GCHR Vol. 19, No. 2 (Spring 2004)

Contents


Table of Contents
Vol. 19 Spring 2004 No.2
Articles: Page
Foundations of Sand: Evaluating lhe Historical Assessments
of White Unity in the Antebellum South
Judkin Browning 6
“Worth Going Miles to Witness”: Baseball and Identity
in Ybor City, Florida Patrick
H. Cosby 39
Book Reviews:
Edward J. Balleisen. Navigating Failure:
Commercial Society
in Antebellum America Bankruptcy
and Joceyln Wills
Steven P. Brown. Trumping Religion: The New Christian Right, the
63
Free Speech Clause, and the Courts Clyde Wilcox 65
W. Fitzhugh Brundage, ed. Where These Memories Grow: History,
Mlmory, and Southern Identity Amy Murell 67
Wade G. Dudley. Splintering the Wooden Wall: The British
Blockade
of the United States, 1812-1815
R. Blake Dunnavent 69
Jennifer Eichstcdt and
Stephen Small. Representations of Slavery:
Race and Ideology in Southern Plantation Museums
J. Nathan Campbell 71
Tom Ewing, ed. The Bill Monroe Reader Timothy Berg 73
Karen Ferguson. Black Politics in New Deal Atlanta.
J. Douglas Smith 75
Alan Gallay . The Indian Slave Trade: The Rise of the English
Empire in the American
South James G. Cusick 77