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The Outer Banks of North Carolina, 1584-1958
by David Stick, illustrated by Frank Stick (paperback reprint). Travel across nearly 400 years of Outer Banks history to learn about the colorful events and personalities that shaped this unique sea-lashed region.

Coastal North Carolina and the Outer Banks
published by Aerial Photography Service (paperback). The Outer Banks ù as seen from the air. Gain a new perspective on the region.

Place Names of the Outer Banks
by R. Payne (paperback). Duck. Kitty Hawk. Kill Devil Hills. Manteo. Ocracoke. Where in the world did these names come from? Author Payne tells the story of these and many more in this fascinating exploration of Outer Banks place names.

Hoi Toide on the Outer Banks : The Story of the Ocracoke Brogue
by Walt Wolfram & Natalie Schilling-Estes (paperback). This is a fascinating book, compelling to read even for those who are not students of language and dialect. Ocracoker ù the speech of the natives of Ocracoke Island, which was virtually isolated from mainland influence for years and years ù is highly distinctive in pronunciation, vocabulary and syntax. Thanks to the authors' work in researching Ocracoker, efforts are being made to preserve this unique ælanguageÆ and to celebrate the culture that produced it. A surprise bestseller!

Ocracoke Wild : A Naturalist's Year on an Outer Banks Island  
by Pat Garber (paperback). Thrust out into the sea, Ocracoke is a haunting place of stark beauty, home to plants and animals that have learned how to make peace with nature's wildest forces. The author recounts her year on the island and the insights she gained into the natural world of the Outer Banks.

The Nature of the Outer Banks : Environmental Processes, Field Sites, and Development Issues, Corolla to Ocracoke - You Save: $2.99 (20%)
by Dirk Frankenberg (paperback). This book contains vital research data and background information for environmentalists, developers, policy makers and anyone else concerned with issues affecting the future of the Outer Banks.

Seasoned by Salt : A Historical Album of the Outer Banks  
by Rodney Barfield (paperback). Relive the history of the Outer Banks through photographs and drawings of the people and places who helped give the region its distinctive flavor.

The Civil War on the Outer Banks : A History of the Late Rebellion Along the Coast of North Carolina
by Fred M. Mallison. Encyclopedic in its scope, this book draws on official records, contemporary newspaper reports, personal journals and other documents to tell the exciting and important ù but often ignored ù story of the War Between the States as fought along North Carolina's coast. From blockade running to skirmishes at sea, it's all here. A must for the student of North Carolina's Civil War era or for anyone desiring the complete story of the war along the coast.

The Flaming Ship of Ocracoke and Other Tales of the Outer Banks  
by Charles Harry Whedbee (hardcover). Strange and unexplained happenings mark these intriguing tales, mined from the legends in which the Outer Banks abound ù and all told in an engaging manner.

Legends of the Outer Banks and Tar Heel Tidewater  
by Charles Harry Whedbee (hardcover). More tales to excite the imagination, from the premier chronicler of Outer Banks folklore and legend.

Outer Banks Mysteries and Seaside Stories  
by Charles Harry Whedbee (hardcover). Do ghosts walk the sands of the Outer Banks? You'll believe that something mysterious haunts this storied region as you read these wonderfully intriguing tales. Lots of chills ù read it late at night at your own risk!

Outer Banks Tales to Remember  
by Charles Harry Whedbee (hardback). Nobody tells a good Outer Banks story like Whedbee, and he's back with yet another collection of exciting and mysterious tales.

Duck Tales Folk Tale and Anecdotes from Duck, a Fishing Village on the Outer Banks of North Carolina
by Ruth S. Tate (paperback). Read this book and fall in love with the oddly named town of Duck and its hardworking fisher folk. No collection of Outer Banks tales is complete without it.

Golfing the Carolina Grand Strand  
No golfer can resist the temptation of the more than 75 golf courses along the section of the Carolinas known as the Grand Strand. Offering a variety of challenging holes designed by Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye and others, this stretch of land is a paradise for pros and amateurs alike. This beautiful guide provides all the information golfers need to enjoy an endless variety of golf. Color photos.

1995 Mobil Travel Guide : Middle Atlantic : DE, DC, MD, NJ, NC, PA, SC, VA, WV  
Comprehensive, reliable, and trustworthy, these guides include full-color state, city, and highway maps, major-city restaurant listings by neighborhood, and historical background on cities and states, plus local events and attractions. Each volume includes $600 worth of carefully selected coupons to help readers save money on hotels, restaurants, and attractions.

North Carolina Barbecue : Flavored by Time  
Funny, insightful, and well-researched history of North Carolina's special contribution to barbecue. Delves into the importance of barbecue to the religious and political life of the state. Includes recipes and reviews of the state's most notable barbecue establishments.

The Insiders' Guide to North Carolina's Outer Banks (17th Ed)  
This comprehensive guide provides an extensive collection of restaurants, shops, attractions, events, gateways and much, much more. In addition to providing fascinating history and points of interest, it offers practical otherwise difficulty to find information on such things as medical services and real estate.

Coastal Carolina Cooking  
This unique cookbook features time-honored recipes that can't be found in popular cookbooks or on restaurant menus. The thirty-four Tar Heel cooks who provide these recipes describe more than just good food; they recount the heritage of the coast through anecdotes, tips and historical information.

Down the Road in the Carolinas : Daytrips and Weekend Vacations (Down the Road Series) 
This premiere travel guide is an entertaining, informative and value-filled book for all those adventurous souls who yearn to experience the best the Carolinas have to offer. It provides useful information about accommodations, dining and points of interest. It also includes valuable coupons good for attractions, golf and travel.

Coastal Fishing in the Carolinas: From Surf, Pier, and Jetty  
Information on fishing from the surf, piers, jetties, bridges, and groins of the North and South Carolina coasts. Includes information on tackle, casting techniques, baits, feeding habits and behavior of most sought-after fish.

Blackbeard's Cup and Stories of the Outer Banks  
Exciting tales from North Carolina's land of wind, fogs and crashing waves.

Best Beach Vacations : The Carolinas & Georgia (1996 Ed) 
Includes Ocracoke Island, Hatteras Island, Nags Head, Bear Island, Fort Fisher Beach, Sunset Beach, Fripp Island, Jekyll Island, St. Simons Island, Hilton Head, and many more.

50 Hikes in the Mountains of North Carolina (Fifty Hikes Series)
by Elizabeth W. Williams The authors of this guide have explored over 350 miles of trails throughout the mountains of their home state and have chosen 50 of their favorite day hikes, ranging in distance from 1 mile to over 15 miles. The hikes vary in difficulty from easy to challenging, so hikers of all ages, abilities, and ambitions will find something of appeal. Many trails are conveniently accessed from the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, and several are handicapped accessible.

Birds of the Carolinas  
This is a fine contribution to the ornithological literature of the Southeast, and is certainly one of the better books that combine color photography with a substantive text. It explores over 400 species native to the Carolinas in elaborate detail.

Hidden Carolinas (Hidden Series)  
by Stacy Ritz

Inshore Fishing : The Carolina Coast  
by Bob Newman

Discovering North Carolina : A Tar Heel Reader  
Fascinating true tales of the most interesting people and places in the history of the state.

A Treasury of Carolina Tales  
Written with humor and vigor, this book explores unusual, interesting and little-known stories of many people, both famous and not who were involved in the history of the Carolinas.

The Insider's Guide to North Carolina's Mountains (2nd Edition)
This complete travel guide provides specialized information about individual areas from shopping, daytrips and festivals to information about local legends, the Cherokee Reservation and waterfalls.

Touring the Backroads of North Carolina's Upper Coast (Touring the Backroads) 
This book and its companion volume for the lower North Carolina coast cover all 306 miles of the state's coastline. They tell the fascinating history behind the places that are visited by millions of tourists each year. Written to be used by the motorist or the armchair traveler, the book is enhanced by numerous photographs, maps and an extensive bibliography.

A Birder's Guide to Coastal North Carolina  
A popular destination for bird-watchers from across the country, the coastal region of North Carolina is a seasonal home to approximately 400 species of bird, some of which are found more easily here than anywhere else in the United States. Written for both casual and serious birders, the book features detailed site guides to the entire coastal region, including the Outer Banks.

South Carolina

Profits and Politics in Paradise : The Development of Hilton Head Island  
In the 1950s, Charles Fraser invented the modern American resort and retirement community with his developments at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Danielson (urban development, Princeton U.) explores the interplay of private power and public authority and the dilemma of growth in America's recreation-based communities, using Hilton Head as a case study. He submits that resorts such as Hilton Head face a predicament when expansion alters the attributes that attracted vacationers in the first place.

Charleston Hospitality
Featuring hundreds of recipes by chef instructors, alumni and students of Johnson & Wales University, the leading culinary and hospitality educator. Includes nutritional information, healthy hints, an in-depth glossary of culinary terms, and signature dishes from area restaurants.

Tales Along the Grand Strand of South Carolina  
There's a lot more to the Grand Strand than just sun and surf and Blanche Floyd tells you the whole story in her new book, "Tales along the Grand Strand." You'll read about the Ocean Forest Hotel, the wreck of the Freeda A. Wyley, the Gray Man of Pawleys Island and Hurricane Hugo ... just a few of the 34 tales in this must-have book. You've read Blanche's columns in The Sun News, now experience this in-depth look at Grand Strand history.

Charleston Receipts  
This rare collection of recipes is America's oldest existing Junior League cookbook, and it's still going strong. It reflects Charleston's 300-year history of Southern cooking at its best. No cookbook collection is complete without this second-generation classic. Inducted into the Walter S. McIlhenny Community Cookbook Hall of Fame with more than 650,000 sold!

Charleston Receipts Repeat  
Some things about life in Charleston do not change --gracious entertaining, lively arts and noble history. This collection of recipes celebrates the abundance of fresh seafood and game, garden-grown vegetables and succulent fruits while keeping efficiency in mind.

Two Hundred Years of Charleston Cooking  
Recipes gathered by Blanche S. Rhett and edited by Lettie Gay published by University of South Carolina Press. Traditional Charleston "receipts" that are especially valuable for tomato, rice and seafood recipes.

Charleston's Maritime Heritage, 1670-1865 : An Illustrated History
An exquisitely illustrated maritime history of the port of Charleston from British America and the Revolution through the War Between the States. New hardback. 314 pages.

Confederate Charleston : An Illustrated History of the City and the People During the Civil War  
This is a well illustrated history concerning the Cradle of Secession's illustrious Civil War experience

Doin' the Charleston : A Restaurant Guide and Cookbook
A guide to Charleston's finest restaurants and cookbook featuring the dishes that made them famous. The book also serves as a travel guide offering rich insights into the history and character of this fascinating city.

AAA : A Photo Journey to Central Florida  
Sized to fit in your glove compartment, these books give you the latest information available on lodging facilities, AAA discount rates, restaurants, attractions, background stories of cities and points of interest, even local temperature ranges. All lodgings and restaurants listed in the TourBooks are inspected by AAAÆs professional staff and rated on a range of one to five diamonds so you can pick the rating that meets your expectations.

Hoppin' John's Charleston, Beaufort & Savannah : Dining at Home in the Low Country  
John Martin Taylor offers a tempting display of homes and food with this sumptuous treasury of recipes and photographs. From shrimp Creole to black-eyed pea cakes, the unique flavors of southern cuisine are as old and treasured as the charming mansions of Charleston, Beaufort, and Savannah. 150 full-color photos.

Hoppin' John's Lowcountry Cooking : Recipes and Ruminations from Charleston & the Carolina Plain Coastal 
Lowcountry cooking is traditional and contemporary Southern cooking from Charleston and the Carolina coastline combined with a heavy ethnic culinary influence from France and the West Indies as well as local Geechee and Gullah black culture. The result is an unprecedented combination of flavors and ingredients, revealed here in 200 unusual recipes.

The Charleston, Savannah & Coastal Islands Book : A Complete Guide (2nd Ed)  
New reviews, revised information, and a fresh, inviting style make the new edition of his comprehensive guide essential to Lowcountry visitors and residents alike. æNo other book comes close to this one in quality.Æ--Travel & Leisure. 100 photos. 7 maps.

Adventure Guide to the Georgia & Carolina Coasts (1997 Ed.)  
Travelers to Georgia and the Carolina coasts will find history wherever they look. From forts and battlefields to antebellum homes and antique buildings, this guide offers a grand historic tour of the region, plus up-to-date information on festivals, shows, outdoor activities, cultural events, and much more. Maps & photos.

Adventuring Along the Southeast Coast : The Sierra Club Guide to the Low Country, Beaches, and Barrier Islands of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia 
The coastal regions of the Carolinas and Georgia feature an abundance of superb beaches, lagoons, barrier islands, estuaries, bays, sounds, marshes, forests, and more. Bowen focuses on recreational opportunities and the natural and political history of this region that draws some 20 million visitors annually. Photos. Maps.

Charleston, Savannah and Coastal Islands Book; A Complete Guide (Great Destinations Series)  
New reviews, revised information, and a fresh, inviting style make the new edition of his comprehensive guide essential to Lowcountry visitors and residents alike. æNo other book comes close to this one in quality.Æ--Travel & Leisure. 100 photos. 7 maps.

Frommer's Portable Charleston & Savannah (Frommer's Portable Guides)  
For the short-term traveler who insists on value, this brand-new series selects the very best in the world's premiere cities. Take Frommer's to historic Charleston and Savannah, where tourism is booming.

The Insiders Guide to Greater Charleston (The Insiders' Guide)  
This book explores the three counties which make up Greater Charleston or the Lowcountry. It shares inside information about each countyÆs accommodations, dining, shopping, entertainment, neighborhoods, etc. In order to provide a more realistic view of the area, this reference book also includes historical information as well.

Charleston Then and Now  
This black-and-white photo filled book is a photographic record of CharlestonÆs progress during the last century of its 300 year existence.

Insiders' Guide to Golf in the Carolinas  
Both recommendations for a variety of courses to suit every interest as well as information about other fun things to do in the nearby area can be found in this ultimate golfing guide. The authors of this comprehensive guide visited more than 730 miles of golf courses in order to provide accurate first-hand information.

The Majesty of Charleston  
This book provides a visual tour of many historical homes and buildings in the Charleston area, making it a gallery of fine architecture. Filled with over 220 color photos.

The Charleston, Savannah & Coastal Islands Book : A Complete Guide (2nd Ed)
New reviews, revised information, and a fresh, inviting style make the new edition of his comprehensive guide essential to Lowcountry visitors and residents alike. æNo other book comes close to this one in quality.Æ--Travel & Leisure. 100 photos. 7 maps.

Fodor's 97 the South (Fodor's Gold Guides)  
Including new short, medium and long itineraries, this 1997guide is loaded with great new features that make them even easier and more helpfulùnow they cater to travelers' schedules, as well as their interests. With sights listed alphabetically for quick reference, this guide features Civil War sites, plantations and a Midnight in the Garden tour.

Hilton Head Entertains  
If you can't visit the Island, buy this book. The menu titles invokes the image of this famous vacation paradise.

Charleston : People, Places, and Food  
by Jane Kronsberg

Hilton Head Guidebook  
by Rebecca Kauffman Crowley

25 Bicycle Tours in Coastal Georgia & the Carolina Low Country : Savannah, Hilton Head, and Outlying Areas  
by Jane G. Kahn

Golfing the Carolina Grand Strand  
No golfer can resist the temptation of the more than 75 golf courses along the section of the Carolinas known as the Grand Strand. Offering a variety of challenging holes designed by Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye and others, this stretch of land is a paradise for pros and amateurs alike. This beautiful guide provides all the information golfers need to enjoy an endless variety of golf. Color photos.

Tideland Treasure : The Naturalist's Guide to the Beaches and Salt Marshes of Hilton Head Island and the Southeastern Coast  
by Todd Ballantine

Charleston South Carolina : Sightseeing in 88 Pictures  
by Lisa Decristoforo Hoff

Charleston! Charleston! : The History of a Southern City  
by Walter J. Fraser

Charleston, a Golden Memory
by Charles Anderson

Fodor's Carolinas and the Georgia Coast, 1996: Savannah, Charleston, and the Beaches  
by Fodors Travel Pubns

The Plantation South : Atlanta to Savannah and Charleston (Touring North America)  
by Louis De Vorsey

A Short History of Charleston (Hardback)  
by Robert N. Rosen

A Short History of Charleston (Paperback)
by Robert N. Rosen

Charleston - Sc  
by J. Michael McLaughlin

Charleston Entertains : Season by Season
by Ann Copenhaver Cotton

Greetings from Charleston : A Pictorial Postcard History of Charleston, South Carolina
by Hugh, Jr. Harkey

The History and Archaeology of Kiawah Island, Charleston County, South Carolina/1993
by Michael Trinkley

Music, Menus & Magnolias : Charleston Shares Its Culture and Cuisine
by Charleston Symphony Orchestra

A Visitor's Guide to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand (Coastal Cities Guidebook Series)  
by Trip Dubard

The Insiders' Guide to South Carolina's Myrtle Beach & the Grand Strand
by Kimberly Duncan Altman

Nature Trails : (Events on Kiawah, a Barrier Island on the Carolina Coast)
by Bob Cowgill


Walt Disney World Unfolds
Walt Disney World Unfolds is the first and only map that gives a complete and detailed layout of America's favorite vacation spot. Fun, colorful, and easy-to-use, it contains three fabulous maps, covering the Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, and Disney-MGM Studios, each filled with detailed information on every attraction, plus a Walt Disney World transportation and resort map.

Orlando's Other Theme Parks : What to Do After You've Done Disney  
The first in-depth guide to the multitude of non-Disney attractions in the Orlando area which other guidebooks just don't have the space to cover. Orlando's OTHER Theme Parks reviews every non-Disney dinner attraction and will point you toward a wide variety of other things to do and see, from wilderness walks and canoe trails to spectator and participatory sports, the burgeoning arts scene, airboat and hot air balloon rides, roadside attractions, and much, much more.

Universal Studios Florida : A Great Day at the Movies  
Tipton, who knows Universal Studios inside and out, has written a guide that helps visitors plan a fun day that every member of the family can enjoy. Filled with hints designed to help readers avoid the pitfalls, the guide includes information on admission, parking, rides, attractions, and more.

The Mature Traveler's Guide to Walt Disney World : And Other Orlando Attractions  
There's a Disney guide for cheapskates, an official guide, a guide for traveling with children, a guide for honeymooners, etc. But mature travelers make up a large part of the Disney market. This guide focuses on entertainment at Walt Disney World for those age 50 and up.

Irreverent Guides : Walt Disney World (Frommer's Irreverent Guides)  
Take a look behind the hype, and get the inside scoop on what's really worth seeing at Disney World, and what's not.

Fodor's Walt Disney World for Adults : The Original Guide (Special-Interest Titles) 
This is the first guide written especially with adult travelers in mind. Not only is Walt Disney World the #1 tourist destination on earth, it's also the world's #1 honeymoon destination, the world's largest golf resort, and one of the busiest convention centers in the U.S. Well-organized, the guide is packed with insider tips, up-to-the-minute reviews of new attractions, and more.

Frommer's 2004 Walt Disney World & Orlando (Frommer's Complete City Guides) 
Packed with tips on saving money, minimizing time spent standing in line, planning an itinerary, and interior maps of each theme park, this popular guide to Walt Disney World and the surrounding attractions has been expanded with even more up-to-date coverage than previous editions. Includes a rating system for rides and other attractions.

Frommer's(r) Walt Disney World and Orlando 2003>
The former Frommer's Orlando keeps you up to the minute on all the latest developments at Disney World, EPCOT, Universal Studios, and other area attractions. The guide includes schematics of each park and tips on organizing travelers' time and choosing the best attractions for children of different ages. Color fold-out map included.

Fodor's 96 : Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Orlando (Fodor's Special-Interest Guides)  
First-time visitors to Walt Disney World are often bombarded with information. To help them zero in on what's really important, this best-selling guide features a brand-new, user-friendly æDisney-at-a-GlanceÆ section which includes information on what's new, what to expect, what to see, and what to skip. Includes valuable, money-saving coupons for area theme parks.

Fodor's 97 Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Orlando (Fodor's)  
Featuring a user-friendly Disney-at-a-Glance section, this best-selling guide includes topics, such as what's new and where to see it, getting the most for your dollars, rating the rides, tips for tots, parent getaways, Disney nights, and Disney-on-the-run (a cut-to-the-chase selection of blitz tours).

Fielding's Walt Disney World and Orlando Area Theme Parks : & Orlando Area Theme Parks (1996 Ed)  
America's number one vacation spot often has travelers bewildered--where to go, what to see? Dispel the confusion with this guide to Walt Disney World! Readers will learn how to make the most of their time and money, travel smarter, and enjoy themselves more. 80 photos, maps, 3-D tour guides.

Berlitz : Walt Disney World and Orlando (Berlitz Pocket Guides)
Designed for all types of English-speaking travelers--from students to business people--this world- renowned series is famous for providing more information than any traveler will ever need to know. With its unique combination of comprehensive coverage and convenient reference, each phrase book offers more than 1,200 phrases to fit any situation, handy travel information and more.

Birnbaum's Walt Disney World 2004: The Official Guide (Serial)
The only official guide to America's hottest tourist attraction, Birnbaum's is the only one with the latest, up-to-date information and insider tips from Disney. Covering all there is to do and see, this best-selling guide includes a complete guide to area accommodations, restaurants, information on beating the crowds, and much more. Color throughout.

The Insiders' Guide to Myrtle Beach & the Grand Strand (4th Ed)
This guide gives the vacationer a true insiders' view of the Grand Strand and Myrtle Beach from the perspective of those who live, work and play there. The handy guide is a cornucopia of information about shops, restaurants, nightlife, annual events, entertainment, attractions, ækids' stuffÆ, and much more! Perfect for day trips, weekends, summer vacations, or anyone just æpassing throughÆ with some hours to spend!

Fodor's Disney Like a Pro (Special Interest Titles)
A concise collection of tricks and tips, this is the definitive handbook on working the angles to avoid hassles, save money, and get the most out of a Central Florida vacation. Namey provides brutally honest reviews of every ride and attraction, including little-known details on how to get in the fastest line and where to sit for the best experience.

Birnbaum's Miami & Ft. Lauderdale 1997 (Serial)  
This guide begins with tips on how to plan and budget the trip. The Regional Overview details the best hotels and restaurants in every price range and provides information about the popular attractions, nightlife, beaches, golf courses, parks, and local events. Diversions uncovers little-known regional pleasures, and Directions provides the best driving and walking routes through each country or city.

Exploring Wild Central Florida : A Guide to Finding the Natural Areas and Wildlife of the Central Peninsula  
From New Smyrna and Crystal River in the north to Hobe Sound and Punta Gorda in the south, including Lake Okeechobee.

Florida Handbook : Where to Turn, Whom to Call in Southern & Central Florida 
by Margo Ginsburg

The Cheapskate's Unauthorized Guide to Walt Disney World : Time-Saving Techniques and the Best Values in Lodging, Food, and Shopping  
by Michael D. Lewis

Daytrips Florida : 50 One Day Adventures from Miami, Orlando, St. Petersburg, Jacksonville, and Pensacola  
by Blair Howard

Disney World & Orlando Theme Parks : Your Passport to Great Travel! (2nd Ed)  
by Jay Fenster

The Insiders' Guide to Golf in the Carolinas  
by Mitch Willard

The Florida One Day Trip Book : 52 Off Beat Excursions in and Around Orlando 
by Edward Hayes

Fodor's 95 : Walt Disney World and the Orlando Area/the Complete Guide to All the Magic 
by Chelsea Mauldin

Essential Orlando and Walt Disney World (The Essential Travel Guide)  
by Lindsay Hunt

Visitor's Guide : Orlando & Central Florida (Visitor's Guides)  
by Don Philpott

Florida's Gold Coast Business and Employers' Directory : Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami
by Silver Reede

Ft. Lauderdale Atlas
by Trakker Maps

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