usher L. Burdick’s Early Political Career in North Dakota and the Rise of the Nonpartisan League,” 67.3: 2-23
Utley, Robert M.–Sitting Bull biographer, 72.3 & 4: 2-21

Valley City State University (or College, or Normal School), and Paul Fjelde, 74:3 & 4:28-44
Valley City, N. Dak., history of, 68.3: 2-13; Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Van de Logt, Mark, review by, 70.3: 40
Van Nuys, Maxwell, review of, 72.1 & 2: 62, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Van West, Carroll, review by, 69.1: 33
VanDevelder, Paul, review of, 73.3 & 4: 31
Vanepps-Taylor, Betti, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
A Vast and Open Plain: The Writings of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in North Dakota, 1804-1806 (Jenkinson, ed.), review of, 70.4: 37
Vecsey, Christopher, review by, 66.2: 37
Velva, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Vestal, Stanley–Sitting Bull biographer, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
Veterans, and entitlement to employment, 70.2: 2-21
Viche, Fred, review by, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Villa, Pancho–Mexican revolutionary, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Vogel, Robert, review of, 73.3 & 4: 32
Voices of the American West, Vol. I: The Indian Interviews of Eli S. Ricker, 1903-1919, and Voices of the American West, Vol. II: The Settler and Soldier Interviews of Eli S. Ricker, 1903-1919, review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Voices of Wounded Knee (Coleman), review of, 70.2: 32
Von Sachsen-Altenburg, Hans, review of, 66.3 & 4: 63
Vossler, Ronald, article by, 66.3 & 4: 51-60
Voyages of Discovery: Essays on the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Ronda, ed.), review of, 66.2:39
Vrooman, Nicholas Peterson, review by, 68.1: 37
Vyzralek, Frank, articles by, 68.3: 14-19, 72.3 & 4: 22-24

Waggoner, Josephine, review of, 66.2: 39
Wagner, Jonathan, article by, 78:1 & 2, 2-22
Wahpeton, ND, Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Wakinyan: Lakota Religion in the Twentieth Century (Feraca), review of, 66.2: 40
Walker, Charles H. review of, 73.3 & 4:40
Walker, L. G., Jr., review by, 81.1: 35-36
Walking Along: Plains Indian Trickster Stories, review of, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Walking stick, with bear and bison images, 66.2: 14
Wallace Stegner and the Continental Vision: Essays on Literature, History and Landscape (Meine, ed.), review of, 66.1: 16-20
Wallace Stegner: His Life and Work (Benson), review of, 66.1: 16-20
Wallace, Anthony F. C., review of, 68.3: 43
Walton, William H.–buffalo hunter, and James McLaughlin, 71.3 & 4: 2-18
The War with the Sioux: Norwegians against Indians, 1862–1863 (Skarstein), review of, 81.2: 30-31
Ward, Birlea – friend of George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Warner, Ron, review by, 80.2: 51-52
Warren, G. K.–lieutenant/explorer, 67.3: 24-37
Washburn Lignite Coal Company, 67.2: 2-15
Water Chief – Mandan man, and George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Water resources, and effects of damming, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23; and irrigation, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23;
and the International Joint Commission, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Water resources, and the International Joint Commission, 74:1 & 2: 2-35
Watkins, Marie, review by, 68.2: 38
Watson, Elmo Scott–compiler of Sitting Bull photographs, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
Watson, Robert P., ed., review of, 73.3 & 4: 37
Wayne Aspinall and the Shaping of the American West (Schulte), review of, 71.3 & 4: 47-48
We Grew Up Together: Brothers and Sisters in Nineteenth-Century America (Atkins), review of, 70.3: 36
Wefald, Robert O., review by, 71.1 & 2: 75
Wefald, Susan, articles by, 79.1: 13-25, 81.4: 3-15; review of, 80.4: 34-35
Weixel, Gordon, article by, 80.2: 46-48
Weldon, Catherine–activist/artist, paintings of Sitting Bull, 72.3 & 4: 2-21
“Welsh” Indians, quest for, 68.2: 27-37
Wemett, W.H. – geographer and historian, and letter from Mrs. Custer, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
Wendland, Audrey K., review of, 72.1 & 2: 58
West, Elliott, review by, 72.3 & 4: 63
The West the Railroads Made, review of, 75:3 & 4: 56
Westward We Came: A Norwegian Immigrant’s Story, 1866-1898, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Wheel Boats on the Missouri: The Journals and Documents of the Atkinson-O’Fallon Expedition, 1824-26 (Jensen and Hutchins, eds.), review of, 70.2: 31
Whelan, Thomas–U.S. ambassador to Nicaragua, 68.3: inside back cover
When Skins Were Money: A History of the Fur Trade, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
A White-bearded Plainsman: The Memoirs of Archaeologist W. Raymond Wood, review of, 77:3            & 4, 40
White Crow – Arikara artist, also known as Miles Horn, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
White Hat, Albert, review of, 78:3 & 4, 35-40
White House, or Executive Mansion, and Smith Stimmel, 74:3 & 4: 2-5, 6-16; and presidential     renovations, 78:3 & 4, 35-40;
White Man’s Paper Trail: Grand Councils and Treaty-Making on the Central Plains, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56
White Shield – Dakota chief, sketch of, 73.3 & 4: 2-31
White, Frank–war hero/governor/U.S. treasurer, 68.3: 2-13
White, Walter – head of NAACP, and Senator William Langer, 76:3 & 4, 22-40
Wicken, William, ed., review of, 67.3: 38-39
Wilder, Laura Ingalls, review of, 80.2: 51
Wilderness Journey: The Life of William Clark., review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Wildlife, impact on environment around Missouri-Yellowstone confluence, 69.2, 3, & 4: 2-23; in North Dakota, 78:1 & 2, 2-22
Will, Elvira Kangas – businesswoman, wife to George Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Will, George F., Jr., businessman, and Oscar H. Will & Company; and sunflower seeds; 76:1 & 2, 2-25;  article by, 70.3: 19-25, review by, 73.3 & 4: 32
Will, George F .– archaeologist/seedcorn producer/nurseryman/writer, 68.1: 2-19 and 76:1 & 2, 2-25 and 33-45, and need for conservation, 70.3: 19-25; and Woodcraft League “Indian Expedition,” 70.3: 19-25; and Clell Gannon, and archaeology; and Russell Reid; and Double Ditch SHS; and books; and Katherine Sterrett; and Elvira Kangas, 76:1 & 2 , 2-25, and Albert F. Yeager, 76:1 & 2, 2-25 and 33-45
Will, Oscar H.–seed corn producer/nurseryman, 68.1: 2-19; business and death of, 76:1 & 2, 2-2
Will, Oscar II – son of George F. Will, 76:1 & 2, 2-25
Willey, P., and Douglas D. Scott, eds., review of, 81.1: 35-36
Williams, Frank J., article by, 74:3 & 4:2-5
Williamson, Erik Luther, review by, 68.2: 39
Williston Graphic–newspaper, and Mexican Border Campaign of 1916-1917, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Williston Herald–newspaper, and Mexican Border Campaign of 1916-1917, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Williston, N. Dak, and Mexican Border Campaign of 1916-1917, 71.1 & 2: 50-64; National Guard unit from, 71.1 & 2: 50-64; Usher Burdick’s career in, 67.3: 2-23; Penney’s store in, 77:3 & 4, 2-22
Wilson, Garrett, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Wilson, Raymond, review by, 74:3 & 4:45-56
Wilson, Woodrow–president, and the Mexican revolution, 68.1: 20-36; and Mexican Border         Campaign of 1916-1917, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
Wilton, N. Dak., mining operations near, 67.2: 2-15
Wimar, Charles F. – artist, Square Buttes, 75:1 & 2: 15-23
“Wind and Rain and Everything in Between: Mother Nature Challenges State Parks,” 80.2: 35-37
Winning the West for Women: The Life of Suffragist Emma Smith DeVoe, 
review of, 77:3 & 4,           40
Winship, George B.–editor/publisher/gubernatorial candidate, and 1914 gubernatorial primary, 67.3: 2-23, and the Norway Lincoln bust and tour, 74:3 & 4
“The Winter of Diplomacy: Putting Jefferson’s Plan into Action, 1804-1805,” 71.1 & 2: 65-71
“Wintering on the Northern Plains,” 70.4: 2-10
Wischmann, Lesley, review by, 71.1 & 2: 79; review of, 69.1: 31
Wisconsinan Ice Sheet, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 48-55
Wishart, David J. ed., review of, 73.3 & 4: 37
Wishek, John H.–lawyer/businessman, and 1914 gubernatorial primary, 67.3: 2-23
Witte, Stephen S., and Gallagher, Marsha V., ed., review of, 75.1 & 2: 26-40, 78.1 & 2: 37-43, 80.4: 35-36
Woell, Bill–sculptor, 67.1: 2-9
Woiwode, Larry, review of, 67.4: 36
Wolff, David A., review of, 77:3 & 4, 40; review by, 78:1 & 2, 37-43
Woman Walking Ahead: In Search of Catherine Weldon and Sitting Bull (Pollack), review of,
            71.3 & 4: 45-46
Woman Suffrage, 79:1, 4-12
Women of the Northern Plains: Gender and Settlement on the Homestead Frontier, 1870-1930 (Handy-Marchello), review of, 74:1 & 2: 44-55
Women’s societies in American Indian culture, 77:3 & 4, 22-39
Wood, W. Raymond, articles by, 68.2: 27-37, 73.3 & 4: 2-31, 75.1 & 2: 15-23, 75.3 & 4: 54, 77.1 & 2: 2-35, 80.4: 3-13; reviews by, 70.2: 31, 72.3 & 4: 59; review of, 72.1 & 2: 59, 75.1 & 2: 15-23, 75.3 & 4: 54
“The Woodcraft League ‘Indian Expedition’ of 1927: A Pictorial Record from Bismarck, North Dakota, to Long’s Peak, Colorado, July 1927,” 70.3: 19-25
Woodcraft League, and Ernest Thompson Seton, 70.3: 19-25
Woodger, Elin, review of, 72.3 & 4: 61
Woolly mammoth, in prehistoric N. Dak., 73.1 & 2: 48-55; fossils of, 73.1 & 2: 48-55
Works Progress Administration (WPA), in Fargo, 70.2: 2-21; and the Fargo Nursery School, 76:3 & 4, 2-15; and Denbigh Station, 78:1 & 2, 23-36; and repertory theater, 81.4: 3-15
World War I, and American Indian enlistment, 68.3: 20-42; and North Dakota National Guard, 71.1 & 2: 50-64
World War II, aircraft in, 72.3 & 4: 25-37; Allied bombing in Europe, 72.3 & 4: 25-37; MIAs in, 72.3 & 4: 25-37; posters from, 72.1 & 2: 29-36; and prisoners-of-war in Germany, 67.4: 2-19; and the Oscar H. Will & Company, 76:1 & 2, 2-25; and the Fargo Nursery School, 76:3 & 4, 2-15
Wood, Richard E., review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Wood, W. Raymond, article by, 77:1 & 2, 2-35, review of, 77:3 & 4, 23-39, 77:3 & 4, 40
Wood, Hunt, Williams, review of, 77:3 & 4, 23-39
Woodrow Wilson Keeble: The Man Called Chief, review of, 76:1 & 2, 46-54
Wounded Knee, in 1891, 68.3: 20-42
Wrobel, David M., review of, 71.1 & 2: 77

Yeager, Albert Franklin – horticulturalist, 76:1 & 2, 34-45; and North Dakota Agricultural College, 76:1 & 2, 34-45; and ND Agricultural Experiment Station, 76:1 & 2, 34-45; and the Oscar H. Will & Company, 76:1 & 2, 2-25 and 34-45; and research on tomatoes, Buttercup squash, corn, watermelons, and native plants, 76:1 & 2, 34-45
The Year the Stars Fell: Lakota Winter Counts at the Smithsonian, review of, 75:1 & 2: 26-42
Yearous, Jenny, review by,78:3 & 4, 35-40
Yellow Stone–American Fur Co. steamboat, and George Catlin, 70.4: 12-31
Yellowstone Survey Expeditions, and the Sioux, 74:3 & 4:17-27
Yellowstone Surveying Expedition, 70.3: 2-18; watercolor of badlands from, 70.3: front cover
Yeo, Bill, ed., review of, 68.4: 41
Yeovil Colony, 68.4: 2-25
Yoder, Franklin L., review by, 70.3: 38
York–slave of William Clark, 71.1 & 2: 65-71
"'You Can't Stampede the First North Dakota': The State Militia's Overseas Debut," 81.3: 3-15
You Have Been Kind Enough to Assist Me”: Herman Stern and the Jewish Refugee Crisis
Young, Milton R.–U.S. senator,  67.4: 20-35; and campaign versus William Guy, 71.1 & 2: 2-49

Zeidel, Robert F., review by, 70.1: 39, 76:3 & 4, 41-48
Zitkala-Sa, review of, 74:3 & 4:45-56

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