When Other People Tell Your History

Saint Augustine, Florida and its Rewrite of History

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St. Augustine, Florida is beautiful, at least in the historic district. It has a seedy side like most cities, but that isn’t today’s topic; maybe I’ll get back to it another time. St. Augustine is the longest, continually inhabited European-founded city in the United States — it markets itself as the “Nation’s Oldest City.” With all respect to the…

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