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Florida's American Heritage River: Images from the St. Johns Region

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Florida's Edible Wild Plants: A Guide to Collecting and Cooking

In Florida's Edible Wild Plants, Peggy Lantz demystifies the process of foraging to help you discover the wonder of finding and eating wild plants that grow right in your backyard.

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Florida's Fishing Legends and Pioneers

Chronicles the exploits of the most influential men and women of the sport throughout the state. Chosen by Doug Kelly for their contributions to the techniques, equipment, and strategies of fishing--and often radiating colorful personalities--these "hall of fame" legends and pioneers have helped preserve the Sunshine State as a top fishing destination.

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Florida's Fragile Wildlife: Conservation and Management

Conservation and management of Florida’s vulnerable wildlife and their habitat has been of great concern for decades, and Florida’s Fragile Wildlife is a primer for natural resource managers on how to achieve it. Examining more than 20 threatened species

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Florida's "French" Revolution, 1793-1795

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Florida's Frogs, Toads, and Other Amphibians: A Guide to Their Identification and Habits

Comprehensive reference for both amateurs and professionals

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Florida's Golden Age of Souvenirs, 1890-1930

A guidebook and showcase of travel treasures purchased by tourists in Florida, primarily wealthy northerners, from 1890-1930, the golden age of Florida tourism when souvenirs were works of art.

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Florida's Healing Waters: Gilded Age Mineral Springs, Seaside Resorts, and Health Spas

Filled with rare photographs, vintage postcards and advertisements, and fascinating descriptions from over 100 years ago, this book spotlights a little-known time in history when tourists poured into Florida in search of good health. Rick Kilby shows how Florida’s natural wonders were promoted and developed as restorative destinations for America’s emerging upper class.