Art & Culture

The Clark-Chalker House

This is the oldest building in Middleburg. It is a white two-story columned house with a white picket fence. This open side gable frame vernacular home was built for Capt. Matthew Clark and his staff. They were with the U.S. 2nd Dragoons stationed at Ft Heilman. During the Second Seminole Indian war, the house was […]

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TAPS Military Monument

The TAPS Military Monument is located at the Clay County Historic Triangle and came about due to the hard work and caring efforts of the TAPS Planning Committee. The Clay County chapter of the Vietnam Veterans of America conducts an annual memorial event at the site in partnership with county government officials and many community

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The Old Clay County Jail

The 1894 version of the Clay County Jail was constructed of red brick but, in 1963, was painted white. However, the red brick showed through the white paint, making the jail appear pink.   Constructed of one-foot-thick brick walls, there are sixteen (16) jail cells in various sizes with a Maximum Security wing upstairs.  

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Hell House

In the early days of Lynyrd Skynyrd, long before the release of their first album, band members would gather at an early rehearsal studio, lovingly named by the band as “Hell House” due to the small space and warm temperatures. Located on a farm near Green Cove Springs, the band wrote most of their first

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