• Sunrise over the Fort George River in the Timucuan Preserve.

    Timucuan

    Ecological & Historic Preserve Florida

Rollins Family and Recreation Era

The plantation era on Fort George Island came to an end with the conclusion of the Civil War. While a few more attempts at agriculture would occur, the primary use of the island shifted from agriculture to recreation. The recreation era began during the 1870s, and continues today.

Rollins Family

Notebook of John Rollins

Memoirs of Mrs. Millar [Gertrude Rollins] Wilson

Notes Concerning the Old Plantation (Gertrude Rollins Wilson)

Diary of Gertrude Rollins Wilson

Millar Wilson, Chemistry Chair (husband of Gertrude Rollins)

Hotels and Clubs - in progress

Oral History (20th Century)

Rhydon C. Dennette, Sr.

Rhydon C. Dennette, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Arnold

Mrs. William Bliss

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