Vessels in Jacksonville news: The (30 May 1922)

Vessels in Jacksonville news: The schooners Marion N. Cobb and Perceler; steamers Sundance and Siamese Prince; yacht Florence and tug Three Friends. (30 May 1922)

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The Model Land Company lets (24 May 1922)

The Model Land Company lets a contract to take the Cape Sable road from East Cape to Middle Cape. (24 May 1922)

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The boat Tamiami returns with (19 May 1922)

The boat Tamiami returns with Captain Thompson’s fish after exhibiting it in many cities. The fish is now owned by the Deep Sea Mystery Company. (19 May 1922)

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The American steamship Janelew is (19 May 1922)

The American steamship Janelew is disabled 20 miles east of Alligator Reef. The USCG cutter Tallapoosa and wrecking tug Willet from Key West go to assist. (19 May 1922)

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Miami’s first oil well is (18 May 1922)

Miami’s first oil well is spudded a few miles west of Coconut Grove on Bird Road. (18 May 1922)

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Miami Chamber of Commerce desires (15 May 1922)

Miami Chamber of Commerce desires U.S. control of the inland waterway instead of control by Florida Canal & Transportation. (15 May 1922)

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