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High pressure mail order lot sales programs were the founding principles of many modern Florida communities.
Florida fish camps and Mom & Pop motels are quite often a piece of Old Florida on the back roads.
Stuart, Florida is on the Treasure Coast on the Atlantic coast. Along with its neighbor, Port Salerno, it is a fishing and boating paradise.
Florida Back Roads Travel site map shows all of the website pages so you can find your way around.
Port Salerno Florida is a historic fishing village south of Stuart. It is on the protected waters of Manatee Pocket, a natural hurricane hole.
Hundreds of towns and cities in Florida, from tiny to large, history, shopping, dining, maps, and more.
"A Land Remembered" is a bestseller by Patrick Smith that tells the story of three generations of the MacIveys.
Florida vintage road maps are an interesting way to track the changes in this fast growing state.
Florida history from early Native Americans to World War Two and the post war boom.
Many Florida historic hotels have been upgraded and renovated. Have fun staying in lodging that is on the National Register of Historic Places