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Land of Sunshine, State of Dreams: A Social History of Modern Florida (Florida History and Culture) - Gary Ross Mormino
Florida is a story of astonishing growth, a state swelling from 500,000 residents at the outset of the 20th century to some 16 million at the end. As recently as mid-century, on the eve of Pearl Harbor, Florida was the smallest state in the South. At the dawn of the millennium, it is the fourth largest in the country, a megastate that was among those introducing new words into the American vernacular: space coast, climate control, growth management, retirement community, theme park, edge cities, shopping mall, boomburbs, beach renourishment, Interstate, and Internet.

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Florida: A Short History - Michael Gannon
updated coverage of the state's long history to include minorities, women, and environmental concerns through the year of Hurricane Andrew, focusing more on social than political history. This is a wonderful book on the overall history of Florida. Loaded with little known facts on nearly every page, Gannon does an excellent job on taking the reader from the very beginnings of Florida (and consequently American history) to the present day. To the point but with adequate detail, Gannon not only avoids boring the reader but makes Florida history entertaining. Highly recommended for anyone looking to get a grasp on the state of Florida and its history.

 

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