Peek into 1870s St. Augustine with this article, which is part fiction / part travel guide.
Visit and learn about Civil Rights destinations in St. Augustine
African slave, Haitian revolutionary, Spanish general, and Florida's only black caudillo. When Jorge Biassou arrived in St. Augustine in 1796, he was already a legend in his own time.
The story of the first public high school for Black students in St. Augustine.
A railroad and oil magnate who laid claim to Florida's east coast.
The National Parks Service's official guide to Fort Matanzas National Monument.
The first destination of the Underground Railroad was here in St. Augustine.
An African Conquistador who passed through La Florida.
Hailed as the 'father' of St. Augustine's Civil Rights Movement, Robert B. Hayling was a dentist, activist, and father. His dental office had the first integrated waiting room in the city.
In seven short weeks, Zora Neale Hurston wrote the most popular novel in African-American literature, Their Eyes Were Watching God (1937). Her worldly travels brought her in and out of St. Augustine.
1915 Motor Age Magazine article about St. Augustine's history.
IntroductionSouvenir of St. Augustine Under Three Flags: A Pictoral History of Fort Marion was published "under the Auspices of the Historical Society in St. Augusti...
A historic Episcopal Church in the Lincolnville Neighborhood of St. Augustine.
A historic Methodist church with a long story and thriving congregation.
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