Men of Valor: A History of Firefighting in Jacksonville, Florida 1886-1986 (Google eBook)
Bluefish Books, 2006 - 108 pages
John Cowart's Men of Valor traces the history of Jacksonville, Florida, my hometown, from the viewpoint of how many times the place has burned down. While the book touches on politics within the Fire Department, it focuses on the bravery and heroic deeds of firefighters who save lives and property daily.
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