Oak Hill (Images of America) by Dana Baldwin Thompson

By Dana Baldwin Thompson

starting with the Timucuan Indians round 2000 BC, existence alongside the Indian River in Oak Hill has constantly been basic. The common attractiveness and pristine setting that drew Oak Hill�s first population to the world nonetheless abounds, and the waterfront coated with huge oak bushes maintains to motivate a sense of serenity and leisure. the 1st Florida pioneers settled in Oak Hill round 1870 and have been drawn by means of the treasures of a various atmosphere of marshland, cypress hammock, and trees pine wooded area. those first settlers harvested the average assets of bushes, turpentine, and salt, by means of citrus groves and a thriving fishing undefined. the chosen photos during this publication, many showing courtesy of neighborhood households, record the lives and instances of Floridians who selected to name Oak Hill home.

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