Flagler County was established in 1917, but has historic sites from much earlier, including Mala Compra and the Bulow Plantation.
In the summer of 1836, a party of Seminole Indians, 150 in number, commonly prowled over present-day Flagler County between the St. Johns River and the Atlantic.
Our present-day barrier island did not actually become an island until 8 o’clock on Monday morning, May 13, 1907, when the waters of the Matanzas Bay and the Halifax River were joined
Diane Marquis takes us on a tour of “The Little Red School House” an authentic turn of the century schoolhouse and museum located in Bunnell Florida.
Mary Ann Clark gives an overview of her life in Flagler County and organizations she’s worked with.
An interview of Sandra Rose Friedman about early Palm Coast and the Library.
Emily Shoemaker gives a history of her husband Merhl and the beginning of the Friends of the Library.
Judith Kent interviews the Reverend and Mrs. Giddens about life in Flagler County, Florida.
Judy Kent interviews Patricia and Thomas Durrance about their grandparents.
Audio interview between Judith Kent and Catherine Wickline Wilson and growing up in Flagler Beach.