The tale of Florida’s Pocahontas.
Lloyd Wheeler becomes Ben Franklin.
4-H celebrates 100 years of uniting heads, hearts, hands and health in Florida and around the globe.
An “explosive” discovery led a local couple to uncover the history behind their property.
The deadly shots that rang out in the early-morning hours of March 6, 1865, have long since faded into the history books, but the Battle of Natural Bridge remains a legendary and revered incident in Tallahassee history. With each retelling…
A tour today of the Old Capitol in Tallahassee reflects its condition in 1902, as restoration has left the three-story building in near-pristine condition. The chambers of the House of Representatives and the Senate appear ready to host a rousing…
Grazyna Bergman’s story continues, as she and her mother seek to escape occupied Poland to reunite with her father.
Grazyna Bergman was born into a hostile world. Her parents’
marriage began as a fairy tale, only to be turned upside-down by war.
The Civil War battles over salt.
Overcoming obstacles is Ann Holt’s specialty.
Photos courtesy Brittany Harris and Dan Harris Local Master Gardeners prepare plantings around a model of New York City’s Twin Towers (above) at the 911 memorial garden (below) at Tallahassee’s Fire Station No. 11. Nine years ago on Sept. 11, a…
If you remember heading west on the Big Bend stretch of Interstate 10 in the 1980s, it would be nearly impossible to forget the rhythmic sound heard by every driver from Tallahassee to Pensacola: Ba-bump. Ba-bump. Ba-bump. A fitting soundtrack…
Take look from those who served.
Honoring the “foot soldiers” of civil rights.
This battle changed Florida history.
How Our ‘Girl Next Door’ Has Grown Up
Fire Dispatch — before there was 911.
The Florida Memory Project is all about gathering Florida's old photos and archive them.
The strange tale of freedman George Proctor.
Ancient arrowheads, spear points, swords, plates, clay candlesticks, bottles, pistols, muskets, cannon balls, anchors, ships’ rigging, copper pots, wheels and gears, shoeshine stands, petticoats, flags, photos, cigar boxes and baby carriages. All these relics, and many more, are evidence of…
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