The Everglades: River of Grass Quotes

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"There are no other Everglades in the world." (Chapter 1, pg. 5)

"The freezing northern airs kept the animals in the warm south and in that developing shape of Florida like a sack with no lower opening. Nowhere else in America was there to be a more crowded or richer or more varied animal life." (Chapter II, pg. 61)

"No single man of them all had any idea of what they had discovered." (Chapter III, pg. 106)

"The triumph ant Indians of south Florida made very clear to the Spanish king and all his officials and gentlemen that they were not to be made slaves of. There was nothing else of any value to outlanders in that flat country of theirs, only sudden death in the sun." (Chapter V, pg. 128)

"The only aim he had here was to settle the land and make it peaceful, and see that all the Christians were...

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