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Contents of Volume 77, 1996

William Jennings Bryan Fall/Winter 1996 Vol. 77, Nos. 3&4:   $3.50 (members, $3.15)
On the Cover:
William Jennings Bryan. Lithograph portrait on fabric, 1896. (NSHS Museum Collections-547P-8)

Special Issue:
William Jennings Bryan and His America
Guest Editor: Robert W. Cherny
By Robert W. Cherny
The Cross of Gold Reburnished: A Contemporary Account of the 1896 Democratic Convention
Edited by William E. Christiansen
Bryan, Bryan, Bryan, Bryan
By Vachel Lindsay
Popular Appeals in the Campaign of 1896
By Rebecca Edwards
Tolstoy and Bryan
By Kenneth W. Wenzer
The Making of Labor's Democracy: William Jennings Bryan, the American Federation of Labor, and Progressive Era Politics
By Julie Greene
Postcard Politics: The 1908 Presidential Campaign
By John E. Carter
Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan
By Kendrick A. Clements
William Jennings Bryan's Last Campaign
By Stephen Jay Gould
William Jennings Bryan and the Historians
By Robert W. Cherny

Cheyenne Ledger Art Summer 1996 Vol. 77, No. 2:   $3.50 (members, $3.15)
Cheyenne Indian ledger art (NSHS Museum collections 11,310)

Guest Editor: R. Eli Paul
Remarks at the Symposium "The Way West," Lincoln, Nebraska
By Robert M. Utley
Something Old, Something New: Understanding the American West
By Kent Blaser
"We Had a Terribly Hard Time Letting Them Go": The Battles of Mud Springs and Rush Creek, February 1865
By John D. McDermott
Camp Robinson Letters of Angeline Johnson, 1876-1879
Edited by Phillip G. Twitchell
The Crazy Horse Scalp Shirt
By Gail DeBuse Potter
Battlefields as Material Culture: A Case Study from the Great Sioux War
By Paul L. Hedren

SAC Window Spring 1996 Vol. 77, No. 1:  $3.50 (members, $3.15)
On the Cover:
Detail from the SAC Memorial Window, Strategic Air Command Memorial Chapel, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. (R. Bruhn for NSHS)

The 1950s: A Retrospective View
By Michael W. Schuyler
"The Indian Who Never Got Home": The Burial of Sergeant John R. Rice
By William L. Hewitt
Scotts Bluff National Monument and the Coming of Television to the Nebraska Panhandle
By Phil Roberts
The Strategic Air Command Memorial Chapel
Witness to an Atomic Test
By Melba Scott with Carol Ahlgren
Change, Continuity, and Context in Nebraska History, 1940-1960
By William C. Pratt

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