Section 2.7: References and Further Reading

Barry, J.M. (1997). Rising Tide: The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 and How it Changed America. New York: Simon

and Schuster.

Campanella, R. (2008). Bienville's Dilemma: A Historical Geography of New Orleans. Lafayette: University

of Louisiana at Lafayette Press. Early, L.S. (2004.) Looking for the Longleaf: The Fall and Rise of an American

Forest. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Kidder, T.R., Adelsberger, K.A., Arco, L.J., & Schilling, T. M. (2008). Basin- scale reconstruction of the

geological context of human settlement: An example from the lower Mississippi Valley, USA. Quaternary

Science Reviews, 27(11), 1255-1270.

Kidder, T.R., & Fritz, G.J. (1993). Subsistence and social change in the Lower Mississippi Valley: the Reno Brake and

Osceola sites, Louisiana. Journal of Field Archaeology, 20(3), 281-297.

McBride, M.G. (1995). The Origin of the Mississippi River Commission. Louisiana History: The Journal of

the Louisiana Historical Association, 36(4), 389-411.

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