Hallandale Beach Florida: For More than Ninety Years Broward County's City of Choice

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Beginning in 1897 with the arrival of Luther Halland, the story of Hallandale Beach is one of steady growth and enduring prosperity. Hallandale became a town during the great Florida boom of the 1920s, and in 1947, when its boundaries expanded to the Atlantic Ocean, Hallandale Beach became a city. Today, this quintessential South Florida community has grown to offer all the luxuries of a big city without losing any of its hometown charm. Balancing world-class restaurants and exciting entertainment with welcoming residential neighborhoods, Hallandale Beach truly has it all. Join South Florida expert Seth H. Bramson as he takes you on a journey through Hallandale Beach's proud past and budding future to show why, for more than ninety years, it has been Broward County's city of choice.
ISBN: 9781596299610
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Florida
Images: 200
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Seth Bramson is Miami's foremost local historian. He is America's single most-published Florida history book author, with sixteen of his twenty-two books dealing directly with the villages, towns, cities, counties, people and businesses of the South Florida Gold Coast. Bob Jensen retired in Homestead as a Navy Commander after serving 28 years. He served in Germany, the Philippines, the US Embassy in Cyprus, Iceland, and twice at the National Security Agency and at Naval Security Group Headquarters in Washington D.C.
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