This book provides a thorough description of Orange County, Florida, covering everything from its climate and soil to its transportation infrastructure and economy. Z. H. Mason’s detailed analysis is informed by years of local experience, and provides a valuable resource for anyone interested in learning more about this fascinating region. Whether you’re a historian, a farmer, or a prospective resident, you’ll find much to interest you in this book’s pages.
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