|Turner Bungalow - Update 10/14|
|Speaking of History - Sept. 2014|
|Prehistoric Canoe Update -- May 2014|
|Women of the Florida Frontier|
|Rediscovering the Ultimate Florida Road Trip - Lecture|
|Fossils in Boca Ciega Park|
|"Finding the Fountain of Youth" - Illustrated Lecture|
|"Documenting Florida's Environment"|
|Images of Madeira and John's Pass|
|"Viva FL 500" event at Heritage Village|
|"Largo" - a pictorial history book|
|"Maria Velasquez: Conquistadora ~ 1528"|
Landed in Pinellas County in 1529 with Narvaez army
|Equal Pay for a Classroom Day - History Lecture|
|"Nelson Poynter: His Legacy in the American Century"|
A discussion of his contribution to the community as a journalist, concerned citizen and unabashed promoter of St. Petersburg and Pinellas County.
|Helen Gandy O'Brien|
An illustrated interview about the Driftwood community & and her grandfather, George S. Gandy, who built the bridge across the bay to Tampa.
|Dr. Mary Safford - Tarpon Springs, FL 1887|
Dr. Elizabeth Coachman recreates Dr. Mary Jane Safford, one of the first female doctors in Florida and one of the early pioneers of Tarpon Springs.
|For the Love of Weedon - Part 1 of 2|
A celebration of Weedon Island, from its rich prehistoric and historic heritage to its current use as a preserve for our education / recreation.
|For the Love of Weedon - Part 2 of 2|
Discover all that this special place means to the many diverse groups that have walked its land.
|Ancient Pinellas (Full Program - 35 mins)|
Learn about the Pleistocene Epoch fossils found in Pinellas County and the ancient Native American presence here.
|Pt. 1, "Pinellas by the Decades" series|
"1842-1911...From Punta Pinal to Peerless Pinellas," examines this period of early settlement along the Pinellas Peninsula.
|Pt. 2, "Pinellas by the Decades"|
The period between 1912 and 1921 in the presentation entitled, "Independence, New Challenges, and New Opportunities."
|Pt. 3 - Pinellas by the Decades|
Although much of the real estate boom took place in St. Petersburg, ripples of economic activity covered the entire county.
|Pt. 4 / Pinellas by the Decades 1932-1941|
The land boom stalled and stopped in Florida; the Great Depression had strangled the nation at the end of the 1920s.
|Pt. 5 - Pinellas by the Decades (1:01)|
Although tourism languished, frenzied activity covered Pinellas County during World War II.
|Pt. 6 - Pinellas by the Decades / 1952 - 1961|
The urbanization that transformed Pinellas County during the 1950s as developments replaced old groves and farmlands.
|Pt. 7 - Pinellas by the Decades 1962-1971|
The civil rights movement led to challenges to desegregate schools, businesses, and public accommodations.
|Pt. 8 - Pinellas by the Decades 1972-1981|
Municipal boundaries continued to expand as the Tampa Bay region became a popular area for tourism and settlement.
|Pt. 9 - Pinellas by the Decades 1982-1991|
During this decade, many new bridges -- physical and social -- spanned the county and across Tampa Bay.
|Pt. 10 - Pinellas by the Decades / 1991-2012|
The concluding edition of this series looks at significant themes from earlier presentations and considers issues facing Pinellas County ahead.
|Pinellas by the Decades - lecture series promo|
Intro to the 10-part lecture series, "Pinellas by the Decades: A Centennial Celebration.""
|Prehistoric Canoe Update - Sept. 2011|
A status report on the artifact excavated at Weedon Island Preserve.
|Canoe - 1,100 Years Old - Excavated 3/1/11|
Follows the actual final excavation of the artifact from the shore of Weedon Island Preserve.
|Prehistoric Canoe Found at Weedon Island Preserve|
The preliminary examination of the artifact in 2007 before it was reburied for future excavation.
|Heritage Village - Music Tour Video|
Scenes of Heritage Village set to music
|Pioneers of Pinellas|
Documentary profile of some of the original non-native families that settled in Pinellas County.
|Fort De Soto Park - Old Fort Preservation|
A look at the fort after preservation renovations in 2011
|Hurricane History of Pinellas County|
Most residents have never experienced an actual direct hit of a hurricane in Pinellas County - the last one having occurred in 1921.
Presentation about pioneer life and Henry Scharrer, who homesteaded Caladesi Island in the late 1800's
|"Early Footprints in the Sand" - Lecture|
|SPEAKING OF HISTORY series - "1968 FL Teacher Strike"|
|Country Jubilee 2013|
|Historic Preservation Summit: Pinellas County Florida|
|Historical Reflections along Mirror Lake / Heritage Village Lecture|
|Heritage Village Speaking of History Lecture Series. "1925 Florida State League Championship"|