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Historical Markers in Boynton Beach, Florida
Boynton Beach is in Palm Beach County
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|Boynton Elementary School/Boynton School, designed by West Palm Beach architect William Maughlin, is of the masonry vernacular style, has two floors, six classrooms and attic space leading to the belfry. The original staircase and floors were built . . . — — Map (db m129300) HM|
|The Barton Memorial Park Cemetery, originally known as Cherry Hill, was the original burial ground in Boynton for the African-American community. As very few records exist it cannot be established when the first burial took place or who exactly is . . . — — Map (db m159163) HM|
|The area surrounding this site was first settled in the late 1890s. For six decades, a handful of doctors and midwives provided rudimentary medical care to area residents. With the nearest hospital located 18 miles away in West Palm Beach, critical . . . — — Map (db m96494) HM|
|The Boynton Woman’s Club was designed in Mediterranean Revival style by the famous Palm Beach architect Addison C. Mizner. The Woman’s Club is significant for both its architectural merit and contributions to the cultural development of Boynton . . . — — Map (db m96653) HM|
|The South Lake Worth Inlet was constructed between 1925 and 1927 to improve water quality and circulation between the south end of Lake Worth and the Atlantic Ocean. The first inlet to Lake Worth was cut in the mid-19th century at the north end of . . . — — Map (db m96656) HM|