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Catalog Spring 2008

Catalog Spring 2008

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OKLAHOMA
 
spring
/
summer
2008
university
 
of
 
oklahoma
 
press
 
American Indian, The
, Nichols 24
Art from Fort Marion
, Szabo 17
At Sword’s Point, Part 1
, MacKinnon 39
Baonets in the Wilderness
, Gaff 35
Best of Covered Wagon Women
, Holmes 6
Borrowed Soldiers
, Yockelson 21
Bffalo Inc.
,
 
Braun 25
Civil War in Ariona, The
, Masich 35
Clodia
, Hejduk 34
Cltral Contact and Lingistic Relativit among the Indians of Northwestern California
, O’Neill 30
Creating Characters
, Swain 10
Does People Do It?
, Harris 4
Far Reaches of Empire, The
, Grenier 19
Finding a Fallen Hero
, Korkuc 9
Forced Federalism
, Corntassel/Witmer 28
Gide to Andean Docmentar Sorces, A
, Pillsbury 14
High Contr
, Wyman 10
Horses That Bck
, Case 8
Idaho’s Bnker Hill
, Aiken 36
Kiss of the Fr Qeen
, Highway 36
Legacies of Camelot
, Finch 7
Letter to America,
 
A
, Boren 1
Letter to M Father,
 
A
, Mossman 9
Mack to the Resce
,
 
Lehrer
 
3
Mar Martin, Broadwa Legend
, Davis 5
Nahatl Theater, Volme 3
, Sell/Burkhart/Wright 32
Napoleon’s
Et Tee
, Gallaher 18
Nation of Statesmen, A
, Oberly 36
Navigating the Missori
, Lass 38
Ne Perces in the Indian Territor, The
, Pearson 26
North American Jornals of Prince Maimillian of Wied, The
,Witte/Gallagher 15
Teas Jorne, A,
Barker 13
Oklahoma
, Bender/Brune/Raffe 13
Patterns of Echange,
Wilkins 33
Power of Mone in Congressional Campaigns, The
, Parker 16
Pre-removal Choctaw Histor
, O’Brien 27
Reasoning Together
29
Reflections on American Indian Histor
, Hurtado 31
Saving Jack
, Willis 2
Stricken Field
,
 
Greene 23
Teas Jorne, A
,
 
Barker 12
Three Das in the Shenandoah
, Ecelbarger 20
Washita
, Greene 11
Water Mills of the Missori Oarks
, Suggs 11
Will Rogers: Cortship and Correspondence, 1900–1915
,
 
Collins 12
Will Rogers Sas. . .
,
 
Collins 12
William Clark: Indian Diplomat
, Buckley 22Previously Announced Paperbacks 37The Arthur H. Clark Company Books 38–39Recent Releases 40–41Best-Selling Paperbacks 42–43Ordering and Sales Information 44Index 45
A Northern Cheenne Albm
Photographs byThomas B. MarquisEdited by Margot Liberty978-0-8061-3893-0
$29.95 Paper
Joan Paterson Kerr Award
Western History Association
A Danish Photographerof Idaho Indians
Benedicte WrenstedBy Joanna Cohan Scherer978-0-8061-3684-4
$29.95 Cloth
2006 Book Award
– Idaho Library Association
John Stter
A Life on the NorthAmerican FrontierBy Albert L. Hurtado978-0-8061-3772-8
$34.95 Cloth
Co-Founders Best Book of 2006
– Westerners International
Caughey Prize
– Western History Association
Ja Cooke’s Gamble
The Northern Pacific Railroad,the Sioux, and the Panic of 1873By M. John Lubetkin978-0-8061-3740-7
$29.95 Cloth
John M. Carroll Award
– LittleBighorn Associates,
Best BookAward
– Northern Pacific Railway Historical Association,,
Spur Award, Best HistoricalNon-Fiction
– Western Writersof America
Cra Horse
A Lakota LifeBy Kingsley M. Bray978-0-8061-3785-8
$34.95 Cloth
Best Book of 2006
– Custer Battlefield Historical and Museum Association,
Spur Award, BestWestern Biography
– WesternWriters of America
Indians and Emigrants
Encounters on the Overland TrailsBy Michael L. Tate978-0-8061-3710-0
$29.95 Cloth
Great Plains DistinguishedBook Prize
– Center for GreatPlains Studies
Dreams to Dst
A Tale of the Oklahoma Land RushBy Sheldon Russell978-0-8061-3721-6
$26.95 Cloth
Oklahoma Book Award, Fiction
– Oklahoma Center for the Book,
2006 Langum Prize in AmericanHistorical Fiction
– LangumProject for Historical Literature
Historical Atlas of Oklahoma
Fourth EditionBy Charles Robert Goins andDanney Goble978-0-8061-3482-6
$39.95 Cloth
Oklahoma Book Award, Non-Fiction
– Oklahoma Center for the Book 
The Civil War in Ariona
The Story of the CaliforniaVolunteers, 1861–1865By Andrew E. Masich978-0-8061-3747-6
$32.95 Cloth
Southwest Book of the Year
Border Regional Library Association
CONTENTS
AWARD-WINNING TITLES
 
new
 
books
1
spring
/
summer
 
2008
A LETTER TO AMERICA
By David Boren
 A powerful wake-up call to all Americans
A Letter to America
boldly faces the question of how long the United States, withonly six percent of the world’s population, can remain a global superpower.University of Oklahoma president David Boren explains with unsparing claritywhy the country is at a crossroads and why decisive action is urgently needed. Hedraws on his experiences as the longest-serving chair of the U.S. Senate’s SelectCommittee on Intelligence and as a state governor and leader of a major publicuniversity.America is in trouble because its people are losing faith in the country’s future.What the country needs, Boren asserts, are major reforms to restore the abilityof our political system to act responsibly. We have shared values, and we shoulduse them to replace cynicism with hope and the determination to build a betterfuture. Bipartisan cooperation on behalf of national interests needs to replacedestructive partisanship, and we should not rule out electing a president indepen-dent of both existing parties. We must fashion a post–Cold War foreign policythat fits twenty-first-century realities—including several contending superpowers.We must adopt campaign finance reform that restores political power to the vot-ers, rather than special interests. Universal health care coverage, budget deficitreduction, affordable higher education, and a more progressive tax structure willstrengthen the middle class.Boren also describes how we can renew our emphasis on quality primary and sec-ondary education, revitalize our spirit of community, and promote volunteerism.He urges the teaching of more American history and government, for withouteducated citizens our system cannot function and our rights will not be preserved.Unless we understand how we became great, we will not remain great.The plan Boren puts forward is ambitious and hopeful. It challenges Americansto look into the future, decide what we want to be and where we want to go, andthen implement the policies and actions we need to take us there.A Rhodes Scholar,
David Boren
is President of the University of Oklahoma. Aformer governor of Oklahoma, he served as U.S. Senator from Oklahoma from1979 to 1994 and chaired the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence from 1987to 1993.
March112 pages5 X 7 1/2978-0-8061-3944-9$14.95 Cloth
Publicity
• National publicity• National print features and reviews• Author appearances• National radio satellite tour
Advertising
• Major national print advertising• Political science journal advertising
Promotion
• Widespread advance reader distribution• Online promotions• Video promotion• Targeted mailings• Blog campaign• On display at national and regional politicalassociation meetings
PoliticalScience
“Wise, timely, and constructive views fromone of the leading public servants and educa-tors of our time.”
DAVID M
c
CuLLOuGH
Pulitzer Prize–winning historian
For additional information aboutthe book and the author visit
www.alettertoamerica.org

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