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Historical Markers in Broward County, Florida

 
Clickable Map of Broward County, Florida and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Broward County, FL (58) Collier County, FL (48) Hendry County, FL (4) Miami-Dade County, FL (191) Palm Beach County, FL (109)  BrowardCounty(58) Broward County (58)  CollierCounty(48) Collier County (48)  HendryCounty(4) Hendry County (4)  Miami-DadeCounty(191) Miami-Dade County (191)  PalmBeachCounty(109) Palm Beach County (109)
Fort Lauderdale is the county seat for Broward County
Adjacent to Broward County, Florida
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      Hendry County (4)  
      Miami-Dade County (191)  
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1Florida, Broward County, Coral Springs — F-517 — Coral Springs Covered Bridge
On Northwest 95th Avenue south of Wiles Road, on the left when traveling south.
The Covered Bridge was the first permanent structure built within the City by Coral Ridge Properties, developer of Coral Springs, in 1964. It withstood the eye of Hurricane Cleo that passed over it in August 1964 without sustaining any damage. The . . . Map (db m100391) HM
2Florida, Broward County, Coral Springs — F-518 — Museum of Coral Springs History
On NW 29th Street.
Coral Ridge Properties built the City's first real estate office in 1964 at the intersection of Route 441 and Wiles Road, just outside the City limits. This 30-by-20 foot single-room wooden structure displayed maps and plats of subdivisions, none of . . . Map (db m47421) HM
3Florida, Broward County, Dania Beach — F-652 — Colored Beach at John U. Lloyd State Park
Near North Ocean Drive, 2 miles north of State Road A1A.
African Americans living in South Florida in the earlier part of the 20th century drove from as far away as Palm Beach and Miami to use Fort Lauderdale’s beaches, but met with significant resistance from oceanfront property owners. On May 14, 1946, . . . Map (db m127513) HM
4Florida, Broward County, Dania Beach — Mount Sinai United Methodist ChurchUNITY within the CommUNITY
On South Federal Highway (U.S. 1) south of Southeast 1st Street, on the right when traveling north.
Mount Sinai United Methodist Church 1113 S. Federal Highway (originally called the Dania Methodist Episcopal Church) was organized in January 1906. The first services were held in the town schoolhouse under the organization influence of Mr. & . . . Map (db m146547) HM
5Florida, Broward County, Dania Beach — Saint Ruth Missionary Baptist ChurchCome Grow With Us
On Northwest 5th Avenue at Northwest 2nd Street, on the right when traveling south on Northwest 5th Avenue.
The Saint Ruth Missionary Baptist Church was organized in 1908 by the late Charlie Chambers and a few other faithful souls in Modello, Florida. The Church was named Saint Ruth in honor of Brother Charie Chamber's daughter, Ruth. The first place of . . . Map (db m146518) HM
6Florida, Broward County, Davie — A Brief HistoryLock No. 1, North New River Canal
Near State Road 84, 0.2 miles west of Davie Road, on the right when traveling west.
Lock No. 1, or Sewell Lock, was designed by world renowned engineers Major S. Sewell and Ben Johnson and built by the Furst-Clark Construction Company of Biltmore. It was part of the Everglades Drainage District and played a vital role in early . . . Map (db m100230) HM
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7Florida, Broward County, Davie — F-534 — Old Davie School
On Griffin Road (State Road 818) east of Walsh Road, on the right when traveling east.
This historic structure was the first permanent school in the Everglades and is now Broward County’s oldest existing school building. The Davie School was designed in 1917 by August Geiger (born 1888), who came to Miami in 1905 from New Haven, . . . Map (db m41666) HM
8Florida, Broward County, Deerfield Beach — F-1043 — Branhilda Richardson Knowles Memorial Park and Historic Cemetery
On Southeast 2nd Avenue at Southeast 4th Street, on the right when traveling south on Southeast 2nd Avenue.
Born in the Bahamas in 1898, Branhilda Richardson Knowles immigrated to the Deerfield Beach area in 1922. Knowles was trained as a midwife, and due to Jim Crow era segregation, helped deliver babies for the African American community in Deerfield . . . Map (db m157662) HM
9Florida, Broward County, Deerfield Beach — F-876 — First Zion Missionary Baptist Church
On Southwest 1st Court.
The settlement of Deerfield was founded on the southeast coast of Florida with the coming of Henry Flagler’s Florida East Coast Railroad in 1896. In 1902, two Methodist missionaries began holding religious services for the community. These early . . . Map (db m100392) HM
10Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Alexander Ramsey "Sandy" Nininger, Jr.(1918-1942)
On Northeast 8th Street at Memorial Drive, in the median on Northeast 8th Street.
Graduated from Fort Lauderdale High School 1937 and from United States Military Academy at West Point with Honors 1941. Awarded Posthumously the First Congressional Medal of Honor of World War II by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on January . . . Map (db m146548) HM
11Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — F-864 — Bridge of the Isles
On East Las Olas Boulevard (State Road 842) west of NE 20th Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
During the 1920s Florida Land Boom, the present-day Nurmi Isles subdivision was dredged to create the four finger islands. Bridges providing access to each island were constructed, but no additional development occurred until Victor Nurmi purchased . . . Map (db m108909) HM
12Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Captain Joshua JamesBrave and Faithful Service
Captain Joshua James embodies the courage and determination of 19th century lifesaving crews. Born in Hull, Massachusetts 1836, James lost his mother to shipwreck when he was just 10 years old. "Ever after," he was said to "scan the sea” in search . . . Map (db m212605) HM
13Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Colonial HotelCirca 1922
On Southwest 1st Avenue south of Southwest 2nd Street, on the right when traveling south.
This building is one of only three remaining historical buildings on Brickell Avenue, the first commercial street of Ft. Lauderdale. Constructed as the Bivans Hotel in 1922, this building is the oldest surviving structure in Ft. Lauderdale built as . . . Map (db m100383) HM
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14Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Cooley's Massacre
Near Bryan Place at Cooley Avenue.
This monument marks the site of the William Cooley plantation. Cooley arrived here in 1824 and soon became the leader of the small settlement that grew along the New River. On January 6, 1836, local Indians attacked Cooley's homestead, killing . . . Map (db m127510) HM
15Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Early 19th Century British Admiralty Anchor
Near Southwest 2nd Avenue just south of Southwest 3rd Avenue.
Believed to be from the wreck of the British cartel ship "L'Athenaise" sunk Nov 1, 1804 with 179 French prisoners of war. Found off Barefoot Mailman Hotel, Hillsboro Beach in 1967 by Dr. Donald King Bob Jordan Mel Fisher Rupert Gates . . . Map (db m127814) HM
16Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — F-472 — Evergreen CemeteryEstablished 1910
On SE 10th Avenue.
Many Civil War veterans are buried at Evergreen Cemetery in addition to the founding families of Fort Lauderdale including the Stranahans (who built Stranahan house on SE 6th Avenue), Bryans, Kings, Cromarties (the maiden name of Ivy Julia Stranahan . . . Map (db m72809) HM
17Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Fated BarksThe Great Storm of 1888
During the devastating gale of November 25-26, 1888, Captain Joshua James led Hull's Massachusetts Humane Society volunteer lifesavers in the courageous rescue of 29 men from five ships. The volunteers faced the greatest danger while bringing eight . . . Map (db m212606) HM
18Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — F-716 — Fort Lauderdale Beaches Wade-Ins
On S. Fort Lauderdale Blvd. (State Road 1A) at E. Las Olas Blvd., on the right when traveling north on S. Fort Lauderdale Blvd..
On July 4, 1961, local NAACP president Eula Johnson and black physician Dr. Von D. Mizell began a series of nationally publicized "wade-ins" of Fort Lauderdale beaches. Johnson, Mizell, a third black adult, and four black college students . . . Map (db m48852) HM
19Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — F-951 — Fort Lauderdale High School, 1915-1962 Home of the Flying L'S
On Southeast 3rd Avenue just south of Southeast 1st Street, on the right when traveling north.
On this 13-acre site, bounded by Broward Boulevard, South Federal Highway, SE 3rd Avenue, and SE 2nd Street, stood the original Fort Lauderdale High School. The land was donated by Frank and Ivy Strahanan, Fort Lauderdale’s first school teacher. . . . Map (db m127762) HM
20Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Near Southeast 6th Avenue at Southeast 4th Avenue, on the right when traveling south.
On this spot, January 31, 1893, Frank Stranahan, the founder of this city, conducted a ferry across New River, established a trading post with the Indians and operated the first U.S. Post Office. Seven tenths of a mile west of this point . . . Map (db m100795) HM
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21Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Hoch Heritage Center
On Southwest 2nd Avenue, 0.1 miles south of Southwest 2nd Street, on the right when traveling south.
This building was originally constructed as a post office annex warehouse in 1949. Later it was used by the City of Fort Lauderdale for offices of the City Planning Department. In 1978, the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society converted it into the . . . Map (db m172079) HM
22Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — F-285 — Indian Haulover
On Seabreeze Blvd..
Bahia Mar is the site of a haulover where Indians took their canoes from New River Sound into the Atlantic Ocean. A Second Seminole War fort named for Major William Lauderdale was built near here in 1838. It was active until the War ended in 1842. . . . Map (db m47419) HM
23Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Ivy Julia Cromartie Stranahan
Near Southeast 6th Ave at Southeast 4th Avenue, on the right when traveling south.
Born at White Springs, Florida, on the banks of the Suwannee River, came to Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1899 as the town's first school teacher. She married Frank Stranahan in 1900 and lived at the Indian Trading Post on New River, where she . . . Map (db m100385) HM
24Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — King-Cromartie House
On Southwest 2nd Avenue, 0.1 miles south of Southwest 2nd Street, on the right when traveling south.
In 1907, Edwin T. King, the town's first builder, a boatwright and an early citrus grower, built his third home on the south bank of the New River near what is now US 1. It remained the King family home until 1968. King's daughter Louise and her . . . Map (db m127492) HM
25Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — F-878 — Link Trainer Building #8
On West Perimeter Road at Southwest 40th Street, on the left when traveling south on West Perimeter Road.
Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale (NASFL), a complex of over 200 buildings, was built on the site of Merle Fogg Field in 1942 and served as one of a few specialty schools for training on the TBF/TBM Avenger torpedo bomber. Nineteen-year-old pilot . . . Map (db m100393) HM
26Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Mackey Airlines, Inc.
On Terminal Drive, 0.5 miles west of U.S. 1, on the left when traveling west.
Founded in 1946 by Colonel Joseph Mackey, Mackey Airlines became (August 5, 1952) the first certificated carrier in Broward authorized to engage in scheduled foreign transportation. Operations began January 2, 1953 between Fort Lauderdale, West . . . Map (db m61917) HM
27Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Museum BuildingCirca 1922
On Southwest 1st Avenue south of Southwest 2nd Street, on the right when traveling south.
One of three remaining historical buildings on Brickell Avenue, the first commercial street in the City of Fort Lauderdale, constructed between 1924 and 1926, the building was used primarily as a furniture store (as Pace Furniture then Rhodes . . . Map (db m100434) HM
28Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — F-1074 — North Woodlawn Cemetery
On Northwest 9th Street at Northwest 19th Terrace, on the right when traveling west on Northwest 9th Street.
During racial segregation, Fort Lauderdale's African American community was restricted to the northwest quadrant of the city. Recognizing a need in this area, the Christian Pallbearer's Association founded North Woodlawn Cemetery in 1926, most . . . Map (db m145503) HM
29Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — F-404 — Old Fort Lauderdale Village
On SW 2nd Avenue near SW 2nd Street when traveling south.
Old Fort Lauderdale Village at the intersection of the New River and the Florida East Coast Railway (F.E.C.) incorporates four turn-of-the-20th century historic buildings. These include the 1905 New River Inn, the 1905 Philemon N. Bryan House, the . . . Map (db m63880) HM
30Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Oliver BuildingCirca 1912
Near West Las Olas Boulevard east of Brickell Avenue/Southwest 1st Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
The façade is constructed in the same basic design configuration and from the actual bricks that existed on the west wall of the Oliver Building demolished in 1996. The original building was built in 1912 soon after most of Ft. Lauderdale's business . . . Map (db m100416) HM
31Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Philemon Nathaniel Bryan House
On Southwest 2nd Avenue south of Southwest 2nd Street, on the right when traveling south.
Philemon and Lucy Bryan's home was built in 1905 by contractor Edwin T. King at the request of their two sons, Reed and Tom. Philemon and Lucy first lived in a wood-frame house that had been converted into the Bryan Hotel. The New River Inn replaced . . . Map (db m127489) HM
32Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Replica 1899 School House
On Southwest 2nd Avenue/North New River Drive West at Southwest 3rd Avenue/Nugent Avenue, on the right when traveling west on Southwest 2nd Avenue/North New River Drive West.
This replica of the original schoolhouse, which was built by Edwin T. King, was constructed in 1976 as a community Bicentennial Project. The original schoolhouse was located on the corner of South Andrews Avenue and Southwest 5th Street. Ivy . . . Map (db m100701) HM
33Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Shippey HouseBuilt in 1914
On Southwest 3rd Avenue, 0.1 miles south of Southwest 2nd Street, on the left when traveling south.
Residence of Judge Frederick Bleeker Shippey Broward County's second appointed Judge servicing from 1920 to 1933. He was most often sought out to perform marriages to notables and celebritiesMap (db m127509) HM
34Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — F-722 — The First Fort Lauderdale
On Southwest 11th Avenue at Southwest 4th Street, on the left when traveling south on Southwest 11th Avenue.
The prehistoric peoples of Fort Lauderdale, commonly known as the Tequesta, occupied camps as early as 500 BCE in the area now known as Sailboat Bend. By 1800, Seminole Indians and Bahamian and American settlers inhabited lands along New River. In . . . Map (db m100394) HM
35Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — The Lewis Family
On SW 9th Avenue at Coconut Drive when traveling north on SW 9th Avenue.
Coming over from the Bahamas sometime before 1792, Suries and Frankee Lewis and their three sons settled on the banks of the New River and were the first permanent settlers of European descent in what is now Broward County. In 1793, after reports . . . Map (db m63656) HM
36Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — The Stranahan House
Near Southeast 6th Avenue at Southeast 4th Avenue, on the right when traveling south.
An excellent example of frontier Florida architecture, the Stranahan House was constructed in 1901 for Frank and Ivy Stranahan, two of this area's earliest residents. It sits on the site of Stranahan's Trading Post. Initially the structure was used . . . Map (db m100541) HM
37Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — The Tequesta
On Southwest 9th Avenue at Coconut Drive, on the right when traveling north on Southwest 9th Avenue.
The Tequesta Indians and their ancestors lived and traveled along the New River for at least 5000 years. The Tequesta were Native Americans that lived in Southeast Florida in an area that extended from Boca Raton to Key West encompassing the . . . Map (db m100444) HM
38Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — Third Fort Lauderdale
Near Seabreeze Boulevard (Florida Route A1A) at Sahia Mar.
This tablet marks the site of the Third "Fort Lauderdale" named in honor of Maj. Wm. Lauderdale, Cmdr. Tenn. Vol. Built in 1839 under the command of Captain William B. Davidson during the Second Seminole War First erected by the Himmarshee . . . Map (db m171849) HM
39Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale — 11120798 — West Side Grade School
On Harmon Avenue/Southwest 13th Avenue at West Las Olas Boulevard, on the right when traveling south on Harmon Avenue/Southwest 13th Avenue.
The West Side Grade School was the second elementary school built in the Fort Lauderdale School District. The school was designed in 1923 by locally prominent architect Morris Peterman, and opened on September 21, 1923. The West Side Grade School . . . Map (db m99637) HM
40Florida, Broward County, Hallandale Beach — Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church"We Have Come This Far By Faith" — Established 1909 —
On Northwest 1st Avenue  at Northwest 9th Street, on the left when traveling south on Northwest 1st Avenue .
The Greater Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church was established in 1909 by Sister Lougenia Johnson and Sister Missouri Wilson conducting Sunday School under a rubber tree. In 1910 Rev. A.T. Taylor, his wife, and Sister Lula Mack joined the group and . . . Map (db m100359) HM
41Florida, Broward County, Hallandale Beach — Greater Ward ChapelAfrican Methodist Episcopal Church — Established 1902 —
On Northwest 6th Avenue  at Northwest 9th Street, on the right when traveling south on Northwest 6th Avenue .
"To God Be The Glory For All Of The Great Things He Has Done" In 1902 a mustard seed was planted in the community, and with God's blessing a group known as the "Pioneers" established the first church, which blossomed the dream into a reality. . . . Map (db m100395) HM
42Florida, Broward County, Hallandale Beach — St. Anne’s Episcopal Church(Anglican) "A Century of Faith and Service" — Established in 1914 —
On Northwest 1st Avenue  at Northwest 7th Street, on the left when traveling north on Northwest 1st Avenue .
St. Anne's Episcopal Church was established in 1914 by Melbourne Knowles, Ansel Saunders and A.L. Wilkins, all hailing from the Islands of the Bahamas. The first church services were held in a wooden building located on the corner of what in now . . . Map (db m100397) HM
43Florida, Broward County, Hillsboro Beach — Hillsboro Inlet Light Station
Near North Ocean Boulevard (Florida Route A1A) just north of Bay Drive.
In 1901, the U.S. Congress approved funding for a light near Hillsboro Point to fill a 90-mile void between the town of Jupiter and the Cape of Florida. Manufactured in Detroit, Michigan and reassembled at the Hillsboro Inlet in 1906. The . . . Map (db m172172) HM
44Florida, Broward County, Hillsboro Beach — F-872 — Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse
Near Hillsboro Mile (State Road A1A) 0.3 miles north of Bay Drive.
This lighthouse is one of five skeletal cast-iron towers built by the Russel Wheel and Foundry Co. in Detroit, Michigan. The optical system was built in 1906 by Barbier Benard et Turren in Paris, France. Following its construction, the lighthouse . . . Map (db m127765) HM
45Florida, Broward County, Hillsboro Beach — The Barefoot Mailman1885-1892
Near Hillboro Mile (State Road A1A) 0.3 miles north of Bay Drive.
Before there were roads in South Florida, U.S. Mail carriers known collectively as "The Barefoot Mailman" risked their lives to deliver the mail. They traversed a 68 mile route - 20 by boat and 48 by foot - along the Atlantic Coast between Palm . . . Map (db m127783) HM
46Florida, Broward County, Hollywood — Central Arcade1936-38 Hollywood Boulevard — Historic Downtown Landmark —
On Hollywood Boulevard (State Road 820) east of South 20th Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
Built in 1923 by Bastian Construction for professional offices, the building was occupied by Dentist Arthur Kellner, Hollywood's mayor in the 1930s, and Karlberg Studios Photographer. In the late 1990s to early 2000, the Hollywood Boulevard Theater . . . Map (db m99737) HM
47Florida, Broward County, Hollywood — Council Oak Tree
Near U.S. 441 at Stirling Road (State Road 848), on the right when traveling south.
The Council Oak Tree Site reflects the Seminole Tribe of Florida's growth over the years and stands as a symbol of strength and stability. The Council Oak Tree was the site of the meetings that led to the creation of the Seminole Tribe of Florida . . . Map (db m100134) HM
48Florida, Broward County, Hollywood — Hammerstein House
On Polk Street east of North 16th Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
The Hammerstein House, designed in the Tropical Modern style by Bayard Lukens in 1935, was the home of Vera and Clarence Hammerstein. The interior of the house has beautiful detailed archways, ceilings, and floors which includes the use of . . . Map (db m99736) HM
49Florida, Broward County, Hollywood — Hollywood Publishing Company/Hollywood News Building1934 Hollywood Boulevard — Historic Downtown Landmark —
On Hollywood Boulevard east of South 20th Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
The building was built by J.W. Young in 1925 as the new home for the Hollywood Land and Water Company's publishing business. The Toggery Shop Men's Wear was on the ground floor, east side. In 1934, James Breeding converted the building into a drug . . . Map (db m99738) HM
50Florida, Broward County, Hollywood — Joe's Tropical Café1928 Hollywood Boulevard — Historic Downtown Landmark —
On Hollywood Boulevard (State Road 820) east of South 20th Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
From 1927 through the 1940s, the Menis Family operated Joe's Tropical Café, a popular restaurant, in this building.Map (db m99820) HM
51Florida, Broward County, Hollywood — Melina's2010 Hollywood Boulevard — Historic Downtown Landmark —
On Hollywood Boulevard (State Road 820) east of South 21st Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
Initially in other locations, Melina Tomich's shop sold children's wear. In 1946, Melina built the shop here at 2010 Hollywood Boulevard branching into ladies' wear, in particular lingerie. Today, Melina's is the oldest continually operated family . . . Map (db m99735) HM
52Florida, Broward County, Hollywood — Morse Arcade1926 Hollywood Boulevard — Historic Downtown Landmark —
On Hollywood Boulevard (State Road 820) east of South 20th Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
The Morse Arcade was built in 1923 by Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Morse, an arcade was an early mall with a variety of shops & offices. In 1927, it was the home of Hollywood's first library.Map (db m99790) HM
53Florida, Broward County, Hollywood — Wellons & McGowan1930-32 Hollywood Boulevard — Historic Downtown Landmark —
On Hollywood Boulevard (State Road 820) east of South 20th Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
Prohibition ended in 1933. In the mid-1930s, when gambling was legal on Hollywood Boulevard, Wellons & McGowan held a license for slot machines at this address. Shortly after that, it was acquired by Breeding's for a liquor store.Map (db m99788) HM
54Florida, Broward County, Pompano Beach — A History of Hillsboro Inlet Park
Near North Ocean Boulevard (Florida Route A1A) near Bay Drive, on the right when traveling north.
One of the most historic locations in Pompano Beach, the Hillsboro inlet was given its name by surveyor William de Brahm in the early 1870's. The name honored British aristocrat Lord Wills Hill, the Earl of Hillsborough. It is not clear how the . . . Map (db m213478) HM
55Florida, Broward County, Pompano Beach — Indian Mound Park
Near Hibiscus Avenue at Southeast 13th Street.
Bird Sanctuary This mound was constructed as a place for ceremonial burial by prehistoric Indians about the year 1300 A.D.- It is believed that they were ancestors of the tribe known as the "TEQUESTA INDIANS" Given to the people of Pompano . . . Map (db m128278) HM
56Florida, Broward County, Pompano Beach — F-849 — Pompano Beach Indian Mound
On Hibiscus Avenue, 0.1 miles west of State Road A1A, on the right when traveling north.
Side One: The Pompano Beach Indian Mound is a prehistoric sand burial mound that was used by the Tequesta tribe and their ancestors for burial of their dead. Located nearby was their associated village and midden dating as far back as AD . . . Map (db m100403) HM
57Florida, Broward County, Pompano Beach — F-491 — Silver Thatch Mounted Beach Patrol
On North Riverside Drive at Colony Club Road, on the right when traveling north on North Riverside Drive.
The recreation area encompassed by Colony Club Road, during World War II (1941-1945), was the site of the corrals and paddocks for the United States Coast Guard’s Silver Thatch Mounted Beach Patrol. The mounted beach patrol protected the coast from . . . Map (db m127514) HM
58Florida, Broward County, Pompano Beach — F-991 — The Pompano Colored School
On Northwest 7th Terrace at Northwest 6th Street, in the median on Northwest 7th Terrace.
(Side 1) The first school for Pompano Beach’s African American students was a two-room wooden building that was destroyed in the 1926 Great Miami hurricane. Classes were held in the Psalters Temple AME Church until a new schoolhouse could . . . Map (db m137400) HM
 
 
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Feb. 6, 2023