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  Volume 39, Number 2, November 1999

Table of Contents

A Geographic Assessment of Health-Care Coverage in Two "Rural" North Carolina Communities

pp. 127-144

New Urbanism, Pedestrianism, and Inner-City Charlotte Neighborhoods

pp. 145-160

Premium Standard Farms and the Transformation of Livestock Geography in Northern Missouri

pp. 161-171

Wet-Dry Referenda in Kentucky and the Persistence of Prohibition Forces

pp. 172-189

Heart of Dixie Revisited: An Update on the Geography of Naming in the American South

pp. 190-205

Spatial Aspects of Technology Transfer: Evidence from Kentucky

pp. 206-219

Searching for Color Boundaries on Maps

pp. 220-234

Precipitation Annual Maxima as a Measure of Change in Extreme Rainfall Magnitudes in the Southeastern United States over the Past Century

pp. 235-245

The Southeastern Geographer: A Regional Journal?

pp. 246-248

Book Reviews

South Carolina Atlas of Environmental Risks and Hazards (review)

pp. 249-250

The Routledge Historical Atlas of the American South (review)

p. 251

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