built or not, then that is certainly relevant to the discussion of the highway's history, its importance and its future. However, it seems to me that there must be at least a few younger members of mainstream society who have an opinion on I-69, and their voices should have been heard as a part of this unfinished narrative. In gen- eral, however, Interstate 69: the Unfinished History of the Last Great American Highway is an informative read that is not only geographic, but also has interest for historians, economists, and politicians alike. Anyone who wants to understand the complex and convoluted politics of highway construction should read this book. In the Shadow of Slavery: Africa's Botanical Legacy in the Atlantic World Judith A. Carney and Richard Nicholas Rosomoff. University of California Press: Berkeley, 2009, ix + 280 pp. full color plates, tables, and footnotes. $27.50 hardcover, $22.00 electronic (ISBN 978-0-520-25750-4 [hardcover]; ISBN 978-0-520-94485-5 [electronic]). brian grabbatin University of Kentucky Many geographers know Judith Carney from her award-winning book Black Rice: The African Origins of Rice Cultivation in the Americas (2001). There she explored the development of rice growing techniques in Africa and subsequent role of enslaved Africans in
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