History update from our President Ed Siarkowicz helped by Thomas A. Verdenius who joins us from 106 years ago! Here are some of our November activities.A Preservation SocietyZoom Speaker Series1916 Church and Women’s Voting Rights MuseumNew displays“The best history web…
From St. Augustine to New Smyrna, you have choice of three routes, (1) by land, horseback with team.
A listing that includes the name(s), years active, location (in present-day terms), and a brief history of the known fortifications that existed in the present-day Volusia and Flagler County area during the Second Seminole War.
The Florida Land Boom of the 1920s did not bypass Flagler County as it swept its way through the state.
The construction of the St. Mary Catholic Church was directed by Rev. Baczyk and built by Izydor Waszwski. Completed in 1914, the sanctuary seats 65 and the first mass was held on May 3, 1914.
A list of known and suspected prehistoric sites located throughout Flagler County.
In 1985, during the “Black Friday” wildfires1 Flagler County workers bulldozed ground near the eastern bank of the Tomoka River in an attempt to prevent flames from moving toward the few homes that were standing in that area during the time. Flagler…
A day at the historic Bulow Ruins Park by members of the Flagler County Historic Society including James Fiske, Bill Ryan and Hewett J. Dupont assisted by history re-enactor James Bullock of St. Augustine.
One of the proposed routes for a road connecting Hastings with the southern end of the county, and to form a link in the Miami-Montreal highway was inspected by Commission Moody, says the Hastings News.
When Flagler County was officially created in 1917, it was built around agriculture. One of the biggest sources of in the county was the turpentine industry a natural choice since a great part of the county was covered by pine trees.