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Historic Homes Of Florida S First Coast

Author: Mary Atwood
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625852533
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Some of the earliest European settlers colonized Northeast Florida when it was little more than a wilderness. Today, the area is rich in multicultural heritage and historic significance, and its historic homes stand as a testament to its intriguing past. Step inside a Second Spanish Period structure that was home to European royalty and visited by iconic film star Greta Garbo. Visit the places that inspired works such as Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings's Pulitzer prize-winning novel "The Yearling" and British composer Frederick Delius's masterpiece, "Florida Suite." Author and award-winning photographer Mary Atwood explores the homes of early colonial settlers, wealthy plantation owners, illustrious Florida artists and those responsible for shaping Florida's First Coast.

Old Florida

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Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications
ISBN: 9780847825639
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An exploration of the great architecture, homes, and gardens of late nineteenth-century Florida captures a diverse array of styles, ranging from the opulent and ornate mansions of the very rich to charming, country-style cottages, including Thomas Edison's winter home, the Italian villa Vizcaya, and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings's simple cottage. 12,000 first printing.

Historic American Landmarks

Author: A. G. Smith
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486444899
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Visit 30 famous, man-made American landmarks -- from the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor to the USS Arizona Memorial in Hawaii. Captions accompany easy-to-color illustrations.

Guide To The National Park Areas Eastern States

Author: David Logan Scott
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ISBN: 9780762712038
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In the Guide to the National Park Areas series, the Scotts' informative text, which includes the details needed to plan and tailor a visit to an individual's specifications, is enhanced by photographs and detailed maps. The Scotts discuss each area's history; points of interest and activities; food and lodgings resources; camping, hunting, and fishing facilities; addresses and phone numbers; and much more. Web site addresses for each park area are included. This comprehensive guide covers 195 national park areas east of the Mississippi, detailing the beauty, wonder, and history of these lands.

Popcorn Palaces

Author: Michael D. Kinerk
Publisher: Harry N Abrams Inc
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For more than two decades this Realist artist has been preserving cherished memories from an era gone by. His brilliantly precise paintings of the glittering Art Deco fantasy palaces that once lent magic to main streets across the nation recall the thrill of going to the movies in the days before malls and multiplexes. Sadly, many of the theatres no longer exist, but the spirit of them all remains alive in this evocative and nostalgic book.

World S Finest Beach

Author: Donald J. Mabry
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1614231788
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Beginning as a summer resort for the wealthy, the oceanfront of Jacksonville has morphed into an outrageously popular tourist destination, stretching from Mayport to Ponte Vedra Beach. Encompassing a fishing village, luxury hotels, a carnival, railroads, mines and flocks of tourists, these beaches have a vast and eclectic history. Discover how Mayport became an adjunct of one of the largest naval bases in the United States and how a former mine called Mineral City became Ponte Vedra. Noted historian Don Mabry traces the fascinating history of what he still considers home from the nineteenth century to the twenty-first in this warm account of the "World's Finest Beach."?

Little House On The Prairie

Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder
Publisher: Egmont Books (UK)
ISBN: 9781405264143
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Classic tales by Laura Ingalls Wilder about life on the frontier and America’s best-loved pioneer family. The sun-kissed prairie stretches out around the Ingalls family, smiling its welcome after their long, hard journey across America. But looks can be deceiving and they soon find that they must share the land with wild bears and Indians. Will there be enough land for all of them? Little House on the Prairie is the sequel to Little House in the Big Woods and On the Banks of Plum Creek. Beautifully bound in this gift book edition from the Egmont Heritage range, Little House is now even more of a book to be cherished and shared.

History Of Davis Islands

Author: Rodney Kite-Powell
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625840004
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Tampa's Davis Islands has long been among the most desirable places to live on Florida's west coast. Created by David P. Davis during the 1920s Florida land boom, the project made him wildly rich and nationally famous. He followed up Davis Islands with a subdivision twice its size in St. Augustine, which he named Davis Shores. Davis sold his Tampa development in August 1926 but slipped into debt and died under mysterious circumstances while en route to Europe aboard a luxury liner in the early hours of October 13, 1926. Though he did not live to see it, work on Davis Islands continued, and the development ultimately became a huge success. Join author Rodney Kite-Powell as he examines the history of one of Florida's most famous neighborhoods.

Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil

Author: John Berendt
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0307538370
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Shots rang out in Savannah's grandest mansion in the misty,early morning hours of May 2, 1981. Was it murder or self-defense? For nearly a decade, the shooting and its aftermath reverberated throughout this hauntingly beautiful city of moss-hung oaks and shaded squares. John Berendt's sharply observed, suspenseful, and witty narrative reads like a thoroughly engrossing novel, and yet it is a work of nonfiction. Berendt skillfully interweaves a hugely entertaining first-person account of life in this isolated remnant of the Old South with the unpredictable twists and turns of a landmark murder case. It is a spellbinding story peopled by a gallery of remarkable characters: the well-bred society ladies of the Married Woman's Card Club; the turbulent young redneck gigolo; the hapless recluse who owns a bottle of poison so powerful it could kill every man, woman, and child in Savannah; the aging and profane Southern belle who is the "soul of pampered self-absorption"; the uproariously funny black drag queen; the acerbic and arrogant antiques dealer; the sweet-talking, piano-playing con artist; young blacks dancing the minuet at the black debutante ball; and Minerva, the voodoo priestess who works her magic in the graveyard at midnight. These and other Savannahians act as a Greek chorus, with Berendt revealing the alliances, hostilities, and intrigues that thrive in a town where everyone knows everyone else. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil is a sublime and seductive reading experience. Brilliantly conceived and masterfully written, this enormously engaging portrait of a most beguiling Southern city has become a modern classic.