Introduction / Richmond F. Brown -- The significance of the Gulf South in early American history / Daniel H. Usner, Jr. -- Escape of the nickaleers : European-Indian relations on the wild coast of Florida in 1696, from Jonathan Dickinson's journal / Amy Turner Bushnell -- Supplying our wants : Choctaws and Chickasaws reassess the trade relationship with Britain, 1771-72 / Greg O'Brien -- The founding of Tensaw : kinship, community, trade, and diplomacy in the Creek Nation / Karl Davis -- A nation divided? Blood Seminoles and Black Seminoles on the Florida frontier / Jane G. Landers -- My friend Nicolas Mongoula : Africans, Indians, and cultural exchange in eighteenth-century Mobile / David Wheat -- Scoundrels, whores, and gentlemen : defamation and society in French Colonial Louisiana / Shannon Lee Dawdy -- Afro-Creole women, freedom, and property-holding in early New Orleans / Virginia Meacham Gould -- Spanish bourbons and Louisiana tobacco : the case of Natchitoches, 1763-1803 / H. Sophie Burton -- A history of ranching in Nuevo Santander's Villas del Norte, 1730s-1848 / Armando C. Alonzo -- Maintaining loyalty in the West Florida borderlands : land as cause and effect in the West Florida revolution of 1810 / Andrew McMichael -- Afterword / Ida Altman
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