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THE INTERIOR B ORDERLANDS Regional Identity in the Midwest and Great Plains EDITED BY JON K. LAUCK, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH DAKOTA Where does the Midwest end and the Great Plains begin? And does it matter? The authors of essays in this collection believe such questions are important to understanding how regional identity forms and persists—or erodes and even disappears. The transition zone between the American Midwest and the Great Plains is a borderland. –Jon K. Lauck


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James S. Aber Susan W. Aber Julie Courtwright James Davis Anna Thompson Hajdik Rachael Hanel Debbie Hanson Maria Howe Mara W. Cohen Ioannides Chris Laingen Matthew Luckett Nathalie Massip Michael J. Mullin Paula Nelson Lance Nixon David Pichaske Jay Price Joe Schiller Brad Tennant Will Weaver Gleaves Whitney

ABOUT THE EDITOR: Recent books by Jon K. Lauck are From Warm Center to Ragged Edge: The Erosion of Midwestern Regionalism, 1920-1965 (2017) and The Lost Region: Toward a Revival of Midwestern History (2013). He is also co-editor of The Plains Political Tradition: Essays on South Dakota Political Culture (2011, 2014, and 2018). ISBN: 978-0-931170-12-6 300 pages Price: $15.00

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2019 Center for Western Studies Publications Catalog