|The beautiful oaks on Courthouse Square were planted by|
Aesop Bellamy, one of Marianna's first African-American
business owners in ca. 1873.
|Part of the Battle of Marianna was fought on Courthouse|
Square on September 27, 1864. This scene is from the
150th anniversary commemoration of the battle.
|The "Widow Hull's Place" was near today's Waddell's Mill|
Pond in rural Jackson County, Florida.
|Richard Keith Call was a protege of|
Andrew Jackson and the
Territorial Governor of Florida.
|Webbville as it appears today. The "ghost town" is still the|
actual county seat of Jackson County, Florida.
|The Jackson County Courthouse in the late 1800s, about|
20 years after Aesop Bellamy planted the Courthouse Oaks.
He was one of the county's first black business owners.
|The beloved old Jackson County Courthouse as it|
appeared on a postcard during the mid-20th century.
|The beautiful live oak on the northeast corner of Courthouse|
Square was planted by Aesop Bellamy in 1873 and can be
seen in the far left of the 1880s photo above.