|Campbellton Baptist Church, Florida's oldest Baptist church|
in continuous operation, dates from before the War Between
the States and stands near the Spring Creek settlement site.
The following is excerpted from my book: The History Of Jackson County, Florida: The Early Years.
|A section of the old Pensacola-St. Augustine Road can still be|
seen between Malone and Campbellton. It connected the Spring
Creek settlement with the Irwin's Mill Creek settlements on the
|1823 map of the Jackson County area.|
|Blue Springs (or Jackson Blue Springs) was a landmark for|
early settlers and Native American residents alike.
[i] Claims to Land in West Florida, December 10, 1824, American State Papers, Public Lands, Volume 4, pp. 61-63 (Hereafter ASP Public Lands).