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Series: Yale Western Americana

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Bárbaros: Spaniards and Their Savages in the Age of Enlightenment by David J. Weber
Edward Kern and American expansion by Robert V. Hine1
Rebel of the Rockies: A History of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad by Robert G. Athearn2
The Last Days of the Sioux Nation by Robert M. Utley3
The Field Notes of Captain William Clark 1803-1805 Edited with an Introduction and Notes By Ernest Staples Osgood. by William Clark5
Report on the Indian tribes of Texas in 1828 by Jose Francisco Ruiz5
Battlefield & Classroom: Four Decades With the American Indian, 1867-1904 by Richard Henry Pratt6
Exploration of Alaska, 1865-1900 by Morgan Sherwood7
Twenty years on the Pacific Slope; letters of Henry Eno from California and Nevada, 1848-1871 by Henry. [from old catalog] Eno8
Wagon Roads West: A Study of Federal Road Surveys and Construction in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1846-1869 by W. Turrentine Jackson9
The Nez Perce Indians and the Opening of the Northwest by Alvin M. Josephy10
The Jesuits and the Indian Wars of the Northwest by Robert Ignatius Burns11
Far Southwest, 1846-1912 a Territorial History by Howard R. Lamar12
Indian police and judges; experiments in acculturation and control by William T. Hagan13
Custer's Gold: The United States Cavalry Expedition of 1874 by Donald Jackson14
California's Utopian Colonies by Robert V. Hine15
Joe Lane of Oregon; machine politics and the sectional crisis, 1849-1861 by James E. Hendrickson16
Cheyenne Memories by John Stands In Timber17
Spanish War Vessels on the Mississippi, 1792-1796 by Abraham Phineas Nasatir18
Bartlett's West; drawing the Mexican boundary by Robert V. Hine19
Frontier settlement in Mexican California; the Híjar-Padrés colony and its origins, 1769-1835 by C. Alan Hutchinson21
Mining engineers & the American West : the lace-boot brigade, 1849-1933, by Clark C. Spence22
The Rocky Mountain bench; the territorial supreme courts of Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming, 1861-1890 by John D. W. Guice23
Flood Tide of Empire: Spain and the Pacific Northwest, 1543-1819 by Warren L. Cook24
The Frontier in Alaska and the Matanuska Colony by Orlando W. Miller26
The Navajos and the New Deal by Donald Lee Parman27
United States-Comanche relations : the reservation years by William T. Hagan28
Blacks in Gold Rush California by Rudolph M. Lapp29
Life in Custer's cavalry : diaries and letters of Albert and Jennie Barnitz, 1867-1868 by Albert Trovillo Siders Barnitz30
Gold Seeker: Adventures of a Belgian Argonaut during the Gold Rush Years by Jean-Nicolas Perlot31
Desert Immigrants: The Mexicans of El Paso, 1880-1920 by Mario T. Garcia32
Big game in Alaska : a history of wildlife and people by Morgan B. Sherwood33
The Military and United States Indian Policy, 1865-1903 by Robert Wooster34
Indian Survival on the California Frontier by Albert L. Hurtado35
Mexican Americans: Leadership, Ideology, and Identity, 1930-1960 by Mario T. Garcia36
Cowboys of the Americas by Richard W. Slatta37
The Spanish Frontier in North America by David J. Weber38
The Western Paradox: A Bernard DeVoto Conservation Reader by Bernard DeVoto2000
Dear Brother: Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark by William Clark2002
Print the Legend: Photography and the American West by Martha A. Sandweiss2002
Revolution in Texas: How a Forgotten Rebellion and Its Bloody Suppression Turned Mexicans into Americans by Benjamin Heber Johnson2003
Converting California: Indians and Franciscans in the Missions by James A. Sandos2004
The Nation's Crucible: The Louisiana Purchase and the Creation of America by Peter J. Kastor2004
Vicious: Wolves and Men in America by Jon T. Coleman2004

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