Mary Cleare's mother rarely talked about the place where she was born. Her home was a squatter's settlement for the African-Americans who built the Breakers Hotel for Henry Flagler. Construction and domestic workers used driftwood and the remains of old crates to construct a village of lean-tos and shacks at the north... More >>>
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Ruby Bennett can't bring herself to visit her old home, where she raised seven kids. The house is filled with trash and signs that vagrants live there now.