Book reviewed in this article:

NEW YORK, CHICAGO, LOS ANGELES: America's Global Cities. By Janet L. Abu-Lughod.

AN ETHNIC GEOGRAPHY OF EARLY UTICA, NEW YORK: Time, Space, and Community. By Allen G. Noble.

A GOLDEN STATE: Mining and Economic Development in Gold-Rush California. Edited by James J. Rawls and Richard J. Orsi.

INDIAN RESERVATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES: Territory, Sovereignty, and Socioeconomic Change. By Klaus Frantz.

THE INDIAN SOUTHWEST, 1580–1830: Ethnogenesis and Reinvention. By Gary Clayton Anderson

THE GREEN REPUBLIC: A Conservation History of Costa Rica. By Sterling Evans.

NAFANUA: Saving the Samoan Rain Forest. By Paul Alan Cox.

SACRIFICING THE FOREST: Environmental and Social Struggles in Chiapas. By Karen L. O'Brien.

TUTIRA: The Story of a New Zealand Sheep Station. By Herbert Guthrie-Smith.