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Nicolas G. Rosenthal. Reimagining Indian Country: Native American Migration and Identity in Twentieth-Century Los Angeles. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2012. xi + 239 pp. $39.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-8078-3555-5.
Reviewed by Nathaniel Holly (College of William & Mary) Published on H-Florida (July, 2016) Commissioned by Jeanine A. Clark Bremer
A million apologies... and a lesson learned. Using personal pronouns, when you only know someone through digital measures is a questionable practice, one in which I will avoid in the future.
Mr. Jody Noll is joining H-Florida as the digital resource editor. If you have any links you wish to share with Jody, please email him at Jnoll3@student.gsu.edu.
Please accept my apologies and welcome Mr. Noll to the staff.
Greetings H-Florida Members!
I am happy to announce that Jody Noll has joined the H-Florida editing staff as a digital resource editor. In this position, she will curate digital material that may be of interest to list members. This information will be made available to list members on the H-Florida page.
Ten years ago the MUA launched its first online project journal. It was possibly the first online underwater archaeology field school journal written by students ever published on the web. Students from East Carolina University (ECU) wrote about their training in field techniques but also learned what it meant to address a public audience.