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Historic Sites in New Port Richey, FL

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Seven Springs

New Port Richey, FL

Early residents of this area were Samuel H. Stevenson and his wife, Elizabeth, who believed in the therapeutic benefi... hmdb.org

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This historical society houses an abundant collection of research resources. americanheritage.com

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The Tarpon Springs Cultural Center, built in 1915 as the City’s first City Hall, hosts a variety of cultural ac... museumsusa.org

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Moon Lake Gardens Stone Barn

New Port Richey, FL

Constructed of native limerock in the early 1930s, this stone barn is one remaining structure of Ed Haley's Moon Lake... hmdb.org

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Craig Park War Memorial

Tarpon Springs, FL

World War I, World War II, Korean and Vietnam War. (lists of names) hmdb.org

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Oelsner Mound

Port Richey, FL

This Indian mound is all that remains of a late Weeden Island period community, probably settled about A.D. 1000 and ... hmdb.org

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Elfers

Elfers, FL

Side 1 Once an Indian hunting ground called "Alafia," this area was surveyed by Samuel Hope in the 1840's and was suc... hmdb.org

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A church and cemetery were established here in the 1880s. Stephen P. Douglas, who died in 1889, is the earliest marke... hmdb.org

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This burial ground was established by the family of Isaac W. and Amanda Hudson who settled the Hudson community, orig... hmdb.org

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Odessa

Odessa, FL

Odessa was named by Peter Demens, the developer of the Orange Belt Railway, in 1888. An emigrant from Russia, he name... hmdb.org

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Formerly located on Washington Street, this first permanent home for the parish was dedicated on March 9, 1919, altho... hmdb.org

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Mc Neil Homestead 1882

New Port Richey, FL

This plat of land (Section 6, Township 26S, Range 17E) was surveyed in January 1847 for the newly formed state of Flo... hmdb.org

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Sims Park

New Port Richey, FL

Originally named Enchantment Park, it was renamed December 16, 1924, to honor George R Sims, early developer of New P... hmdb.org

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Built 1914 of limerock white brick faced with red clay brick, this oldest two-story building of such construction in ... hmdb.org

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Samuel and Elizabeth Pinder Baker built this "Cracker" house in 1882. A sponge hooker of mariner lineage who owned la... hmdb.org

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As part of the Baillie Settlement, a congregation of Methodists and Baptists established a Union Church and cemetery ... hmdb.org

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Marker Front: The Gulf waters off the west coast of Florida north of Tampa Bay comprise one of the few areas of the w... hmdb.org

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Pine Hill Cemetery

Port Richey, FL

This burial ground was established in 1916 by ladies of the New Port Richey Civic Club in a 2.2 acre site donated by ... hmdb.org

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Dupree Gardens

Land O Lakes, FL

Developed by Tampa Attorney J. Wm. Dupree, the gardens opened to the public on December 1, 1940. The attraction consi... hmdb.org

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(side 1) Ehren African American Community The Ehren Pine Company sawmill employed a large number of local African Ame... hmdb.org

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