A Secret History of the Ollie, Volume 1: The 1970s

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9781930287006: A Secret History of the Ollie, Volume 1: The 1970s

"This is the story of the Ollie and the skaters who used it to start a revolution." Over 1200 images and photos help illustrate the birth of modern skateboarding, the development of the first aerials in skating and surfing, and the emergence of skate culture. Published by BLACK SALT PRESS; Full color, 912 pages; List: $60.00. For more info, visit the Ollie Book website.
* BEST IN CATEGORY: General Trade Illustrated: 58th Annual New England Book Show, Boston
* TOP 10 PHOTOBOOKS, Mother Jones Magazine, Jan. 2016
* GOLD MEDAL: Foreword Reviews' IndieFab Book of the Year, ALA, June 2016
* GOLD MEDAL: IP Awards, BEA, Chicago, 2016
* GOLD MEDAL: President's Book Awards, FAPA, 2015

"Everyone thinks they know the skateboarding's history but what they really know is a series of half-facts compounded by hype and amnesia. This book will rewrite skateboarding history as we know it." - Betsy Gordon, curator of "Ramp It Up," Smithsonian Institution

"It sheds a very bright light on a revolutionary time in skateboarding." - Thrasher magazine

"It is beyond anything that has ever been published before." - Michael Brooke, publisher of Concrete Wave Magazine

"This will be the reference point for all other '70s-era skate histories going forward." - Eastern Surf Magazine

"Craig Snyder's work is much more than a secret history of the Ollie. It is a first-rate account of skateboarding. Set against the backdrop of the sun-drenched coastal towns of Southern California and South Florida of the 1970s, this book transports readers to the era in which the acrobatics of today's X Games were born." -- H. Michael Gelfand, James Madison University

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