A History of Florida Forts: Florida's Lonely Outposts
Featuring the history of Florida's forts from the colonial period, Seminole Wars, Civil War and modern era, this absorbing volume--by military historian and Florida author Alejandro M. de Quesada--offers a thorough exploration of the fortifications and strongholds that have played a crucial role in shaping centuries of Florida's past.
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