Table of contents for Remembering Lee County, Florida : where winter spends the summer / Prudy Taylor Board.

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Table of Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Plucky Pioneers, Newspapers Take Root in Southwest Florida: 1884 ¿ 1916
Southwest Florida Marches Forward in War and Peace: 1917¿1949
The Boom That Didn't Go Bust: 1950¿1984
How Summerlin Road Got Its Name ¿ 1821
Punta Rassa: Once Capitol of Cow Country, Now of Condos ¿ 1838
Fort Myers: Lee County's Historic County Seat ¿ 1841
The Sanibel Light: A Beacon for Mariners ¿ 1884
St. James City and a Once Grand Hotel ¿ 1885
A Devastating Fire that Formed Lee County ¿ 1886
And There Was Light in Lee County ¿ 1887
Useppa: Home to Pirates and the Privileged ¿ 1895
The Boulevard Paved With Bones ¿ 1913
The Night They Tore the Courthouse Down ¿ 1914
Children of a Cult ¿ 1920
A Haven for History ¿ 1924
Iona Schoolhouse: Once the Heart of Its Community ¿ 1924
Tice Elementary: Second to None in the State ¿ 1927
Tamiami Trailblazing - 1928
Cape Coral: Water Wonderland ¿ 1957
Sanibel: "We Call It Paradise" ¿ 1974
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Lee County (Fla.) -- History.
Lee County (Fla.) -- History -- Anecdotes.
Lee County (Fla.) -- History, Local.
Lee County (Fla.) -- Biography.