If only coins could talk.
It certainly would be nice to know the path that an 1883 silver dollar took from Jamestown to Florida and then back again over the course of more than a century.
But first we have to go to the beginning of the story. In the spring of 1883 the village of Jamestown was incorporated into the city of Jamestown by legislation passed by the territorial assembly and allowed to go into law without the signature of Gov. Nehemiah Ordway.
On April 16, 1883 . . .
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