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New Britain Dispatch

A Journal of the Ormond Beach Historical Society

Our goal with this journal is to provide you with interesting stories about our history, focusing on Ormond Beach and its vicinity, and relevant stories from other parts of Florida.

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In the Fall 2023 Edition

Ellinor Village, Mrs. America, (and Me)

    by Skip Lowery

Remembering our Military Veterans  at the Ormond Beach Memorial Art Museum and Gardens

    by Robert Redd

Lambert House: An Enduring Bunnell Landmark.

    An Oral History Interview featuring Sisco Deen

Daytona Beach’s Unaesthetic Sightseeing Tower (1963-1983)

    by Randy Jaye

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In the Spring 2023 Edition

Castillo de San Marcos: The Unconquered Protector
    by J. Zach Zacharias

Trains in Local History

    by Skip Lowery

Bill McCoy (“The Real McCoy”) Prohibition’s Celebrity Rum Runner

    by Randy Jaye

The Mysterious Rockefeller Subterranean Tunnels at the Casements

    An oral history interview featuring Ned Kraft

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In the Fall 2022 Edition

The Tomoka Mound and Midden Complex: A National Treasure

    by Randy Jaye

Florida Memories

    by Juanita Price

You Too Can Do Good by Getting Involved with Local History

    by Randy Jaye & David Churchman

Rockefeller and The Casements

    by Alice Strickland

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