Florida at Sea: A Maritime History
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The History Press, 2023.
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9781439677858

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Joe Knetsch., Joe Knetsch|AUTHOR., & Robert J. Redd|AUTHOR. (2023). Florida at Sea: A Maritime History . The History Press.

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Joe Knetsch, Joe Knetsch|AUTHOR and Robert J. Redd|AUTHOR. 2023. Florida At Sea: A Maritime History. The History Press.

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Joe Knetsch, Joe Knetsch|AUTHOR and Robert J. Redd|AUTHOR. Florida At Sea: A Maritime History The History Press, 2023.

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Joe Knetsch, Joe Knetsch|AUTHOR, and Robert J. Redd|AUTHOR. Florida At Sea: A Maritime History The History Press, 2023.

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