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Book Reviews


JACKSONVILLE'S ORDEAL BY FIRE: A CIVIL WAR HISTORY, by Richard A. Martin and Daniel L. Schafer, reviewed by George E. Buker; THE ARCHITECTURE OF HENRY JOHN KLUTHO: THE PRAIRIE SCHOOL OF JACKSONVILLE, by Robert C. Broward, reviewed by Ivan Rodriguez; ORLANDO: THE CITY BEAUTIFUL, by Jerrell H. Shofner, reviewed by Marjory Bartlett Sanger; MIAMI 1909, WITH EXCERPTS FROM FANNIE CLEMONS’ DIARY, by Thelma Peters, reviewed by Paul S. George; WITH HEMINGWAY: A YEAR IN KEY WEST AND CUBA, by Arnold Samuelson, HEMINGWAY IN CUBA, by Norberto Fuentes, reviewed by Peter Lisca; U.S. MILITARY EDGED WEAPONS OF THE SECOND SEMINOLE WAR, by Ron G. Hickox, reviewed by John K. Mahon; SLAVERY AND HUMAN PROGRESS, by David Brion Davis, reviewed by Peter Kolchin; CORRESPONDENCE OF JAMES K. POLK, VOLUME VI: 1842-1843, edited by Wayne Cutler, reviewed by John Hebron Moore; THE PAPERS OF JEFFERSON DAVIS, VOLUME 3: JULY 1846-DECEMBER 1848, edited by James T. McIntosh, THE PAPERS OF JEFFERSON DAVIS, VOLUME 4: 1849-1852, edited by Lynda Lasswell Crist, reviewed by Bertram Wyatt-Brown; THE INDIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS BOARD: AN ASPECT OF NEW DEAL INDIAN POLICY, by Robert Fay Schrader, reviewed by Harry A. Kersey, Jr.; SHIPWRECK ANTHOLOGY, edited by Richard A. Gould, reviewed by Barbara A. Purdy; THE CRUCIBLE OF RACE: BLACK-WHITE RELATIONS IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH SINCE EMANCIPATION, by Joe Williamson, reviewed by Ira Berlin; SOUTHERNERS ALL, by F. N. Boney, reviewed by Ben Procter; DIXIE DATELINE : A J OURNALISTIC PORTRAIT OF THE CONTEMPORARY SOUTH, edited by John B. Boles, reviewed by Horance G. Davis, Jr.; THIRD TO NONE: THE SAGA OF SAVANNAH JEWRY, 1733-1983, by Saul Jacob Rubin, reviewed by Phinizy Spalding; THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF BOURBON: AN UNHURRIED ACCOUNT OF OUR STAR-SPANGLED AMERICAN DRINK, by Gerald Carson, reviewed by Jack D. L. Holmes