University of Nevada Press


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Decline in Western Resource Towns
Focusing on two Arizona towns that had their origins in mining bonanzas, Tombstone and Jerome, Eric L.... more

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The role of Native American teachers and administrators working in reservation schools has received very little attention, although their work is critical to preparing their students for the future.... more

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The American West is home to some of the best backpacking trips in the world, and within California and Nevada are several outstanding destination trails.... more

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Women at Work in Las Vegas, 1940–1990
The growth of Las Vegas that began in the 1940s brought an influx of both women and men looking to work in the expanding hotel and casino industries.... more

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The delightful and touching stories in Christmas in Nevada tell how Nevadans have celebrated the holiday, from 1858 to the present day.... more

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Urbanization and Cultural Conflict in the Great Basin
Cities, Sagebrush, and Solitude explores the transformation of the largest desert in North America, the Great Basin, into America’s last urban frontier.... more

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Rethinking the Health Care Debate
Health care in the United States has been described as a system in crisis since the late 1960s. No matter their position, those seeking to improve the system have relied on the rhetoric of crisis to build support for their preferred remedies, to the point where the language and imagery of a health care crisis are now deeply embedded in contemporary politics and popular culture.... more

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Gloria P. Totoricagüena presents a thorough comparative examination of the remarkable endurance of Basque identity and culture in six countries of the far-flung Basque diaspora.... more