List of African-American historic places in Florida

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List of African American historic places in Florida

This list of African American Historic Places in Florida is based on a book by the National Park Service, The Preservation Press, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers.[1]

For National List of African American Historic Places use this link.
Contents: Counties in Florida with African American Historic Places 
Alachua - Baker - Duval - Escambia - Franklin - Lee - Leon - Miami-Dade - Monroe - Putnam - St. Johns - St. Lucie - Santa Rosa - Seminole - Volusia

Some of these sites are on the National Register of Historic Places (NR) as independent sites or as part of larger historic district. Several of the sites are National Historic Landmarks (NRL). Others have Florida historical markers (HM). The citation on historical markers is given in the reference. The location listed is the nearest community to the site. More precise locations are given in the reference.

Alachua County[edit]

Methodist church in the Pleasant Street Historic District

Baker County[edit]

Broward County[edit]

Clay County[edit]

Duval County[edit]

Masonic Temple

Escambia County[edit]

St. Michael's Creole Benevolent Association Hall

Franklin County[edit]

Hillsborough County, Florida[edit]

Lee County[edit]

Leon County[edit]

Carnegie Library at FAMU, Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum

Marion County[edit]

Miami-Dade County[edit]

St. John's Baptist Church

Monroe County[edit]

Orange County[edit]

Palm Beach County[edit]

Mickens House

Putnam County[edit]

St. Johns County[edit]

House in the Lincolnville Historic District

Santa Rosa County[edit]

Seminole County[edit]

St. Lucie County[edit]

Hurston House

Volusia County[edit]

Mary McLeod Bethune Home, NHL, Daytona Beach, Florida


  1. ^ African American Historic Places, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places

Further reading[edit]

  • Florida Department of State, Division of Historical Resources. "Florida Black Heritage Trail". (c. 2004–2007)