Timucuan Preserve Audio Tour
Spending a day in the Timucuan Preserve? This audio guide will introduce you to the stories of the people and places of the preserve.
You can download the entire tour as a mp3 file, or download the individual pieces of the tour. Both options are listed below. To save the mp3 files to your computer, right click on the link and choose "Save As."
We also recommend that you print the orientation newsletter to the preserve as well as review park brochures and directions - A Day in the Park.
The complete tour:
Timucuan Preserve Audio Tour (16 MB, mp3)
The tour in sections (good for slower internet connections):
Welcome to the Timucuan Preserve (1.7 MB, mp3)
Fort Caroline National Memorial (1.5 MB, mp3)
France in North America (1.2 MB, mp3)
Native Floridians (.9 MB, mp3)
Theodore Roosevelt Area (1.4 MB, mp3)
The Gift (2.1 MB, mp3)
Kingsley Plantation (1.4 MB, mp3)
Freedom and Slavery Part 1 (1.3 MB, mp3)
Freedom and Slavery Part 2 (1.1 MB, mp3)
Zephaniah Kingsley Treatise Excerpts (1.6 MB, mp3)
Ribault Club (1.4 MB, mp3)
Talbot Islands State Parks (.9 MB, mp3)
Closing Statement (126 KB, mp3)
Additional audio tour of Fort George Island: Saturiwa Trail
Full text of audio tour
Please note, the audio tour above incorporates the audio files found on the "Photos and Multimedia" portions of the Timucuan Preserve website.
Did You Know?
One of the Huguenot inhabitants of la Caroline had the surname of "DuVal.” Jacksonville, Florida, where the national memorial is located, is within Duval County which is named for Florida's first civilian territorial governor, William Pope Duval, a Huguenot descendant. More...