Text Materials of Central Florida

Authors

Kena Fries

Description

Council Oak pg. 1 Orlando, The Name pg. 3 The True Pioneers pg. 7 Life in the Forties pg. 9 Cotton, Corn, Cane and Cattle pg. 13 The First Great Day in the History of Orlando pg. 16 The Mizelle Family pg. 17 The Original Town pg. 18 In Dixie Land I'll Take My Stand pg. 20 The Burning of the Court House and Jail pg. 22 First Dramatic Entertainment pg. 24 The King (Cotton) is Dead. Long Live the King (Citrus) pg. 27 The Second Great Day in the History of Orlando pg. 29 Court House Removal pg. 30 The Wheels of Progress Begin to Turn pg. 34 New Business Ventures in the Early Eighties pg. 36 The Third Great Day in the History of Orlando pg. 41 Land Values pg. 42 Streets pg. 44 Lakes pg. 48 Libraries, Newspapers, Advertisements, Writers pg. 49 Hospitals, Doctors and Old Time Cures pg. 54 Schoos pg. 61 School Life in the Early Eighties pg. 64 Music, Drama pg. 70 First Art pg. 74 First "Ice Cream Supper" pg. 77 When Seminole Billy First Tasted Ice Cream pg. 79 First Automobiles in Orlando pg. 81 The Weather pg. 83 -"Green Things Agrowing" pg. 88 -"Sperits, Ghoses, Hants" pg. 92 First Telephones pg. 95 When John Weeks Solved the Mystery of the Slum Gully Pot pg. 99 The Big White Pill and the Old Umbrella Handle pg. 102 John Otto Fries pg. 105

Subjects

Orlando (Fla.) -- History.; Livestock -- Florida -- Orlando.; Industries -- Florida -- Orlando.; Landscape -- Florida -- Orlando.; Citrus fruit industry -- Florida -- Orlando.; Weather -- Florida -- Orlando.

Date Issued

1938

Publisher

Florida Press, Inc.

Description-TOC

Council Oak pg. 1 Orlando, The Name pg. 3 The True Pioneers pg. 7 Life in the Forties pg. 9 Cotton, Corn, Cane and Cattle pg. 13 The First Great Day in the History of Orlando pg. 16 The Mizelle Family pg. 17 The Original Town pg. 18 In Dixie Land I'll Take My Stand pg. 20 The Burning of the Court House and Jail pg. 22 First Dramatic Entertainment pg. 24 The King (Cotton) is Dead. Long Live the King (Citrus) pg. 27 The Second Great Day in the History of Orlando pg. 29 Court House Removal pg. 30 The Wheels of Progress Begin to Turn pg. 34 New Business Ventures in the Early Eighties pg. 36 The Third Great Day in the History of Orlando pg. 41 Land Values pg. 42 Streets pg. 44 Lakes pg. 48 Libraries, Newspapers, Advertisements, Writers pg. 49 Hospitals, Doctors and Old Time Cures pg. 54 Schoos pg. 61 School Life in the Early Eighties pg. 64 Music, Drama pg. 70 First Art pg. 74 First "Ice Cream Supper" pg. 77 When Seminole Billy First Tasted Ice Cream pg. 79 First Automobiles in Orlando pg. 81 The Weather pg. 83 -"Green Things Agrowing" pg. 88 -"Sperits, Ghoses, Hants" pg. 92 First Telephones pg. 95 When John Weeks Solved the Mystery of the Slum Gully Pot pg. 99 The Big White Pill and the Old Umbrella Handle pg. 102 John Otto Fries pg. 105

Format

Monograph

Size

23 x 16 cm.

Call Number / ID #

975.9241 F

Repository

Orange County Library System

Type

Monographs; Still image; Text

Language

English

Coverage-Spatial

Orlando (Fla.)

Coverage-Temporal

19th century; 20th century

Rights Statement

All rights to images are held by the respective holding institution. This image is posted publicly for non-profit educational uses, excluding printed publication. To purchase copies of images and/or for copyright information contact the respective holding institution.

Digital Publisher

Electronically reproduced by the Digital Services unit of the University of Central Florida Libraries, Orlando, 2006.

Digital Reproduction Specifications

This image was derived from an uncompressed TIFF image scanned at a minimum of 400 dpi.

CFM Storyline

Citrus

Material Type

Book

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