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"The road down Indian River winds always southward toward the sun"
AS SEEN FROM JACKSONVILLE TO KEY WEST
AND FROM NOVEMBER TO APRIL INCLUSIVE
Author of " Wild Pastures," “Wood Wanderings," etc.
ILLUSTRATED FROM PHOTOGRAPHS BY
THE AUTHOR AND OTHERS
SMALL, MAYNARD AND COMPANY
THE UNIVERSITY PRESS, CAMBRIDGE, U. S. A.
Entered at Stationers' Hall
TO MY MOTHER
The author wishes to express his thanks to the editors of the "Boston Evening Transcript" for permission to reprint in that paper; to Mr. H. E. Hill of Fort Pierce, Florida, and to Mr. J. D. Rabner of St. Augustine, Florida, for permission to use certain photographs which so ably supplement his own; and to very many Florida people, through whose unfailing hospitality and friendly guidance he was able to see and know many things which otherwise he would have been unable to find or understand. This spirit of courtly hospitality and neighborly good will seems to be as unfailing as the Florida sunshine, and is characteristic alike of the native and the adopted citizen. It adds one more delight to the many to the many to be found in this beautiful region.