Tales from the Oldest City: St. Augustine

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Abstract

In this collection of short stories and poems centered around people and places in St. Augustine, readers can experience the vibrant, rich life and history of the Ancient City in each story or poem.

Local locations visited or mentioned include, but are not limited to St. George Street, Aviles Street, Cordova Street, one of the St. Johns County Public libraries, Castillo de San Marcos, the Old Jail, Plaza de la Constitucion, the St. Johns River, and Trout Creek Fish Camp.

Identifier

PS3603 .R53 T35 2003

Access Rights

This item is part of the Circulating Collection and can be checked out with a valid Flagler ID. Non-Flagler affiliates will need to request this book through their local library's Inter-Library Loan program.

Creator

Contributor

Jennifer Ricker, cover designer

Title

Tales from the Oldest City: St. Augustine

Publisher

Jacksonville, FL: OCRS, Inc.

Date

Format

Paperback book

Language

English

Audience

Subject

Historical
Short Stories, Vignettes, or Poetry

Coverage

1st Spanish Period
Fort Mose
Statehood to 1887
1912-1975
Civil Rights Period

Has Format

Available for free on Internet Archive.

Has Version

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Bibliographic Citation

Cribbs, Randy. Tales from the Oldest City: St. Augustine. Jacksonville, FL: OCRS, Inc., 2003.

Citation

Randy Cribbs, “Tales from the Oldest City: St. Augustine,” St. Augustine Fiction, accessed July 24, 2024, https://staugustinefiction.omeka.net/items/show/200.

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