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- PassPorter Travel Press 2005; US$ 6.99
Save money, time, and headaches with over 500 vacationer-tested tips for Walt Disney World! Are you looking for tips to save money and time while still having a MAGICAL vacation at Walt Disney World? Wouldn't it be nice to get these tips without having to wade through lots of web sites, message boards, and guidebooks? You're in luck! This low-cost... more...
- University Press of Florida 2012; US$ 14.99
In 1956, state Senator Charley Johns was appointed the chairman of the newly formed Florida Legislative Investigation Committee, now remembered as the Johns Committee. This group was charged with the task of unearthing communist tendencies, homosexual persuasions, and anything they saw as subversive behavior in academic institutions throughout Florida.... more...
- Hay House 2009; US$ 2.99
Return to a time when life made more sense. For many, such a journey may seem like fantasy, yet for author Andy Andrews, Sawyerton Springs is where he grew up. Andy shares a collection of hilariously heartwarming memories that will inspire your soul and help you remember where lifes greatest treasures can still be found. Filled with an unforgettable... more...
- The New Press 2012; US$ 18.95
John Dinges , former managing editor of NPR News and Latin American special correspondent for the Washington Post , is the author of Our Man in Panama . He teaches journalism at Columbia University and lives in New York City and Washington, D.C. more...
- University of Alabama Press 2009; US$ 24.95
This classic historical resource remains the most complete work on the establishment of Fort Caroline, which heralded the start of permanent settlement by Europeans in North America. America's history was shaped in part by the clash of cultures that took place in the southeastern United States in the 1560s. Indians, French, and Spaniards... more...
- University of Alabama Press 2001; US$ 29.95
This translation of an eyewitness account by a major participant offers valuable information about all three attempts to establish a French colony on the south Atlantic coast of North America. Rene Laudonniere's account of the three attempts by France to colonize what is now the United States is uniquely valuable because he played a major... more...
- The New Press 2013; US$ 26.95
Peter Kornbluh directs the Chile Documentation Project and the Cuba Documentation Project at the National Security Archive. He is a co-author of The Iran-Contra Scandal (The New Press) and the editor of The Bay of Pigs Declassified (The New Press) and The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962 . He lives in Maryland. more...
- University Press of Florida 2010; US$ 29.95
When the Civil War finally came to North Florida, it did so with an intermittent fury that destroyed much of Jacksonville and scattered its residents. The city was taken four separate times by Federal forces but abandoned after each of the first three occupations. During the fourth occupation, it was used as a staging ground for the ill-fated Union... more...
- University Press of Florida 2013; US$ 19.99
Likely to raise hackles among Democrats and Republicans alike, this dynamic history of modern Florida argues that the Sunshine State has become the political and demographic future of the nation. David Colburn reveals how Florida gradually abandoned the traditions of race and personality that linked it to the Democratic Party. The book focuses particularly... more...
- University of Georgia Press 2000; US$ 19.95
First explored by naturalist William Bartram in the 1760s, the St. Johns River stretches 310 miles along Florida's east coast, making it the longest river in the state. The first "highway" through the once wild interior of Florida, the St. Johns may appear ordinary, but within its banks are some of the most fascinating natural phenomena... more...