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by Charles E. Bennett
Author: Charles E. Bennett
Publisher: Univ Pr of Florida; First Edition edition (September 1, 1989)
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In his book, Twelve on the St. Johns, former Congressman Charles E. Bennett writes . Bennett writes: " then guided the French south and west from the riverbank into country Ribault described as 'the fairest, frutefullest and plesantest of all the worlde, habonding in honey, veneson, wildfoule, forrestes, woodes of all sortes. Two hundred years later, the naturalist William Bartram explored the St. Johns, marveling still at its wonder and, as he wrote in The Travels of William Bartram, "studying and contemplating the works and power of the Creator. We've not always treated the river kindly since then.
A collection of biographical essays on the lives of some historic figures who once lived along the banks of northeast Florida's St. Johns River. Recently added by. PeckCenterLibrary, BLHA, DarleneMarshall.