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Book Reviews

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LEMON CITY: PIONEERING ON BISCAYNE BAY, 1850-1925, by Thelma Peters, reviewed by John D. Pennekamp; EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY FLORIDA: LIFE ON THE FRONTIER, edited by Samuel Proctor, reviewed by J. Leitch Wright, Jr.; PRESENCIA HISPANICA EN LA FLORIDA, AYER Y HOY: 1513-1976, edited by José Augustín Balseire, reviewed by Bruce S. Chappell; PARADE OF MEMORIES: A HISTORY OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, by Arch Frederic Blakey, reviewed by George E. Buker; SPAIN: FORGOTTEN ALLY OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, by Buchanan Parker Thomson, reviewed by Aileen Moore Topping; THE IMPACT OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION ABROAD: PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE FOURTH SYMPOSIUM, MAY 8 AND 9, 1975. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS SYMPOSIA ON THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION reviewed by Robert A. Rutland; THE PRESIDENCY OF THOMAS JEFFERSON, BY FORREST MCDONALD, AND JEFFERSON: A REVEALING BIOGRAPHY, by Page Smith, reviewed by Robert M. Calhoon; A SOUTHERN ODYSSEY: TRAVELERS IN THE ANTEBELLUM NORTH, by John Hope Franklin, reviewed by Joe Gray Taylor; THIS SPECIES OF PROPERTY: SLAVE LIFE AND CULTURE IN THE OLD SOUTH, by Leslie Howard Owens, reviewed by Julia F. Smith; A GEORGIAN AT PRINCETON, by Robert Manson Myers, reviewed by James Rabun; THE TROUBLE THEY SEEN: BLACK PEOPLE TELL THE STORY OF RECONSTRUCTION, edited by Dorothy Sterling, reviewed by Peter D. Klingman; FREEDMAN, PHILANTHROPY, AND FRAUD: A HISTORY OF THE FREEDMAN’S SAVINGS BANK, by Carl R. Osthaus, reviewed by Joe M. Richardson; APPOINTMENT AT ARMAGEDDON: MUCKRAKING AND PROGRESSIVISM IN THE AMERICAN TRADITION, by Louis Filler, reviewed by Arnon Gutfeld; SOUTHERN GOVERNORS AND CIVIL RIGHTS: RACIAL SEGREGATION As A CAMPAIGN ISSUE IN THE SECOND RECONSTRUCTION, by Earl Black, reviewed by David R. Colburn; SIMPLE JUSTICE: THE HISTORY OF BROWN v. BOARD OF EDUCATION AND BLACK AMERICA’S STRUGGLE FOR EQUALITY, by Richard Kluger, reviewed by Augustus M. Burns, III

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