At the time of the 1900 Federal census, there were seven white families living at Shell Bluff and 23 black families.
The distant sounds of the past still quietly resonate in street names and places, Indian Trails, Matanzas, Turnbull Woods, Pellicer, St. Joseph, Seminole Woods, Graham Swamp, Moultrie, Bulow.
Florida had long been a place of refuge. During the first Spanish period, the King even encouraged escaping slaves to come to Florida under the “Kings Edict.”
The Friends of King’s Lynn Museum wrote in their Spring 2011 Newsletter they solved the mystery of their “Pocahontas” painting.
During 1938, between the Flagler County Board of Commissioners and the Works Progress Administration (WPA) an agreement to build a new Flagler County Jail building was approved.
A walk through the buildings at the Florida Agricultural Museum.
This is an account of a great Treasure Hunt that occurred in Flagler County for the treasure of a Spanish Galleon wrecked in 1730.
Princess Place Preserve is a unique historical and environmental treasure containing the oldest standing homestead in Flagler County.
This speech reflected President Jackson’s views, and Congress passed the removal act. Not all Indians were savages ranging in an unpopulated forest. Many had farms, cattle, homes, and believed the land they were living on was theirs. It gives me…
Famous naturalist James Audubon and friends, visited this area in 1831 and wrote about the Live Oak Cutters—here is part of his report which describes our Flagler County area.