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A Land Remembered Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 42, 43, 44 and 45 Summary

Patrick D. Smith
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Chapters 42, 43, 44 and 45 Summary

By 1924 Sol watches in horror as the MacIvey land in southern Florida becomes sandwiched in between huge real estate developments. Eventually, though, Sol gets caught up in the burgeoning residential real estate market and establishes the MacIvey Real Estate and Development Company. Sol is repulsed by the rush of people wanting to purchase both residential and commercial property but he cannot resist the opportunity to profit from the real estate boom. Sol and Bonnie build a huge home in Miami which includes a bank vault where Sol stores his money, still not trusting in banks.

In September of 1928 Bonnie is killed in a flood while she and Sol are visiting their Okeechobee home. Sol learns later that two thousand people had been killed in the hurricane that claimed Bonnie.

By 1954 Sol heads the MacIvey State Bank in Miami, having established it after the stock market...

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