|flc_917.5979-w371_01||Map of Alachua County, 1883||text||Railroads|
Map of Alachua County, 1883
- Map of townships, railroads, county roads, and communities in Alachua and parts of the surrounding counties. The map is notable for its inclusion of a number of smaller railroads that were later absorbed into larger railroad networks. Shown on the map are the: Live Oak, Tampa & Charlotte Harbor Railroad, Florida Southern Railroad, Florida Transit Railroad, Peninsular Railroad, Green Cove Springs & Midland Railroad, and Green Cove Springs & Melrose Railroad. Printed facing page 6 of Charles Henry Webber's The Eden of the South, Descriptive of the Orange Groves, Vegetable Farms, Strawberry Fields, Peach Orchards, Soil, Climate, Natural Peculiarities, and the People of Alachua County Florida (New York, 1883).
|flc_917.59947-g465||In Paradise: A Trip to Chipola (Dead) Lakes, Florida, 1892||text||Chipola Lakes (Fla.) -- Description and travel|
Lakes--Florida--Gulf County--Dead Lakes
In Paradise: A Trip to Chipola (Dead) Lakes, Florida, 1892
- Pamphlet promoting Dead Lakes as a tourist attraction. Tourists could ride a steamer along the Chattahoochee River and stop at various towns along the way. The final destination was a two-week stay at the Lake View Hotel in Iola, Florida.
|s325_b002_f01_x04||Resettlement Re-Cap from the Cuban Refugee Center, December 1967||text||Refugees--Cuba|
Resettlement Re-Cap from the Cuban Refugee Center, December 1967
- A report from the Cuban Refugee Center in Miami for distribution to government agencies involved in the Cuban Refugee Assistance Program (CRA). The publication consists of human interest stories about the progress of resettlement efforts for Cuban refugees and highlights efforts at the local, state and federal levels to provide assistance to Cuban refugees. Refugees in Florida and elsewhere who participated in the CRA program also share their experiences.