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Travel Tuesday: Key West in History

Bahamian fishermen and wreckers built temporary camps in the Keys before the U.S. took over Florida, and Bahamians or “Conchs” were among the earliest settlers in Key West. The Bahamian heritage is commemorated in the Bahama Market in a neighborhood originally settled by Bahamians southwest of Whitehead Street. A sign over the entrance to Petronia  >> READ MORE

Poetry Monday: Orange Buds by Mail from Florida

Orange Buds by Mail from Florida A lesser proof than old Voltaire’s, yet greater, Proof of this present time, and thee, thy broad expanse, America, To my plain Northern hut, in outside clouds and snow, Brought safely for a thousand miles o’er land and tide, Some three days since on their own soil live-sprouting, Now  >> READ MORE

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