A Light in the Wilderness:
How today's coastal strip of 7 million people began just a few generations ago when bears, panthers and alligators roamed and ruled. When the lighthouse was built in 1860, it became a hub for hunters, surveyors, Civil War blockade runners, Union gunboats and pioneer farmers. With steamboats and railroads came a wave of settlers and the first real towns.
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