5 edition of Death in the Everglades found in the catalog.
Tells the story of Guy Bradley, a reformed plume hunter in the frontier town of Flamingo, who was hired in 1902 as game warden of Monroe County and three years later was killed while trying to enforce the unpopular anti-poaching law.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 179-182) and index.
|Statement||Stuart B. McIver ; foreword by Raymond Arsenault and Gary R. Mormino|
|Series||The Florida history and culture series|
|LC Classifications||GE56.B73 M35 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 187 p. :|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||2003054080|
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This book offered an environmental perspective on the history of early Florida. I thoroughly enjoyed Death in the Everglades and can honestly admit that I learned a lot about the near total devastation of the Florida bird population in the 's by the plume hunters/5.
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Moving to Miami as a young woman to work for The Miami Herald, she became a freelance writer, producing over one hundred short Born: Marjory Stoneman, April 7.
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John Ashley (Ma or – November 1, ) was an American outlaw, bank robber, bootlegger, and occasional pirate active in southern Florida during the s and s. Between andthe self-styled "King of the Everglades" or "Swamp Bandit" operated from various hideouts in the Florida gang robbed nearly $1 million from at least Nationality: American.
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Please. The Everglades was once reviled as a liquid wasteland, and Americans dreamed of draining it. Now it is revered as a national treasure, and Americans have launched the largest environmental project in history to try to save Swamp is /5(12). Both were caught up with by law enforcement agents separately - Toole in April for arson in Jacksonville, and Lucas two months later for the killing of an year-old woman - but both told the story that they were members of a cannibalistic cult based in the Everglades called "The Hand of Death".
According to the book Hand of Death by Max. When I visit the Everglades, I am always accompanied by the series of nature guides written by Roger Hammer.
When I am especially lucky, I don’t bring the books. I bring Roger Hammer. Or, better yet, he brings me. On his truck’s stereo, the Grateful Dead sing something about a Sugar Magnolia and. But following the death of his year-old son, inButcher stepped into the Everglades to heal and produced his now iconic black and white photographs of the region’s wild places.
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