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Hamilton North PL - Cicero Main Branch 923.c Graham, Thomas (Text) 78294000269661 Adult Non-Fiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 9780813049373 (alk. paper)
  • Physical Description: 583 pages : illustrations, map, portraits ; 24 cm

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 557-563) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Dr. Anderson of St. Augustine, 1839-1880 -- Visions of the ancient city, 1869-1880 -- The private Henry Morrison Flagler, 1830-1883 -- Coming to Florida, 1883-1885 -- Architects Carrere and Hastings, 1885 -- Remaking the oldest city, 1885 -- First, buy the railroad, 1885-1886 -- Construction of the Ponce de Leon, 1885-1887 -- Transforming St. Augustine, 1887 -- Electricity, water, and final touches, 1887 -- Opening day, 1888 -- Upstairs and downstairs, 1888-1890 -- Memorial Church, 1890 -- Hotel life in paradise, 1891 -- The season in St. Augustine, 1892-1893 -- After the ball is over, 1893-1895 -- On to Miami, 1896-1897 -- Into Caribbean waters, 1897-1899 -- Modern times, 1900-1902 -- The challenge of Key West, 1903-1906 -- Returning to St. Augustine, 1906-1911 -- Final days, 1912-1913.
Summary, etc.:
Written for the average reader in plenty of time for the celebration of the founding of St. Augustine, Graham explores St. Augustine as Henry Flagler, the railroad baron who created Florida's East Coast tourism, saw it and built it.
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.) > History.
Flagler, Henry Morrison, 1830-1913.
Florida > History.

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