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(West face)1861 To the Honor and Courage of the patriots of theConfederate Statesof America,This monument is dedicated byTampa Chapter,No.113, U. D. C.,and the citizens of Tampa.January 1911. MemoriaIn Aeterna.
(South face)1865Lest We Forget.
Archibald Ross. A native of Scotland. A member of the City Council. "Tampa's popular baker and the poor man's friend." Paved the walk around his brick building on the southeast corner of Franklin and La Fayette Streets with Georgia marble.
This property has been placed on theNational Register of Historic PlacesBy the United StatesDepartment Of The Interior
In 1899, Colonel Peter O. Knight created Tampa Electric Company to serve the energy needs of a growing Tampa community. Some 28 employees served 1200 customers with electricity from the region's first power plant, one powered by the water of the H…
For 104 years this block was the official site of executive and judicial government for Hillsborough County, Florida. The first courthouse, a log building burned by Seminole Indians in 1836, possibly stood here. Subsequent ones were built on this …
On June 3, 1898, when Tampa was a cluster of old weather beaten housesfloating on an ocean of sand, TeddyRoosevelt and the Rough Ridersdisembarked from their seven trainconvoy in Ybor City, five miles fromTampa City Hall.
They commandeeredsome …
Throughout history we have answeredour country's call to arms,for freedom, for justice,for self-determination of an ally,we have served, and sometimes paidin grim coin the price exacted,
Through no fault of ours, somehow we are lefton foreign s…
Opened at this location1893byCaptain Wilbur HallandLieutenant Fred Weller
By 1902, the Seaboard Air Line (SAL) was formed and the Atlantic Coast Line (ACL) had taken over the rail system of Henry B. Plant. Tampa Union Station (TUS) built in 1912, was designed by architect J.F. Leitner in Italian Renaissance style, and s…