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Book Reviews


GOVERNOR LEROY COLLINS OF FLORIDA: SPOKESMAN FOR THE NEW SOUTH, by Tom Wagy, reviewed by Manning J. Dauer; HE-COON: THE BOB SIKES STORY, edited by Bobbye Sikes Wicke, reviewed by D. R. “Billy” Matthews; THE MIAMI RIOT OF 1980: CROSSING THE BOUNDS, by Bruce Porter and Marvin Dunn, reviewed by Robert P. Ingalls; MODERN FLORIDA GOVERNMENT, by Anne E. Kelley, reviewed by Allen Morris; RAILS ‘NEATH THE PALMS, by Robert W. Mann, reviewed by Herbert J. Doherty, Jr.; GEORGE WASHINGTON, A BIOGRAPHY, by John R. Alden, reviewed by Aubrey C. Land; THE PAPERS OF HENRY CLAY, VOLUME 8, CANDIDATE , COMPROMISER , WHIG, MARCH 5, 1829-DECEMBER 31, 1836, edited by Robert Seager II, reviewed by Edwin A. Miles; NO CHARIOT LET DOWN: CHARLESTON'S FREE PEOPLE OF COLOR ON THE EVE OF THE CIVIL WAR, edited by Michael P. Johnson and James L. Roark, reviewed by Theodore Hemmingway; A WOMAN DOCTOR'S CIVIL WAR: ESTHER HILL HAWKS’ DIARY, edited by Gerald Schwartz, reviewed by Joe M. Richardson; LAST TRAIN SOUTH: THE FLIGHT OF THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT FROM RICHMOND, by James C. Clark, reviewed by William Warren Rogers; THE BOOKER T. WASHINGTON PAPERS, VOLUME 13: 1914-1915, edited by Louis R. Harlan and Raymond W. Smock, reviewed by Thomas D. Clark; THE GREENING OF THE SOUTH: THE RECOVERY OF LAND AND FOREST, by Thomas D. Clark, reviewed by Linda Vance; THE NEW DEAL AND THE SOUTH, edited by James C. Cobb and Michael V. Namorato, reviewed by Thomas S. Morgan; RUNNING SCARED: SILVER IN MISSISSIPPI, by James W. Silver, reviewed by Numan V. Bartley; AMBIVALENT LEGACY: A LEGAL HISTORY OF THE SOUTH, edited by David J. Bodenhamer and James W. Ely, Jr., reviewed by John W. Johnson; SWAMP WATER AND WIREGRASS: HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF COASTAL GEORGIA, by George A. Rogers and R. Frank Saunders, Jr., reviewed by Kenneth Coleman