After the Civil War, the original white settlers came into the area called Everglade to fish and farm. It wasn’t until Barron Collier purchased the area that “s” and “city̶
Susan B. Anthony’s words of wisdom, “Failure is impossible,” inspired many women facing the new frontier of equality in the late 1800s. By the 1940s and ’50s, Naples offered ma
Local history is peppered with stories of strong women who made significant contributions to Southwest Florida. At the top of this list of heroines is Deaconess Harriett Mary Bedell, who will long be
Once upon a time, entrepreneurs were not held in the same high esteem that they are today. Fortunately for us Neapolitans, the paradigm on entrepreneurs had shifted by the 20th century and some very u
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