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FORT LAUDERDALE HISTORICAL SOCIETY INC Overview
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Tara revisited along the New River, the heart of the Historic District. We drove down on Memorial Day to avoid the crowds. I now appreciate the lifestyle that existed in the Old South, but understand the commitment and cost to preserve history. The Society replaced the roof on the King-Cromartie ...
As an elementary teacher with 25 years experience, one of the most educational and fun trips for students was Pioneer Day at the Fort Lauderdale Historical Village. The girls are intrigued with the King-Cromartie House and dresse in pioneer attire and use scrub boards to do wash. Yes, they have ...
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The history and growth of Fort Lauderdale started at the intersection of the New River and Florida East Coast Railroad. The New River Inn was the first hotel in what is now Fort Lauderdale and is the "grand dame" of architecture and Southern charm. The Museum captures the themes from Second ...
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