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201 Frederickson, Kari; Editor. The Florida Historical Quarterly, Volume LXXVI, Number 1: Summer 1997.
Tampa, Florida: Florida Historical Society, 1997. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff white illus. wrappers), [133] pp. Fine. Articles included: Ditches and Dreams: Nelson Fell and the Rise of Fellsmere (Gordon Patterson); Something More Than a Creed: Mary McLeod Bethune's Aim of Integrated Autonomy as Director of Negro Affairs (Christopher E. Linsin); So Goes the Negro: Race and Labor in Miami, 1940-1963 (Eric Tscheschlok). 
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202 Frederickson, Kari; Editor. The Florida Historical Quarterly, Volume LXXVIII, Number 1: Summer 1999.
Tampa, Florida: Florida Historical Society, 1999. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff white illus. wrappers), [158] pp. Fine. Articles included: The Florida Baptist Convention and Desegregation, 1954-1980 (Mark Newman); Missiles as Artifacts: The Creation of the Air Force Space and Missile Museum (Gordon Patterson); The 1960 and 1964 Jacksonville Riots: How Struggle Led to Progress (Abel A. Bartley); Cloak and Dagger in Apalachicole Province in Early 1686. 
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203 French, Thomas. South of Heaven: Welcome to High School at the End of the Twentieth Century.
New York: Doubleday, [1993]. First Edition, As Stated. 
Signed by the Author. Octavo, black cloth & grey boards (hardcover), xi, 365 pp. Fine (As New), in like dust jacket. Author spent a year inside the walls of Largo High School in western Florida. “In an attempt to discover firsthand what's really going on today in teenage America, French attended classes and faculty meetings. While hanging out in the cafeteria and going to football games and dances, he gained the trust of the students and obtained almost unlimited access into a world few adults can imagine. As he discovered, high school in the 1990s...is also a place where the pressure to succeed can drive students to commit suicide, where others hide guns inside their lockers, and where the usual tortures of adolescence are compounded by drugs, divorce, AIDS< and a widespread emptiness felt by so many teenagers...An affecting and alarming read for both parents and teenagers...” 
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204 Fretwell, Jacqueline K. El Escribano: The St. Augustine Journal of History. Volume Twenty, 1983.
St. Augustine, FL: The St. Augustine Historical Society, 1983. 
Ocrtavo, paperbound, 84 pp. Near-Fine. Contents: The Spanish and Minorcan Linguistic Heritage of St. Augustine, FLorida (Philip D. Rasico); Two Recent Plant Arrivals in St. Johns County (T. M. Dobrovsky); The Basilica-Cathedral of St. Augustine, St. Augustine, Florida and Its History (Charles S. Commes); Two Documents Relating to Governor Gonzalo Mendez de Cano, 1596-1603 (Leopoldo Cancio); Building Materials in 16th-Century St. Augustine (Albert Manucy); Book Reviews; News and Notes; List of Members.[We have a number of unlisted volumes of El Escribano and Florida Historical Quarterlies -- Please let us know if you're looking for a particular issue]. 
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205 Fretwell, Jacqueline K. El Escribano: The St. Augustine Journal of History. Volume Twenty-Four, 1987.
St. Augustine, FL: The St. Augustine Historical Society, 1987. 
Ocrtavo, paperbound, 110 pp. Very Good, with foxing & light soiling to covers. Contents: Where Artillery Lane Crosses Aviles Street: The Segui/Kirby Smith House (Jean Parker Waterbury); Aspects of Pedro Menendez the Man (Eugene Lyon); Canoes: Workdaday Watercraft in Eighteenth-Century East Florida (Susan R. Parker); Sarah Warner Fish (Clara Talley Kingston); Street Tailways of St. Augustine (Edward A. Ridolph); Book Reviews.[We have a number of unlisted volumes of El Escribano and Florida Historical Quarterlies -- Please let us know if you're looking for a particular issue]. 
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206 Fretwell, Jacqueline K., ed. El Escribano: The St. Augustine Journal of History, Volume Twenty-Four, 1987.
St. Augustine: St. Augustine Historical Society, 1987. 
Octavo, softbound, 110 pp. Photos, maps, illus. Very Good; some cover soiling. Includes: Where Artillery Lane Crosses Aviles Street: The Segui/Kirby Smith House, by Jean Parker Waterbury; Aspects of Pedro Menendez the Man, by Eugene Lyon; Canoes: Workaday Watercraft in Eighteenth-Century East Florida, by Susan R. Parker; Sarah Warner Fish, by Clara Talley Kingston; and Street Railways of St. Augustine, by Edward A. Ridolph. 
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207 Fretwell, Mark E., ed. El Escribano, Volume Twenty-Eight.
St. Augustine, FL: St. Augustine Historical Society, 1991. 
Octavo, softbound, 130 pp. Photos. Includes: North and South with W. J. Harris, Photographer, by Robert R. Goller; A Connecticut Yankee in St. Augustine, 1863, by William McGuire; and Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose: A Free Black Town in Spanish Colonial Florida, by Jane Landers. Near-Fine. 
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208 Fretwell, Mark E., ed. El Escribano, Volume Twenty-One.
St. Augustine, FL: St. Augustine Historical Society, 1984. 
Octavo, softbound, 125 pp. Plates, maps, illus. Includes: The Oldest House, Its Site and Its Occupants 1650 (?) - 1984, by Jean Parker Waterbury; The Defense Structure of East Florida 1700-1820, Adapted to the English Language by Luis R. Arana, by Juan Marsheno Fernandes; and Kingsley Beatty Gibbs and His Journal of 1840 - 1843, by Jacqueline K. Fretwell. Very Good; some staining along fore-edge of textblock. 
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209 Fretwell, Mark E., ed. El Escribano, Volume Twenty.
St. Augustine, FL: St. Augustine Historical Society, 1983. 
Octavo, softbound, 84 pp. Plates. Includes: The Spanish and Minorcan Linguistic Heritage of St. Augustine, Florida, by Philip D. Rasico; Two Recent Plant Arrivals in St. Johns County, by T. M. Dobrovsky; The Basilica-Cathedral of St. Augustine, St. Augustine, Florida and Its History, by Charles S. Coomes; Two Documents Relating to Governor Gonzalo Mendez de Canco (1596-1603); and Building Materials in 16th Century St. Augustine, by Albert Manucy. Very Good. 
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210 Friend, Craig Thompson; Editor. The Florida Historical Quarterly. Volume 83, Number 3: Winter, 2005.
Florida Historical Society, 2005. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff, white wrappers), [141] pp. Near-Fine. Contents: Did Slaves Have Free Will? Luke, a Slave v. Florida and Crime at the Command of the Master; Voice of the Exploited Majority: Claude Kirk and the 1970 Manatee County Forced Busing Incident; Historic Notes and Documents: Philadelphia Foundations of the Wm. G. Porter Company of Apalachicola; Book Reviews; Book Notes; History News. 
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211 Friend, Craig Thompson; Editor. The Florida Historical Quarterly. Volume 83, Number 4: Spring 2005.
Florida Historical Society, 2005. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff, white wrappers), [161] pp. Near-Fine. Contents: Hurricanes and the Shaping of Circum-Caribbean Societies; A Veritable Refuge for Practicing Homosexuals: The Johns Committee and the University of South Florida; The Florida Room: Religion & Romance: A Florida Memoir; Historic Notes and Documents: Harriet Ward Foote Hawley: Civil War Journalist; Book Reviews; Book Notes; History News; Volume Index. 
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212 Friend, Craig Thompson; Editor. The Florida Historical Quarterly. Fall 2001: Vol. 80, No. 2.
Orlando, FL: Florida Historical Society, 2001. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff, photo. illus. off-white wrappers), [119] pp. Fine. Contents include: Plumb Lines, Politics, and Projections: The Florida Everglades and the Wright Report Controversy; Jacksonville's Consolidation Mayor: Hans G. Tanzler Jr.; Historic Notes and Documents: Telegraphic Correspondence Relating to the Jacksoville Fire of 1901; Larry Eugene River's Slavery in Florida: A Review Essay. 
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213 Friend, Craig Thompson; Editor. The Florida Historical Quarterly. Fall 2002: Vol. 81, No. 2.
Orlando, FL: Florida Historical Society, 2002. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff, photo. illus. off-white wrappers), [116] pp. Fine. Contents include: Constructing Indians in the Colonial Floridas: Origins of European-Floridian Identity: 1513-1573; Daytona Beach: A Closed Society; Florida's Forgotten Ethnic Culture: Patterns of Canadian Immigration, Tourism, and Investment since 1920. 
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214 Friend, Craig Thompson; Editor. The Florida Historical Quarterly. Fall 2003: Vol. 82, No. 2.
Orlando, FL: Florida Historical Society, 2002. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff, photo. illus. off-white wrappers), [144] pp. Fine. Contents include: Who Pays for Progress? Accident Law in Florida, 1845-1886; Violence, Racial Etiquette, and African American Working-Class Infrapolitics in Jacksonville during World War I; Between Encounter and Experience: Florida in the Cuban Imagination; Historic Notes and Documents: The Mix Diaries. 
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215 Friend, Craig Thompson; Editor. The Florida Historical Quarterly. Fall 2003: Vol. 82, No. 2.
Orlando, FL: Florida Historical Society, 2002. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff, photo. illus. off-white wrappers), [154] pp. Fine. Contents include: Custom Has the Force of Law: Local Officials and Contraband in the Floridas and the Bahamas, 1748-1779; Constructing The St. Johns: History as Literary Narrative; Rassling a Governor: Defiance, Desegregation, Claude Kirk, and the Politics of Richard Nixon's Southern Strategy; Historic Notes and Documents: Frolicking Bears, Wet Voltures, and Other Mysteries: Amos Jay Cumming's 1873 Description of Mounds in East-Central Florida. 
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216 Friend, Craig Thompson; Editor. The Florida Historical Quarterly. Spring 2002: Vol. 80, No. 4.
Orlando, FL: Florida Historical Society, 2002. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff, photo. illus. off-white wrappers), [157] pp. Fine. Contents include: Forgotten Sacrifice: Native American Involvement in the Construction of the Catillo de San Marcos; Climate, Community, and Commerce among Florida, Cuba and the Atlantic World, 1784-1800; The Salesman and His Swamp: Dick Pope's Cypress Gardens; Historic Notes and Documents: A Late Seventeenth-Century Journey to Tampa Bay. 
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217 Friend, Craig Thompson; Editor. The Florida Historical Quarterly. Summer 2000: Vol. 79, No. 1.
Orlando, FL: Florida Historical Society, 2000. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff, photo. illus. off-white wrappers), 134 pp. Fine. Contents include: Fort Mitchell and the Settlement of the Alachua Country; William B. Barnett and Sons: Florida Banking Pioneers; Space University: Lift-Off to Florida Institute of Technology; Historic Notes and Documents: Evidence Pertinent to the Florida Cabildo Controversy and the Misdating of the Juan Marquez Cabrera Governorship. 
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218 Friend, Craig Thompson; Editor. The Florida Historical Quarterly. Summer 2000: Vol. 79, No. 2.
Orlando, FL: Florida Historical Society, 2000. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff, photo. illus. off-white wrappers), [123] pp. Fine. Contents include: The Short Life of the Richard A. Binham: A Pensacola Lumber Schooner; A Super-Powered Goodwill Ambassador: Establishing WRUF at the University of Florida, 1925-1940; Taking Out the Trailer Trash: The Battle Over Moblie Homes In St. Petersburg, Florida. 
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219 Friend, Craig Thompson; Editor. The Florida Historical Quarterly. Summer 2004: Volume 83, Number 1. Cultural Constructions and Natural Destruction in the Ocklawaha River Valley.
Orlando, FL: Florida Historical Society, 2004. 
Octavo, softbound (stiff, photo. illus. off-white wrappers), [119] pp. Fine. Contents include: Introduction; Steamboats, Cypress, and Tourism: An Ecological History of the Ocklawaha Valley in the Late Nineteenth Century; Economic Boom or Political Boondoogle? Florida's Atlantic Gulf Ship Canal in the 1930s; Get the Facts -- and then the Act: How Majorie H. Carr and the Florida Defenders of the Environment Fought to Save the Ocklawaha River. 
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220 Frisbie, Louis K. Peace River Pioneers.
Miami, FL: E. A. Seemann Publishing, Inc., 1974. First Edition. 
Octavo, brown cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, 134 pp. Fine, in a Very Good dust jacket with edgewear. Frisbie invites the reader to explore this part of Florida with her, from the time when it was the sole domain of the Seminole Indians to the years of the big land boom in the mid-1920s. Meet Zibe King and Jace Summerlin, Bone Mizell and the rest of the colorful people of the Peace River Valley, the families that first came to what are now Bartow, Fort Meade, Wauchula, Bowling Green, Zolfo Springs, Arcadia, Fort Ogden, Punta Gorda, Charlotte Harbor, and other small communites. In text and historic pictures, the author gives a factual account of one of the oldest sections of Florida. 
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