Vol. 114, No. 3, April 2020

Feature Articles

  • In Memory of Alan R. Havig, 1940–2020
  • “The Recuperative Powers of Missouri”: The Civil War and Reconciliation in a Border State, by Amy Laurel Fluker
  • Senator Thomas C. Hennings Jr. of Missouri: Political Champion of the Black Freedom Struggle, by John Kyle Day
  • Schools for Victory: The US Navy V-12 Officer Training Program in Missouri during World War II, by Robert P. Wiegers

From the Stacks

Research Center–Kansas City

  • Early Women Architects of Kansas City, Part 2: The Nelle E. Peters Architectural Records and Amanda Elizabeth Evans Rivard Papers, by Rachel Forester

Book Reviews

  • Searching for Black Confederates: The Civil War’s Most Persistent Myth, by Kevin M. Levin
    Reviewed by Megan L. Bever
  • A History of the Ozarks, Volume 2: The Conflicted Ozarks, by Brooks Blevins
    Reviewed by Brian D. McKnight
  • William Gregg’s Civil War: The Battle to Shape the History of Guerrilla Warfare, edited by Joseph M. Beilein Jr.
    Reviewed by Nicole Etcheson
  • Hostile Heartland: Racism, Repression, and Resistance in the Midwest, by Brent M. S. Campney
    Reviewed by Patrick Huber

Book Notes

  • Great River City: How the Mississippi River Shaped St. Louis, by Andrew Wanko
  • In the Wake of Lewis and Clark: The Expedition and the Making of Antebellum America, by Larry E. Morris
  • The Blue Mound Chronicles: Stories and History of a Small Missouri Town, by Joe G. Dillard, Brock Jones, Gary Maberry, and Jerry R. Stephens
  • Remembering Missouri’s Lookout Towers: A Place above the Trees, by Bob Frakes
  • Wallace H. Graham: The Man Who Became President Truman’s Physician, by Wallace Harry Graham

Graduate Theses Relating to Missouri History, 2019