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  Volumber 43, Number 2, November 2003

Table of Contents

The Emergence of Ethnic Niches in New Immigrant Destinations: An Examination of Atlanta's Labor Market, 1980-1990

pp. 159-180

Deltapine Revisited: The Metamorphosis of a Plantation

pp. 181-196

Quitting More Than Port Royal: A Political Interpretation of the Siting and Development of Charles Town, South Carolina, 1660-1680

pp. 197-212

The Corporate (Re) Construction of a New South City: Great Banks Need Great Cities

pp. 213-234

Latino/White and Latino/Black Segregation in the Southeastern United States: Findings from Census 2000

pp. 235-248

Commuting Constraints of Black Female Workers in Atlanta: An Examination of the Spatial Mismatch Hypothesis in Married-Couple, Dual-Earner Households

pp. 249-259

The Transformation of Richmond's Historic African American Commercial Corridor

pp. 260-278

End of the Nation-State Postponed: Agricultural Policy and the Global Sugar Industry

pp. 279-292

Using a Geographic Information System to Examine the Relationship Between Access to Technology and the Academic Achievement of Primary and Secondary Students

pp. 293-306


Mama Learned Us to Work: Farm Women in the New South (review)

pp. 307-309

Mount Mitchell & the Black Mountains: An Environmental History of the Highest Peaks in Eastern North America (review)

pp. 309-312

The Unknown World of the Mobile Home (review)

pp. 312-314

Editor's Note

pp. 315-316

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