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Dinkins, Dunnellon-Boomtown of the 1890’s: The Story of Rainbow Springs and Dunnellon, by Baynard Kendrick; Lyons, My Florida, by Pat Parks; Murphy, The Frank Murphy Story, by John Frasca; Severein, Explorers of the Mississippi, by Jack D. L. Holmes; Wood, The Creation of the American Republic, 1776-1787, by Paul H. Smith; Kammen, A Rope of Sand: The Colonial Agents, British Politics, and the American Revolution, by Charles L. Mowat; Prucha, The Sword of the Republic: The United States Army on the Frontier, 1783-1846, by J. Leitch Wright, Jr.; McConnell, Negro Troops of Antebellum Louisiana: A History of the Battalion of Free Men of Color, by Joseph G. Tregle, Jr.; Phillips, The Slave Economy of the Old South: Selected Essays in Economic and Social History, by Leedell W. Neyland; Bailey, Edgar Gardner Murphy: Gentle Progressive, by Thomas D. Clark; Carter, Scottsboro: A Tragedy of the American South, by Dewey W. Grantham; Gatewood, Controversy in the Twenties: Fundamentalism, Modernism, and Evolution, by Byron S. Hollinshead; Jewell, Legislative Representation in the Contemporary South, by Gladys M. Kammerer; English, Roads to Research: Distinguished Library Collections of the Southeast, by Sam B. Smith; Talmadge, Corra Harris: Lady of Purpose, by H. Grady Hutcherson