Every Florida Book Project

Gulf Coast History

Cedar Key

Disaster at Dawn: The Cedar Keys Hurricane of 1896

Alvin F. Oickle

Cedar Keys During the Closing Years of Spanish West Florida

Jack David Lazarus Holmes

The Town That Refused to Die: Cedar Key, Florida

Harry J LaCava

Cedar Key, Florida: A History

Kevin McCarthy

Off The Beaten Path:

The History of Cedar Key, Florida, 1843-1990

Jesse Walter Dees

Tampa Bay

River of the Golden Ibis: Tracing the Hillsborough River's Origins to Prehistoric Times

Gloria Jahoda

Tampa Before the Civil War

 Canter Brown

Family Records of the African American Pioneers of Tampa and Hillsborough County

Canter Brown & Barbara Gray Brown

St. Petersburg and the Florida Dream, 1888-1950

Raymond Arsenault

Politics and Growth in Twentieth-Century Tampa

Robert Kerstein

Southern Discomfort:

Women's Activism in Tampa, 1880s - 1920s

Nancy A. Hewitt

The World's First Airline: The St. Petersburg-Tampa Airboat Line

Gay Blair White

Tampa Cigar Workers: A Pictoral History

Robert Ingalls & Louis A. Perez, Jr.

Urban Vigilantes in the New South: Tampa, 1882-1936

Robert Ingalls

Politics and Growth in Twentieth-Century Tampa

Robert Kerstein

Tampa Town, 1824-1886;: The Cracker Village With a Latin Accent

Anthony P Pizzo

Tampa Bay History (Journal)


In 2007, the Tampa Bay History Center and its partners at USF’s Florida Studies Center relaunched Tampa Bay History, a regional history journal. This book was originally published twice a year, beginning in 1979, by the History Department at the University of South Florida (USF), Tampa campus.


The annual journal appears simultaneously in print format and as an open-access electronic publication.


Circus Days in Sarasota & Venice

Kim Cool

Sarasota: A History

Jeff LaHurd

Quintessential Sarasota: Stories And Pictures From The 1920s To The 1950s

Jeff LaHurd

Sarasota: 1940-2005

Amy A. Elder

Hidden History of Sarasota

Jeff LaHurd

Gulf Coast Chronicles: Remembering Sarasota's Past

Jeff LaHurd