The following item appeared in the St. Paul Daily Globe on March 5, 1885: At the Lake de Funiak, Fla., ministerial convention, the subject of the lecture delivered by REV. N. M. WOODS of Charlotte, N.C., was “The American Sabbath–Shall We Allow It to Perish?” It is not the AmericanContinue reading
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Gulf Coast (all rail) Route
The advertisement below is from The American Angler, January 24, 1885, page 63. The Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad ceased to exist and was incorporated into the Louisville & Nashville Railroad in July 1885. Gulf Coast (all rail) Route The Pensacola, Fla. (Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad). The only route from theContinue reading
Houses for the Gulf States
From The American Architect and Building News, April 5, 1884, page 165 HOUSES OR THE GULF STATES. LAKE DE FUNIAK, FLORIDA, March 21, 1884. TO THE EDITORS OF THE AMERICAN ARCHITECT:– Dears Sirs,–As yet the South has developed no artistic style of architecture suited to its climate, but has copiedContinue reading
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