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Book Reviews


SITUADO AND SABANA: SPAIN’S SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR THE PRESIDIO AND MISSION PROVINCES OF FLORIDA, by Amy Turner Bushnell, reviewed by William S. Coker; FLORIDA INDIANS AND THE INVASION FROM EUROPE, by Jerald T. Milanich, reviewed by John K. Mahon; PEDRO MENÉNDEZ DE AVILÉS, by Eugene Lyon, reviewed by Susan R. Parker; FORT MEADE, 1859-1900, by Canter Brown, Jr., reviewed by Janet Snyder Matthews; THE AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE OF FLORIDA, edited by David R. Colburn and Jane L. Landers, reviewed by Irwin D. Solomon; SWAMP SONG: A NATURAL HISTORY OF FLORIDA’S SWAMPS, by Ron Larson, reviewed by Patricia G. Dillon; JUMP AT THE SUN: ZORA NEALE HURSTON’S COSMIC COMEDY, by John Lowe, reviewed Kathryn Lee Seidel; FORAGING AND FARMING IN THE EASTERN WOODLANDS, edited by C. Margaret Scarry, reviewed by Andrea A. Hunter; THE ECONOMY AND MATERIAL CULTURE OF SLAVES: GOODS AND CHATTELS ON THE SUGAR PLANTATIONS OF JAMAICA AND LOUISIANA, by Roderick A. McDonald, reviewed by Christopher Morris; THE WORK OF RECONSTRUCTION: FROM SLAVE TO WAGE LABOR IN SOUTH CAROLINA, 1860-1870, by Julie Satille, reviewed by David A. Zonderman; RACE, CLASS, AND COMMUNITY IN SOUTHERN LABOR HISTORY, edited by Gary M. Fink and Merl E. Reed, reviewed by Michael David Tegeder; THE LAST VOYAGE OF EL NUEVO CONSTANTE: THE WRECK AND RECOVERY OF AN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY SPANISH SHIP OFF THE LOUISIANA COAST, by Charles E. Pearson and Paul E. Hoffman, reviewed by Robert F. Marx; MARCHING WITH SHERMAN, by Henry Hitchcock, reviewed by G. B. Crawford; NEW SOUTH - NEW LAW. THE LEGAL FOUNDATIONS OF CREDIT AND LABOR RELATIONS IN THE POSTBELLUM AGRICULTURAL SOUTH, by Harold D. Woodman, reviewed by Michael Woods; COUNTRY PEOPLE IN THE NEW SOUTH, by Jeanette Keith, reviewed by Gordon B. McKinney; REMEMBERING THE MAINE, by Peggy and Harold Samuels, reviewed by Robert David Ward; CODE-NAME DOWNFALL: THE SECRET PLAN TO INVADE JAPAN---AND WHY TRUMAN DROPPED THE BOMB, by Thomas B. Allen and Norman Polmar, reviewed by Edmund F. Kallina, Jr.