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To Live And Die In Dixie
by James Lockler View author's profile page

Overview


Historical timeline of Dixie County, Florida with stories from community members.

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Description


'To Live and Die in Dixie' is a collection of historical facts spanning 200 years that focuses on the beautiful state of Florida and the community of Dixie County.  It includes hundreds of photos, historical advertisements and personal stories from community members.
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About the author


James Lockler was born and raised in Dixie County, Florida.  His family lived in the area long before it was established in 1921. A few of his family surnames include Barber, McClain, Holland, Lockler (Locklear), Land, Lowe, Ware (Wear), Cameron, Cothron and Hunt.

While researching his family tree in his early twenties, James fell in love with history, especially the history of his hometown community of Dixie County. He enjoyed sharing the information and photos that he discovered throughout his research journey with everyone. James used that same passion to record and preserve history of the community he loves dearly.

After receiving a lot of encouragement and input from family and friends, James decided to write an historical timeline book titled, ‘’To Live and Die in Dixie’’.  Unfortunately, while trying to complete and publish the book, James was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.  While the illness did significantly sideline him, James was determined to release the book as a love letter to the past, present and future residents of Dixie County.

James hopes you enjoy reading the book and are inspired to research your own family tree and expand on his research.


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Book details

Genre:HISTORY

Subgenre:United States / State & Local / South (AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV)

Language:English

Pages:104

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781098365875


Overview


Historical timeline of Dixie County, Florida with stories from community members.

Read more

Description


'To Live and Die in Dixie' is a collection of historical facts spanning 200 years that focuses on the beautiful state of Florida and the community of Dixie County.  It includes hundreds of photos, historical advertisements and personal stories from community members.

Read more

About the author


James Lockler was born and raised in Dixie County, Florida.  His family lived in the area long before it was established in 1921. A few of his family surnames include Barber, McClain, Holland, Lockler (Locklear), Land, Lowe, Ware (Wear), Cameron, Cothron and Hunt.

While researching his family tree in his early twenties, James fell in love with history, especially the history of his hometown community of Dixie County. He enjoyed sharing the information and photos that he discovered throughout his research journey with everyone. James used that same passion to record and preserve history of the community he loves dearly.

After receiving a lot of encouragement and input from family and friends, James decided to write an historical timeline book titled, ‘’To Live and Die in Dixie’’.  Unfortunately, while trying to complete and publish the book, James was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.  While the illness did significantly sideline him, James was determined to release the book as a love letter to the past, present and future residents of Dixie County.

James hopes you enjoy reading the book and are inspired to research your own family tree and expand on his research.


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