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179 alligator conservation, 34–35, 126–27, 134, 146, 148 alligator hunting, 31, 44, 57–58, 150; effects of illegality of, 3, 35, 57, 60–61, 126–27; estimates of, 128; fire-hunting, 48, 56–59; polehunting , 48–52, 53, 155; restrictions against, 131–35, 138, 140, 144, 146–47; rifles and, 52, 65; Royal Palm and, 114; secrecy and, 139–40, 141–42, 145; Seminoles and, 10; skinning, 60–64; “walk-hunting,” 76–78; women and, 19. See also gladesmen; hide market; hunting alligator protection laws, 137, 148, 149; resistance to, 144–46 alligators, 2, 19, 46–47, 125; commodification of, 125–26, 127–30, 131; management plans, 148; meat of, 127; refrain of flesh of, 63–64; rhizomes and, 30; state’s vision of, 137; territories of, 49–50, 132, 137; threats to, 147–48; tourism and, 133–34; value of, 141. See also alligator conservation; alligator hunting; alligator protection laws; gladesmen; hide market Anhinga Trail, 59–60 Army Corps of Engineers, 14, 20 Arnold, David, 109 Ashley, Bob, 67, 154, 155 Ashley, Daisy, 155 Ashley, Frank, 154 Ashley, Joe, 36, 37, 120, 154 Ashley, John, 22, 36–40, 154; captures of, 68, 120–22; death of, 68, 121–22; escapes of, 91, 92; imprisonment of, 67–68, 69; Laura Upthegrove and, 69–70; murder of DeSoto Tiger, 38–39, 67, 91. See also Ashley Gang; Tiger, DeSoto; Upthegrove, Laura Ashley, William “Bill,” 38, 68, 121, 154 Ashley Gang, 2, 21–22, 36–40, 153–54; capture of, 120–22; escapes of, 92– 93; Everglades and, 92–93; formation of, 68; narratives of, 68–71, 143; rhizome and, 69; sources for, 163n Audubon, John James, 128 Audubon Corkscrew Sanctuary, 53 Augé, Marc, 88, 90 Baker, Bob, 67–68, 120, 121 Baker, Fred, 120–21 Baker, George, 67, 68 INDEX 180 Index Barthes, Roland, 44–45, 83 Bartram, William, 66 Beard, Daniel, 149 Bender, Barbara, 74 Benjamin, Walter, 22, 74, 75 Bessey, Ernst, 109 Big Cypress Swamp, 8, 10, 65 Bill Ashley Camp, 155 Bill Ashley Jungles, 25–26, 28, 154, 157; as a rhizome, 29–30, 32–33; travel through, 83, 143 Bloxham, William, 12 Boas, Franz, 55 Bonta, Mark, 33, 45 Brandt, L. A., 150 Braun, Bruce, 45, 100 Brewer, Ed, 82, 103–7, 113, 116, 118 Britton, Nathan Lord, 109 Brooker, Ed, 87 Brown’s Boat Landing, 10 Buck-Morss, Susan, 44, 75 Calderón, Gabriel Díaz Vara, 6 Calusas, 5–6, 101 Casey, Edward, 27 Castree, Noel, 125 Central and Southern Florida Project (C & SF Project), 14–17, 135–36 Chapman, Frank M., 89–90 Chekika, 8–10 Chesser, Leonard, 147 Chokoloskee Island, 5, 10, 104 Chokoloskee natives, 156 Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP), 4 conservation policies, 2, 27, 100, 117, 126, 131, 146; Everglades and, 4, 15, 95; water, 135; wildlife, 96, 132. See also alligator conservation Corkscrew Swamp, 63, 143 Cory, Charles, 60 “crackers,” 18 Craighead, Frank, Sr., 49 Cresswell, Tim, 74–75 critique, 26 Dawson, George Mercer, 100 Dead-Pecker Slough, 115 Deleuze, Gilles and Félix Guattari, 43, 74, 90; “refrain,” 45, 46, 47, 64; rhizome, 29–31, 35, 36; territoriality, 66; view of the state, 33 Dimock, Anthony W., 58–59, 104, 129 Disston, Hamilton, 12 Douglas, Marjory Stoneman, 77 drainage, 12–17, 20, 149–50 earth, 32, 45–46, 46–50, 64, 126 Eaton, Alvah Augustus, 108 ecosystem management, 4 Ed Brooker’s Landings, 87 Endangered Species Act, 147 ethnographic writing, 30 Everglades: American exploration of, 8–11, 81–83; colonialist history of, 99; drainage and development of, 2, 15–17, 132–33, 135–37, 150; federal intervention in, 14–15; fire and, 56; human history of, 4, 26, 144; map of, vii, ix, 16, 97; mobility within, 76– 79, 83, 86–88, 103; naming, 11, 25; nonhuman history of, 27; nostalgia for, 155; outlaw mythology of, 2; physical landscape of, 11–12, 25, 46; predrainage, 11–12; restoration Index 181 of, 1, 4; as rhizome, 64; transformation of, 15–17; visions of, 1–2, 11–13, 34, 75; white settlement in, 10–11, 99. See also Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan; Everglades National Park; landscape Everglades Agricultural Area, 17, 135–36 Everglades National Park, 15, 87, 95–97, 114, 154; establishment of, 135, 156 Everglades Wonder Gardens, 65 Fakahatchee Strand, 65 Farrel, Buster, 82–83 Fawcett, G. L., 109 Federal Writer’s Project, 82, 133 fire, 2, 20, 32–33, 126, 142; hunting and, 55–59, 78; refrain of, 64, 153 Flagler, Henry, 13, 36, 38 Flamingo, village of...

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9780816677023
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9780816670277
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863157842
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224
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2014-01-01
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English
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