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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.
Cult Leader A Part Of Florida's Rich History
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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