John R. Wunder

John R. Wunder is a professor emeritus of history at the University of Nebraskaâ€"Lincoln. A widely published author and editor, his recent works include Reconfigurations of Native North America: An Anthology of New Perspectives and Americans View Their Dust Bowl Experience. He lives in Lincoln, Nebraska.
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Americans View Their Dust Bowl Experience

University Press of Colorado

Ideal for courses in American history, this book gathers first-person accounts of the trauma of the Thirties in the Heartland and assesses these accounts from the distance of several decades

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Gold Mountain Turned to Dust

Essays on the Legal History of the Chinese in the Nineteenth-Century American West

By John R. Wunder; Foreword by Liping Zhu
University of New Mexico Press

This legal history of the Chinese experience in the American West, based on the author’s lifetime of research in legal sources all over the Westâ€"from California to Montana to New Mexicoâ€"serves as a basic account of the legal treatment of Chinese immigrants in the West.

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