For 10,000 years, Indians hunted the prairies and fished the watersof what later became Pass-A-Grille. The last group of NativeAmericans to settle in the Pinellas County area were the Tocobagasaround 1000-1700 A.D. This are was first visited by Eu…
In 1783, while updating Gulf Coast navigational charts, Jose Antonio de Evia (b. 1740), a Spanish naval officer, visited a Spanish fishing camp located on this site. He called it "Rancho de Juaquin." Artifacts from the 18th and early 19th centurie…
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