Houses tell the human side of history. In this survey of restored residences, their stories are intertwined with those of their owners in a domestic history of Florida from the days of Spanish occupation to the Rawlings House in Cross Creek, Vizcaya in Miami, and President Harry S. Trumans “Little White House” in Key West. Most of these houses are museums now; others are restaurants or bed-and-breakfasts. This new edition is updated and illustrated with color photographs.
apalachicola|apopka|banyan house|beadel house|bebary|bed and breakfasts|bellevue|bradlee-mcintyre house|bristol|ca d’zan|cabbage key|cabbage key inn and restaurant|casa de solana|charles lavalle house|cigar worker’s houses|clifford house|cocoa|cracker houses|cross creek|daytona beach|debary hall|deland|deland house museum|dorr house|dudley farm|e. p. porcher house|eden house|eden state gardens|edison winter estate|ellenton|estero|eustis|fernandez-llambias house|Florida|Florida heritage|ford winter estate|forest capital state park|fort george island|Fort Myers|gainesville|gamble place|gamble plantation|goodwood museum and gardens|greogry house|guptill house|haile homestead|herlong mansion|historic homes of florida|jacksonville|julee cottage|kanapaha plantation|kingsley plantation|knott house museum|koreshan settlement|laura stewart|leu house|Local|longwood|maclay house|maclay state gardens|maitland|mary mcleod bethune house|matheson house|micanopy|museums|newberry|Ocala|orlando|orman house|ormond beach|osprey|pena-peck house|Pensacola|perry|point washington|port orange|raintree restaurant|rawlings house|restaurants|restored homes|sarasota|Second Edition|seven sisters inn|St. Augustine|susanne hupp|tallahassee|tampa|the captain and the cowboy|the casements|the columns|the oldest house|thurston house|torreya state park|Venice|victorian house|waterhouse residenec|westcott house|ximenez-fatio house