Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
Volume 111 / Number 3
Foul Means: The Formation of a Slave Society in Virginia, 1660–1740
By Anthony S. Parent, Jr.
Reviewed by Tom Costa, University of Virginia's College at Wise
Powhatan Lords of Life and Death: Command and Consent in Seventeenth-Century Virginia.
By Margaret Holmes Williamson
Reviewed by E. Randolph Turner III, Virginia Department of Historic Resources
Brabbling Women: Disorderly Speech and the Law in Early Virginia.
By Terri L. Snyder
Reviewed by John Ruston Pagan, University of Richmond
A Controversial Spirit: Evangelical Awakenings in the South.
By Philip N. Mulder
Reviewed by Randy J. Sparks, Tulane University
Searching for Their Places: Women in the South Across Four Centuries.
Edited by Thomas H. Appleton and Angela Boswell
Reviewed by Megan Taylor Shockley, Clemson University
The Making and Unmaking of a Revolutionary Family: The Tuckers of Virginia, 1752–1830.
By Phillip Hamilton
Reviewed by John F. Devanny, Jr., Saint Joseph's Catholic School
Mordecai: An Early American Family.
By Emily Bingham
Reviewed by Elizabeth R. Varon, Wellesley College
The Republican Vision of John Tyler
By Dan Monroe
Reviewed by Timothy D. Johnson, Lipscomb University
Subversives: Antislavery Community in Washington, D.C., 1828–1865.
By Stanley Harrold
Reviewed by Marie Tyler-McGraw, Washington, D.C.
The Unboxing of Henry Brown.
By Jeffrey Ruggles
Reviewed by Ann Field Alexander, Mary Baldwin College
Staff Officers in Gray: A Biographical Register of the Staff Officers in the Army of Northern Virginia.
By Robert E. L. Krick
Reviewed by John D. Fowler, Kennesaw State University
The Bloody Crucible of Courage: Fighting Methods and Combat Experience of the Civil War.
By Brent Nosworthy
Reviewed by Aaron Sheehan-Dean, University of North Florida
The Confederate Belle.
By Giselle Roberts
Reviewed by Kym S. Rice, George Washington University
Railroads in the Civil War: The Impact of Management on Victory and Defeat.
By John E. Clark, Jr.
Reviewed by Kyle S. Sinisi, The Citadel
Murder, Honor, and Law: Four Virginia Homicides From Reconstruction to the Great Depression.
By Richard F. Hamm
Reviewed by Michael Ayers Trotti, Ithaca College