The St. John’s River valley has been an historic grazing area since the introduction of the Spanish Andalusian cattle into Florida in the 1500’s. Cattle from the central Florida area were often gathered for drives to the port of . . . — — Map (db m145861) HM
The Second Seminole Indian War, 1837-1841 was fought by the United States to drive the Seminole Indians from the peninsula of Florida. From his main base at Fort Mellon (Sanford) on Lake Monroe General Jesup, Army of the South Commander, proposed . . . — — Map (db m93012) HM
Here, where the St. Johns River emerges from near-by Lake Harney, stands a shell mound complex significant to the history and pre-history of Seminole County. The mound has been examined by anthropologists Daniel Britton in the . . . — — Map (db m93040) HM
The First United Methodist Church of Geneva was organized November 17, 1877 as the Lake Harney Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church South. The first meeting was held in the log school house west of the Geneva Cemetery, others . . . — — Map (db m181931) HM
In honor of all veterans and their families who serve the armed forces of the United States of America, at home and abroad, to protect our country’s values, freedoms and defend democracy around the world.
Your heroism and loyalty will be . . . — — Map (db m181936) WM