If you're fascinated with history and the capitol city, you'll want to find a new book on shelves this fall. It's called 'Tallahassee, A Picture Book Chronicling the City's Transitions from Post Civil War to the 21st Century.'
The paperback is filled with over 190 pictures highlighting Tallahassee's treasures. It's a product of arcadia publishing, but the true mastermind is Erik Robinson.
The museum curator worked long and hard compiling all the stories that have made Tallahassee come to life. "I get a lot of satisfaction knowing history is coming out. We all remember so many things but so few of us write it down or take a picture," said Robinson.
Now, Robinson is sharing his writings and pictures with you. His first published book Tallahassee can be found at any large bookstore in town.
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