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Miccosukee Indians Martha Willie and great granddaughter Lucretia Jim - at Sam Willie's camp, Florida

Over photographs digitized photographs from the State Library and Archives of Florida, the Florida Photographic Collection is the most complete online portrait of Florida available

William Curry, Florida’s first millionaire, built his Key West home in 1869. It is owned by Edith Amsterdam and is now a bed and breakfast inn. Curry Mansion Inn.

Key West bed and breakfast features 149 years of history and elegance

"Nineteenth-century South Florida pioneers (from left) Margaretta M. Pierce, husband Hannibal Dillingham Pierce, Andrew W. Garnett, James “Ed” Hamilton, Lillie E. Pierce and Charles W. Pierce. Charles Pierce was one of Palm Beach County’s earliest settlers, and his memoir on early life in the region was edited by recently deceased FAU historian Donald Curl. (Photo courtesy of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County)".

"Nineteenth-century South Florida pioneers (from left) Margaretta M. Pierce, husband Hannibal Dillingham Pierce, Andrew W. Garnett, James “Ed” Hamilton, Lillie E. Pierce and Charles W. Pierce. Charles Pierce was one of Palm Beach County’s earliest settlers, and his memoir on early life in the region was edited by recently deceased FAU historian Donald Curl. (Photo courtesy of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County)".

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