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Ackerman, Marsha. "Interview with Marsha Ackerman on Talking History.

Aguilar, Christopher F.. “A Party to History,” Beaches Shorelines, February 2, 2002.

"An Ocean Voyage in Winter," in Chapter 11 of Florida for Tourists, Invalids, and Settlers, 1882.

Bartley, Abel A. "The 1960 and 1964 Jacksonville Riots: How Struggle Led to Progress," Florida Historical Quarterly 78:1, Summer 1999, pp. 46-73.

Beaches Area Historical Society Archives.

Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader 

Beaches United Methodist Church web site.

Bearss, Edwin C. "Military Operations On The St. Johns, September-October, 1862 (Part I)," Florida Historical Quarterly, 42:3 (January 1964 ), 232-248.

Bearss, Edwin C. "Military Operations On The St. Johns, September-October, 1862 (Part II)," Florida Historical Quarterly, 42:4 (April 1964 ),331-351.

Brown, Haines. "A brief history of the Timucua people of Northern Florida".

Brown, S. Paul. Book of Jacksonville: A History, Poughkeepsie, NY: A. V. Haight, 1895

Buker, George. Jacksonville: Riverport-Seaport (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1992).

Catholic Encyclopedia, "Timucua Indians, " Catholic Encyclopedia. 1907.

Chalmers, David. "The Ku Klux Klan in the Sunshine State: The 1920's ," Florida Historical Quarterly 42:3, 210-216.

"Civic Organizations, Public Officials And Individuals Joined In Fight For Four Lane Super Highway To The Beaches," Beach Boulevard Dedication Pamphlet.

Cohen,  Stan Cohen and DeNevi, Don with Richard Gay, They Came to Destroy America: The FBI Goes to War against Nazi Spies and Saboteurs before and during World War II ( Missoula, MT: Pictorial Histories, 2003).

Corse, Carita Doggett. Story of Jacksonville . 1935.

Council of Social Agencies, Jacksonville Looks At Its Negro Community. Jacksonville, May, 1946. 

Crooks, James B.  "An Introduction to the History of Jacksonville Race Relations," Address given to the JCCI Improving Race Relations study committee, October 30, 2001.

Crooks, James B. Jacksonville After The Fire, 1901-1919: A New South City. Jacksonville: University of North Florida, 1991.

Crooks, James B. Jacksonville: The Consolidation Story, From Civil Rights to the Jaguars. 2004., p. 150. See also Richard A. Martin, A Quiet Revolution:  The Consolidation of Jacksonville-Duval County and the Dynamics of Urban Political Reform. 1993. 

Crooks, James B. "Jacksonville Before Consolidation,” Florida Historical Quarterly, 77:2 (Fall, 1998).

Davis, T. Frederick. "Engagements at St. Johns Bluff St. Johns River, September-October, 1862," Florida Historical Quarterly, 15:2 , pp. 78-85.

Davis, T. Frederick. History of Jacksonville Florida and Vicinity 1513 to 1924 . Jacksonville, 1925.

Doggett, Frank A. Biography of B. B. McCormick Is History of the Beach, 1949.

Doherty, Herbert J. "Jacksonville As A Nineteenth-Century Railroad Center," Florida Historical Quarterly 58:4 (April, 1980 ), 374-387.

Emery, Glenn, editor. Jacksonvillestory.com

Fairlie, Margaret C.  “The Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1888 in Jacksonville,” Florida Historical Quarterly 19:2 ( October 1940 ), 96-109.

Florida Memory, Spanish Land Grants, Confirmed.

Florida, State of. Department. of Agriculture, The fifth census of the state of Florida taken in the year 1925: in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 6826, Laws of Florida, Acts of the Legislature of 1915. (Tallahassee: T. J. Appleyard, Inc., 1926.

Florida, State of. Department of Agriculture. The sixth census of the state of Florida, 1935: taken in accordance with the provisions of chapter 17269 Laws of Florida.  Winter Park, Orange Press, 1936.

Florida, Dept. of Agriculture, The seventh census of the state of Florida, 1945: taken in accordance with the provisions of chapter 22515 Laws of Florida, Act of Legislature of 1945. (Tallahassee, 1946)

Florida, State of, PALMM Project, Aerial Tiles from Flight 1C over Duval in 1943.

Florida, State of, PALMM Project, Aerial Photography Florida, Aerial Tiles (Duval, 1960 ), Flight 1AA.

Florida Formation Maps.

Florida Heritage. Web Site.

Florida Historical Quarterly.

Florida History Online.

Florida History Through Its Places

Floripedia. Web Site.

Floyd, Helen Cooper. In The Shadow Of The Lighthouse: A Folk History of Mayport, Florida. (Jacksonville, 1994).

Foley,  Bill. "Atlantic, Girvin Met on Road in 1910," Florida Times-Union, July 25, 1998.

__________. "A Typical Yankee to Thank for Road," Florida Times-Union, August 20, 1997.

__________.  "Disgust With Big-City Rat Race Gave the Beaches Life in the 1880s," Florida Times-Union, August 20, 1997.

__________. “Jacksonville Beach goes future modern, “ Florida Times-Union, August 13, 1999

__________. "Ilana, The Dreamers Resort That Never Was," Florida Times-Union, November 22, 1997.

__________.  “Millennium Moment: March 25, 1911, Times-Union, March 25, 1999.

__________. "Millennium Moment: June 2, 1920: Vexing vixen's shimmy shocks Pablo Beach," Florida Times-Union, June 2, 1999.

__________. "Millennium Moment: July 24, 1923: Possibilities for Pablo Beach were endless, " Florida Times-Union, July 24, 1999.

__________. "Millennium Moment: July 8, 1947, Two strikes knocked out Beaches consolidation," Florida Times-Union, July 8, 1999.

__________. “Neptune Was Born As A Buffer to Atlantic”, Florida Times-Union, June 21, 1997.

__________. The Jacksonville Story,” February 21, 1999.

__________. " Tough Decision: Boxing or Swimsuits?  "Florida Times-Union, June 3, 1998.

__________. "Trains A New Idea? Sure Back in 1916," Florida Times-Union, January 28, 1999.

Gannon, Michael. Florida, A Short History. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1993.

Garfield, Bob, " Top 100 Advertising Campaigns of the Century

Gauntier, Gene. "Blazing the Trail," Woman's Home Companion, Volume 55, Number 11, November 1928.

Gibson, Campbell and Jung, Kay. Historical Census Statistics On Population Totals By Race, 1790 to 1990, and By Hispanic Origin, 1970 to 1990, For Large Cities And Other Urban Places In The United States.

Gorman, M. Adele Francis. "Jean Ribault's Colonies in Florida," Florida Historical Quarterly 44:1 & 2. 

Guthrie, John J., Jr., "Hard Times, Hard Liquor, and Hard Luck: Selective Enforcement of Prohibition in North Florida, 1928-1933." Florida Historical Quarterly, 74:4. (April, 1994) p.435-452).

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. Army Life in a Black Regiment. Historical Text Archive.

Historical Data Concerning Florida.

Jacksonville, City of.  "Mayport Naval Station". 

Jacksonville Beaches Chamber of Commerce, The World’s Finest Beach, Pamphlet Advertisement, 1931.

Jacksonville Historical Society

Johnston, Sidney. The Historic Architectural Resources of the Beaches Area: A Study of Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach, and Neptune Beach, Florida. Jacksonville, FL: Environmental Services, Inc., July, 2003.

Koehl, Elaine B. The Ponte Vedra Club: The First Fifty-Five Years, 1927-1982. (Ponte Vedra: Ponte Vedra Club, 1982). 

Mabry, Donald J. "Cuba & Batista, 1952-59." Historical Text Archive.

__________. "Policy Towards Cuba, 1959-2004." Historical Text Archive.

__________. "Post WWII, 1945-52." Historical Text Archive.

__________. "Rock'n'Roll: The Beginnings," Historical Text Archive.

__________. "The Great Depression and Herbert Hoover," Historical Text Archive.

__________. "The Depression and the New Deal." Historical Text Archive

Mickler, Ernest.  White Trash Cooking. Berkeley: Ten Speed Press, 1986. 

Miller, Phillip Warren. Greater Jacksonville's Response to the Land Boom of the 1920s, MA thesis, University of North Florida, 1989.

New World in a State of Nature; British Plantations and Farms on the St. Johns River, East Florida, 1763-1784 .

Nicoletti, Kathy. “AME celebrates 100 Years at Beaches,” The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader (October 28, 2005).

Oesterreicher, Michel. Pioneer Family: Life on Florida's Twentieth-Century Frontier. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 1996.

Parkman, Francis. Huguenots in Florida: The Pioneers of France in the New World.

Piscitelli, Steve. “Donner Subdivision: The Rhythms of a Community,” Neighborhoods, Florida Times-Union, January/February, 2000, pp.33-35.

Prior, Leon O. ” Nazi Invasion of Florida!” Florida Historical Quarterly 49:2 ( October 1970 ),129-140.

Robbins, Susanna. “Keeping Things Cool: Air-Conditioning in the Modern World,” OAH Magazine of History, 18 (October, 2003.

Rothenberg, Randall. "The Advertising Century,"  

Rymer, Russ. American Beach: A Saga of Race, Wealth, and Memory. (NY: HarperCollins, 1998).

Sanborn Fire Insurance Company, San Pablo maps.

Shepherd, Rose. Interview of April 11, 1939 with Mrs. E. Scull, American Life Histories: Manuscripts from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1940. 

Simons, George W., Jr., Report for Jacksonville Beaches Chamber of Commerce, 1944.

Smith, Ed. Them Good Ole Days at Mayport and the Beaches. HTA Press edition, 2005.

Sollee, Arthur N. Official dedication program for Beach Boulevard and the B. B. McCormick Bridge. 1949. pamphlet.

St. Johns River Lighthouse. Web Site.

Stay Cool! Air Conditioning America.“ 

Sutton, John W. Papa's Memoirs. Jacksonville Beach, Privately Printed, 2005.

Taino-L, May 21, 2000

Timucua Ossachite

Timucua Times

U.S. Bureau of the Census, Population of the United States by Minor Civil Divisions. Washington, 1891.

U.S. Bureau of the Census, Report of the 15th Census, Florida 1930 ) (Washington: US Government Printing Office, 1931.

U.S. Bureau of the Census,  Florida census for 1940, reprinted by Agriculture Department, State of Florida. 1941.

U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Census of Population: 1960, Vol. 1. Florida (Washington, US Government Printing Office), 1961.

Ward, James Robertson. Old Hickory's Town: An Illustrated History of Jacksonville. (Jacksonville: Florida Publishing Company, 1982.

Webb, Wanton S.  “Duval County,” Webb's Historical, Industrial and Biographical Florida, Pt. I., 1885.

Weightman, Sharon.  "Cowford grew on the river's edge." Florida Times-Union. February, 1998.

Woodhouse, Johnny. " Doolittle Took Up Challenge After Coney Died," Times to Remember: A Calendar for 2005. The Beaches Leader, 2004.

Woodhouse, Johnny. “First Coaster at Beach Had Pedigree, “ Times to Remember: A calendar for 2004, Jacksonville Beach, FL: The Beaches Leader, 2003. 

World War I Service Cards, The Florida Memory Project. 


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