Two Hundred Years of Tradition: The Great Florida Cattle Drive of Ought 6

Two Hundred Years of Tradition: The Great Florida Cattle Drive of Ought 6

The 1800s cattle drives are carved deeply into the legends of Florida history when “cow hunters” drove their herds over hundred of miles on the old “cracker trail” to markets in Punta Rassa, shipping them aboard paddle boats to Cuba and Key West to replenish the beef supply after the Civil and Spanish American Wars, and by train from Ft. Pierce north to the breadbasket of the country.

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