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  • October 18, 1925The last day of the S.S. Comanche

    October 18, 1925

    The last day of the S.S. Comanche

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    In the last two decades of the 19th century and well into the 1930s, the best route to Florida was by sea on a ship operated by the Clyde Steamship Company. Clyde was a transportation line connecting New York City with several ports in Florida, but primarily Jacksonville. William “Bill” Clyde founded the company in…

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Timothy Van Staden
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Many of the first Dutch settlers made their way to the lands between the Hudson and the Mohawk rivers of New York. They saw their towns and villages become the United States. They lived where the history in an early chapter of an American history book was written.

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