Sneads landmarks named to National Register of Historic Places

The director of the National Park Service announced today that the historic Sneads Town Pump and log Community Building have been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The application that led to the recognition was prepared by Andrew Waber of the Florida Division of Historical Resources with support from Connie Butts, the Sneads […]

Indian mound restoration nears completion in Chattahoochee, Florida

Restoration of a destroyed prehistoric Indian mound is nearing completion at River Landing Park in Chattahoochee, Florida. The original mound was built by prehistoric Native Americans more than 1,000 years ago. Unfortunately, it was all but destroyed  when a previous owner of the property used a bulldozer to level it. The site is now owned […]

Riding the Apalachicola River with Capt. Gill

Join us for a journey through the estuary of the Apalachicola River with Capt. Gill Autrey: You can learn more about Capt. Gill’s River Cruises by visiting  www.captgill.com. Here are some additional photos from our cruise on the lower Apalachicola River: If you would like to see more about historic Apalachicola, Florida, click below for […]

WTVY features Two Egg, Florida! (Video)

WTVY-TV featured Two Egg in Part One of their special “What’s in a name?” series!  Kimberly Hyde did a great job with the story and TwoEgg.TV was pleased to help coordinate her visit. Here’s the complete story. Just click play to watch:     Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Reddit

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 […]

Chattahoochee begins restoration of lost Indian mound

The Florida city of Chattahoochee is bringing back a lost part of its culture and landscape. The first loads of dirt have been brought in to begin the restoration of a prehistoric Native American mound that was destroyed more than 30 years ago. Restoration of the lost mound was recommended by Dr. Nancy White, PhD, […]