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Book Reviews


Piker, Okfuskee: A Creek Town in Colonial America, by Michael D. Green; Hahn, The Invention of the Creek Nation, 1670-1763, by James Taylor Carson; Morris, Florida's Lost Tribes, by Francis X. Luca; Armitage and Braddick, eds., The British Atlantic World, 1500-1800, by Jonathan Eacott; Hyde, ed., A Fierce and Fractious Frontier: The Curious Development of Louisiana's Florida Parishes, 1699-2000, by Timothy R. Buckner; Meltzer, Hunted Like a Wolf: The Story of the Seminole War, by Samuel Watson; Billingsley, Communities of Kinship: Antebellum Families and the Settlement of the Cotton Frontier, by Daniel Kilbride; Pace, Halls of Honor: College Men in the Old South, by Lorri Glover; Wood, Masterful Women: Slaveholding Widows from the American Revolution through the Civil War by Mary Block; Dunkelman, Brothers One and All: Esprit de Corps in a Civil War Regiment, by Chad Morgan; Martin, Divided Mastery: Slave Hiring in the American South, by Randall M. Miller; Denham and Huneycutt, eds., Echoes from a Distant Frontier: The Brown Sisters' Correspondence from Antebellum Florida, by Lee Ann Caldwell; Willis, All According to God's Plan: Southern Baptist Missions and Race, 1945-1970, by Jared G. Toney; Crooks, Jacksonville: The Consolidation Story, From Civil Rights to theJaguars, by Robert Kerstein; Patterson, The Mosquito Wars: A History of Mosquito Control in Florida, by Eric Jarvis; Kerstein, Politics and Growth in Twentieth-Century Tampa, by Richard Fogelsong; Feldman, Before Brown: Civil Rights and White Backlash in the Modern South, by S. Willoughby Anderson; Peacock, Watson, and Matthews, eds., The American South in a Global World, by Melanie Shell-Weiss; Smith and Cohn, eds., Look Away: The U.S. South in New World Studies, by Fred Hobson