1 edition of John Sewell"s memoirs and history of Miami, Florida found in the catalog.
John Sewell"s memoirs and history of Miami, Florida
by Printed, lithographed and engraved by The Franklin Press in Miami
Written in English
|Other titles||Memoirs and history of Miami, Florida|
|Contributions||Jay I. Kislak Reference Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||F316 .S49 1933|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||236,  p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||2011658978|
By the s, Miami Beach had become America's most fashionable destination. Even the Great Depression couldn't slow its growth, with hotels and homes sprouting up . The Florida Legislature approved the charter, and on J , the Town of South Miami ceased to exist and the City of South Miami was born. The early s signaled the beginning of what was probably the most turbulent and uncertain period in South Miami's history.
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John Sewell (J in Georgia – December 1, in Miami, Florida) was the third Mayor of Miami. John Sewell was born in in Elbert County, Georgia, and moved with his parents to Florida when he was 19 yearsworking for Henry Flagler, served as foreman and Florida book for the Florida East Coast Railway during the construction of the line from Jacksonville to Born: JElbert County, Georgia.
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He is buried in the Miami City Cemetery. References. University of Miami website KiB) Sewell, John. John Sewell's Memoirs and History of Miami, Florida.
(No place): (No publisher), (No date). But self-published in Miami in Mayor of Miami, Florida from November to November Wrote the book John Sewell's Memoirs and History of Miami, Florida @ He once said Julia Tuttle gave the land, and Henry Flagler the money but I started Miami.
John and his brother Ev arrived in Miami on March 8, Inscription on headstone: HIS. "Sponsored by a grant from Professional Savings Bank of Miami in cooperation with the Historical Association of Southern Florida"--Title page verso. Based on: John Sewell's memoirs and history of Miami, Florida.
Includes appendices. Includes index. Description: xix, pages: illustrations, portraits ; 29 cm: Other Titles. The first permanent European settlers in the Miami area arrived around Pedro Fornells, a Menorcan survivor of the New Smyrna colony, moved to Key Biscayne to meet the terms of his Royal Grant for the island.
Although he returned with his family to St. Augustine after six months, he left a caretaker behind on the island. On a trip to the island inFornells had noted the presence of. On Mathe first store in downtown Miami was opened by John and E.G.
Sewell. The store was located on 12 th Street which was renamed Flagler Street in The Sewell brothers had hoped to be the first to open a store in the newly incorporated City of Miami, but delays in finishing 12 th street also delayed the opening of their store.
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