WCHS to feature Robert Buccellato, author of Florida Governors: Lasting Legacies.
Wakulla County Historical Society Second Tuesday Program
February 10, 7:00 PM, Wakulla County Public Library
The Wakulla County Historical Society’s February 10 program features Robert Buccellato, author of a new book entitled Florida Governors: Lasting Legacies. This 128 page book with 194 photographs will be released by Arcadia Publishing on February 2. “Florida has a rich and diverse history, with a wealth of exciting events and colorful characters that form a brilliant narrative for any lover of history,” Buccellato said. Highlights of this book include a foreword by Governor Wayne Mixon, new insights into forgotten figures of Florida’s past, and 200 years of Florida history covered in one book. The Historical Society will have these books available for sale at the February 10 meeting and in the Old Jail Gift Shop in the WCHS Museum & Archives.
Robert Buccellato, 28, is a noted historian of the Florida governorship and the authorized biographer of Governor Wayne Mixon. His second book on the Life and Politics of Florida’s 39th Governor will be released by The History Press in August 2015. He is a graduate of Florida State University and lives in Crawfordville with his wife Stephanie.
Wayne Mixon served as lieutenant governor during the Bob Graham administration and became Florida’s 39th governor in January 1987 when Graham stepped down to take his seat in the United States Senate. Mixon served as governor for three days until Bob Martinez’s inauguration.
For more information contact the Wakulla County Historical Society Museum & Archives, located at 24 High Drive in Crawfordville, at 850-926-1110 or email@example.com. Business Hours are Thursday/Friday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM and Saturday from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.