JAX 91 Jacksonville in 1991 Austin Defeats Hazouri, old Acosta Bridge closes, New Jail Opens

Enjoy Jacksonville as it was in the Year 1991. In 1991, State Attorney Ed Austin narrowly defeated incumbent Mayor Tommy Hazouri, the current Duval County Jail opened , the old Acosta bridge closed to give way to the construction of the new Acosta bridge and Skyway crossing- & the NFL announces that 2 expansion teams […]

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A Lively Ride on The Blue Line from 12th & Imperial to America Plaza -New Year’s Day, January 1, 2022

On January 1, 2022 , I rode the Blue Line trolley from the 12th and Imperial Transit Center to America Plaza. It was a lively and musical ride as the trolley passed thru Downtown San Diego so I had to film it for you to enjoy ūüôā It even had classic and contemporary music from […]

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How San Diego Got It’s Name , The 1602 Exploration of San Diego Bay by Sebasti√°n Vizca√≠no

Welcome Back to History San Diego! Enjoy another History San Diego show as we learn about How San Diego Got It’s Name and about The November, 1602 Exploration of San Diego Bay by Sebasti√°n Vizca√≠no including the expedition’s encounter with the Native Americans who resided here then.

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Jacksonville in 1990 – The GMAC Massacre , Blodgett Homes Housing Project, The Avenues Mall Opens

Jacksonville in 1990 – The GMAC Massacre , The Blodgett Homes Housing Project,The Avenues Mall Opens, Jacksonville History, Jacksonville George Farrar presents JAX 90-Jacksonville as it was in the Year 1990. In 1990, 9 people were killed in The GMAC Massacre in Baymeadows, The Blodgett Homes Housing Project was dismantled, The Avenues Mall opened at […]

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Photographs of 20th Century Jacksonville, Florida & a Tribute to Henry J Klutho – Master Architect

George Farrar presents the story of early to mid 20th Century Jacksonville through photographs and images of Jacksonville- which rises from the ashes of The Great Fire of 1901 with the help of master architect Henry J. Klutho. Join George as he profiles Klutho’s greatest works including Jacksonville’s current City Hall-the St James Building, shares […]

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