Remember St. Joseph: Is yellow fever returning to Florida?

More than 175 years have passed since a dreaded illness called yellow fever all but wiped Florida’s largest city from the face of the map. Now a South Florida newspaper is warning that the “yellow jack” could be on its way back. The Sun-Sentinel reported on Sunday (5/6/2018) that fears are growing that a yellow fever […]

Battle for Fort Mims (Documentary)

Enjoy our new documentary Battle for Fort Mims; Watch this documentary free on your television by searching for “Battle for Fort Mims” at Amazon Prime on your Roku, Amazon Fire Stick or Smart TV. Fort Mims State Historic Site is located at 1813 Fort Mims Rd, Stockton, AL 36579. Please see the map below for directions. […]

The Spirit of the Spring: A Legend of Love at Jackson Blue Spring

The following is a legend that was handed down by earliest settlers of Jackson County. The story took place long before the first Spaniard set foot in Florida and on Blue Springs near Marianna. The spectacular natural fountain is the only first magnitude spring in the entire Chipola River Basin. The state and most divers […]

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 […]

Robinson’s Sugar Mill is a forgotten landmark of early Jackson County

The woods just north of Blue Hole Spring at Florida Caverns State Park hide the ruins of what is likely the oldest masonry structure in Jackson County, Florida. The Robinson Sugar Mill dates from the earliest days of American settlement in the county, a time when sugar was a major industry and Jackson County’s major […]

Catch Gold Fever in Dahlonega, Georgia

Dahlonega is a quaint and historic city in the edge of the North Georgia mountains. It was here that an assayer first proclaimed that “Thar’s gold in them thar hills!” The beautiful mountain country around Dahlonega was the scene of America’s first gold rush! Click play to learn more about the city in this report […]

Covered Bridge Trail in Blount County, Alabama

The Blount County Covered Bridge Trail is a self-guided driving tour to three charming and historic covered bridges. Click play to enjoy: The Covered Bridge Trail is just a short distance north of the Birmingham metro area. The ideal place to begin your tour is in the county seat of Oneonta. From there, drive about […]

Two Egg T-shirts & books for Christmas!

We are asked from time to time if Two Egg, Florida t-shirts and other items are available. The answer is yes! Just pick from the items below by scrolling down and clicking on the one that you would like to order! They will be delivered in plenty of time for Christmas:   Facebook Twitter Google+ […]


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