Today in History
Navy fuel tanks on Tank Island (now Sunset Key) in the 1970's. Fuel tanks were never used.

Friday, September 30, 2016

1855: William Hackley recorded in his diary: Slept with wet clothes to my piles all night and they are better this morning, but still very painful. At 9 a.m. barometer 29.55, thermometer 86, wind southwest 2, clouds 3. Went home by 11 and remained all day reading papers.

1952: In a special election, the voters approved a dog track on Stock Island, which the backer...

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