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Lemon City

Author : Elaine Meryl Brown
ISBN : 034551257X
Genre : Fiction
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In this wry fiction debut, Elaine Meryl Brown plunges lucky readers into a gripping narrative of small-town hijinks and big-time hearts. Rule Number One: Never marry an Outsider. If you do, the boll weevil will bite you back. Rule Number Two: If you can’t be honest, you might as well be dead. Nestled in the foothills of Virginia’s Blue Ridge mountains, Lemon City has ten rules, all designed in the best interests of its tight-knit black community. Granddaddy Dunlap knows all too well what can happen to folks who venture beyond Lemon City’s protective borders. He once had to venture outside town to identify his best friend’s body. So when his firebrand granddaughter Faye, returns from college married to an Outsider, he must act fast to keep her in Lemon City’s safe embrace. It proves to be a challenge–and not just because the patriarch is distracted by the tensions arising from the heated tomato-growing contest for the annual county fair. Faye’s new husband, Harry, is a slick talker with a roving eye. Faye sees him as her ticket to New York City, where she hopes to fulfill big business dreams, but even the best-laid plans can be thwarted, as Faye discovers that marriage itself isn’t much of a honeymoon. No matter. She packs her bags, fully prepared to head north with or without her husband, when Harry turns up dead. Now the Dunlap family is trying to figure out–before the Thanksgiving turkey gets cold–who did the deed. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Lemon City

Author : Thelma Peters
ISBN : STANFORD:36105036866635
Genre : History
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Lemon City Pioneering On Biscayne Bay 1850 1925

Author : Thelma Peters
ISBN : OCLC:49633024
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The Nautilus

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ISBN : UOM:39015037687509
Genre : Mollusks
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Pamphlets On Biology

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ISBN : UCAL:B3069446
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Transactions Of The Kansas Academy Of Science

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ISBN : UIUC:30112059574407
Genre : Science
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Bulletin

Author : U.S. Department of Agriculture. Division of Chemistry (Washington).
ISBN : UIUC:30112051005715
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Bulletin

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ISBN : UCAL:B3348392
Genre : Agricultural chemistry
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Quarterly Bulletin Of The Department Of Agriculture

Author : Florida. Dept. of Agriculture
ISBN : UCAL:B3904880
Genre : Agriculture
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Florida Railroads In The 1920s

Author : Gregg Turner
ISBN : 0738542326
Genre : History
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Florida's railroads emerged in the 1830s amid Native American upheaval and territorial colonization. Many periods of development marked this fascinating heritage, but one era towers above the rest: the 1920s. It was then that Florida experienced a colossal land boom, one of the greatest migration and building stories in American history. People poured into the state as never before, real estate traded hands at breakneck speed, and the landscape added countless new homes, hotels, apartments, and commercial buildings. Florida's biggest railroads--the Atlantic Coast Line, Seaboard Air Line, and Florida East Coast--were unprepared for the tidal wave of traffic. Thus, the "Big Three" had to rapidly expand and increase capacity. Dozens of projects unfolded at great cost, by one estimate over $100 million. When the building frenzy ended, the railway map of the state stood at its greatest extent--some 5,700 miles. Further, the frequency of railway service within and to the Sunshine State reached an unprecedented level, never again to be repeated.

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