Title: Legends
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Title: Legends
Physical Description: 9, 1 leaf : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Warner, Lillian E
Miner, Frances H
Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: S.l
Publication Date: 1936?]
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Subject: Folklore -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: bibliography   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (leaf 10).
Statement of Responsibility: Lillian E. Warner ; Frances H. Miner, editor.
General Note: Caption title.
General Note: "February 8, 1936."
General Note: "Federal Writers' Project, American Guide, Miami, Florida."
General Note: "Literature #665."
General Note: Typescript for the Federal Writers' Project.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00055577
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002062140
oclc - 33962184
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tlhe"1 dana( Date o given). aet. .a*, who was
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bossia the anesa o, notioeA a negro tasging at'a haty ,ob-
Sa* ^off o )ttie SaleAM s in te1 3 :#.E^ : yr
*Jotn he water. upon pulling the object, it was fondA to be
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a Peopn ettle of Astoo or Spanish origin, similar to the
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work of its kind done in the 15th century. It was shaped A e

a dshpan with handles. The sides were imbedded with rook
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whioh took hammer and ohisel to remove.

Captain Rqq .bqug~tth .tind ,roa.the negro for' 504

and it ls now one of the valued possessions of.thr Rose family

of Miami, Florida.

One interesting theory that has been advanced about

its origin is that it haA been a part of the equipment of the

ship, Queen Isabella, equipped for Columbus. (4)

Ship Chains:

Sight-seeing oars and busses stop before the hone of

Mrs. Reily Clark, 1329 Briokell Ave., Miami, Florida to view

the loops of heavy ship chains mspported by heavy rook pots,

whioh enclose her lawn. These chains, 400 feet of them, were

taken from a four masted Amerioan schooner which grounded

off the ooast of Planter (Now called Tavenier, Mateonube Key,

Florida) before the schooner sank, and were bought by Charlie

Diaaond, of the old Van Line, from those salvaging the week.

The phaina passed through several hands up to Mr. Dale Miller

of Misai, who built the Clark home.


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