Finishing work is being done (27 Sep 1917)

Finishing work is being done on the Coast Steamship Company’s 190-foot steamer Maple in Jacksonville. (27 Sep 1917)

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The county commissioners grant F (25 Sep 1917)

The county commissioners grant F. C. B. LeGro permission to build 2 islands [Palm & Hibiscus] west of the Ocean Beach Realty Company’s island in the bay. (25 Sep 1917)

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The 4-masted schooner Goldfield a (19 Sep 1917)

The 4-masted schooner Goldfield, a supply ship for German submarines, goes aground on a reef off Dry Tortugas. A government tug and officers float the abandoned schooner and bring it to Fort Taylor in Key West. (19 Sep 1917)

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The new steamer Maple will (17 Sep 1917)

The new steamer Maple will ply the Miami – Jacksonville route as soon as it arrives. (17 Sep 1917)

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W Comfort is supervising the (13 Sep 1917)

W. Comfort is supervising the digging of a canal to reclaim thousands of acres of his land. [Many details.] (13 Sep 1917)

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Lemon City and Fulford residents (10 Sep 1917)

Lemon City and Fulford residents dispute with the Tatums over roads and parks for the peninsula. (10 Sep 1917)

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The Belgian relief steamer Elizabeth (7 Sep 1917)

The Belgian relief steamer Elizabeth Belgie, ashore on Western Dry Rocks near Key West, is floated and brought to the Island City. (7 Sep 1917)

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