In this book, Canter Brown, Jr. records the economic, social, political, and racial history of the Peace River Valley in southwest Florida in an account of violence, passion, struggle, sacrifice, and determination.
An in-depth look at a wrongful conviction and its landmark reversal, this book is the story of Nathan Myers and Clifford Williams, who were released in 2019 after almost 43 years in prison in the first exoneration brought about through a Conviction Integrity Unit in Florida.
This well-illustrated book illuminates the life and career of one of Florida's premier architects, whose elegant homes and design aesthetic shaped the architectural character of Winter Park and influenced urban development throughout central Florida.
A captivating visual and narrative journey into the ecology of Florida’s animals, this book features brilliant wildlife photography and intimate storytelling that introduces the variety of species within the state.
Curated from the archives of FORUM, the award-winning magazine of Florida Humanities, this anthology presents 50 often surprising and always intriguing stories of life in Florida by some of the nation’s most talented writers and scholars.
A surprising tale of corruption alongside activism, this book reveals the little-known story of Teamsters Local 385, the union that represents the performers who play the iconic characters of Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and Cinderella at Walt Disney World.
This book is packed with simple, practical steps for beautifying any landscape or garden, while helping protect the planet and the species that call it home. This book is the ideal tool for homeowners, gardeners, and landscape professionals who want to be part of the solution to climate change.