Chincoteague Island: A History of Local Business by James W. Carpenter. Carpenter wrote the book to show the wealth of businesses that have called this small Island home over the years. According to the author, over 132 types of businesses have existed on the Island from the 1800's to now.
Clam Shells and Camilias, A Primer for Perennial Gardens on Chincoteague Island and Beyond by local gardener Kristin Lyle. The book is a great resource for both beginning and experienced local gardeners, with plenty of tips on creating a successful perennial garden and great photos of Island gardens. One section includes an inventory of plants that grow successfully in Island conditions with plenty of pictures so you can see the plant in real life.
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