About the Journal
Focus and Scope
The Broward Legacy offers a rich history of local people, events, and issues of significance to Florida's southeastern region.
Peer Review Process
Neither the Board of County Commissioners of Broward County, Florida nor the Broward Historical Commission is responsible for the statements, conclusions or observations contained within in the journal articles, such matters being the sole responsibility of the authors.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Broward Legacy is published online in a coolaborative partnership between Florida Atlantic University Digital Library and The Broward County Historical Commission. The Broward County Historical Commission, is part of the Broward County Libraries Division and is committed to preserving the local history of important people, places, and events of South Florida with special emphasis given to Broward County. This historical journal is a significant resource for discovering Florida heritage.
A service of the Broward County Board of County Commissioners
Bertha Hendry, County Administrator
Broward County Board of County Commissioners
Dale V. C. Holness
John E. Rodstrom, Jr.
Broward County Historical Commissioners
Hazel K. Armbrister, Chair
Thomas A. Hasis, Vice Chair
Wendy Wangber, Secretary
John P. Barranco
Betty Whatley Cobb
William G. Crawford, Jr.
Marla Sherman Dumas
Broward Historical Commission Staff
Dave Baber, Administrator
Denyse Cunningham, Editor, Curator
Helen Landers, Broward County Historian
Matthew DeFelice, County Archaeologist
Marcia Seldine, Administrative Coordinator
Copyright 2010, by the Broward County Historical Commission
The Broward Legacy is a publication of the Broward County Historical Commission. In collaboration with Florida Atlantic University Digital Library the Broward Legacy is produced online and hosted by Florida Online Journals.