REMEMBERING (Coffee table book)
"Remembering" is a book specially requested by Florida Atlantic University, to provide historical documentation from a personal viewpoint. Remembering recounts the modern history of Southeast Florida with particular focus on Delray Beach, Boca Raton, and Ft. Lauderdale from 1894 to 1999, when the population of Southeast Florida increased from about 1,000 to more than 4,000,000. Flagler's railroad arrived in Palm Beach in 1894, opening one of the last frontiers of America when the area was mostly swamp, alligators, panthers, Indians, pristine beaches, and wonderful winter seasons. Land booms, land crashes, pineapples, barefoot mailmen, gun runners to Cuba, circa 1898, and much more is included.