This book will give you an appreciation for a delicate ecosystem to rival any wetland in the world! Ancient Indians, Seminoles, pioneers, soldiers, hunters/trappers, entrepreneurs, writers, explorers, scientists, artists, and musicians were all drawn here and are part of this historical tapestry. The work will also prove useful as a paddler's companion.
The book Jacob Summerlin: King of the Crackers by Joe Akerman and Mark Akerman. In this brief biography, Joe and Mark Akerman manage to capture the essence of Jake Summerlin's life and the broader scope of Florida history.
Each year the Brevard Theatrical Ensemble presents a new production of “Mosquitoes, Alligators, and Determination” looking at different aspects of Florida history and culture.
The ninth, all new version of the program will be presented at the Library of Florida History, 435 Brevard Avenue, Cocoa, with performances Friday at 7:30 pm, Saturday at 2:30 pm and Sunday at 2:30 pm, this weekend and next. Tickets are available at a discount online at www.myfloridahistory.org, or by calling 321-690-1971, ext. 205.
Patrick D. Smith’s 1984 novel “A Land Remembered” is one of the most popular books about Florida ever written.
The beloved Merritt Island author was born October 8, 1927, and died January 26, 2014. He would have been 88 this week.
Most popular novels have a year or so of commercial success, perhaps getting another boost when a paperback version comes out. Smith’s “A Land Remembered” has been a bestseller in Florida since it was first published.
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