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Groveland (Images of America) - Bloodsworth, Doris
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[EAN: 9780738567518], [PU: Arcadia Publishing], This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Title: Groveland gets a book of its own Author: Laura Kubitz Publisher: Daily Commercial Date: 6/21/09 It was the request of a dying friend. Marilyn Gammon Smith wanted to start a historical museum for the city of Groveland. In March 2006 she went to Groveland City Hall with the idea and generated some interest in the project. But soon after that she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer, which claimed her life just a year later. Smith's wish was for someone to take over the founding of the museum. She wanted a place where the history of her beloved city could be recorded before it was lost forever. The Historical Society in Groveland founded the museum, but local Pulitzer-finalist Doris Bloodsworth, who is also a member of the society, wanted to do something more. When Bloodsworth went to the local library in Groveland, she realized there was no book dedicated to the history of the city. She contacted Arcadia Publishing and inquired about the possibility of putting together a pictorial book on the history of Groveland. They quickly accepted. Bloodsworth decided to write "Groveland" as part of a fundraising campaign for the Groveland Historical Museum. "Groveland" contains 128 pages and more than 200 vintage photos depicting the history of the quaint Central Florida city. To get the photos and information for the book, Bloodsworth searched through records at the State Archives in Tallahassee, Lake County Historical Society in Tavares and the Tampa Public Library. Residents of Groveland who had deep roots in the city also donated photos. A lot of the families who gave materials had never opened up their photos to people outside of their families. "I don't know how you exactly describe it, but when people come together for a cause, there is something that lifts us up as human beings," Bloodsworth said. "The hand of God was on this project." There are eight chapters in "Groveland" about varying topics that cumulatively tell the city's history. When asked which section she liked the best, Bloodsworth said, "It's like picking a favorite child; they are all my favorite." The Groveland Historical Museum now contains the photos and information featured in the book. "It's like taking the museum with you," Bloodsworth said about her book. It was important for Bloodsworth to get the book published before the Fourth of July. The holiday has always been one of Groveland's biggest celebrations, but the date also has historical significance for the town. This Fourth of July will be the two-year anniversary of the opening of the Groveland Historical Museum. The city council in Groveland is also participating in "One Book, One Community" in July. Next month, everyone in Groveland will be encouraged to read "Groveland," the official book of the event. The idea behind "One Book, One Community" is to promote literacy as well as a sense of collectiveness throughout the city. Bloodsworth hopes that when people read the book, they will think about their own families and record their own history. In the words of Bloodsworth's old friend, Smith: "You can't forget where you started."

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[EAN: 9780738567518], Neubuch, [PU: Arcadia Publishing], Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Title: Groveland gets a book of its own Author: Laura Kubitz Publisher: Daily Commercial Date: 6/21/09 It was the request of a dying friend. Marilyn Gammon Smith wanted to start a historical museum for the city of Groveland. In March 2006 she went to Groveland City Hall with the idea and generated some interest in the project. But soon after that she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer, which claimed her life just a year later. Smith's wish was for someone to take over the founding of the museum. She wanted a place where the history of her beloved city could be recorded before it was lost forever. The Historical Society in Groveland founded the museum, but local Pulitzer-finalist Doris Bloodsworth, who is also a member of the society, wanted to do something more. When Bloodsworth went to the local library in Groveland, she realized there was no book dedicated to the history of the city. She contacted Arcadia Publishing and inquired about the possibility of putting together a pictorial book on the history of Groveland. They quickly accepted. Bloodsworth decided to write "Groveland" as part of a fundraising campaign for the Groveland Historical Museum. "Groveland" contains 128 pages and more than 200 vintage photos depicting the history of the quaint Central Florida city. To get the photos and information for the book, Bloodsworth searched through records at the State Archives in Tallahassee, Lake County Historical Society in Tavares and the Tampa Public Library. Residents of Groveland who had deep roots in the city also donated photos. A lot of the families who gave materials had never opened up their photos to people outside of their families. "I don't know how you exactly describe it, but when people come together for a cause, there is something that lifts us up as human beings," Bloodsworth said. "The hand of God was on this project." There are eight chapters in "Groveland" about varying topics that cumulatively tell the city's history. When asked which section she liked the best, Bloodsworth said, "It's like picking a favorite child; they are all my favorite." The Groveland Historical Museum now contains the photos and information featured in the book. "It's like taking the museum with you," Bloodsworth said about her book. It was important for Bloodsworth to get the book published before the Fourth of July. The holiday has always been one of Groveland's biggest celebrations, but the date also has historical significance for the town. This Fourth of July will be the two-year anniversary of the opening of the Groveland Historical Museum. The city council in Groveland is also participating in "One Book, One Community" in July. Next month, everyone in Groveland will be encouraged to read "Groveland," the official book of the event. The idea behind "One Book, One Community" is to promote literacy as well as a sense of collectiveness throughout the city. Bloodsworth hopes that when people read the book, they will think about their own families and record their own history. In the words of Bloodsworth's old friend, Smith: "You can't forget where you started."

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Carved from the longleaf pine forests of central Florida, the city of Groveland was built by generations of hardworking men and women. Originally named Taylorville, the town was incorporated in 1922 and was blessed with visionaries such as founder Daniel Sloan, father and son entrepreneurs E.E. and L.D. Edge, and the Arnold family, among others. Their dreams, mixed with those of mill workers, farmers, orange pickers, preachers, and teachers, created a town with boundless community pride. Carved from the longleaf pine forests of central Florida, the city of Groveland was built by generations of hardworking men and women. Originally named Taylorville, the town was incorporated in 1922 and was blessed with visionaries such as founder Daniel Sloan, father and son entrepreneurs E.E. and L.D. Edge, and the Arnold family, among others. Their dreams, mixed with those of mill workers, farmers, orange pickers, preachers, and teachers, created a town with boundless community pride. Groveland was home to the largest sawmill in the Southeast and the most successful football program of any high school its size in the state. It was also the birthplace of the Florida Telephone Company. Images of America: Groveland pays affectionate tribute to the people and events that inspired the history of Groveland and its neighboring communities. Books, History~~United States~~General, Groveland-Florida~~Doris-Bloodsworth, 1442249, Groveland, Florida (Images of America Series), Doris Bloodsworth, 0738567515, Arcadia Publishing SC, , , , , Arcadia Publishing SC

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Carved from the longleaf pine forests of central Florida, the city of Groveland was built by generations of hardworking men and women. Originally named Taylorville, the town was incorporated in 1922 and was blessed with visionaries such as founder Daniel Sloan, father and son entrepreneurs E. E. and L. D. Edge, and the Arnold family, among others. Their dreams, mixed with those of mill workers, farmers, orange pickers, preachers, and teachers, created a town with boundless community pride. Groveland was home to the largest sawmill in the Southeast and the most successful football program of any high school its size in the state. It was also the birthplace of the Florida Telephone Company. Images of America: Groveland pays affectionate tribute to the people and events that inspired the history of Groveland and its neighboring communities. Books Books ~~ History~~ United States ~~ General Groveland-Florida~~Doris-Bloodsworth Arcadia Publishing SC

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ARCADIA PUB (SC)], Carved from the longleaf pine forests of central Florida, the city of Groveland was built by generations of hardworking men and women. Originally named Taylorville, the town was incorporated in 1922 and was blessed with visionaries such as founder Daniel Sloan, father and son entrepreneurs E. E. and L. D. Edge, and the Arnold family, among others. Their dreams, mixed with those of mill workers, farmers, orange pickers, preachers, and teachers, created a town with boundless community pride. Groveland was home to the largest sawmill in the Southeast and the most successful football program of any high school its size in the state. It was also the birthplace of the Florida Telephone Company. Images of America: Groveland pays affectionate tribute to the people and events that inspired the history of Groveland and its neighboring communities.Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780738567518
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0738567515
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2009
Editeur: ARCADIA PUB (SC)
127 Pages
Poids: 0,318 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780738567518

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