3 edition of Ghost towns of Florida found in the catalog.
Ghost towns of Florida
James R. Warnke
|Statement||by James R. Warnke. Maps and photos by the author.|
|LC Classifications||F313 .W33|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||70161938|
Ghost Towns of Florida. James R. Warnke. Star Publishing Company, - Extinct abandoned Acron Apalachee Arcadia Boynton Beach budding town buildings buried cemetery Charlotte Harbor Chekika church coast Conant county seat deserted DeSoto County destroyed early east Egmont Everglades exploring Flor gang ghost town graveyard GREEN. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable ced material may be challenged and removed. This is an incomplete list of ghost towns in the United States.
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Ghost Towns of West FloridaArchaeological Survey Uncovers Vanished Settlements By Faith Eidse Time took a village in West Florida, a successful mill town with stores, boarding houses, a hotel, a school and two churches – Baptist and Methodist. So solid were the values of this town that at one time its one-room school sent more graduates to college than any. Ghosts Towns of the West is filled with photographs, maps, history, and detailed directions to find the best ghost towns to linger in the wake of the Old West. Ghost Towns of the West blazes a trail through the dusty crossroads and mossy cemeteries of the American West, including one-time boomtowns in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico,/5.
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Florida Pines and Phosphates, Bricks and Baptists: Frank Bacon Publishing: Franklin Camp Bacon. Warnke takes the reader on adventures to ghost towns located all over the state, provides background history, and some black and white photos. The book was written about 45 years ago so I'm sure a lot has changed and the sights described in the book cannot be visited anymore, or at least in the condition that they had been in in the early 70s/5(3).
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Ghost towns of Florida. Boynton Beach, Fla., Star Pub.  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James R Warnke; Jay I. It is the site of several ghost towns, including the old pirate “town” of CASTORTOWN (SEE above) and FORT DADE, an old military post.
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Most people think of ghost towns as creepy reminders of our mortality, but some would say these ghost towns in Florida are more interesting than scary. Either way, these remnants of our past are a great way to explore Florida’s fascinating history.
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Over black-and-white photos fill this volume - in some cases the pictures are all that remain of the towns, in other cases the towns have been /5.
Florida ghost towns are not the only eastern state that has ghost towns. My first TV series was "Ghost Towns of the East” Florida Ghost Towns Below are a few of the old towns. Have fun searching for them. Bay County Cook is located approximately 4 1/2 miles east of Springfield.
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