New Illustrated Flagler County Book
by Sisco Deen

Sisco Deen, archive curator for the Flagler County Historical Society Museum and vice-chairman for the 2017 Flagler County Centennial Commission, is a local historian and retired military officer.  He has gathered early photographs from personal collections and a variety of institutions to exhibit the development of Flagler County, which marks its 100-year existence in 2017

His book may be purchased on line here.




Curator and historian for the Flagler County Historical Society is presented with The Citizenship Medal and certificate by Randall Morris of the Sons of the American Revolution and David Kelsey, Sr. during the book signing of Sisco Deen's new illustrated history in September 2017.   Publisher Arcadia produced Sisco Deen's new work with excellent, high quality illustrations showing the early settlers, and present day Flagler County.  It is now a valuable edition to the records of Flagler collected by Sisco and presented at the Holden House Annex in Bunnell Florida.

Flagler County officials, City Officials, and members of the Historical Group honored and congratulated Sisco on his excellent edition to our records as held within the Holden House Annex.  Copies of the book may be obtained at many locations.  More information from the Flagler County Historical Society.