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Kid's Guide to Orlando

by Eileen Ogintz Globe Pequot Press (December 04, 2012)

The Kid's Guide to Orlando is a guidebook FOR the kids! With the guide, you get kid-tested tips on where to go, where to eat, what to see, and where to get the best souvenirs. Along the way, your kids will...


Ghosthunting Florida

by Dave Lapham & John B. Kachuba Clerisy Press (September 29, 2010)

Discover the scariest spots in the Sunshine State. Author Dave Lapham visits more than 30 legendary haunted places, all of which are open to the public so visitors can test their own ghosthunting skills. Join...


Tallahassee

by Johnny Molloy Falcon Guides (October 05, 2010)

Best Easy Day Hikes Tallahassee includes concise descriptions and detailed maps for twenty easy-to-follow hikes in greater Tallahassee and the Big Bend. From wooded trails along wild rivers to hilly paths connecting...


Best Easy Day Hikes Jacksonville, Florida

by Johnny Molloy Falcon Guides (October 05, 2010)

Best Easy Day Hikes Jacksonville, Florida includes concise descriptions and detailed maps for twenty easy-to-follow hikes in and around the River City. Discover the natural splendors of the First Coast—including...


D.C. Noir 2: The Classics

by George Pelecanos Akashic Books (September 01, 2008)

George Pelecanos explores DC's historic malaise, following up the best-selling first volume of D.C. Noir.


Paddling Tennessee: A Guide to 38 of the State's Greatest Paddling Adventures

by Johnny Molloy Falcon Guides (April 12, 2011)

Tennessee truly has something for every paddler, whether float trips down dark water trails of swamp rivers or kayaking excursions along whitewater streams. Paddling Tennessee describes the best and most accessible...


Generations of Somerset Place

by Dorothy Spruill Redford Arcadia Publishing (August 31, 2005)

Located in the rural northeastern part of North Carolina, Somerset was cumulatively home to more than 800 enslaved blacks and four generations of a planter family.

When the institution of slavery ended in 1865,...


Chincoteague and Assateague Islands

by Nan DeVincent-Hayes & Bo Bennett Arcadia Publishing (June 20, 2000)

See how the Chincoteague and Assteague Islands came about and developed into a tourist destination today.

The thriving barrier islands of Chincoteague and Assateague entice over a million tourists to their shores...


Hidden History of Henderson County, North Carolina

by Terry Ruscin & Wick Andrews The History Press (July 16, 2013)

Join author and historian Terry Ruscin as he reveals Henderson County's forgotten yet colorful history complete with its own cast of characters and historic landmarks.

Who composed a blockbuster opera a few miles...


Hidden History of the Outer Banks

by Sarah Downing The History Press (February 26, 2013)

The history of North Carolina's Outer Banks is as ancient and mesmerizing as its beaches. Much has been documented, but many stories were lost--until now.

Join local author and historian Sarah Downing as she...


Eerie Florida

by Mark Muncy & Kari Schultz The History Press (September 04, 2017)

Shiver with these eerie stories of the Sunshine State after dark.

Surrounded by golden beaches, sparkling Atlantic waters, and palm trees as far as the eye can sea, Florida can give the appearance of a tropical...


A Neighborhood Guide to Washington, D.C.'s Hidden History

by Jeanne Fogle & Edward Fogle The History Press (April 30, 2009)

Get off the National Mall and enjoy nine walking and driving tours of Washington, D. C. 's historic neighborhoods. A must-have for visitors and residents alike.

Discover the hidden history of the nation's capital...


DC by Metro

by Michelle Goldchain The History Press (April 15, 2019)

This ultimate guide to the most notable historic sites in and around Washington is perfect for transit-oriented tourists and residents alike.

Explore every museum, monument, mural and more - each within walking...


The Making of St. Petersburg

by Will Michaels The History Press (November 20, 2012)

Boasting over 15 million tourists visiting every year, this Florida city is one of America's oldest and one of its most popular.

The Making of St. Petersburg captures the character of this bay city through its...


Classic Carolina Road Trips from Columbia

by Tom Poland The History Press (August 05, 2014)

Columbia, South Carolina, sits in a perfect position--each of the numerous treasures of the Palmetto State is less than a day's drive from the capital.

Near Charleston, 137 miles from Columbia, you can enjoy...


Hidden History of the Florida Keys

by Laura Albritton & Jerry Wilkinson The History Press (November 05, 2018)

The Florida Keys have witnessed all kinds of historical events, from the dramatic and the outrageous to the tragic and the comic.

In the nineteenth century, uncompromising individuals fought duels and plotted...


Rehoboth Beach

by Michael Morgan The History Press (March 17, 2009)

Memories of lost pirates' treasure, daring rescues off the coast and prowling German U-boats linger amidst the dunes and sea grass of Rehoboth Beach.

From modest beginnings as a religious retreat, the town has...


Leesburg

by Mary Fishback Arcadia Publishing (July 23, 2003)

Once serving as the capital of the United States for three days, the town of Leesburg, Virginia stands at the crossroads of American history.

As a rural hinterland of the Washington, D.C. area and situated on...


Delray Beach

by McCall Credle-Rosenthal Arcadia Publishing (October 15, 2003)

Beautiful Delray Beach lies on Florida's Atlantic coast, nestled between a sea grape-filled beach to the east and rich farmland to the west.

Throughout its prosperous history, this "Village by the Sea," as it...


Lauderdale-By-The-Sea

by Frank J. Cavaioli Arcadia Publishing (March 26, 2003)

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea depicts the engaging history of this oceanfront community.

Located on Florida's Gold Coast, Lauderdale-By-The-Sea is noted for its beach activities, living reef system, and family-oriented...


Top Trails: Shenandoah National Park: Must-Do Hikes for Everyone

by Johnny Molloy Wilderness Press (November 21, 2012)

Top Trails: Shenandoah National Park saves readers the time and frustration of finding the perfect hikes to suit their desires. Not only are there hundreds of miles of trails running like veins down and along...


Lynchburg

by Dorothy Potter & Clifton Potter Arcadia Publishing (April 18, 2007)

Explore the fascinating history of Lynchburg, Virginia with more than 200 vintage photographs and anecdotes from the locals who experienced it.

In the spring of 1757, the Lynch brothers established a ferry across...


Rome, Georgia in Vintage Postcards

by Robin L. Scott Arcadia Publishing (November 20, 2001)

When Rome, Georgia, was founded in 1834, Col. Daniel R. Mitchell suggested the name because of the surrounding hills, much like those of ancient Rome.

Known today as "The City of Seven Hills," Rome has been voted...


A History of Lake Norman

by Chuck McShane The History Press (September 30, 2014)

Journalist and historian Chuck McShane traces the triumphs and troubles of Lake Norman from the region's colonial beginnings to its modern incarnation.

On a muggy September day in 1959, North Carolina governor...


Charlotte, North Carolina

by Mary Kratt The History Press (April 28, 2009)

Founded in 1768 at the crossing of two Indian trails, Charlotte has a rich heritage to match its age. Hear the personal voices of discovery, hardship, wars, privation, segregation and achievement from village...


Kiawah Island

by Ashton Cobb The History Press (June 16, 2006)

Hurricane Michael may have taken away some of the landmarks, but these images reveal the history of Florida's Mexico Beach, once known as the "Unforgettable Coast".

As French interests in the Americas dwindled,...


Hidden History of Fort Myers

by Cynthia A. Williams & Denége Patterson The History Press (October 09, 2017)

Although best known as the winter home of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, Fort Myers has one of the most engaging and extraordinary histories of any city in Florida.

The spawn of a hurricane, Fort Myers began as...


A History of Green Ridge State Forest

by Champ Zumbrun The History Press (May 31, 2010)

Join former forest manager Champ Zumbrun as he traverses hidden trails to tell the remarkable story of Green Ridge State Forest.

Green Ridge State Forest is a haven of calm and natural beauty among the Appalachians...


Glimpses of Henderson County, North Carolina

by Terry Ruscin & Hilliard Staton The History Press (September 23, 2014)

Henderson County is known for its country inns, houses of worship and picturesque landscapes.

Behind all the beautiful scenery is a colorful history that runs deeper than any creek or holler. Revel in the family...


Lost Virginia Beach

by Amy Waters Yarsinske The History Press (May 02, 2011)

Join author and historian Amy Waters Yarsinske as she takes one final stroll through a Virginia Beach lost to time.

The Oceanfront's Cottage Line, the music halls of Seaside Park and dunes so large they dwarfed...


Wicked Asheville

by Marla Hardee Milling & Joshua P. Warren The History Press (September 17, 2018)

Discover the wicked and sordid history of Asheville, North Carolina in this volume by author and Asheville native Marla Hardee Milling.

Asheville is a wonderfully strange city, but it has a few shadows in its...


The Collapse of Richmond's Church Hill Tunnel

by Walter S. Griggs Jr. The History Press (October 18, 2011)

Explore the facts and mysteries surrounding the history and collapse of Richmond, Virginia's Church Hill Tunnel. A must for fans of railroad and Richmond history.

Richmond, the capital of the Confederacy, was...


Freaky Florida

by Mark Muncy & Kari Schultz The History Press (September 10, 2018)

Millions of people flock to Florida for its beaches and tourist attractions. Most never learn about the strange locations just off the beaten path.

In the beautiful Florida Caverns, a second Rip Van Winkle was...


Bethany Beach

by Michael Morgan The History Press (July 01, 2010)

The fascinating origins of this once peaceful resort town are explored in Michael Morgan's Bethany Beach.

Before a 1901 ceremony opened the peaceful resort town, the wild dunes of Bethany Beach were part of the...


Currituck

by Travis Morris The History Press (July 15, 2008)

Relive the days of Currituck, North Carolina when farming and hunting was what brought the world together.

In this insider account, Currituck native Travis Morris takes readers into the blind and regales them...


Wicked Baltimore

by Lauren R. Silberman & Christopher Scharpf The History Press (September 09, 2011)

Detailing the salacious history of Baltimore and its denizens from the city's earliest history up to and through Prohibition.

With nicknames such as "Mob Town" and "Syphilis City," no one would deny that Baltimore...


Eastern North Carolina Sayings

by Philip L. Beaman & Cait Brennan The History Press (February 11, 2014)

Down-home sayings, turns of phrase and expressions that have stood the test of time and tell the story of Eastern North Carolina word by word.

Growing up on a farm in the heart of eastern North Carolina's tobacco...


Hidden History of Richmond

by Walter S. Griggs Jr. The History Press (August 28, 2012)

The lesser-known tales of the personalities who shaped the capital's past are unearthed from the archives by Richmond Guide writer Walter S. Griggs Jr.

The course of Richmond's history as it emerged from the...


Hidden History of Alexandria, D.C.

by Michael Lee Pope The History Press (September 23, 2011)

Go inside the long-forgotten 19th century period when Alexandria left Virginia and incorporated itself into the fledging Distric of Columbia.

This groundbreaking history uncovers the time in the 19th century...


Remembering the Way it Was at Hilton Head, Bluffton and Daufuskie

by Fran Heyward Marscher The History Press (July 01, 2005)

Discover the history of an era lost to generations in this collection of personal stories by author and Hilton Head resident Fran Heyward Marscher.

In the hundred years separating the Civil War and the 1950s,...


Key West

by Lynn M. Homan & Thomas Reilly Arcadia Publishing (November 09, 2000)

Key West's free-spirited ambiance and magnificent coral reefs help to create a unique and historic legacy and much more than a vacation destination.

For centuries, explorers and adventurers, immigrants and entrepreneurs,...


Highlands

by Dr. Randolph Preston Shaffner Arcadia Publishing (July 28, 2008)

Discover the rich past of Highlands, North Carolina in this pictorial history told through the lens of over 200 vintage images.

Perched on the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains and founded in 1875 as a health...


Coconut Grove

by Arva Moore Parks & Bo Bennett Arcadia Publishing (September 20, 2010)

Coconut Grove depicts the history of this diverse Miami community.

By the time the City of Miami was born in 1896, Coconut Grove was already a well-defined community with a variety of interesting residents who...


Key West's Duval Street

by Jerry Wilkinson, Laura Albritton & Tom Hambright Arcadia Publishing (October 09, 2017)

Journey from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico through the pulsing heart of historic Key West that is Duval Street!

Duval Street in Key West, Florida, is one of the most legendary avenues in the United...


Historic Grant Park

by Jennifer Goad Cuthbertson & Philip M. Cuthbertson Arcadia Publishing (May 16, 2011)

Both the neighborhood of Grant Park and the 131-acre park take their shared name from railroad executive Lemuel P. Grant.

The park was a gift to the City of Atlanta from Grant and was designed by John Charles...


Richmond

by Keshia A. Case Arcadia Publishing (February 22, 2010)

Images of America: Richmond: A Historic Walking Tour guides readers through one of the earliest cities in the United States.

The book offers stories about settlers and Native Americans, our Founding Fathers,...


Warrenton

by Kate Brenner Arcadia Publishing (September 29, 2014)

Explore the fascinating history of Warrenton, Virginia with more than 200 vintage photographs and anecdotes from the locals who experienced it.

When Warrenton was founded in the 18th century, it was nothing more...


Chestertown and Kent County

by R. Jerry Keiser, Patricia O. Horsey & William A. (Pat) Biddle Arcadia Publishing (April 05, 2006)

Stately Chestertown, the seat of Kent County on Maryland's Eastern Shore, is located on the Chester River.

Once a center of trade with Great Britain and the West Indies, the town founded in 1706 now boasts grand...


DeLand

by Maggi Smith Hall & Michael Justin Holder Arcadia Publishing (October 24, 2003)

A fascinating history of Central Florida's DeLand, the "Athens of Florida."

Nestled in Central Florida between the northerly flowing St. Johns River and the alluring beaches of the Atlantic Ocean, DeLand has...


Historic Roswell Georgia

by Joe McTyre & Rebecca Nash Paden Arcadia Publishing (July 10, 2001)

Historic Roswell is a pictorial history of this diverse Georgia community.

In the 1830s and 1840s, low country planters came to Roswell, Georgia, seeking relief from the heat and malaria that plagued Georgia's...