The story of Florida’s Highway A1A--the 500 miles between Fernandina Beach and Key West--and its crucial role in both the historic settlement and the future of a state adapting to 21st century demands. 39 b&w photos, 13 maps, travel guide listings.
The story of a group of African American landscape painters active in the '60s and '70s who are only now coming to be recognized for their distinctive vision and craft. Monroe's account includes reproductions of 63 of the Highwaymen paintings.
A three-month journey into the heart and soul of Florida. This engaging story of Molloy's journey, the first narrative account of a Florida Trail thru-hike, is peppered with outrageous and charming characters. With 36 b&w photos.
An updated edition of the easy-to-use, authoritative, illustrated guide to every marked and maintained trail in Florida's public land system. Includes all changes since 2000 and a new section on Canaveral National Seashore.
Clune and Stringfield use a wide range of historical and archaeological records, spiced with traditional period recipes, to provide a unique look into the daily lives of the people who endured hardship, disease, and hurricanes to settle the Gulf coast frontier. The result is a highly readable account of a city with a rich and fascinating past.
D. Rae Gould, Holly Herbster, Heather Law Pezzarossi, and Stephen A. Mrozowski
Pub Date: 1/7/2020
Highlighting the strong relationship between New England’s Nipmuc people and their land from the pre-contact period to the present day, this book helps demonstrate that the history of Native Americans did not end with the arrival of Europeans. This is the rich result of a twenty-year collaboration between indigenous and nonindigenous authors, who use their own example to argue that Native peoples need to be integral to any research project focused on indigenous history and culture.