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Book Reviews


Reviews of Redford, Billion-Dollar Sandbar: A Biography of Miami Beach, by Kathryn Hall Proby; Dean, The Tampa of My Childhood, 1897-1907, and On St. Andrews Bay, 1911-1917: A Sequel, by John D. Ware; Ford, A Comparison of Formative Cultures in the Americas: Diffusion or the Psychic Unity of Man, by William R. Bullard, Jr.; Huck and Moseley (eds.), Militarists, Merchants, and Missionaries, by Donald E. Worcester; McDermott, Frenchmen and French Ways in the Mississippi Valley, by William S. Coker; Brown, The Good Americans: The Loyalists in the American Revolution, by Robert M. Calhoon; Owsley (ed.), The South: Old and New Frontiers-Essays of Frank Lawrence Owsley, by Mary Elizabeth Massey; Quarles, Black Abolitionists, by Joseph D. Cushman; Davis, The Slave Power Conspiracy and the Paranoid Style, by James Rabun; Vandiver, Their Tattered Flags: The Epic of the Confederacy, by Glenn Tucker; Carter, Their Words Were Bullets: The Southern Press in War, Reconstruction, and Peace, by Julian S. Rammelkamp; Gaston, The New South Creed: A Study in Southern Mythmaking, by Dewey W. Grantham; Jackson, New Orleans in the Gilded Age: Politics and Urban Progress, 1880-1896, by Durward Long; Rundell, In Pursuit of American History: Research and Training in the United States, by Ernest F. Dibble; Catton, Prefaces to History, by Robert C. Harris