Musket firings, historians & book signings today!

Two Egg TV’s first annual Seminole War Symposium is off and running! Today’s (Saturday’s) events will all take place at the Clark Barn 7 minutes north of Grand Ridge on FL-69. Activities will begin at 9 a.m. with historian Dr. Joe Knesch’s presentation “Jackson 1818” which will focus on Andrew Jackson’s 1818 invasion of Northwest […]

Three historians to speak this weekend!

Three Florida historians will speak on Saturday at Two Egg TV’s first Seminole War Symposium. The focus will be on Andrew Jackson’s 1818 invasion of Florida and Native American resistance to it. The symposium gets underway on Friday at 1:30 p.m. CDT/2:30 p.m. EDT with the School of the Seminole/Creek Indian at The Clark Barn in […]

Seminole War Symposium set in Jackson County & Chattahoochee!

Two Egg TV is joining with with Chattahoochee Main Street, Blue Heron’s Creek Hunting Camp, Dr. Joe Knetsch, Dr. Brian Rucker, Dale Cox and The Clark Barn for a 200th anniversary Symposium on the First Seminole War. The event will take place on Friday, April 27th, and Saturday, April 28th. Friday’s activities include the first ever […]

New Program: Fort Gadsden turns 200!

This week marks the 200th anniversary of the building of Fort Gadsden at Prospect Bluff on Florida’s Apalachicola River. Two Egg TV is marking the occasion with the release of our new program Fort Gadsden: American Power in Spanish Florida: To learn more about the British occupation of Prospect Bluff during the War of 1812 and […]

Finding Fort Hughes: New Program Now Available!

Two Egg TV’s new program – “Finding Fort Hughes” – has been released! You can watch it on our Roku channel by adding the “Two Egg TV” app to your Roku device, or you can watch it right here: To learn more about the history of the fort, please consider Dale Cox’s book Fort Scott, Fort Hughes […]

Remains of Fort Hughes FOUND in Bainbridge, Georgia!

Brian Mabelitini, an archaeologist from the University of South Carolina, has found traces of the log walls of Fort Hughes in Bainbridge, Georgia. The remarkable discovery came more than 200 years after the U.S. Army evacuated the fort, which once stood at what is now the J.D. Chason Memorial Park. On hand to help with […]

Vacapachasie: Black Seminole chief in Jackson County, Florida

The story of the maroons or “Black Seminoles” is one of the most interesting in Florida history. Maroons were escaped slaves. Slavery was against the law in Spanish Florida for much of its colonial history. In fact, the first American “Underground Railroad” ran south, not north.  African slaves from the Carolinas slipped south through the […]

Chattahoochee ready for Major Reenactment!

Chattahoochee is setting up for a major event next weekend (Dec. 1-2) at River Landing Park. Seminole/Creek War era reenactors from across the country will begin arriving in town as soon as Tuesday. The living history event is being held to commemorate the first days of the Seminole Wars, when began 200 years ago this […]

Chattahoochee kicks off 200th anniversary of Scott Massacre of 1817

Chattahoochee Main Street and the City of Chattahoochee have officially kicked off the 200th anniversary commemoration of the Scott Massacre of 1817. This battle was the first U.S. defeat of the Seminole Wars and took place at what is now River Landing Park in Chattahoochee. A large force of Red Stick Creek, Seminole, Miccosukee and […]

Milly Francis: Life & Times of a real Pocahontas

San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park in St. Marks, Florida, provides the backdrop for historian Dale Cox’s presentation on the life and times  of Milly Francis, the Creek Pocahontas: You can also learn more about Milly Francis by visiting www.exploresouthernhistory.com/millyfrancis.html or by reading Dale Cox’s book – Milly Francis: The Life & Times of […]