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LA POBLACION DE LUISIANA ESPANOLA (1763-1803), by Antonio Acosta Rodríguez, reviewed by Paul E. Hoffman; FIFTY YEARS OF PLEASURE: THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS, INC., by Pat Watters, reviewed by Charlton W. Tebeau; ARCHEOLOGY AND A SCIENCE OF MAN, by Wilfred T. Neill, reviewed by John W. Griffin; DISCOVERING AMERICA, 1700-1875, by Henry Savage, Jr., reviewed by Richard A. Bartlett; THE PAPERS OF HENRY LAURENS, VOLUME SEVEN: AUG. 1, 1769-OCT. 9, 1771, edited by George C. Rogers, Jr., David R. Chestnutt, and Peggy J. Clark, reviewed by Richard Walsh; LETTERS OF DELEGATES TO CONGRESS, 1774-1789, VOLUME 4: MAY 16-AUGUST 15, 1776, edited by Paul H. Smith, Gerard W. Gawalt, Rosemary Fry Plakas, and Eugene R. Sheridan, reviewed by Robert M. Calhoon; THE IDEA OF A SOUTHERN NATION: SOUTHERN NATIONALISTS AND SOUTHERN NATIONALISM, 1830-1860, by John McCardell, reviewed by John Pancake; THE SLAVE DRIVERS: BLACK AGRICULTURAL LABOR IN THE ANTEBELLUM SOUTH, by William L. Van Deburg, THE BLACK RURAL LANDOWNER-ENDANGER SPECIES: SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS, edited by Leo McGee and Robert Boone, reviewed by Gilbert C. Fite; THE DIARY OF MISS EMMA HOLMES, 1861-1866, by John F. Marszalek, reviewed by Emory M. Thomas; 1866: THE CRITICAL YEAR REVISITED, by Patrick W. Riddleberger, reviewed by Dan J. Kraska; To SET THE LAW IN MOTION: THE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU AND THE LEGAL RIGHTS OF BLACKS, 1865-1868, by Donald G. Nieman, reviewed by George R. Bentley; FROM THE CAPTAIN TO THE COLONEL: AN INFORMAL HISTORY OF EASTERN AIRLINES, by Robert J. Serling, reviewed by John P. Ingle, Jr.; SOUTHERN MUSIC/AMMERICAN MUSIC, by Bill C. Malone, reviewed by Augustus M. Burns III; FOXFIRE 5, by Eliot Wigginton, reviewed by Charles W. Crawford; THE BLACK TOWNS, by Norman L. Crockett, reviewed by Joe M. Richardson; THE HALF-BLOOD: A CULTURAL SYMBOL IN 19TH-CENTURY AMERICAN FICTION, by William J. Scheick, reviewed by Odie B. Faulk