The area known as  Flagler County has lived under many flags

We live in an area rich in history.  What is designated as Flagler County today is one of the oldest settled areas in the United States.  Much work has been accomplished by local historians, groups, and writers to document the rich background of where we live. Flagler County has a remarkable selection of preserved historical sites and places to visit.  This includes work by the Friends of the Library of Flagler County who in 2001 began their "Flagler Memories" project to preserve interviews with our long time residents.
See Flagler Memories Video  videos of Flagler Historic Sites

Internet History sites

Flagler County Historic Roads - a new effort to mark and
identify the historic roadways in Flagler County.

Heritage Crossroads newsletter - current events on our historic roads

Flagler Beach Museum

Florida Agricultural Museum

Flagler Memories - Interviews with leading early citizens

Early Times - History talks by Bill Ryan in Power Point format

Visit Flagler - current events from Flagler Tourism Board

Flagler Parks and Public areas - see a listing with
pictures

Papers written on  Flagler History
Shell Bluff Park - a new park in Western Flagler County

Old Kings Road - historic road thru Flagler County

History of Flagler County - learn about our rich history compiled by Judy Kent

History of early Flagler - by Sisco Deen

Flagler County History
- remarks by Albert J.Hadeed

Flagler County Public Library History  - the formation of our Public Library system

Flagler County Court House History - by Mary Ann Clark

Hernandez family items at Holden House Annex - General Hernandez and Flagler County

In Florida the Underground Railroad ran South.  It did travel on Old Kings Road

Princess Place Preserve "Once upon a time a princess lived here"

MalaCompra Plantation of General Hernandez at Bing's Landing

Matanzas and the massacre of the French

Historic Preservation of MalaCompra Plantation at Bing's Landing in Flagler County

Princess Place Preserve "Once upon a time a princess lived here"

Strawn Orange farm buildings at Florida Agricultural Museum

News Journal Article on Palm Coast and Flagler


Early Archeology of Flagler  by Art Dycke - the latest Society Newsletter

The story of a Spanish Treasure ship and the search for its gold

"The Search for Old Kings Road" history books by local historian Bill Ryan
"I am Grey Eyes - a story of Old Florida"
"Osceola  His Capture and Seminole Legends.

Bulow Gold - a story of Bulow family and plantation.
New painting of what may be Osceola's wife and child


Additional history web links for Flagler County History:
Chas. Lindberg visits Flagler Beach
Scenic and Historic A1A Highway


Flagler Oral History - recordings of sound and life experiences of long-time
Flagler County Residents

Flagler County Families - History and records of early Flagler County Families

A History of Flagler County by Sisco Deen, written for the City of Palm Coast
Historical Society.

A Short History of Flagler Place Names by Sisco Deen

Ancient Indian Middens and places in Flagler County

Library of Congress Veterans History Project in Flagler County - history of our
Flagler veterans for Library of Congress.  CD Rom discs in our library collection.

John Horse, black Seminole leader, and Coacooche, fighters in
the Indian rebellion along Old Kings Road.  Events that changed our history.

Return to Flagler County Historical Society

Return to Friends of the Library