“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 Fort George Island, 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 (234) Baker County, FL (17) Clay County, FL (116) Nassau County, FL (54) St. Johns County, FL (415)  DuvalCounty(234) Duval County (234)  BakerCounty(17) Baker County (17)  ClayCounty(116) Clay County (116)  NassauCounty(54) Nassau County (54)  St.JohnsCounty(415) St. Johns County (415)
Fort George Island is in Duval County
      Duval County (234)  
      Baker County (17)  
      Clay County (116)  
      Nassau County (54)  
      St. Johns County (415)  
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1Florida (Duval County), Fort George Island — F-271 — Fort George Island
Ft. George Island presents a cross-section of the Florida story. Timucuan Indians inhabited this island when French explorer Jean Ribault landed nearby in 1562. A Spanish mission was established here before 1600 to serve the Timucuans. Known to the . . . Map (db m58377) HM
2Florida (Duval County), Fort George Island — Ribault Club Inn
(Upper left plaque) National Register Site Ribault Club Inn 1928 Awarded By Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission (Lower left Plaque) Ribault Club Inn Has Been Placed On The National . . . Map (db m58614) HM
3Florida (Duval County), Fort George Island — F-211 — Site of the Mission of San Juan del Puerto
The establishment of missions chiefly for the purpose of Christianizing the Indian population was one of the methods used by Spain in attempting to colonize Florida in the sixteenth century. The Mission of San Juan del Puerto was founded in the . . . Map (db m21654) HM
4Florida (Duval County), Fort George Island — F-544 — St. George Episcopal Church
St. George Episcopal Church, designed by Robert S. Schuyler and built in 1882, is a fine example of Carpenter Gothic, one of the most distinctive varieties of church architecture. Such churches were promoted by Florida's second bishop, John Freeman . . . Map (db m166854) HM
Jan. 29, 2022