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Also known as 'resorts' at the close of the 19th century, all of the Bordellos of Ward Street survived the Great Fire ofand played an integral part in the rebuilding and development of Jacksonville, Florida through the first part of the 20th century. Nation made a celebrated appearance after which she declared the city a 'Demonocracy'.

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During the Civil War, in a gun emplacement named Fort Hatch was set up near the present day location of the Houston and Lee Street intersection.

This location also served as a tent camp for the 54th Massachusetts Infantry, the African-American unit that inspired the movie Glory. Inthe area was purchased and subdivided by Francis F. State Archives of Florida.

The line: jacksonville's notorious red light district

The district originated in early as a result of Jacksonville mayor John Q. A Sanborn map with a list of madams and workers at brothels in The Line, according to the U. Characterized by its large of saloons, gambling houses, and houses of prostitution, the Line was recognized as a dangerous place where drunkenness, crime and harsh living were common.

One famed resident was James Weldon Johnson, whose family resided across the street from a black-owned saloon and brothel owned by George Stevens at Ward and Lee streets.

In his autobiography Along This WayJohnson noted that his father served as a minister of a small church in the red light district and was one of a few willing to assist with the spiritual needs of sick and dying prostitutes in adjacent houses. Inthe district, then home to more than 60 bordellos on four blocks of Ward between Lee and Bridge streets, claimed the life of Jacksonville Police Officer Henry Raley.

Raley was attempting to arrest a man for drunkenness, but was surrounded by a crowd of his drunken friends, shot, and killed. His father, Tom Baxter, owned and operated a saloon and theater at Bridge and Ward streets.

It was a two-story brick building featuring 14 bedrooms, ballroom, kitchens, a dining room and an annex with eight bedrooms. Born into a relatively elite, white, Northeastern family, Crane traveled extensively for her time, and lived in a variety of locations across the world, including Boston, San Francisco, New York City, and Europe.

Cora crane, the grand madam of jacksonville

She was known to pay for the burials of prostitutes who committed suicide in the district. Stephen and Cora Crane. She also served as a war correspondent during the Greco-Turkish War in Greece when she traveled there with Stephen Crane. She is recognized as one of the earliest female war correspondents. Her works were read by thousands of appreciative readers.

During a visit to The Line intemperance crusader Carry A. Nation had a heated argument with Orloff. This s photograph captures a row of aging buildings that were originally constructed as brothels along Houston Street between Davis and Madison streets. Toggle. Ennis Davis, AICP Characterized by its large of saloons, gambling houses, and houses of prostitution, the Line was recognized as a dangerous place where drunkenness, crime and harsh living were common.