Hidden History of Everglades City & Points Nearby by Maureen Sullivan-Hartung

By Maureen Sullivan-Hartung

This booklet is a suite of quirky and enjoyable tales in regards to the heritage of Everglades urban. Drawing from the author's time as a reporter for the Everglades urban Echo, this booklet will chronicle lesser-known tales in regards to the region. The publication discusses the unique pioneer households of Everglades urban, and the time whilst this urban used to be the governing middle of Collier County. It is going directly to chronicle colourful characters from the world, neighborhood landmarks, and the once a year Seafood pageant that attracts 20,000 humans to town each year.

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