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Key West Cemetery

A horrible hurricane that hit the island on October 11, 1846 disinterred most of the bodies in the original burial ground near the Southernmost Point, so a new location on higher ground in the center of Key West was chosen….

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Key West and the History of Flight

Pan American World Airways, better known as Pan Am, may have gone defunct in 1991, but everybody has heard of it since it was the USA’s main international air service from the 1920’s until its collapse. We were further reminded…

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Books about Key West

Key West has always interested people. So there is no wonder that there are so many books about Key West, both fiction and non-fiction. Here is a list of many of those books, albeit this is by no means a…

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National Key Deer Refuge

The National Key Deer Refuge was established in 1957 in order to protect the wildlife of the Florida Keys. It is located in the Lower Florida Keys, is made up of about 9,000 acres mangrove forests, freshwater wetlands, hardwood hammocks,…

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