The program will provide loan funding and allows for loan forgiveness.
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Fernandina celebrates history – from the 1970s to the present
Friends of the Library is sponsoring a screening of “Carvalho’s Journey” on August 25, 2016, with an optional dinner to follow at Café Karibo.
Take a few minutes while enjoying your 4th of July holiday and silently thank the patriots who signed the Declaration of Independence; It’s not much to ask for the price they paid.
During the American Revolution the British offered freedom to enslaved blacks who fled to British camps, but there was often a catch.
Special guest Greg Parsons, Curator at the Camp Blanding Museum and Memorial Park, will discuss the fascinating history of Camp Blanding.
Joshua Goodman will discuss the value of Fernandina’s Death and Burial Records for studying genealogy and the history of public health in Florida.
The writers searched the South vitually bellying up to significantly historic bars looking for the most unique and authentic experiences.
Historic Fernandina Beach Hotel To Be Featured in New General Motors Magazine
Museum of History gives back by offering free admission, along with an awesome array of family activities, including face painting, music, games, hands on learning activities and more.
Plans are underway with the Amelia Island Museum of History to have a series of events celebrating Peck High next February during African-American History Month.
Fernandina Beach’s beachfront development was identified in the City’s 2011 Reconnaissance-Level Architectural Survey.
Dr. Ashley is Coordinator of Archaeological Research and an adjunct in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of North Florida.
The West Nassau Historical Society will dedicate the official state historical marker on March 14 at the Kings Ferry Boat Ramp in Nassau County, Florida.