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Surfing Florida : a photographic history
by Paul Aho
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is a visual history of how the Sunshine State carved out a place for itself on the map of surfing meccas.
“A historical surf safari around the coast of Florida.”—Bill Whiddon, founding member, Miami Surf Archive Project
“A compendium of Florida surf stoke!”—Steve Pezman, cofounder, The Surfer’s Journal
“This book is done right. It shows what Florida surfing is all about, from the first surfers in the Sunshine State to the people making waves today.”—Tom Dugan, publisher, Eastern Surf Magazine
“An impressively detailed pictorial and written history of Florida’s surfing and surf culture.”—Cecil Lear, cofounder, Eastern Surfing Association
“Never before has someone compiled such an extensive resource on Florida’s rich and colorful surfing heritage. Incredible photographs accompany the complete story, from the early legends of surfing to today’s explosive professional industry. A fun, informative look into one of the world’s most interesting sports.”—Mitch Kaufmann, director, Northeast Florida District of the Eastern Surfing Association
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This book offers a lively and well-researched visual history of Florida surfing--its origins, its people and personalities, its innovations, its deep influence on the sport's international reach.
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