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Book Reviews


KEY WEST: CIGAR CITY U.S.A., by L. Glenn Westfall, reviewed by Rodney E. Dillon, Jr.; FLORIDA'S PAST: PEOPLE AND EVENTS THAT SHAPED THE STATE, by Gene M. Burnett, reviewed by Jesse Earle Bowden; A HISTORY OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, by Elizabeth Hunter Sims, reviewed by Eloise Goza Allen; VOYAGERS TO THE WEST: A PASSAGE IN THE PEOPLING OF AMERICA ON THE EVE OF THE REVOLUTION, by Bernard Bailyn, reviewed by Robert R. Rea; CUBA, 1753-1815: CROWN, MILITARY, AND SOCIETY, by Allan J. Kuethe, reviewed by Kenneth F. Kiple; THE SOUTHERN INDIANS AND BENJAMIN HAWKINS, 1796-1816, by Florette Henri, reviewed by Bailey Thomson; NEW PERSPECTIVES ON RACE AND SLAVERY IN AMERICA: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF KENNETH M. STAMP, edited by Robert H. Abzug and Stephen E. Maizlish, reviewed by Herbert Aptheker; THE LEGAL FRATERNITY AND THE MAKING OF A NEW SOUTH COMMUNITY, 1848-1882, by Gail Williams O’Brien, reviewed by John W. Johnson; FARM TENANCY AND THE CENSUS IN ANTEBELLUM GEORGIA, by Frederick A. Bode and Donald E. Ginter, reviewed by Julia Floyd Smith; BOLD DRAGOON: THE LIFE OF J.E.B. STUART, by Emory M. Thomas, reviewed by James Lee McDonough; SLAVE EMANCIPATION IN CUBA: THE TRANSITION TO FREE LABOR, 1860-1899, by Rebecca J. Scott, reviewed by Louis A. Pérez, Jr.; FRUSTRATED FELLOWSHIP : THE BLACK BAPTIST QUEST FOR SOCIAL POWER, by James Melvin Washington, reviewed by Wayne Flynt; BLOOD JUSTICE: THE LYNCHING OF MACK CHARLES PARKER, by Howard Smead, reviewed by Glen Jeansonne; THE GREAT FATHER : THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND THE AMERICAN INDIANS, VOLUMES I AND II, by Francis Paul Prucha, reviewed by John K. Mahon; INDIAN SELF-RULE, edited by Kenneth R. Philp, reviewed by Harry A. Kersey, Jr.