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Book Reviews


BILLY BARTRAM AND HIS GREEN WORLD, by Marjory Bartlett Sanger, reviewed by Wyatt Blassingame; A HISTORY OF FLORIDA BAPTISTS, by Edward E. Joiner, reviewed by Walter B. Posey; SOME WHO PASSED THIS WAY, by Ira A. Hutchinson, reviewed by John D. Ware; THE EVERGLADES TODAY: ENDANGERED WILDERNESS, by George X. Sand, reviewed by Thelma Peters; T. THOMAS FORTUNE: MILITANT JOURNALIST, by Emma Lou Thornbrough, reviewed by Jerrell H. Shofner; THE EUROPEAN DISCOVERY OF AMERICA: THE NORTHERN VOYAGES, A.D., 500-1660, by Samuel Eliot Morison, reviewed by Charles W. Arnade; BARTOLOMÉ DE LAS CASAS IN HISTORY: TOWARD AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE MAN AND HIS WORK, edited by Juan Friede and Benjamin Keen, reviewed by Michael V. Gannon; WHITE, RED, AND BLACK, THE SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY VIRGINIAN, by Wesley Frank Craven, reviewed by George C. Rogers, Jr.; DETAILED REPORTS ON THE SALZBURGER EMIGRANTS WHO SETTLED IN AMERICA . . . EDITED BY SAMUEL URLSBERGER, VOLUME III, 1736, edited by George Fenwick Jones and Marie Hahn, reviewed by W. Calvin Smith; THE GREAT REVIVAL, 1787-1805: THE ORIGINS OF THE SOUTHERN EVANGELICAL MIND, by John B. Boles, reviewed by Samuel S. Hill, Jr.; THE PAPERS OF JOHN C. CALHOUN, VOLUME V, 1820-1821, edited by W. Edwin Hemphill, reviewed by Thomas P. Govan; DISPOSSESSING THE AMERICAN INDIAN, by Wilbur R. Jacobs, reviewed by Angie Debo; THE CHILDREN OF PRIDE: A TRUE STORY OF GEORGIA AND THE CIVIL WAR, edited by Robert Manson Myers, reviewed by Julia F. Smith; KIRBY SMITH’S CONFEDERACY: Robert L. Kirby, THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI SOUTH, 1863-1865, by reviewed by Glenn Tucker; A PRO-SLAVERY CRUSADE: THE AGITATION TO REOPEN THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE, by Ronald T. Takaki, reviewed by Kenneth F. Kiple; THE REFORMERS AND THE AMERICAN INDIAN, by Robert W. Mardock, reviewed by Helen Hornbeck Tanner; DOWN TO NOW: REFLECTIONS ON THE SOUTHERN CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT, by Pat Watters, reviewed by David Chalmers; SOUTH TO A VERY OLD PLACE, by Albert Murray, reviewed by Frank G. Slaughter