Volume 82, Number 4, November 2016

Table of Contents

The Lizardi Brothers: A Mexican Family Business and the Expansion of New Orleans, 1825–1846

pp. 759-788
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The Old South Confronts the Dilemma of David Livingstone

pp. 789-822
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Conservatives in the Everglades: Sun Belt Environmentalism and the Creation of Everglades National Park

pp. 823-854
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Green Civic Republicanism and Environmental Action against Surface Mining in Lincoln County, West Virginia, 1974–1990

pp. 855-900
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Book Reviews

Tuckaleechee Cove: A Passage through Time by Boyce N. Driskell and Robert J. Norrell (review)

pp. 901-902
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Planters, Merchants, and Slaves: Plantation Societies in British America, 1650–1820 by Trevor Burnard (review)

pp. 902-903
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The Short Life of Free Georgia: Class and Slavery in the Colonial South by Noeleen McIlvenna (review)

pp. 903-904
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Religion, Community, and Slavery on the Colonial Southern Frontier by James Van Horn Melton (review)

pp. 905-906
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Carolina in Crisis: Cherokees, Colonists, and Slaves in the American Southeast, 1756–1763 by Daniel J. Tortora (review)

pp. 906-907
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Endgame for Empire: British-Creek Relations in Georgia and Vicinity, 1763–1776 by John T. Juricek (review)

pp. 907-908
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Adventurism and Empire: The Struggle for Mastery in the Louisiana-Florida Borderlands, 1762–1803 by David Narrett (review)

pp. 909-910
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A Powerful Mind: The Self-Education of George Washington by Adrienne M. Harrison (review)

pp. 910-911
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The Washingtons: George and Martha “Join’d by Friendship, Crown’d by Love.” by Flora Fraser (review)

pp. 911-912
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The Papers of George Washington: Presidential Series. Volume 18: 1 April–30 September 1795 ed. by Edward G. Lengel and others (review)

pp. 912-914
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Addressing America: George Washington’s Farewell and the Making of National Culture, Politics, and Diplomacy, 1796–1852 by Jeffrey J. Malanson (review)

pp. 914-915
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Their Lives, Their Wills: Women in the Borderlands, 1750–1846 by Amy M. Porter (review)

pp. 915-916
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Heading South to Teach: The World of Susan Nye Hutchison, 1815–1845 by Kim Tolley (review)

pp. 916-917
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Privateers of the Americas: Spanish American Privateering from the United States in the Early Republic by David Head (review)

pp. 917-919
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Wolf by the Ears: The Missouri Crisis, 1819–1821 by John R. Van Atta (review)

pp. 919-920
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Florida Founder William P. DuVal: Frontier Bon Vivant by James M. Denham (review)

pp. 920-921
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Remember Me to Miss Louisa: Hidden Black-White Intimacies in Antebellum America by Sharony Green (review)

pp. 921-922
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Journey to Texas, 1833 by Detlef Dunt (review)

pp. 922-923
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Contested Empire: Rethinking the Texas Revolution ed. by Sam W. Haynes and Gerald D. Saxon (review)

pp. 923-925
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Joe, the Slave Who Became an Alamo Legend by Jr. Ron J. Jackson and Lee Spencer White (review)

pp. 925-926
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Slavery and Forced Migration in the Antebellum South by Damian Alan Pargas (review)

pp. 926-927
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A Scientific Way of War: Antebellum Military Science, West Point, and the Origins of American Military Thought by Ian C. Hope (review)

pp. 927-928
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Practicing Democracy: Popular Politics in the United States from the Constitution to the Civil War ed. by Daniel Peart and Adam I. P. Smith (review)

pp. 929-930
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The “Colored Hero” of Harper’s Ferry: John Anthony Copeland and the War Against Slavery by Steven Lubet (review)

pp. 930-931
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Beyond Freedom’s Reach: A Kidnapping in the Twilight of Slavery by Adam Rothman (review)

pp. 931-932
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Mary Edwards Bryan: Her Early Life and Works by Canter Brown and Larry Eugene Rivers (review)

pp. 932-933
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The British Gentry, the Southern Planter, and the Northern Family Farmer: Agriculture and Sectional Antagonism in North America by James L. Huston (review)

pp. 933-935
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Daydreams and Nightmares: A Virginia Family Faces Secession and War by Brent Tarter (review)

pp. 935-936
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A Civil War History of the New Mexico Volunteers and Militia by Jerry D. Thompson (review)

pp. 936-937
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Civil War Infantry Tactics: Training, Combat, and Small-Unit Effectiveness by Earl J. Hess (review)

pp. 937-939
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Our Man in Charleston: Britain’s Secret Agent in the Civil War South by Christopher Dickey (review)

pp. 939-940
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The Last Hurrah: Sterling Price’s Missouri Expedition of 1864 by Kyle S. Sinisi (review)

pp. 940-941
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Lincoln’s Autocrat: The Life of Edwin Stanton by William Marvel (review)

pp. 941-942
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The National Joker: Abraham Lincoln and the Politics of Satire by Todd Nathan Thompson (review)

pp. 942-943
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The Civil War and Reconstruction in Indian Territor ed. by Bradley R. Clampitt (review)

pp. 943-945
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Slavery and War in the Americas: Race, Citizenship, and State Building in the United States and Brazil, 1861-1870 by Vitor Izecksohn (review)

pp. 945-946
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The Southern Exodus to Mexico: Migration across the Borderlands after the American Civil War by Todd W. Wahlstrom (review)

pp. 946-947
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Veterans North and South: The Transition from Soldier to Civilian after the American Civil War by Paul A. Cimbala (review)

pp. 948-949
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The Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case: Race, Law, and Justice in the Reconstruction Era by Michael A. Ross (review)

pp. 949-950
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Democracy Abroad, Lynching at Home: Racial Violence in Florida by Tameka Bradley Hobbs (review)

pp. 950-951
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To Live and Dine in Dixie: The Evolution of Urban Food Culture in the Jim Crow South by Angela Jill Cooley (review)

pp. 951-953
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George Washington Carver: A Life by Christina Vella (review)

pp. 953-954
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Weaving Alliances with Other Women: Chitimacha Indian Work in the New South by Daniel H. Usner (review)

pp. 954-955
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Strangers Below: Primitive Baptists and American Culture by Joshua Guthman (review)

pp. 956-957
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Hoedowns, Reels, and Frolics: Roots and Branches of Southern Appalachian Dance by Phil Jamison (review)

pp. 957-958
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The 4-H Harvest: Sexuality and the State in Rural America by Gabriel N. Rosenberg (review)

pp. 958-959
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William Terry Couch and the Politics of Academic Publishing: An Editor’s Career as Lightning Rod for Controversy by Orvin Lee Shiflett (review)

pp. 960-961
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John Nolen, Landscape Architect and City Planner by R. Bruce Stephenson (review)

pp. 961-962
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The Slain Wood: Papermaking and Its Environmental Consequences in the American South by William Boyd (review)

pp. 962-963
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Saving Florida: Women’s Fight for the Environment in the Twentieth Century by Leslie Kemp Poole (review)

pp. 964-965
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Backwater Blues: The Mississippi Flood of 1927 in the African American Imagination by Richard M. Mizelle (review)

pp. 965-966
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Listening to Rosita: The Business of Tejana Music and Culture, 1930–1955 by Mary Ann Villarreal (review)

pp. 966-967
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Picturing Migrants: The Grapes of Wrath and New Deal Documentary Photography by James R. Swensen (review)

pp. 968-969
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Rhythms of Race: Cuban Musicians and the Making of Latino New York City and Miami, 1940–1960 by Christina D. Abreu (review)

pp. 969-970
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Border Sanctuary: The Conservation Legacy of the Santa Ana Land Grant by M. J. Morgan (review)

pp. 970-971
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“The Enemy Within Never Did Without”: German and Japanese Prisoners of War at Camp Huntsville, 1942–1945 ed. by Jeffrey L. Littlejohn and Charles H. Ford (review)

pp. 971-972
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Committed to Victory: The Kentucky Home Front during World War II by Richard E. Holl (review)

pp. 972-974
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The Great Melding: War, the Dixiecrat Rebellion, and the Southern Model for America’s New Conservatism by Glenn Feldman (review)

pp. 974-975
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The Three Governors Controversy: Skullduggery, Machinations, and the Decline of Georgia’s Progressive Politics by Charles S. Bullock III, Scott E. Buchanan, and Ronald Keith Gaddie (review)

pp. 975-976
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John Kasper and Ezra Pound: Saving the Republic by Alec Marsh (review)

pp. 976-977
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Bluegrass in Baltimore: The Hard Drivin’ Sound and Its Legacy by Tim Newby (review)

pp. 978-979
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Liberated Threads: Black Women, Style, and the Global Politics of Soul by Tanisha C. Ford (review)

pp. 979-980
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Unlikely Dissenters: White Southern Women in the Fight for Racial Justice, 1920–1970 by Anne Stefani (review)

pp. 980-981
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Leaders of the Mexican American Generation: Biographical Essays ed. by Anthony Quiroz (review)

pp. 981-982
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German Rocketeers in the Heart of Dixie: Making Sense of the Nazi Past during the Civil Rights Era by Monique Laney (review)

pp. 982-984
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One Mississippi, Two Mississippi: Methodists, Murder, and the Struggle for Racial Justice in Neshoba County by Carol V. R. George (review)

pp. 984-985
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LBJ’s Neglected Legacy: How Lyndon Johnson Reshaped Domestic Policy and Government ed. by Robert H. Wilson, Norman J. Glickman, and Laurence E. Lynn (review)

pp. 985-987
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Fifty Years of Justice: A History of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida by James M. Denham (review)

pp. 987-988
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Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in Americ by Ari Berman (review)

pp. 988-990
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What Can and Can’t Be Said: Race, Uplift, and Monument Building in the Contemporary South by Dell Upton (review)

pp. 990-991
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The Kentucky African American Encyclopedia ed. by Gerald L. Smith, Karen Cotton McDaniel, and John A. Hardin (review)

pp. 991-992
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Kentucky by Design: The Decorative Arts and American Culture ed. by Andrew Kelly (review)

pp. 992-993
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Wayfaring Strangers: The Musical Voyage from Scotland and Ulster to Appalachia by Fiona Ritchie and Doug Orr (review)

pp. 993-995
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Creating and Consuming the American South ed. by Martyn Bone, Brian Ward, and William A. Link (review)

pp. 995-997
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The Big Muddy: An Environmental History of the Mississippi and Its Peoples from Hernando de Soto to Hurricane Katrina by Christopher Morris (review)

pp. 997-998
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Death and the American South ed. by Craig Thompson Friend and Lorri Glover (review)

pp. 998-1000
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Book Notes

pp. 1001-1007
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Historical News and Notices

pp. 1008-1009
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