Learn about the little towns and post offices that made up Flagler County more than 100 years ago.
1870 Itinerary from St. Augustine to Miami
From St. Augustine to New Smyrna, you have choice of three routes, (1) by land, horseback with team.
Second Seminole War (1835-1842) Fortifications in the Volusia and Flagler County AreaForts, Camps and Blockhouses
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.
Bulow Historic State Park
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.
Public Television – Bulow Plantation FilmVideo Interview
Hidden in a state park in Eastern Central Florida’s Flagler Beach, lie the mysterious ruins of a cultural artifact that dates to the 19th century.
Ruins of the Early Plantations of the Halifax Area
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.
Notes from the author on Bulow Plantation
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…
Bulow Plantation Ruins
Once this plantation was one of the largest and most successful sugar producers in Florida.