“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Bayport, Florida

Clickable Map of Duval County, Florida and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Duval County, FL (238) Baker County, FL (41) Clay County, FL (116) Nassau County, FL (55) St. Johns County, FL (422)  DuvalCounty(238) Duval County (238)  BakerCounty(41) Baker County (41)  ClayCounty(116) Clay County (116)  NassauCounty(55) Nassau County (55)  St.JohnsCounty(422) St. Johns County (422)
Jacksonville is the county seat for Duval County
Bayport is in Duval County
      Duval County (238)  
      Baker County (41)  
      Clay County (116)  
      Nassau County (55)  
      St. Johns County (422)  
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1Florida (Duval County), Bayport — French Huguenots in North America
Side 1: This marker commemorates the French Huguenot landing near this site on May 1, 1562, and their lives as colonists on the land until 1565. Hoping to escape religious persecution in Western Europe, the Huguenots set sail to this . . . Map (db m120345) HM
2Florida (Hernando County), Bayport — F-915 — Bayport in the Civil War/The Battle of Bayport
(side 1) Bayport in the Civil War Bayport was a shallow-water gulf port town in the 1850s. The town was designated the Hernando County Seat and a port of delivery by Congress in 1854. Before the Civil War, the port shipped lumber cut . . . Map (db m110440) HM
3Florida (Hernando County), Bayport — F-789 — Bayport's Early Historic Period/Post Civil War Era
Bayport's Early Historic Period During the First Spanish Period (1565-1763) Florida served as a military defense port. In 1763, under British control, agricultural commerce became important. Control of Florida returned to Spain in 1783. In . . . Map (db m93297) HM
4Florida (Hernando County), Bayport — F-788 — The Bayport Area Before Human Occupation/Bayport's First People
(side 1) The Bayport Area Before Human Occupation The fossilized remains of many prehistoric animals and plants are buried in the Bayport area. During the Eocene Period, 45 million years ago (MYA), the Gulf covered this region. . . . Map (db m93296) HM
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Nov. 27, 2022