4 edition of Land of sunshine, state of dreams found in the catalog.
|Statement||University Press of Florida|
|Publishers||University Press of Florida|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
|2||The Florida history and culture series|
nodata File Size: 5MB.
" --Tampa Tribune online "Explores the daring, heroic, complex, ever-changing, sometimes humdrum, sometimes crooked people and events that created today's Gold Coast, Space Coast, Tampa Bay, Redneck Riviera and, of course, State of dreams World.
ISBN 10 : 9781469615967 Southern Cultures Book Description : The Winter 2014 Issue brings us duels and Dashboard Poets, eels and faux villages, a beloved television icon, interviews with liberal hero Walter Mondale and conservative activist Jack Kershaw, Civil War battlefi eld monuments, and more. " "Mormino's book is a must read for every high school student. 2006 Journal of Social History 30 Jul. Fehrenbach's Lone Star: A History of Texas and Texans 1980 begins with the Amerinds, and stresses the "warrior values" that made generation after generation who repeatedly conquered frontiers respectful of their peers, hostile to outsiders, and conservative in outlook.
However, not all of the impact resulted in negative terms, for the Sunbelt phenomenon not only transformed the state, but the state transformed the South and enlightened the nation as well. State of dreams a notable nugget of history a day or a month at a time with this celebration of Sunshine State heritage. READ as many books as you like Personal use. Beneath the iconography of popular culture is revealed a complex and complicated social framework that reflects a dizzying passage from New Spain to Old South, New South to Sunbelt.
Perhaps its due to the fact that both sides of my family have been in Florida since the mid-1800's.
ISBN 10 : 9780295804613 Vacationland Book Description : Winner of the Western Writers of America 2014 Spur Award for Best Western Nonfiction, Contemporary Mention the Colorado high country today and vacation imagery springs immediately to mind: mountain scenery, camping, hiking, skiing, and world-renowned resorts like Aspen and Vail. The author alternated between laying true the joys and passions of Florida with a crusade for economic, racial, and environmental justice.
While the information is potentially fascinating it is not written in a way that is very readable. A brilliant compilation of data, it will be the standard against which all future such efforts in Florida will be measured. I suppose I should state of dreams been forewarned with a subtitle of "A Social History.
A second building boom ensued in the 1980s dominated by high-rise condominiums and large resort hotels. As recently as mid-century, on the eve of Pearl Harbor, Florida was the smallest state in the South.
It focuses on the diverse people who migrated here; the developers of tourism, beaches, shopping malls, and gated communities; new technology from air conditioning to the space age ; and the impact of this growth and development upon the environment. hardcover ISBN Land of sunshine ken whalen University of Florida In Land of Sunshine, State of Dreams, Gary Mormino, Duckwall Professor of History at the University of South Florida, charts the historic and spatial relationships between the forces of human culture--including imaginative geographies--and the unique environment of the state of Florida.
The narrative asserts that Florida changed more since 1940 than during the state's first four centuries. It represents a massive, exhaustive, wide-ranging amount of research.
A brilliant compilation of data, it will be the standard against which all future such efforts in Florida will be measured.