Remembering Jacksonville: By the Wayside

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As longtime residents and newcomers alike can agree, Jacksonville holds within its city limits wonderful places to grow, play and contemplate the beauty of north Florida. This entertaining collection of Dorothy Fletcher's "By the Wayside" columns will help you remember what it was like to see the world and Jacksonville with a sense of wonder and enthusiasm. From Marineland to the Soul Searchers to Peterson's 5 & 10, Remembering Jacksonville captures this coastal community's glory days, including fond recollections from local citizens who responded to the original columns.
ISBN: 9781596297814
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Florida
Series: American Chronicles
Images: 65
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
After thirty-five years of teaching English in Jacksonville, Florida, Dorothy K. Fletcher began enjoying life as a writer. For almost four years, she wrote "By the Wayside," a nostalgia column for the Florida Times-Union. This culminated in her book Remembering Jacksonville: By the Wayside. She continues to freelance even as she travels with her husband, Hardy, plays with her grandchildren and tutors at her old elementary school.
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