|LC Classifications||PS3521.R525 F5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||50013117|
Jon Kral has created a beautiful picture story of the life of the Florida "Cracker". Words are not necessary when the picures tell the story, Kral has insight into the life of the cowboy, and it is obvious that he loved every minute of photgraphing the men at work and at home. He put the book together with love of each and every › Books › Arts & Photography › Photography & Video. Excellent book for the history buff, provides a clear understanding of the Cracker culture in Florida. Just about everybody who lives in Florida has heard the term "Florida Cracker", but after reading this book I finally understand the background and development of this group of people and their › Books › History › Americas. Famous Florida Cracker Cookin' and Other Favorites is a cookbook and restaurant guide to Florida's best eateries. Here are the people, the scenery and the Florida back-country that has long been a secret to many. The restaurants and eateries selected were chosen for their Florida regional :// Poor Florida Cracker explores the effects of poverty-stricken southern li If you loved Dicey's Song by Cynthia Voight and Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor growing up, but wish there was something in their veins written for older audiences, this is the book for you!
My interest in Cracker as a culture, now sparked, I found Ste. Claire’s book to be both broad enough to not exclude the concept outside the borders of Florida, yet specific enough that I came away with a new understanding of a term not solely the pejorative I grew up with, but a A Florida cracker usually has a rural upbringing, either on a farm or in a small town with plenty of woods and water for hunting and fishing and land for planting. That's because a Florida cracker is often self sufficient. When modern civilization collapses, the Florida cracker will be hunting, fishing, trapping and growing his own :// University of Florida Sienna 12 x 16 Diploma with Double mat and Medallion - ONLINE ONLY. $ ADD TO BAG. University of Florida 54X84 Fleece Blanket. Logo Brands. $ ADD TO BAG. Church Hill Classics Masterpiece Diploma Frame. College of Engineering - ONLINE ONLY. $ ADD TO BAG True Florida Cracker. K likes. Born & raised in the Sunshine State? You're a True Florida Cracker. Show the world you're from where the mosquitos spend all their time planting sandspurs!
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