- Cyrus Teed, Estero's Koreshans get their due in new book
- Since they disappeared, the Koreshans have been any number of things to Southwest Florida: a puzzle, a tourist attraction, a punchline, a quirky footnote. What they haven't been, in large part, is human. That's understandable, perhaps, in a region of ...
- 25 years: Ghost Walk returns to Koreshan State Historic Site
- While they never numbered the 10 million Teed envisioned, about 250 souls called this utopian settlement home in the heyday of "Koreshanity" in the early 1900s.
- FGCU exhibit provides inside look at Koreshan story
- Artifacts from the religious cult he founded, Koreshanity, are now on display at an exhibit in the Florida Gulf Coast University Library, which opened Thursday and runs through July 13.
- Estero Historical Society essay contest a hit
- Her family was geocaching there and began reading the interpretive displays about Dr. Cyrus Teed, who founded "Koreshanity" and attempted to establish a New Jerusalem in Estero around the time Summerlin was building his cattle empire. "He thought of ...
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