Ponte Vedra Beach: A History by Maurice Robinson

Ponte Vedra Beach: A History

byMaurice Robinson

Kobo ebook | November 7, 2011

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Shaped by a mix of cultures ranging from early Spanish settlers in the 1500s to invading golfers in the 1980s, Ponte Vedra Beach has a rich and unique history. Ponte Vedra was home to pre-Columbian natives, Timucuan Indian warriors, the Spanish who settled historic Diego, Scottish outlaws, Palm Valley moonshiners and the employees of the National Lead Company who created a nine-hole company golf course that would later become the world-famous Ponte Vedra Inn and Club. Further developed by visionary real estate investors, what was once a sleepy, twenty-eight-mile stretch of beach is now known as Money Magazine’s “Best Place to Live in Florida” and is named among the top fifty places to live in the United States.
Title:Ponte Vedra Beach: A HistoryFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 7, 2011Publisher:The History PressLanguage:English

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