Across the Continent: Jefferson, Lewis and Clark and the Making of America, Co-Editor, with Jeffrey L. Hantman, and Peter S. Onuf (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2005; paper, 2006).
Chapters, Articles and Essays
“Buffalo Bill’s Wild West,” in America in the World, 1776 to the Present, supplement to 3rd edition of the Dictionary of American History (Farmington Hills, MI: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2016).
“Cartographic Representations of the American West on the Eve of the Mormon Exodus,” in, Far Away in the West: The Mormon Exodus of 1846-1847, Edited by Scott C. Esplin, Richard E. Bennett, Susan Easton Black and Craig K. Manscill. Religious Studies Center. (Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press, 2015).
(with Jason A. Heppler), “A National Monument,” in A Companion to Custer and the Little Big Horn Campaign, Edited by Brad D. Lookingbill. (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015).
“Constructing Comanche Pasts: Landscape, Memory and the Cuerno Verde Rest Area,” New Mexico Historical Review, 81, no. 1 (winter 2006): 68-95.
“Creating Kearny: Forging a Historical Identity for a Central Arizona Mining Community,” The Journal of Arizona History, 46, no. 1 (spring 2005): 1-32.
“Oñate’s Foot: Histories, Landscapes and Contested Memories in the Southwest,” Chapter 5 in Across the Continent: Jefferson, Lewis and Clark and the Making of America, Douglas Seefeldt, Jeffrey L. Hantman, and Peter S. Onuf, eds. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2005, paper, 2006), 169-209.
Michael P. Dombeck, Christopher A. Wood, and Jack E. Williams, From Conquest to Conservation: Our Public Lands Legacy, in Western Historical Quarterly, spring 2006.
Gail Wells and Dawn Anzinger, Lewis and Clark Meet Oregon’s Forests: Lessons from Dynamic Nature, in Oregon Historical Quarterly, spring 2002.
Peter Stanfield, Horse Opera: The Strange History of the 1930s Singing Cowboy, in Virginia Quarterly Review, 2002.
Charles Montgomery, The Spanish Redemption: Heritage, Power, and Loss on New Mexico’s Upper Rio Grande, in Virginia Quarterly Review, 2002.
Timothy Sweet, American Georgics: Economy and Environment in Early American Literature, in Virginia Quarterly Review, 2002.
Larry McMurtry, Sacagawea’s Nickname: Essays on the American West, in Virginia Quarterly Review, 2002.
William G. Robbins and James C. Foster, eds., Land in the American West: Private Claims and the Common Good, in Utah Historical Quarterly, fall 2001.
David Stiller, Wounding the West: Montana, Mining, and the Environment, in South Dakota History, fall 2001.
David R. Reynolds, There Goes the Neighborhood: Rural School Consolidation at the Grass Roots in Early Twentieth-Century Iowa, in Nebraska History, summer 2001.