The Hurst Coontie Starch Mill

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THE THREE FORTS OF LAUDERDALE

1988/3/6Starch made from coontie was an important source of food for the Seminoles a source severely threatened by the new fort on the river With his chief Indian guide Billy Benefactor Lauderdale

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ENH117/MG347: Florida Coonties and Atala Butterflies

Starch Industry Around 1825 early settlers in the Fort Lauderdale area learned the Seminole's technique of removing the toxin cycasin from the coontie to produce starch By the 1880s several mills were in business in Miami During WWI one mill was

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Spring Garden Historic District

It is likely that the first structure in today's Spring Garden was a coontie starch mill built on Wagner Creek by William English in the late 1840's William Wagner and a Captain Sinclair also built a steam-powered coontie mill on Wagner Creek in the late 1850's

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Wagner Homestead Historical Marker

With help from Captain Sinclair Wagner built a steam-powered coontie mill on Wagner Creek The production of starch from the native coontie plant (Zamia pumila) which grew profusely in the pine woods became a means by which Miami's early settlers could earn cash

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Life on the Southeast Florida Frontier

Figure 3: Coontie Starch Mill in South Dade Early families employed makeshift mills to process the root of a cycad plant found in large quantities and which Native Americans in the area called coontie or comptie The plant yielded with processing a starch used

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Crime Victim Service Destin Fl

By the early 1900s the area encompassing today's Miami Shores Village was occupied by a starch (coontie) mill a tomato packing plant a saw mill a pineapple plantation and a grapefruit grove Advanced Dental Care of Florida provides exceptional general family and cosmetic dentistry

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the hurst coontie starch mill

2019-7-16 T he Hurst starch mill in Lemon City circa early 1900s Here coontie root was processed into raw starch and shipped primarily to Key West Almost every pioneer family Black and White dug the roots for their own use or for sale

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Black Miami

T he Hurst starch mill in Lemon City circa early 1900s Here coontie root was processed into raw starch and shipped primarily to Key West Almost every pioneer family Black and White dug the roots for their own use or for sale The root once grew plentifully in

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Fort Lauderdale History: Cooley Massacre of 1836

Fort Lauderdale's first industry: How to prepare coontie starch Cooley was reported to be growing coontie (arrowroot) and he had a mill to make it into starch the manufacture of which appears to have been the area's first industry By 1835 coontie starch was

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But Coontie starch was not as successful as the pioneers thought and the mill was abandoned several years later The water sluice was filled in and paved over and was not rediscovered until archaeologists excavated it in 1972 Nashia inaguensis commonly It

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hurst coontie starch mill

But Coontie starch was not as successful as the pioneers thought and the mill was abandoned several years later Starch Starch or amylum is a polymeric carbohydrate consisting of numerous glucose units joined by glycosidic bonds This polysaccharide is produced by

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Albert Baxter Hurst (1871

Hurst also started a starch factory which he ran until 1923 when the operation moved to Kendall His starch product known as Coontie was edible He was a member of the Pioneers Club of Miami and the Little River Men's Association The shuffleboard courts

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Detailed Information

Around 1845 several factories sprung up all over south Florida to produce starch from the coontie One of the mills along the Miami River is said to have processed 10-15 tons of product per day at peak production In south Florida a natural population would It

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Detailed Information

Around 1845 several factories sprung up all over south Florida to produce starch from the coontie One of the mills along the Miami River is said to have processed 10-15 tons of product per day at peak production In south Florida a natural population would It

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Mike Adams: Florida Coontie

2016/1/8During World War II one mill was processing as much as 18 tons of coontie daily for military purchase The starch content was said to range from 20 percent in

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Starch Factory Boiler In Mauritania

Hurst Boiler Welding Co Inc - pulpandpaper Power and energy suppliers and manufacturers of the hurst boiler welding co inc provide high quality products such as hot water hybrid condensing system Adhesives and Starch Chemical Recovery Hurst offers this factory assembled system pre-wired piped and mounted in an installation-friendly skid package

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Florida Coonties and Atala Butterflies

mill was processing as much as 18 tons of coontie daily for military purchase The starch content was said to range from 20% in winter to a low of 8% in summer By 1911 the starch was known as "Florida Arrowroot " Florist Greens Florists sometimes use

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hurst coontie starch mill

But Coontie starch was not as successful as the pioneers thought and the mill was abandoned several years later Starch Starch or amylum is a polymeric carbohydrate consisting of numerous glucose units joined by glycosidic bonds This polysaccharide is produced by

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Environmental History HistoryMiami

Publications: Coontie or Comptie South Dade's Last Commercial Starch Mill by Jean C Taylor Update vol 3 no 6 (August 1976) South Florida's First Industry by Earnest G Gearhardt Jr Tequesta no xii (1952) Describes the process of collecting comptie

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Coontie a Graceful Addition to the Garden

2015/6/8By the 1880s settlers created mills in Miami to process this starch and by 1911 it became known as Florida arrowroot During WWI one mill processed up to 18 tons daily for military purchase Needless to say coontie was over exploited and to this day little remains in its native habitat

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Arch Creek Bridge Historical Marker

In 1858 early pioneers excavated this mill sluice to divert water to grind coontie for starch production The South Florida Water Management District has constructed this dam to alter the present water intrusion into our fresh water supply

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Strong leathery green Coontie leaves reach for the light

2010/10/5The Coontie Mill (see pictures of coontie in my set Woods weeds and streams ) The Tequestas were the first people to recognize the value of Arch Creek but they were not the only ones Around 1858 two ambitious pioneers used the creek and its natural bridge as a site for a coontie starch mill

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Coontie a Graceful Addition to the Garden

2015/6/8By the 1880s settlers created mills in Miami to process this starch and by 1911 it became known as Florida arrowroot During WWI one mill processed up to 18 tons daily for military purchase Needless to say coontie was over exploited and to this day little remains in its native habitat

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Strong leathery green Coontie leaves reach for the light

2010/10/5The Coontie Mill (see pictures of coontie in my set Woods weeds and streams ) The Tequestas were the first people to recognize the value of Arch Creek but they were not the only ones Around 1858 two ambitious pioneers used the creek and its natural bridge as a site for a coontie starch mill

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The Historical Marker Program

The last commercial coontie starch mill operated in Dade County was owned by Albert Baxter Hurst Established in 1908 in the vicinity of Little River the mill was moved in 1919 to a site near this spot where it remained in operation until 1925 Indians first

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starch mill model

The Hurst Coontie Starch Mill Starch from this mill was shipped to Italy for the use in the manufacture of spaghetti During the first World War Mr Hurst operated his mill 18 hours a day to supply the United States government It had been found that the first

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Coontie Courage

The finished starch was spread out on canvas driers and kept broken up until completely dry before it was packed into barrels for shipment It required one ton of coontie root to make 200 pounds of starch through this process " And another account: Daily

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Remember Food Fair? Florida's lost grocery stores

2019/4/7The Fergusons who operated a coontie starch mill over the Miami River near today's Northwest 27th Avenue also sold groceries to the few who lived in the area and William Brickell had a

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Waln's Mill rumbling and clacking since 1872

2010/7/22Bent told the visitors that the hurst frame isolates the vibrations when the mill is operating which prevents the building from shaking apart This served as somewhat of a warning for the experience visitors had once she turned the power back on to start the gristmill

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Repast text Spring 2015 m

In 1926 the A B Hurst mill located in the greater Miami area and the last of the commercial koonti-starch mills still being operated was demolished by a hurricane

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Coontie a Graceful Addition to the Garden

2015/6/12The common name coontie is derived from the Seminole phrase "conti hateka" which means white root or white bread By the 1880s settlers created mills in Miami to process this starch and by 1911 it became known as Florida arrowroot During WWI one mill

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