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Throughout its history, Bradenton has always been a mix of residents, tourists and seasonal guests.
When Hernando de Soto first landed on Bradenton’s shores (that he named Espiritu Santo – “Holy Spirit” in Spanish), he was met by Calusa Indians, who themselves had settled in the area after the Timucua people moved further North, leaving behind their burial mounds.
When Dr. Joseph Braden moved to the area in the 1840’s and built a large, almost fort-like house, he lent the growing community his name – Bradentown or Braidentown, depending on who you talk to – and protection for the settlers willing to brave attacks from the natives to enjoy the tropical weather.
Eventually, the attacks stopped and the small coastal town became quite the hot spot for vacationers seeking sandy beaches and warmer climes.
Today the city houses more than 50,000 full-time residents, many of whom work at the Tropicana orange juice production facility, boasts The Village of the Arts – the largest arts district on the Gulf Coast, and hosts some 600,000 tourists annually.
It’s no surprise people are drawn to our tropical paradise, filled with beautiful waterways, gorgeous beaches, 250 sunny days a year, and an average temperature of 61-degrees.
Unfortunately, those conditions draw a different kind of visitor to our shores as well.
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