by Chloe Medina Listening to former student Natalie Karas speak about architectural conservation in Dr. Keys’ Historic Preservation class was both insightful and stimulating. Natalie demonstrated types of building materials used […]
by Danielle Dunham Saint Augustine’s 450th anniversary celebration hosted a variety of events, shows, and presentation celebrating the town’s rich historical presence and community. Among fireworks, concert shows, and the […]
by Wynnie Fahey The Menorcan Cultural Society presentation at the Gazebo Stage on Saturday, September 5, 2015 at 4:50pm was an informative event about Menorcan history and Menorcans in St. […]
We’ve been awarded a grant from the American Library Association and National Endowment for the Humanities to offer programming on Latino American history. Throughout the 2015-2016 academic year, we will screen episodes of the documentary Latino Americans: […]
by Kelly Enright, PhD On Saturday, February 28, students in History 340: Disney in American Culture went on a tour of the Magic Kingdom. As we posed for this picture, […]
Join us at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum!
Volunteer to help clean and preserve Tolomato Cemetery this Saturday 10 to 1. No experience necessary. You can let them know you’re coming by commenting on their Facebook Page–or simply […]
On Friday April 5th, students from Flagler’s Archaeology Club hosted an elegant Titanic-themed dinner. Formal table settings, complete with dainty tea cups, truly set the mood inside the dining hall. […]
500th Anniversary of the Discovery of Florida to be Commemorated in St. Augustine with Juan Ponce de León Día de Fiesta April 3, 2013, marks the 500th anniversary of the discovery […]
Join the Archaeology Club for an historical dining experience!