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Book Reviews


MIAMI: THE MAGIC CITY, by Arva Moore Parks, reviewed by Marcia J. Kanner; BISCAYNE COUNTRY, 1870-1926, by Thelma Peters, reviewed by Charlton W. Tebeau; HISTORY OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, 1854-1979, by Charles H. Hildreth and Merlin G. Cox, reviewed by Jerrell H. Shofner; IBERVILLE’S GULF JOURNALS, translated and edited by Richebourg Gaillard McWilliams, reviewed by Jack D. L. Holmes; FLORIDA’S PREHISTORIC STONE TECHNOLOGY, by Barbara A. Purdy, reviewed by Mark J. Brooks; THE LIFE AND TRAVELS OF JOHN BARTRAM: FROM LAKE ONTARIO TO THE RIVER ST. JOHN, by Edmund Berkeley and Dorothy Smith Berkeley, reviewed by Marjory Bartlett Sanger; JUAN NEPOMUCENO DE QUESADA, GOVERNOR OF SPANISH EAST FLORIDA, 1790-1795, by Janice Borton Miller, reviewed by Carole Watterson Troxler; FROM SAVANNAH TO YORKTOWN, THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION IN THE SOUTH, by Henry Lumpkin, reviewed by Don Higginbotham; THE ASTONISHED TRAVELER: WILLIAM DABBY, FRONTIER GEOGRAPHER AND MAN OF LETTERS, by J. Gerald Kennedy, reviewed by Robert R. Rea; THE HAMMONDS OF REDCLIFFE, by Carol Bleser, reviewed by Paul C. Nagel; THE FREE BLACK IN URBAN AMERICA, 1800-1850, by Leonard P. Curry, reviewed by Joe Gray Taylor; ON THE ROAD WITH JOHN JAMES AUDUBON, by Mary Durant and Michael Harwood, reviewed by E. Ashby Hammond; THE UNION CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR, VOLUME II, THE WAR IN THE EAST: FROM GETTYSBURG TO APPOMATTOX, 1863-1865, by Stephen Z. Starr, reviewed by James Lee McDonough; GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER: SCIENTIST & SYMBOL, by Linda O. McMurry, reviewed by Larry E. Rivers; ANOTHER DIMENSION TO THE BLACK DIASPORA: DIET, DISEASE AND RACISM, by Kenneth F. Kiple and Virginia Himmelsteib King, reviewed by E. H. Beardsley; THE COMPLETE BOOK OF SEMINOLE PATCHWORK, FROM TRADITIONAL METHODS TO CONTEMPORARY USES, by Beverly Rush, with Lassie Whitman, reviewed by Deborah G. Harding