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Florida Department of State, Division of Historical Resources

DHR LogoThe Florida Department of State’s Division of Historical Resources (DHR) is responsible for preserving and promoting Florida’s historical, archaeological, and folk culture resources. DHR directs historic preservation efforts throughout the state in cooperation with state and federal agencies, local governments, private organizations, and individuals. The director of DHR serves as the State Historic Preservation Officer, acting as the liaison with the national historic preservation program conducted by the National Park Service. DHR is comprised of two Bureaus or major program areas: archaeological research and historic preservation.

For more information, contact:     Division of Historical Resources
  R.A. Gray Building
  500 S. Bronough Street
  Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250
  Phone: 850.245.6300 


Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Preserve America Grants Program

Preserve America logoThis material is based upon work assisted by a Preserve America grant from the Department of the Interior, National Park Service.  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of the Interior.

For more information, contact:  State, Tribal, and Local Plans & Grants Division
  National Park Service
  1849 C Street Northwest (7360)
  Washington, DC 20240
  Phone: 202.354.2020


Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida State Parks, Ichetucknee Springs State Park   

Florida State Parks logoThe crystalline Ichetucknee River flows six miles through shaded hammocks and wetlands before it joins the Santa Fe River. In 1972, the head spring of the river was declared a National Natural Landmark by the U. S. Department of the Interior.

For more information, contact:   Ichetucknee Springs State Park
  12087 SW US Highway 27
  Fort White, FL 32038
  Phone: 386.497.4690


City of St. Augustine

City of St. Augustine CrestFounded in 1565, St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied settlement of European and African-American origin in the United States. Forty-two years before the English colonized Jamestown and fifty-five years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, the Spanish established at St. Augustine this nation's first enduring European settlement.

For more information, contact:    St. Augustine Visitor Information Center
  10 S. Castillo Drive
  St. Augustine, FL 32084
  Phone: 904.825.1000

University of Florida, Historic St. Augustine

University of Florida, Historic St. AugustineThe University of Florida Historic St. Augustine initiative is a UF direct support organization created to ensure the long-term preservation and interpretation of state-owned historic properties in St. Augustine.

For more information, contact:     Government House Museum
  48 King Street
  St. Augustine, FL 32084
  Phone: 904.823.2212

Florida National Guard, St. Francis Barracks

Florida National Guard LogoThe Florida National Guard traces its heritage back to 1565, the year the Spanish founders of St. Augustine organized their first company of citizen-soldiers. Florida’s militia has defended local communities for over 450 years.

For more information, contact:  St. Francis Barracks
  Public Affairs Office
  82 Marine Street
  St. Augustine, FL 32084
  Phone: 904.823.0166