Sanibel Island (Images of America: Florida)

Yvonne Hill

Published by Arcadia Publishing, 2008
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Synopsis: Sanibel, a barrier island on the southwest coast of Florida, was originally inhabited by the Calusa Indians around 1500. In 1513, explorer Ponce DeLeon landed ashore the exotic isle, with its brackish estuaries, plush mangrove jungles, and sandy beaches,
opening the door for others who would eventually find their way to the island. Over time, Sanibel was visited by European explorers, slave traders, pirates, and Seminole Indians, all of whom added to
its colorful and intriguing history. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the original settlers of modern-day Sanibel arrived on the island. These pioneers were a contrasting group of individuals, comprised of diverse ethic origins and cultures, yet all seemed to share a common goal of using hard work, resourcefulness, and determination to make the island their home. Their efforts and sacrifices greatly contributed to the growth and rich history of Sanibel as we know it today.

About the Author: Authors Yvonne Hill and Marguerite Jordan, both residents of Sanibel, in collaboration with the Lee County Black History Society, Inc., have joined together in combining historical text with captivating images that celebrate Sanibel’s fascinating history. Documenting the significant roles of both white and black pioneers, all photographs were obtained courtesy of historical archives, ancestral family members, and interested collectors who share a passion for the history and preservation of Sanibel Island.

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Title: Sanibel Island (Images of America: Florida)
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Publication Date: 2008
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Book Description Arcadia Publishing (SC), United States, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Sanibel, a barrier island on the southwest coast of Florida, was originally inhabited by the Calusa Indians around 1500. In 1513, explorer Ponce DeLeon landed ashore the exotic isle, with its brackish estuaries, plush mangrove jungles, and sandy beaches, opening the door for others who would eventually find their way to the island. Over time, Sanibel was visited by European explorers, slave traders, pirates, and Seminole Indians, all of whom added to its colorful and intriguing history. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the original settlers of modern-day Sanibel arrived on the island. These pioneers were a contrasting group of individuals, comprised of diverse ethic origins and cultures, yet all seemed to share a common goal of using hard work, resourcefulness, and determination to make the island their home. Their efforts and sacrifices greatly contributed to the growth and rich history of Sanibel as we know it today. Bookseller Inventory # AAC9780738553603

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