Women’s Equality Day! August 26, 1920. History of Women’s voting in Flagler County by FCHS Member, Kim Medley
Ancient Indian collection donated, Timucuan in Flagler, Colonial Cooking with Preston Zepp, Tour Guide volunteers needed
Marker placed for Alice Scott Abbott, historic road bricks found, Grand Haven history, FCHS Scholarships, 630+ history sites located in Flagler County, Preston Zepp map research.
Is Flagler where you want to live 20 years from now? We are about to lose our heritage and sense of place.
It’s finally here! In celebration of the latest census release, here are some facts about the United States 1950 Census and why it’s important! Saturday, April 1 was the “official census day” in 1950. The U.S. Census is required by…
Learn about the little towns and post offices that made up Flagler County more than 100 years ago.
Transcript of the 25th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives, War Department with correspondence from Gen. Hernandez about the local area.
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.