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MAIN ARTICLES: Timeline - Early Residents - History of Education - Origins of Place Names - Historical Markers - Webb’s Florida (1885) - Florida Gazetteer (1886-87) - The Genesis of New Port Richey (1924) - History of Pasco County (1943) - Early Hernando County History OTHER ARTICLES: Anclote - Aripeka - Bailey’s Bluff - Bethany Baptist Church - Bird Racks in the Gulf of Mexico - Blanton - Bradley Massacre - Winifred Bridge - Archie J. Burnside - Johnny Cash - Chasco Fiesta - Chasco Inn Building - Chipco - Clay Sink (Slaughter) - Clay Sink (north of Darby) - Community Congregational Church - County Commission - Court House - Crystal Springs - Cumpressco (Sumter County) - Dade City - Dade City Banner - Dade City First Baptist Church - Dade City First Presbyterian Church - Dade City First United Methodist Church - Dade City Churches - Dade City Garden Club - Dade City Library - Dade City German POW’s - Darby - Dupree Gardens - Ehren - Elfers - Elfers Baptist Churches - Ellerslie - Emmaus Baptist Church - Fire Departments of Western Pasco - Fivay - Fort King Road - Gowers Corner - Green Key - Greer - Hacienda Hotel - J. A. Hendley - Herndon - Joe Herrmann - Hudson - Hurricane of 1921 - Jessamine - Joy-Lan Drive-In Theater - Lacoochee - Lake Iola - Lake Pasadena Area - Land O’ Lakes - Lanier Bridge - Loyce - Medical Services - Meighan/Richey Suncoast Theatre - Military Service - Mohr/Roosevelt - Moon Lake - Native Americans - New Port Richey - New Port Richey/Hollywood - New Port Richey First Baptist Church - New Port Richey Library - New Port Richey Pine Hill Section - New Port Richey Press - New Port Richey - Wilcox - O’Berry Family - Obituary Database - Odessa - Orange Lake - Our Lady, Queen of Peace - Overstreets/Moonshining - Owensboro - Pasco Baptist Church - Gerard Pilz, O. S. B. - Pine Hill Cemetery - Port Richey - Port Richey Community Church - Port Richey First Baptist Church - Post Offices - Railroads - Richland-Lumberton-Tuckertown - Salt Springs - Samuel Pasco - Saint Joseph - Saint Leo - San Antonio - San Antonio (Herrmann) - Sand Hill Baptist Church - Sand Pond - Sapling Woods - Gene Sarazen in NPR - Sass Hotel/Enchantment Inn - Seven Springs - Sheriff - James Irvin Spivey - Stilt Houses - Sumner Family - Surveyors - Tarpon Springs (Pinellas Co.) - Townsend House Church - Trilacoochee (Trilcoochee) - Trilby - Trilby Baptist Church - Turpentine - Father Felix Ullrich - Wesley Chapel - WGUL - Whitehurst-Whidden-Stevenson Feud - Zephyrhills - Zephyrhills Historical Association Newsletters - Various Articles - Other Resources PICTURES AND VIDEO: Historic Photos - Video Clips - Sound Files - PHS Yearbooks - ZHS Yearbooks - GHS Yearbooks This web site is maintained by Jeff Miller . See also the web site of the West Pasco Historical Society , which provided many of the photos on this site. See also my Twitter feed . Please note that the search box below does not search photo captions; there is a separate search box at flickr for the photos.


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