Charlotte Harbor

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Gasparilla Pirate Festival - History - Inspiration
... from a secret island base south of Tampa in Charlotte Harbor, plundering ships in the Gulf of Mexico and along the Spanish main from the late 1700s ... account of José Gaspar was a 1900 advertising brochure for the Charlotte Harbor and Northern Railroad Company, a part of Henry B ... Boca Grande Hotel on Gasparilla Island in Charlotte Harbor ...
Charlotte Harbor And Northern Railway Depot
... The Charlotte Harbor and Northern Railway Depot is a historic Charlotte Harbor and Northern Railway depot in Boca Grande, Florida ...
Charlotte Harbor Preserve State Park
... Charlotte Harbor Preserve State Park is a 46,000-acre (190 km2) Florida State Park, composed of islands and land that surrounds Charlotte Harbor ... and protects the Gasparilla Sound/ Charlotte Harbor, Cape Haze, Matlacha Pass and Pine Island Sound aquatic preserves ...
Punta Gorda, Florida - History
... a point where the Peace River meets Charlotte Harbor ... The first settlers, the Howard brothers, came to Charlotte Harbor in the late 19th century, about a decade after the close of the American Civil War ... In 1887, just 12 years after the first settlers trekked to Charlotte Harbor, 34 men, four of whom were African-American, met at Hector’s Billiard Parlor and Drugstore to discuss incorporation ...
Charlotte Harbor, Florida - Notable Events
... On August 13, 2004, Hurricane Charley first made mainland landfall at the mouth of Charlotte Harbor. ...

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