Historical Geography 46:1

Historical Geography 46:1

Edited by Arn Keeling, Briony McDonagh, and Michael D. Wise

Table Of Contents

Volume 46 (2018)

From the Editors

Distinguished Historical Geographer Lecture, 2018
The Values of Practicing Historical Geography
Craig Colten

Historical Critical Physical Geographies
Interdisciplinary Research on Past Environments through the Lens of Historical-Critical Physical Geographies 
Kirsten Greer, Katie Hemsworth, Adam Csank, and Kirby Calvert

Historical Geographies of Interdisciplinarity: McGill University’s Caribbean Project 
Kirsten Greer, Katie Hemsworth, Matthew Farish, and Andrew Smith

Mary Prince, Enslavement, Cavendish, and Historic Timber 
Margôt Maddison-MacFadyen and Adam Csank

From the Late Medieval to Early Modern in the Rieti Basin (AD 1325–1601): Paleoecological and Historical Approaches to a Landscape in Transition 
Edward Schoolman, Scott Mensing, and Gianluca Piovesan

The Hyperlocal Geography of Climate Change Impacts: Long-Term Perspectives on Storm Survivability from the Shetland Islands 
Matthew Bampton, A. R. Kelley, and J. T. Kelley

Commentary: Old and New 
K. Maria D. Lane

Commentary: Historical and Critical Physical Geography 
Rebecca Lave

Research Articles
Georgia’s Barnsley Gardens: Preserving a Landscape of the Lost Cause 
Charles H. Wade

Astronomical Fieldwork and the Spaces of Relativity: The Historical Geographies of the 1919 British Eclipse Expeditions to Príncipe and Brazil 
Rory Mawhinney

Interview Forum
The Ties of Historical Geography and Critical Indigenous Studies 
Michael D. Wise

Conference Report
17th International Conference of Historical Geographers, July 15–20, 2018, Warsaw, Poland
Hannah Awcock

Book Reviews
Atlas of Nebraska, by J. Clark Archer, Richard Edwards, Leslie M. Howard, Fred M. Shelley, Donald A. Wilhite, and David J. Wishart 
Russell S. Kirby

Post Cards from the Sonora Border: Visualizing Place through a Popular Lens, 1900–1950s, by Daniel D. Arreola 
John A. Jakle

A Pictographic History of the Oglala Sioux, 50th Anniversary Edition, by Amos Bad Heart Bull, Helen H. Blish, and Mari Sandoz 
Christopher Steinke

Geographies of an Imperial Power: The British World, 1688–1815, by Jeremy Black 
Judith Otto

The American Environment Revisited: Environmental Historical Geographies of the United States, by Geoffrey L. Buckley and Yolonda Youngs, eds. 
Michael D. Wise

Surveying the Early Republic: The Journal of Andrew Ellicott, U.S. Boundary Commissioner in the Old Southwest, 1796–1800, by Robert D. Bush, ed. 
Andrew Milson

The Red Atlas: How the Soviet Union Secretly Mapped the World, by John Davies and Alexander J. Kent 
John Kostelnick

Curated Decay: Heritage beyond Saving, by Caitlin DeSilvey 
Patrick Oberle

Homesteading the Plains: Toward a New History, by Richard Edwards, Jacob K. Friefeld, and Rebecca S. Wingo 
Samuel Otterstrom

Environmental Disaster in the Gulf South: Two Centuries of Catastrophe, Risk, and Resilience, by Cindy Ermus, ed. 
Chelsea Teale

Hitler’s Geographies: The Spatialities of the Third Reich, by Paolo Giaccaria and Claudio Minca, eds. 
Steven L. Driever

Marc-Antoine Caillot and the Company of the Indies in Louisiana: Trade in the French Atlantic World, by Erin M. Greenwald 
Patrick D. Hagge

A Louisiana Coastal Atlas: Resources, Economies, and Demographics, by Scott A. Hemmerling 
Taylor E. Mack

Landscapes of Freedom: Building a Postemancipation Society in the Rainforests of Western Colombia, by Claudia Leal 
Kari Forbes-Boyte

Marked, Unmarked, Remembered: A Geography of American Memory, by Andrew Lichtenstein and Alex Lichtenstein 
Chris W. Post

Elite Women and the Agricultural Landscape, 1700–1830, by Briony McDonagh 
Ruth Larsen

Remapping Modern Germany after National Socialism, 1945–1961, by Matthew D. Mingus 
Marcus Owens

The Lewis and Clark Expedition Day by Day, by Gary E. Moulton 
Robert M. Briwa

The Making of America’s Culture Regions, by Richard L. Nostrand 
Matthew Fockler

The Great Baseball Revolt: The Rise and Fall of the 1890 Players League, by Robert B. Ross 
Michael Hawkins

The Sociable City: An American Intellectual Tradition, by Jamin Creed Rowan 
Peter Ekman

Teaching Difficult History through Film, by Jeremy Stoddard, Alan S. Marcus, and David Hicks, eds. 
David D. Vail

From Rice Fields to Killing Fields: Nature, Life, and Labor under the Khmer Rouge, by James A. Tyner 
Stephen Cottrell

England’s Maritime Heritage from the Air, by Peter Waller 
Henry Way

Heading Out: A History of American Camping, by Terence Young 
Annie Gilbert Coleman