Ocala's main east-west thoroughfare, Broadway now Silver Springs Boulevard , was the commercial heart of downtown. The Alexanders lived on West Broadway. Zion, introduced a bill establishing free public schools in Florida. The Ocklawaha River was not only the main commercial shipping line but also brought tourists to Marion County. At Howard Academy, children were taught by a total of 7 teachers. By , Silver Springs catered largely to white tourists but had established an area called Paradise Park for its African American guests. The railroads resulted in a population increase in Marion County and the development of railroad towns near train stops. Washington, who gave a speech there in As one traveled several blocks north and south of Broadway, the houses became smaller and more widespread.
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