Rich with the voices of black and white southern workers, this broad collection of essays shows how ardently African Americans have had to continue fighting for economic parity in the decades since the civil rights legislation of the 1960s.
Huse draws from local newspaper stories and firsthand accounts to show what authorities and city residents saw and believed about these establishments and the people who frequented them. This unique take on Tampa history reveals a spirited city at work and play, an important cultural hub that continues to both celebrate and come to terms with its many legacies.
Judith Ann Trolander has written the first book-length history of the "active adult" lifestyle. Examining the origins, development, failures, and challenges facing these communities as the baby boomer population continues to age, she offers a truly original defense of a sometimes controversial aspect of American life.
Edited by Clarence R. Geier, Douglas D. Scott, and Lawrence E. Babits
Pub Date: 4/15/2014
Separating myth from fact, From These Honored Dead uses historical archaeology to uncover the truth in the many conflicting memories of the American Civil War that have been passed down through generations.