Adventure Guide to Florida's West Coast (Hunter Travel by Chelle Walton

By Chelle Walton

From the Tampa Bay region to Naples and the Everglades, this advisor covers all of Florida's coastal towns, cities, nature preserves, wasteland components, and shores at the state's western shore. details on watersports is given, plus info on eco-treks into gator territory, sizzling air balloon rides, airboat tours, cycling trails, biking routes and old strolling excursions.

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They brought their own hogs, cows, and citrus to eat, then eventually left, discouraged by the persistent onslaughts of the resident Amerindian tribesthe Calusas in the south, the Tocobagas around todays Tampa and Sarasota. Evidence of important Amerindian centers of culture has been found on Marco Island, Mound Key, Pine Island, Useppa Island, Manasota Key, Terra Ceia, and Safety Harbor. Page 2 Juan Ponce de León himself was the first recorded European to set foot upon these shores, somewhere in Charlotte Harbor.

1973. 160 pp, photos. Matthews, Janet Snyder. Edge of Wilderness: A Settlement History of Manatee River and Sarasota Bay. Sarasota: Coastal Press, 1983. Newton, James. Uncommon Friends. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1987. 368 pp. Pacheco, Ferdie. Ybor City Chronicles. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1994. 301 pp, illustrated. Page 24 Peeples, Vernon. Punta Gorda and the Charlotte Harbor Area. , 1986. 208 pp, photos, index. Pizzo, Anthony P. Tampa Town 1824-1886. Miami: Hurricane House, 1968.

100 pp, photos. Board, Prudy Taylor and Esther B. Colcord. Historic Fort Myers. Virginia Beach: The Donning Publishers, 1992. 96 pp, photos, index. Brown, Loren B. Totch. Totch: A Life in the Everglades. University Press of Florida, 1993. 269 pp, photos. Captiva Civic Association. True Tales of Old Captiva. 1984. 353 pp, photos. Dormer, Elinore M. The Sea Shell Islands: A History of Sanibel and Captiva. , 1987. 273 pp, illustrations, index. Fritz, Florence. Unknown Florida. Coral Gables: University of Miami Press, 1963.

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