“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 Havana, Florida

Clickable Map of Gadsden 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> Gadsden County, FL (27) Calhoun County, FL (8) Jackson County, FL (34) Leon County, FL (107) Liberty County, FL (2) Decatur County, GA (41) Grady County, GA (5) Seminole County, GA (7)  GadsdenCounty(27) Gadsden County (27)  CalhounCounty(8) Calhoun County (8)  JacksonCounty(34) Jackson County (34)  LeonCounty(107) Leon County (107)  LibertyCounty(2) Liberty County (2)  DecaturCountyGeorgia(41) Decatur County (41)  GradyCounty(5) Grady County (5)  SeminoleCounty(7) Seminole County (7)
Quincy is the county seat for Gadsden County
Havana is in Gadsden County
      Gadsden County (27)  
      Calhoun County (8)  
      Jackson County (34)  
      Leon County (107)  
      Liberty County (2)  
      Decatur County, Georgia (41)  
      Grady County, Georgia (5)  
      Seminole County, Georgia (7)  
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1Florida (Gadsden County), Havana — F-306 — Dr. Malcolm Nicholson Home
Located just north of this point is the Dr. Malcolm Nicholson Plantation Home. Built in the 1820's, it is one of the oldest remaining structures in Gadsden County. It is a one-story Gulf coast Cottage, with end-gables and a built-in porch. It rests . . . Map (db m157927) HM
2Florida (Gadsden County), Havana — Old Spanish TrailSouthern Borderland Trunkline — Havana, Florida —
The town of Havana was incorporated in 1906. Havana came into existence as a result of the construction of the Georgia, Florida and Alabama Railroad. The advent of the automobile demanded an expansion and improvement of roads… …and the Old . . . Map (db m188556) HM
3Florida (Gadsden County), Havana — Vickers Cemetery
The earliest families in this private cemetery are those of Joshua and Martha Vickers and Bryant and Frances Vickers. It is believed that the first burial was in 1845. The oldest remaining marker is that of Rite Sanders, who died in 1866. The . . . Map (db m110894) HM
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Oct. 4, 2022