Calhoun County Celebrates 500 Years of Florida History
Viva Florida 500 is a statewide, yearlong celebration highlighting the 500 years of historic people, places and events in present day Florida since the arrival of Juan Ponce de León in 1513.
Calhoun County Libraries will join the rest of the state in exploring our rich history and unmatched
cultural diversity through a schedule of events, exhibits and much more.
How can you get involved?
- Check out the “Heritage of Calhoun County Florida” from the library
- See the latest exhibit of Chief Blount at the Blountstown Public Library
- Read about Chief John Blount (pdf file)
- See pictures of the Chief Blount Exhibit and Acceptance
- Meet Cliff Leonard the sculptor of the Chief Blount Bust
- Visit the Pioneer settlement to learn about our history
Calhoun County Welcome Home Day
Historical Program Book
October 3, 1987
Click on any one of the below links:
Pages 1-17 |
Pages 18 - 35| Pages 36-47 |
Pages 48 - 64 |
Pages 65-74 | Pages 75-84
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