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Sagebrush Rebellion

William Coons

Sagebrush Rebellion

legitimate assertion of state"s rights or retrograde land grab? : a selected subject bibliography and resource guide

by William Coons

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Published by Vance Bibliographies in Monticello, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West (U.S.)
    • Subjects:
    • Public lands -- Bibliography -- West (U.S.),
    • Public lands -- West (U.S.) -- History -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      StatementWilliam Coons.
      SeriesPublic administration series--bibliography,, P-667
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ7164.L3 C62, HD243.A17 C62
      The Physical Object
      Pagination18 p. ;
      Number of Pages18
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3818140M
      LC Control Number81127075

      In the West, in particular, Reagan’s call for less government was in perfect harmony with the Sagebrush Rebellion. The rebellion, which was mostly rhetorical, was a reaction to land use and environmental regulations made in faraway Washington that were considered a threat to development of urban areas and resource-based industries, such as. Cawley investigates the Sagebrush Rebellion, examining how the definitions of federal land management concepts, such as conservation, influenced policy-making, and exploring the .

        The Sagebrush Rebellion by Mary Reeves Bell. Paperback $ Ship This Item — Qualifies for Free Shipping Buy Online, Pick up in Store is currently unavailable, but this item may be available for in-store purchase. Sign in to Purchase Instantly The third book in the Rose Years series, the story of the spirited daughter of the Author: Mary Reeves Bell. The “Sagebrush Rebellion,” or the movement to encourage the privatization of western public lands, has been characterized as a deceitful attempt by vested interests to channel public treasure into Author: Douglas Wentz.

        The Sagebrush Rebellion, the Bundys, and American Vigalantism A look at the history behind the ideology driving the standoff in Oregon. James Joyner Wednesday, January 6, . The “Sagebrush Rebellion” militants who seized control of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in January repeatedly called for the “return” of federal lands to the states. As extreme as Author: Hugh Spitzer.


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"An excellent account of the Sagebrush Rebellion as a defining event in the political history of public land policy in the western states. This is a valuable contribution to the literature on federal land policy and natural resource by:   Of God And Guns: How The Sagebrush Rebellion Turned Into A Hotbed Of Armed Modern Radicals In this excerpt from Betsy Gaines Quammen's new book 'American Zion: Cliven Bundy, God & Public Lands in the West," the author explores how Utah became the center of anti-federalism.

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 5/5(3). This encyclopedia article consists of approximately 1 page of information about Sagebrush Rebellion.

Print Word PDF. This section contains words (approx. 1 page at words per page) A political movement in certain western states during the late s, sparked by passage of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act in The federal.

Get this from a library. The sagebrush rebellion. [Mary Reeves Bell] -- Con flies from his home in Austria to his grandparent's ranch in Wyoming where he spends the summer trying to save the family's old Sagebrush Rebellion book from unknown saboteurs.

Judge Loren Smith, appointed by President Reagan (a Sagebrush Rebellion champion) to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims inrejects. It is the center of the "wise-use movement" or "sagebrush rebellion" - an apparent grass-roots uprising that is yet another expression of the West's deeply rooted ethos of independence.

“An excellent account of the Sagebrush Rebellion as a defining event in the political history of public land policy in the western states. This is a valuable contribution to the literature on federal land policy and natural resource politics. "The Sagebrush Rebellion." "The War Against the West." "The County Supremacy Movement." Over the last twenty years, various names have been applied to the conflict.

But the underlying conflict itself -- over who will control the lands of Nevada -- has been part of Silver State history from the very beginning. In fact, even before the beginning.

Gregg Cawley, a political science professor at the University of Wyoming and author of a book about the Sagebrush Rebellion, said the recent clashes are related to.

The court case has Sagebrush Rebellion connections. The rancher originally involved in the case, H. Wayne Hage, sympathized with the protest movement and wrote a book, “Storm Over. The Sagebrush Rebellion: A Concise Analysis of the History, the Law, and Politics of Public Land in the United States.

The Agency, - Federal areas within states - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY l. 1: HISTORY. Simply follow the guidelines above to download Sagebrush Rebellion: Evolution of a movement FREE.

Download full version Rating: How to download Sagebrush Rebellion: Evolution of a movement book. Click the button link listed below; Register for free and also fill the Data; Get ebook Sagebrush Rebellion: Evolution of a movement. US Supreme Court closes book on Wayne Hage, Sagebrush Rebellion court case chapter in a feud that dates to the days of the Sagebrush Rebellion.

The government charged the Hage family, along. An account of the Sagebrush Rebellion of the late s--in which a region of fifteen states declared war on the property clause of the U.S. constitution--as a defining event in the political history of public land policy in the West.

Cawley's analysis emphasizes understanding the rebels' perspective. Using Biased Sources: The Sagebrush Rebellion.

This assignment requires you to analyze six documents about the Sagebrush Rebellion. You will begin by carefully reading several documents in Foner (#, #, #, #) along with “Conley rape of the west article”, and “Zuckerman the interior department goes to war” and then.

Sagebrush Rebellion Shortly after he was elected in a landslide over President Jimmy Carter inRonald Reagan sent a telegram to the "Sagebrush Convention" in Salt Lake City.

In the telegram President-elect Reagan sent "best wishes to all my fellow 'Sagebrush Rebels'" and gave the conventioneers some hope for a successful campaign to. On a February morning, I met Cliven Bundy at his house at the ranch, tucked into sagebrush above the quiet Virgin River.

He was clean-shaven, wearing jeans and a shiny belt buckle. Perhaps it would be better to put this into an entry for "Sagebrush Rebellion" connected to this entry. We need to add other key players, including especially Sen.

Paul Laxalt, R-Nev., since Nevada was a hotbed of hotheads on the issue. This may be the most complete entry on the Sagebrush Rebellion so far. --Edarrell21 June (UTC). At the time my book was published the dominant view was that the Sagebrush Rebellion ended when the movement failed to transfer public lands to the states.

I saw a different possibility. While the Sagebrush Rebellion as a more or less formal movement might have ended, the issues raised by it were far from being settled. This is an absolutely fantastic book - insightful, full of details and yet concise - a very difficult combination. Definitely read this if you are interested in /5.

The Gaspee Affair and The Sagebrush Rebellion. Reflections on the Gaspee Affair and the Siege of Bundy Ranch. by Elias Alias. Foreword: Let us prep a bit before we get into the meat of the matter below. Let us first recall a passage from a book entitled “Three Rights” by Dr.

Edwin Vieira, Jr. In his book he notes several things which glare sternly, if subtly, from the dried ink on our. BOOK REVIEW: 'Sagebrush Rebel' The Sagebrush Rebellion was a movement largely by ranchers and timber people in the interior West in the latter years of .