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Matthew S Luckett

Ph.D., History, UCLA (2014); M.A., History, Marquette (2005); B.A., History, Southeast Missouri State University (2003).

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E-mail: luckettm@ucla.edu


US History, Nineteenth-Century American West


This dissertation investigates horse stealing in the Midwest during the late-nineteenth century, compares the phenomenon's causes and effects in both ranching and farming communities, and explore the various ways in which authorities and citizens alike mobilized against the threat of horse stealing.


Stephen Aron, Joan Waugh, William Summerhill, and Miriam Golden

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