Melvil Decimal System: 975.96
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Works under MDS 975.96
- Heart of a Wife: The Diary of a Southern Jewish Woman by Helen Jacobus Apte
- The immigrant world of Ybor City : Italians and their Latin neighbors in Tampa, 1885-1985 by Dr. Gary R. Mormino
- Fort Meade, 1849-1900 by Canter Brown Jr
- Harney Flats: A Florida Paleo-Indian Site by I. Randolph Daniel
- Ybor City Chronicles: A Memoir by Ferdie Pacheco
- Yesteryear I Lived in Paradise: The Story of Caladesi Island by Myrtle Scharrer Betz
- Sarasota: A Sentimental Journey In VintageImages by Jeff Lahurd
- The Historic Places of Pasco County by James J. Horgan
- Tampa Before the Civil War (Tampa Bay History Center Reference Library Series, No. 8) by Canter Brown
- The Immgrant World of Ybor City: Italians and Their Latin Neighbors in Tampa, 1885-1985 (Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Centennial Series) by Gary R. Mormino
- Pinellas County (Images of America) by A. M. De Quesada, Jr.
- Full Steam Ahead! by Albert Parry
- Disaster at Dawn: The Cedar Keys Hurricane of 1896 by Alvin F. Oickle
- Tampa Bay's Beaches by R. Wayne Ayers
- Tampa the Treasure City by Anthony Pizzo
- Quintessential Sarasota: Stories And Pictures From The 1920s To The 1950s by Jeff Lahurd
- Sarasota (FL) (Images of America) by Amy A. Elder
- St. Petersburg's Historic 22nd Street South by Jon Wilson
- Yesterday's Bradenton, Including Manatee County by Arthur C. Schofield
- West Pasco's Heritage by West Pasco Historical Society.,
- Plant City, its origin and history by Quintilla Geer Bruton
- The Ybor City story, 1885-1954 by José. Rivero Muñiz
- Skin and bones : the management of people and natural resources in Shellcracker Haven, Florida by Jane Gibson
- IMMIGRANT WORLD OF YBOR (Statue of Liberty Ellis Island) by Gary Mormino
- Plant City (FL) (Images of America) by The East Hillsborough Historical Society
- Gulf Coast Chronicles: Remembering Sarasota's Past by Jeff Lahurd
- Venice (Florida) Through the Years: A Pictorial History by Prudy Taylor Board
- Gulfport (FL) (Images of America) by Lynne S. Brown
- St. Petersburg's Historic African American Neighborhoods by Rosalie Peck
- Remembering Plant City: Tales from the Winter Strawberry Capital of the World by Gilbert Gott
- Citrus, Sawmills, Critters and Crackers: Life in Early Lutz and Central Pasco County by Elizabeth Riegler Macmanus
- Ybor City by A. M. DeQuesada
- Remembering St. Petersburg, Florida: Sunshine City Stories by Scott Taylor Hartzell
- Things Remembered: An Album of African Americans in Tampa by Rowena Ferrell Brady
- Venice in the 1920s (FL) (Images of America) by Gregg M. Turner
- Around Palm Harbor (FL) (Images of America) by Winona Jones
- Sarasota & Bradenton (FL) (Postcard History) by Bonnie Wilpon
- Clearwater, a pictorial history: Dunedin, Ozona, Palm Harbor, Oldsmar, Safety Harbor, Largo by Michael Sanders
- Sarasota: A History by Jeff Lahurd
- A Guide to Historic Tampa by Steve Rajtar
- Hidden History of Sarasota (FL) (American Chronicles) by Jeff Lahurd
- Venice: Journey from Horse and Chaise by Janet S. Matthews
- Remembering St. Petersburg, Florida vol. 2: More Sunshine City Stories by Scott Taylor Hartzell
- Florida's Pinellas Peninsula by June Hurley Young
- Histories of the Jewish People of Pinellas County, Florida, 1883-2005, Hebrew Dates 5643-5766 by Herman Koren
- Tampa: A Pictorial History by Hampton Dunn
- St. Petersburg Florida, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater & Beyond by Chelle Koster Walton
- It's No Bull!: The true story of the taming of northeast Pinellas County by Arthur F. Olds
- Memory paintings of an Alabama farm: The art and remembrances of Jessie DuBose Rhoads, Alabama folk artist by Jessie DuBose Rhoads
- Pinellas Resources Report of Workshop In Resources Education
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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