Tales of St. Augustine

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Abstract

**Warning: Some of the language or characterizations in this book are the product of the time when this book was written, and are no longer considered acceptable.**

Short stories set in St. Augustine.

Local locations visited or mentioned include, but are not limited to the Hotel Ponce de Leon, the Alcazar Hotel, the Cathedral Basilica, the Post Office (Governor's House Cultural Center and Museum), the Castillo de San Marcos, the Plaza de la Constitucion, King Street, Charlotte Street, the sea wall, Lincolnville, and Anastasia Island.

Title

Tales of St. Augustine

Alternative Title

Among the Palms

Publisher

1st edition:
[Cambridge, MA: W.H. Wheeler]

2nd edition:
New York: J.F. Taylor and Co.

Date

Language

English

Audience

Subject

Christian
Didactic
Romance
Short stories, Vignettes, or Poetry

Coverage

Statehood to 1887
Flagler Era

Has Format

1st edition:
Available for free on HathiTrust. [1st ed: Tales of St. Augustine]

2nd edition:
Available for free on HathiTrust. [2nd ed: Among the Palms]

References

Gardner, Janette C. An Annotated Bibliography of Florida Fiction, 1801-1980. St. Petersburg, FL: Little Bayou Press, 1983.

Mason, Walter Scott. The People of Florida as Portrayed in American Fiction. Nashville, TN: George Peabody College for Teachers, 1949.

McCarthy, Kevin. M. The Book Lover’s Guide to Florida. 1st ed. Sarasota, FL: Pineapple Press, 1992.

McCarthy, Kevin. M. “Historical St. Augustine in Fiction.” El Escribano 15 (1978): 61-69.

Bibliographic Citation

1st edition:
Smith, [Nina Larrey]. Tales of St. Augustine. [Cambridge, MA: W.H. Wheeler], 1891.

2nd edition:
Duryea, Nina Larrey. Among the Palms. New York: J.F. Taylor and Co., 1903.

Citation

Nina Larre Smith Duryea, “Tales of St. Augustine,” St. Augustine Fiction, accessed July 18, 2024, https://staugustinefiction.omeka.net/items/show/106.

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