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Reviews of The Territorial Papers of the United States, Volume XXIII The Territory of Florida, 1824-1828 and Volume XXIV The Territory of Florida, 1828-1834. Compiled and edited by Clarence Edwin Carter. (Washington, U. S. Government Printing Office, 1958, 1959. Vol. XXIII, 1191 pp. Maps and index. $6.50; Vol. XXIV, 1143 pp. Maps and index. $8.00.); Historic Sites in and Around the Jim Woodruff Reservoir Area, Florida-Georgia. By Mark F. Boyd. River Basin Surveys Papers, No. 13. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 169. (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1958. pp. 195-314. Plates, Bibliography,); Pioneer Florida. Edited by D. B. McKay. With a foreword by Charles F. Benson. (Tampa, The Southern Publishing Company, 1959. 3 vols. Illustrations, general index, biographical index. $65.00.); The Florida Supreme Court: A Study in Judicial Selection. By Emmett W. Bashful. Studies in Government, No. 24. (Tallahassee, Florida State University, 1958. 111 pp.); Carpetbag Rule in Florida; The Inside Workings of the Reconstruction of Civil Government in Florida after the close of the Civil War. By John Wallace. (Jacksonville, Da Costa Printing and Publishing House, 1888; republished by Continental Book Company, Kennesaw, Georgia, 1959. 444 pp. Appendixes. $10.00.)