Another's Country Archaeological and Historical Perspectives on Cultural Interactions in the Southern Colonies edited by J.W. Joseph and Martha Zierden. Foreword by Julia A. King. In the essays collected here, some of the South's most active and original researchers examine various aspects of colonial experience, attempting to understand how cultural identity was expressed, how the shared process of immigration, adaptation, and creolization resulted in a rich and diverse collage of cultures, and why that cultural diversity was eventually replaced by a common identity. University of Alabama Press, 2002. Softcover, 282 pp.