Walking St. Augustine: An Illustrated Guide and Pocket History to America's Oldest City (A Florida Quincentennial Book)
|Rating||:||4.98 (584 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||240 Pages|
Augustine fuses illustrated history and intimate handbook. The author, Elsbeth “Buff” Gordon, one of the city’s most highly regarded historians, is also a resident and offers insider tips for exciting adventures. Gordon suggests visiting the Colonial Quarter Living History Museum, and for those looking to venture beyond walking distance, the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park, Anastasia Island, and Fort Mose, the nation’s first legally free black settlement. Walking St. With this vibrantly rendered, easy-to-use
"Superb. Tells the fascinating histories behind particular buildings as" according to JMattern. Superb. Tells the fascinating histories behind particular buildings as well as the old City as a whole. -- Phil Mattern. Mom"Good self-walking tour guide" according to Mom2Nikki. Very useful guide for my first trip to St. Augustine. Nice for a self-guided walking tour.. Nikki said Good self-walking tour guide. Very useful guide for my first trip to St. Augustine. Nice for a self-guided walking tour.. Highly Recommended! Amazon Customer I love St. Augstine and I loved this book. You can tell that a lot of work went into researching, designing, and publishing this book. I highly recommend it! St. Augustine has an incredible history and this book does a terrific job of presenting it.
Augustine brings to life five centuries of the city’s past.A welcome addition to the lexicon of volumes, large and small, that aid those wishing to delve more deeply into St. Augustine Record. Augustine’s past.”—St. “Through descriptive prose, pictures, photos and maps, Walking St