The Bunnell State Bank was created in 1910 and moved into its new building in 1917.
Thomas A. Verdenius of the Bunnell Development Company invites you to accompany him on the Dixie Flyer Grand Excursion Train departing Dearborn Street Station at 10:25 p.m. Tuesday night.
Princess Place Preserve is a unique historical and environmental treasure containing the oldest standing homestead in Flagler County.
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Today, all that is left of the once fabulous Bulow Plantation are the extensive coquina ruins of the great sugar mill, several well-preserved wells, a unique spring-house and the crumbling foundations of the formerly hospitable mansion.
Connecting the dots that follow the trail of history along the Old Kings Road Since I arrived here in Flagler County Florida, some 20 years ago, I have followed Old Kings Road. It was built by the British some 238…
Once this plantation was one of the largest and most successful sugar producers in Florida.
In 1880 this little community boasted three families. No waterway, no paved roads, or railroad to attract anyone.
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