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 […]

2nd Seminole/Creek War on the Apalachicola River, FL

U.S. regular and militia forces battled bands of refugee Creek warriors engaged in a bloody war for survival along Florida’s Apalachicola River in 1836-1843.  The following full-length program from Two Egg TV features a discussion by historian and author Dale Cox recorded at the Apalachicola Arsenal & Conference Center in Chattahoochee, FL. To watch other […]