Vol. 117, No. 4, July 2023

Feature Articles

  • A "Rebellious District and Dangerous Locality": Cherokee Soldiers and Refugees in Neosho, Missouri, 1862–1863, by Greg Olson
  • The Ubiquitous Activist, the Peace Professor, and Student Protest at the University of Missouri in the Vietnam War Era, by Joe P. Dunn
  • The Organization, Establishment, and Legacy of the Missouri State Militia: A Historical Approach to Understanding Veterans' Benefits during the Civil War Era, by Sarah J. Gross

From the Stacks

Research Center–Cape Girardeau

  • The Decline of the Neighborhood Grocery in American Life: The Vandeven Family Papers, by Bill Eddleman

Book Reviews

  • Convulsed States: Earthquakes, Prophecy, and the Remaking of Early America, by Jonathan Todd Hancock
    Reviewed by Matthew Dennis
  • Crossroads of a Continent: Missouri Railroads, 1851–1921, by Peter A. Hansen, Carlos Arnaldo Schwantes, and Don L. Hofsommer
    Reviewed by Jeff Schramm
  • Where Misfits Fit: Counterculture and Influence in the Ozarks, by Thomas Michael Kersen
    Reviewed by Joel Rhodes
  • Ballad Hunting with Max Hunter: Stories of an Ozark Folksong Collector, by Sarah Jane Nelson
    Reviewed by Kip Lornell
  • A Brick and a Bible: Black Women's Radical Activism in the Midwest during the Great Depression, by Melissa Ford
    Reviewed by Alonzo M. Ward
  • When a Dream Dies: Agriculture, Iowa, and the Farm Crisis of the 1980s, by Pamela Riney-Kehrberg
    Reviewed by R. Douglas Hurt

Book Notes

  • Suds Series: Baseball, Beer Wars, and the Summer of '82, by J. Daniel
  • Hidden History of Cole County, Missouri, by Jeremy P. Amick
  • The Wild Horses of Shannon County, Missouri, by Dean Curtis
  • Cavalry in the Wilderness: Cavalry in the Western Theater of the American Revolutionary War and the French and Indian War, by Stephen L. Kling Jr.
  • Bosnian St. Louis: Between Two Worlds, by Patrick McCarthy and Akif Cogo
  • Digging Deeper: USMC Veteran Solo Paddles the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, by Amanda Hoenes

News in Brief

In Memory of John F. Bradbury, 1952–2023

Index to Volume 117

Cover Description

The D&C Bath and Club House on Indian Creek in Anderson, McDonald County, Missouri, circa 1910. [Lynn Morrow Papers, R1000]