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Book Reviews


E. C., MR. SPEAKER, E. C. ROWELL, by Ormund Powers, reviewed by J. Larry Durrence; ALWAYS THE RIVERS FLOW: DELIBERATELY A MEMOIR, by Jesse Earle Bowden, reviewed by Linda V. Ellsworth; THE SEARCH FOR THE ATOCHA, by Eugene Lyon, reviewed by Wright Langley; OVIEDO: BIOGRAPHY OF A TOWN, by Richard Adicks and Donna M. Neely, reviewed by Marjory Bartlett Sanger; DISCOVERERS, EXPLORERS, SETTLERS; THE DILIGENT WRITERS OF EARLY AMERICA, by Wayne Franklin, reviewed by Paul E. Hoffman; LACHLAN MCINTOSH AND THE POLITICS OF REVOLUTIONARY GEORGIA, by Harvey H. Jackson, reviewed by David R. Chesnutt; THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: CHANGING PERSPECTIVES, edited by William M. Fowler, Jr., and Wallace Coyle, reviewed by Paul H. Smith; THE PAPERS OF JOHN C. CALHOUN: VOLUME XII, 1833-1835, edited by Clyde N. Wilson, reviewed by Herbert J. Doherty, Jr.; THE CONFEDERATE NATION, 1861-1865, by Emory M. Thomas, reviewed by Richard N. Current; ANTISLAVERY RECONSIDERED: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE ABOLITIONISTS, edited by Lewis Perry and Michael Fellman, reviewed by Phillip S. Paludan; JOHN TAYLOR WOOD, SEA GHOST OF THE CONFEDERACY, by Royce Gordon Shingleton, reviewed by George E. Buker; BEEN IN THE STORM SO LONG: THE AFTERMATH OF SLAVERY, by Leon F. Litwack, reviewed by Richard L. Hume; SLAVE POPULATION AND ECONOMY IN JAMAICA, 1807-1834, by B. W. Higman, reviewed by Kenneth Kiple; THE BOOKER T. WASHINGTON PAPERS, VOLUME 8; 1904-1906, edited by Louis R. Harlan, Raymond W. Smock, and Geraldine McTigue, reviewed by Thomas D. Clark; SLAVERY REMEMBERED: A RECORD OF TWENTIETH-CENTURY SLAVE NARRATIVES, by Paul D. Escott, reviewed by Peter Kolchin; PEBBLE HILL: THE STORY OF A PLANTATION, by William Warren Rogers, reviewed by Dena Snodgrass; THE IDEA OF THE AMERICAN SOUTH, 1920-1941, by Michael O’Brien, reviewed by Monroe Billington; BLACK DRINK: A NATIVE AMERICAN TEA, edited by Charles M. Hudson, reviewed by J. Leitch Wright, Jr.