Melvil Decimal System: 975.938
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Biography and History
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Mexico, Central America, And The Caribbean
South Central U.S.
West Coast U.S.
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Works under MDS 975.938
- Paradise Screwed: Selected Columns of Carl Hiaasen by Carl Hiaasen
- Fool's Paradise: Players, Poseurs, and the Culture of Excess in South Beach by Steven Gaines
- Miami Babylon: Crime, Wealth, and Power--A Dispatch from the Beach by Gerald Posner
- Miami Then and Now (Then & Now) by Arva Moore Parks
- Miami Beach: Blueprint of an Eden by Michele Oka Doner
- The Big One: Hurricane Andrew by Steve Rice
- Miami, U.S.A. (The Florida History and Culture Series) by Helen Muir
- South Beach: America's Riviera, Miami Beach, Florida by Bill Wisser
- Katrina Revisited by Express Publishing
- The Lives of Vizcaya: Annals of a Great House by K. Harwood
- Miami by Santi Visalli
- My Love Affair With Miami Beach by Richard Nagler
- Miami Beach Memories: A Nostalgic Chronicle of Days Gone By by Joann Biondi
- Hurricane!: The Rage of Hurricane Andrew (True Adventure) by Patricia Lantier-Sampon
- Lemon City: Pioneering on Biscayne Bay, 1850-1925 by Thelma Peters
- Miami: City of the Future, Revised Edition by T. D. Allman
- Coral Gables by Seth H. Bramson
- Saving South Beach (Florida History and Culture) by M. Barron Stofik
- A Nicaraguan Family (Journey Between Two Worlds) by Michael Malone
- Key Biscayne: A History of Miami's Tropical Island and the Cape Florida Lighthouse by Joan Gill Blank
- George Merrick, Son of the South Wind: Visionary Creator of Coral Gables by Arva Moore Parks
- Miami Beach (FL) (Images of America) by Seth Bramson
- Cuban Miami by Robert M. Levine
- Miami: A Backward Glance by Muriel V. Murrell
- Miami The Magic City, FL (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing)) by Seth H. Bramson
- Miami: Then and Now by Carolyn Klepser
- Biscayne country, 1870-1926 by Thelma Peters
- From Sandbar to Sophistication: The Story of Sunny Isles Beach by Seth H. Bramson
- The Curtiss-Bright Cities: Hialeah, Miami Springs & Opa Locka by Seth H. Bramson
- Miami, the American Crossroad: A Centennial Journey, 1896-1996 by Arva Moore Parks
- Miami Beach by Gary Monroe
- Miami: The Magic City by Ana Veciana-Suarez
- South Beach: Faces and Facades by Iris Garnett Chase
- Miami 1909 : with excerpts from Fannie Clemons' diary by Thelma Peters
- L'Chaim!:: The History of the Jewish Community of Greater Miami by Seth H. Bramson
- Boulevard of Dreams: A Pictorial History of El Portal, Biscayne Park, Miami Shores and North Miami by Seth Bramson
- 33154: The Story of Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands, Indian Creek Village and Surfside by Seth H. Bramson
- A Journey Through Time: A Pictorial History of South Dade by Paul S. George
- Miami: Sophisticated Tropics by Morton Beebe
- Miami millions; the dance of the dollars in the great Florida land boom of 1925 by J. Kenneth Ballinger
- Miami, donde el tiempo se detuvo: Revelaciones de Luis Ortega (Politica) (Spanish Edition) by Luis Baez
- South Beach Perspectives by Douglas Congdon-Martin
- Cuban-Jewish Journeys: Searching for Identity, Home, and History in Miami by Caroline Bettinger-Lopez
- La ira de los vientos : el huracán Andrew by Roman Lyskowski
- Coming to Miami: A Social History (Sunbelt Studies) by Melanie Shell-Weiss
- Cool Spots Miami / South Beach (Cool Spots) by Patrice Farameh
- Coconut Grove (FL) (Images of America) by Arva Moore Parks
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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