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A Land Remembered

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This edition published in by Pineapple Press, Inc. in Sarasota, Florida.

Written in English

403 pages

Here are three generations of the MacIvey family, from dirt-poor Crackers to wealthy real estate tycoons, in an epic portrayal of the American pioneer will to survive against all odds. Here is the sweeping story of the land, how at first bare survival is scratched from it and then how it is exploited far beyond human need. Here is a rich, rugged history of Florida’s pioneer spirit and natural world.

Winner of the Florida Historical Society’s Tebeau Prize as the Most Outstanding Florida Historical Novel.

Chosen as the title for the One Community One Book program for many counties in Florida in 2003-2004.

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Work Description

Here are three generations of the MacIvey family, from dirt-poor Crackers to wealthy real estate tycoons, in an epic portrayal of the American pioneer will to survive against all odds. Here is the sweeping story of the land, how at first bare survival is scratched from it and then how it is exploited far beyond human need. Here is a rich, rugged history of Florida’s pioneer spirit and natural world.

Winner of the Florida Historical Society’s Tebeau Prize as the Most Outstanding Florida Historical Novel.

Chosen as the title for the One Community One Book program for many counties in Florida in 2003-2004.

Edition Description

Here are three generations of the MacIvey family, from dirt-poor Crackers to wealthy real estate tycoons, in an epic portrayal of the American pioneer will to survive against all odds. Here is the sweeping story of the land, how at first bare survival is scratched from it and then how it is exploited far beyond human need. Here is a rich, rugged history of Florida’s pioneer spirit and natural world.

Winner of the Florida Historical Society’s Tebeau Prize as the Most Outstanding Florida Historical Novel.

Chosen as the title for the One Community One Book program for many counties in Florida in 2003-2004.

Edition Notes

Map on lining paper.

Genre
Fiction.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
813/.54
Library of Congress
PS3569.M53785 L3 1984

The Physical Object

Pagination
403 p. :
Number of pages
403

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL2849854M
Internet Archive
landremembered00smit
ISBN 10
0910923124
ISBN 13
0910923125
LC Control Number
84012098
Library Thing
217471
Goodreads
5987286

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