FLOR500, Garden 78 Eugene Edwin Saunders, Businessman (1845–1913) Capt. Saunders helped make Pensacola the “Snapper Capital of the World.” When he died, he owned the largest fleet of snapper fishing boats in the world and his company was the leading source for fish from the Gulf of Mexico, shipping fresh fish across the nation.
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Eugene Edwin Saunders, Businessman

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Eugene Edwin Saunders, Businessman

(1845–1913)

Capt. Saunders helped make Pensacola the "Snapper Capital of the World.” When he died, he owned the largest fleet of snapper fishing boats in the world and his company was the leading source for fish from the Gulf of Mexico, shipping fresh fish across the nation. 





 




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