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Government House and the Plaza
in Florida Historical Markers
One of several markers about the Government House.
posted by: Markerman62
date approved: 2/21/2014
last visited: 1/7/2014
Government House: Changing of the Guard
One of several markers around the Government House.
Government House: Legacy of Authority
The English Colony/The Polo Club
One of several markers along Conway Road.
last visited: 1/14/2014
Citrus Industry and Red Hill Groves/Conway School
One of several markers along Conway Rd.
Conway United Methodist Church/Brick Road
Conway First Baptist Church/Fort Gatlin
Martin Luther King Jr.
Roadway commemorating Dr. King.
last visited: 2/18/2014
Hotel Forrest Lake
Along the Sanford waterfront.
Georgetown and Goldsboro
One of several markers along the waterfront in Sanford.
Fort Mellon and Mellonville
Along the waterfront in Sanford.
date approved: 2/20/2014
Grant camped here - Naples, IL
in Illinois Historical Markers
Last stop in Illinois before his Missouri campaign.
posted by: YoSam.
last visited: never
Tribute to supporters - Scott County, IL
Big boulder is tribute to the supporters of the county during the great flood of 1993.
Maxwell Kennedy - Rushville, IL
Founded a college and it closed when he passed.
From this spot - Abraham Lincoln - Rushville, IL
Boulder, next to the gazebo, marks where Lincoln spoke in Rushville.
Sanford's First Residents
Along Sanford's waterfront
Citrus to Celery
Along the waterfront in Sanford
Recast marker in downtown Sanford commemorating the founding of Rollins College.
In Speer Grove Park.
Sanford Railroad Historical Data
In downtown Sanford.
Site of Fort Mellon
Located on the shores of Lake Monroe.
Speer Grove Park
On Melonville Ave in Sanford.
St. Mary's Missionary Baptist Church/Datson Dairy
Stephen Arnold Douglas - Winchester, IL
Old marker in roadside park on old US 36
date approved: 2/18/2014
First Sunday School Convention - Winchester, IL
The great trial of Mr. Paxson's life - his stammering speech - had now become almost unendurable to him. He wanted to speak fluently and with effect in behalf of the work so dear to his heart. He began to think of attempting a cure.
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