Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member overrover
N 28° 21.349 W 080° 44.004
17R E 526126 N 3136647
Quick Description: Commemorating the trail used during the Seminole War to connect forts along the East Coast.
Location: Florida, United States
Date Posted: 7/17/2006 9:17:40 PM
Waymark Code: WMHMF
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member tiki-4
Views: 51

Long Description:
One half mile to the west ran the Hernandez Trail used during the Seminole War. It connected forts along the East Coast to Ft. Dallas in Miami and across from Ft. Pierce and Ft. Capron to Ft. Brooke near Tampa. Brig. General Joseph M. Hernandez, born 1792 in St. Augustine, served as the first delegate to Congress and held a number of positions of importance in the Territory of East Florida. In 1837 under orders from General Thomas S. Jesup, he captured Indian Chief Osceola.
Marker Number: F-69

Date: 1962

County: Brevard

Marker Type: Roadside

Sponsored or placed by: Florida Board of Parks & Historic Memorials In Cooperation With Philip Perry Chapter D.A.R.

Website: Not listed

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