From the natural evolution of Florida to the discovery by Ponce de Leon, the founding of St. Augustine by Pedro Menendez in 1565 and through the Flagler era in the late 1800's . . . Historic St. Augustine details the history of the "Nation's Oldest City" and tells the story of it's struggle for it's survival.
What to do and what to see in the "Nations Oldest City" . . . Featuring a short capsule of the city's colorful history, along with annual climatic conditions, and a video tour of the city's numerous attractions. Makes a great orientation tool for both visitors and new residents.
The story of the St. Augustine Lighthouse featuring the evolution of a lighthouse - documentation of early navigational aids - the lighthouse archaeological marine program and the story of the light keepers and their families. Take a trip to the top of the 165 foot tower, see the light keeper's house, the museum...and the story of their restoration.
Take a trip down the Suwannee Canal, through the heart of south Georgia's Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge... enjoy the cypress islands, the open marshes, the winding trails... and get to know the creatures of the Okefenokee in their natural habitat - aligators, turtles, ibis, egrets, herons, sand hill cranes and much more.
Based on the book of the same name by John Koblas, it's the story of the controversial "Ninth Man" - Bill Stiles, who, in 1913 claimed to be "in" on the Northfield Bank raid that occurred in Northfield Minnesota in 1876 with the James Gang that included the Younger brothers. Many believe he had been shot dead in the dusty streets of Northfield following the robbery attempt. Who then was Bill Stiles - was he telling the truth????
The gateway to Cumberland Island Seashore, St. Marys is a quaint, serene and friendly town with a rich history - the natural beauty of Cumberland Island, playground of the Carnegie family, is a must see.
Take an aerial video tour with us, from Ponte Vedra and the Guana River State Park at the north end of St. Johns County, south along the shoreline to St. Augustine Beach, across the Bridge of Lions and over the downtown area.
You’ll see the St. Augustine Lighthouse, the Historic Flagler buildings, the Castillo de San Marcos, the Mission of Nombre de Dios and other historic sites from a totally different perspective.
On the Saturday before Thanksgiving each year, the flip of a switch fills every corner of the Old City with dazzling, tiny white lights, transforming St. Augustine into an enchanted city of light. Never before seen, the aerial views at dusk highlight the program. Also included - The British Night Watch ceremony.
The first National Shrine of the Greek Orthodox Church in North America. The chapel commemorates the first colony of Greeks to arrive in North America in 1768 Narrated by Alexander Scourby, this program offers an insight into Greek strife & life in the mid to latter half, of the 18th century.
+ Historic St. Augustine
+ Okefenokee - "Land of the Trembling Earth"
+ Historic St. Marys, Georgia
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