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CONNECTING THE GREATER WEST Connecting the Greater West explores a wide range of topics on the American West, understood as not only the United States, but also northern Mexico, western Canada, and the borderlands areas between the regions. The series highlights the changing ways historians view the North American West. Books in the series address transnational history, borders and borderlands, immigration, environment and agriculture, and indigenous negotiations of bordered regions.

FANÁTICOS, EXILES, AND SPIES Julian F. Dodson $45.00 cloth 978-1-62349-753-8

BISON AND PEOPLE ON THE NORTH AMERICAN GREAT PLAINS Geoff Cunfer and Bill Waiser, eds. $60.00 cloth 978-1-62349-474-2

PESOS AND DOLLARS Alicia M. Dewey $49.95 cloth 978-1-62349-175-8

NATIVE BUT FOREIGN Brenden W. Rensink $40.00 cloth 978-1-62349-655-5

BLOOD ORANGES Timothy Paul Bowman $43.00 cloth 978-1-62349-414-8

THE PERFECT FENCE Lyn Ellen Bennett and Scott Abbott $40.00 cloth 978-1-62349-582-4

FARMING ACROSS BORDERS Sterling Evans, ed. $65.00 cloth 978-1-62349-568-8

WORKING WOMEN INTO THE POWER AND CONTROL IN THE BORDERLANDS IMPERIAL VALLEY Sonia Hernández Benny J. Andrés Jr. $45.00 cloth 978-1-62349-040-9 $24.95 paper 978-1-62349-463-6 $22.95 paper 978-1-62349-041-6

TRANSNATIONAL INDIANS IN THE NORTH AMERICAN WEST Clarissa Confer, Andrae Marak, and Laura Tuennerman, eds. $45.00 cloth 978-1-62349-326-4

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