Historical Markers in
Santa Rosa County, Florida

A New Century A-4 Skyhawk A-4C Skyhawk America – A Defender Of Liberty Animals Along the Blackwater River Arcadia Community Arcadia Dam Arcadia Dam and Water Works Arcadia Mill Arcadia Railroad & Twitchell Sawmill Arcadia’s Cotton Textile Mill Bagdad After the Mill Bagdad Lumber Mill / Shipbuilding at Bagdad Bagdad Mill Site Park Bagdad United Methodist Church Blackwater Heritage Trail History Blackwater Landing / Blackwater River Shipwrecks Civil War and Reconstruction in Northwest Florida Combat Wounded Veterans Desert Storm/Enduring Freedom/Iraqi Freedom Elliott’s Flume Existing Foundations: Sawmill and Textile Mill Fallen, Not Forgotten First Federal Tree Farm Florida Honors and Remembers our POW’s and MIA’s Florida Honors and Remembers our POW’s and MIA’s Forcade House Freedom Of The Press Hand-Drawn Fire Hose Cart In Memory of UH-60M Crew "Mojo 69" Korea Live Oaks and Naval Ship Timbers Marquis Bayou Bridge Merchant Marine Mexican - American War Milton Veterans Memorial National Guard Of The United States Native Trees Plunge Pool Santa Rosa County Veterans Memorial Plaza Shipbuilding in Bagdad Site of Pensacola - St. Augustine Road St. Mary’s Episcopal Church St. Mary’s Rectory Submerged Aquatic Vegetation The Architecture of Bagdad The Bagdad Mill Site The Civil War The Early History of Bagdad The Ecology of the Blackwater River The Liberty Tree The Longleaf Pine The Millrace The Skirmish on the Blackwater The Spanish – American War The Thompson House / Skirmish on the Blackwater The War Of 1812 The War of Independence U.S.S. Kenneth Whiting AV-14, Ship’s Bell Unknown Soldier Veterans Memorial Wall of Tears Working for the Company World War I World War II “Gone But Not Forgotten”