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1 Acton, Patricia Nassif Invasion of Privacy: The Cross Creek Trial of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
Gainesville, Fl. Univ of Florida Press 1988 0813009081 / 9780813009087 1st Paperback Edition Trade Paperback Near Fine No Jacket 8vo -- 8.5 In Tall By Author
175 pp. Nearly new. An Orlando Sentinel review of the book was laid in front, leaving a yellowish acid shadow on the inside cover. Otherwise clean. Signed "Regards, Patricia Acton April 1989" on half-title page. Fascinating, detailed account of the lawsuit Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings faced after publishing "Cross Creek" in 1942. Zelma Cason, a former friend and neighbor of Rawlings, resented the way she was depicted in the memoir, and sued for $100,000. Cason won the case on appeal but with only nominal damages. The four-year legal battle left Rawlings tired and depressed, but later on she resumed friendship with Cason. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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2 Andersen, Lars Payne's Prairie: A History of the Great Savanna
Sarasota, Florida Pineapple Press 2001 1561642258 / 9781561642250 First Edition Stated Cloth & Boards Fine Near Fine 8vo--8.75 in Tall 
156 pp. with bibliography, index, historical photos, b&w illustrations. Nearly new, sticker glue remains on rear panel of dust jacket. No markings. A natural and political history of a large grassland basin south of Gainesville, Florida, now a conservation area. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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3 Bist, Richard College Prowler: Florida State University Off the Record
Pittsburgh, Pa. College Prowler Inc 2005 1596580496 / 9781596580497 1st Paperback Edition Trade Paperback Good 8vo -- 8 in Tall 
138 pp., several additional pages for notes. Some rippling of text and dampstains on edges. OK as reading copy. An informal, uncensored report on Florida State by a cross-section of students on campus. Provides a feeling of campus life and atmosphere. FSU rates high for friendliness, low for cultural and entertainment attractions in Tallahassee. 
Price: 2.50 USD
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4 Bowden, Jesse Earle and Hildreth, Margret T., Eds Emerald Coast Review -- Volume IX
Pensacola, Florida West Florida Literary Federation 1999 Trade Paperback Very Good 8vo -- 9 in. Tall 
232 pp. Slight crease on rear cover, light thumbing. No spine creasing, no markings, still close to new. A collection of poetry, short stories and essays from about 40 West Florida authors, most of them published. Includes a few photographs also. 
Price: 7.00 USD
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5 Boyden, Lucile Kirby The Villlage of Five Lives: The Fontana of the Great Smoky Mountains
Fontana Dam, North Carolina Government Services 1964 First Edition Trade Paperback Very Good 8vo -- 8 in Tall 
72 pp. Firm binding, lightly read. No markings except previous owner's name on inside cover. Color photo of a valley on front cover. An overview of the history and development of Graham County in Western North Carolina, establishment of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and construction of the Fontana hydroelectric dam and surrounding settlements. Endpaper map of Smoky Mountain region. Text has map of Fontana Village. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6 Brady, Marion Max & Me: The Abuse of Power in Florida's Community Colleges
Cocoa, Florida Marion Brady 1994 096452019 First Edition Trade Paperback Near Fine Privately Printed 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
248 pp., notes. No markings, spine uncreased. Nearly new. A former education professor details his running battle with Maxell King, president of Brevard Community College, and his ultimate firing by King. 
Price: 4.50 USD
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7 Bray, Kevin and Allen, Trent Clemson: There's Something in These Hills
Fort Hill Press 2006 0978858301 / 9780978858308 First Edition Leatherette Near Fine Very Good Folio - 12 in Tall 
189 pp. on glossy stock. Nearly new; no markings, a few creases and edge crinkling of dust jacket. Black cover has bright silver titling. Score of color photos and many historical b&w photos. A photographic history and tribute to Clemson University, showing campus buildings and student life. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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8 Brotemarkle, Benjamin D. Beyond the Theme Parks: Exploring Central Florida
Gainesville, Florida University Press of Florida 1999 0913016576 Cloth Near Fine Near Fine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
232 pp., approx. 60 b&w photos, index. A guide to the Orlando area's history and culture outside the Disney orbit. Author is a public radio cultural commentator in Orlando. 
Price: 3.65 USD
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9 Camp Croft Public Relations Office A Camera Trip Through Camp Croft, Spartanburg, S.C.
Brooklyn, N.Y. Ullman Co. Stapled Softcover Good No Jacket Photo Book 8vo -- 8.5 In Tall By 6 in. Wide 
32 pp. unpagingated. Overall light wear, but tape damage and tears on rear cover and final page. No publication date but likely late 1943 or 1944. A photo souvenir of Army training facilities that were opened near Spartanburg in 1941. Two pages of history, but most of the booklet consists of snapshot-type photos showing GIs going through basic training. Front cover shows earnest trainee in jeans, undershirt, sun hat and ammo belts draped around his neck. A few photos show segregated dances at the camp. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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10 Carroll, Charles "Chip" Daytona Beach Community College: Fifty Years of Shaping Our Community
Virginia Beach, Va. Donning Co. 2007 1578644429 / 9781578644421 First Edition Glossy Boards Fine Fine 4to -- 11.5 In Tall 
128 pp. Numerous b&w photos and a few in color. Virtually new, no markings or edge wear. A history of Daytona's public college, now known as Daytona State College. The narrative starts with the 1929 opening of The Opportunity School, providing business and vocational classes. Later, after the US Army closed a rehab center after World War 2, the government gave its property for use as a community college campus, northwest of the Daytona Beach Airport. This book primarily is a log of the college's physical expansion up through the administration of Kent Sharples (later forced to resign after an abortive effort to add dormitories.) The political infighting over the years is glossed over. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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11 Carter, Elizabeth F. A Hiking Guide to the Trails of Florida
Birmingham Ala. Menasha Ridge Press 1987 0897320689 / 9780897320689 Stated First Printing Trade Paperback Near Fine No Jacket 8vo -- 9 in Tall 
127 pp. with bibliography, index, numerous maps. Light edge rubbing; no markings, spine uncreased. A summary of 41 trails in all parts of Florida. Includes pointers about special features, wildlife to spot, trail length, access, level of difficulty, etc. Some of the venues included: Blackwater River State Forest; Osceola Natl Forest; Withlacoochee State Forest; Ocala Natl Forest; St. Mark's Natl Wildlife Refuge; Merritt Is. Refuge; Wekiva Springs; Everglades; Fort Clinch; Bulow Creek; Lake Kissimmee; Sanibel-Captiva; Big Cypress. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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12 Carter, John The Jug-Eared Kid
Daytona Beach Florida The News-Journal Corp. 2001 096400550 2nd Printing Trade Paperback Near Fine Anthology 8vo -- 9 in. Tall 
273 pp. Close to new, no markings. Spine uncreased. Slight yellowing spot on rear cover near top edge. Color cover sketch by Steve McLachlin. A delightful collection of newspaper columns by the late John Carter, who amused Daytona Beach readers with tales of his boyhood in Jacksonville and the Old Florida characters and folkways that he cherished. Carter worked at the Daytona Beach News-Journal for nearly 15 years, and his catch phrases and anecdotes are still repeated by News-Journal oldtimers. Affectionate tales about him were recounted at the N-J Reunion Jam held Jan. 8, 2011 in Port Orange, Fl. 
Price: 9.00 USD
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I Am One of You Forever: A Novel, Chappell, Fred
13 Chappell, Fred I Am One of You Forever: A Novel
Baton Rouge, L. Louisiana State Univ Press 1987 0807114103 / 9780807114100 8th Printing Trade Paperback Fine 8vo --8.5 In Tall 
181pp. Nearly new. Previous owner's name and embossed mark on preliminary page. A novel about a boy growing up in North Carolina in the 1940s. Southern Magazine blurb: "Through a series of family vignettes that circle a central unspoken tragedy, Chappell combines dramatic and lyrical talents to produce a high-spirited elegey. Among living Southern writers, only Eudora Welty has this range of tone." 
Price: 4.00 USD
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14 Charleston Countyl Tricentennial Committee A Pictorial History -- Charles-towne 1670, Charleston 1970
Charleston, S.C. Self-published 1970 First Edition Stiff Wrappers Very Good + No Jacket Photo Book 4to -- 11 in Tall 
Unpaginated -- 56 pp. on glossy stock, navy blue covers on card stock, light rubbing along spine. Light wear, no markings. Frontispiece protective tissue intact. A collection of b&w historical photos and illustrations, tracing Charleston's development from an important colonial port to today's status as a tourism magnet. 7 pp. of text includes essays by College of Charleston new graduate William Harrison Vandever; Citadel Prof. John S. Coussons and newspaper writer Jack Leland. Pictorial content ranges from old maps and portraits of Revolutionary War generals to Civil War landmarks to historical landmarks, current industrial buildings and cultural institutions. W. Lloyd Hamm is credited as the committee's chairman of pictorial history. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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15 Childress, Mark One Mississippi : A Novel
Boston Little Brown 2006 0316012114 / 9780316012119 4th Printing Boards Fine Fine 8vo -- -- 7.5 In. 
385 pp. Close to new, gift quality. Spine uncreased, text clean. A boy-bonding tale set in a Mississippi high school in the 1970s. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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16 Christopher, W. Scott Tampa's People with a Purpose
Tampa, Florida Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce 1993 First Edition Cloth Good+ Good+ 8vo - 9.25 in. Tall 
443 pp., numerous b&w photos. Index. Near fine green cloth cover with gilt titling intact; no titling on spine (as produced). No markings, light slant to spine. Bright text. Light chipping to dust jacket. A chronicle of Tampa's business growth, with emphasis on the 1920-1990 period. Ths volume commemmorated the centennial of the Tampa Board of Trade, precursor of the local chamber of commerce. Highlights include Tampa's successful effort to recruit the cigar industry and the launch of H.B. Plant. A hard to find piece of local history. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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17 Cobb, Al Savannah's Ghosts
Savannah, Georgia Whitaker Street Books 2001 0970553714 / 9780970553713 First Edition Trade Paperback Fine 8vo-- 9 in Tall 
105 pp. Virtually new. Spine uncreased. Humorously signed, "Boo! Sandra Mudge" (Her gravestone is depicted on the front cover.) An informal collection of anecdotes about paranormal investigations and occurrences in Savannah, Georgia. The author is active in a paranormal research group called The Searchers. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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The African American Heritage of Florida, Colburn, David R. And Landers, Jane, Eds.
18 Colburn, David R. And Landers, Jane, Eds. The African American Heritage of Florida
Gainesville, Florida Univ Press of Florida 1995 0813014123 / 9780813014128 2nd Printing Trade Paperback Very Good 8vo -- 9 in Tall 
392 pp, bibliography, index. Lightly thumbed, pencil underlinings and check marks on a half-dozen pages, "used" stamping on bottom edge. Otherwise clean. "A Florida Sesquicentennial Book." Thirteen scholarly articles on several facets of Florida history, providing fresh research on its black slaves and freemen settlers, and their descendants. Titles include: "Traditions of African American Freedom and Community in Spanish Colonial America" by Jane Landers; "African Religious Retentions in Florida" by Robert Hall; "African Americans in British East Florida, 1763-1784" byDaniel L. Schafer; "Blacks and the Seminole Removal Debate 1821-1835," byGeorge Kloss; "LaViulla Florida" by Patricia L. Kenney." "Groveland, Florida's Little Scottsboro" by Steven Lawson, David Colburn and Darryl Paulson, and more.. 
Price: 5.50 USD
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19 Cole, Julie; Allaback, and Stewart, Laura Orlando's Leu House
Orlando Harry P. Leu Gardens 1995 1st Edition Stated Trade Papeback Near Fine No Jacket 4to -- 11in Tall 
113 pp. on glossy paper. Nearly new, small stray reddish mark on rear cover, and lightly thumbed, else perfect. Numerous historical b&w photos on nearly every page. Although the title suggests this is a guide to a mansion, this scarce work actually is much more -- an overview of the earliest decades of Orlando history, its pioneer families, early industries, landmark buildings, social patterns, etc. About a quarter of the book centers on the Leu House and its gardens, and the Leu family. The property is now a city museum, although donor Harry Leu in the 1960s had doubts about whether the city would manage it competently. This book project started in 1987 with interviews and notes compiled by Allaback, and expanded in 1991 with additional social history added by arts writer Laura Stewart and editing by estate curator Julie Cole and editor Joy Dickinson. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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20 Combs, Evelyn Kelley King Cotton
Ormond Beach, Florida Southern Heritage Publishing 1982 0933078102 / 9780933078109 2nd Edition Trade Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Signed by Author
227 pp. Light rubbing along spine. Signed by author with inscription to "Kay" on inside front cover. A former Georgia radio writer spins a tale of Georgia farmers struggling during the Depression. The author now resides in Ormond Beach, Fl. 
Price: 4.50 USD
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