Colee Hammock Marker:
Describes the Andrew Cooley family massacre in 1836 and is located in Colee Hammock Park named after George Colee whose family was originally thought to have been massacred here.
Old Fort Lauderdale Marker:
East of Bahia Mar Yacht Basin, on the former Coast Guard Property, at the approximate site of the original Fort for which the city was named.
Frank Stranahan Marker:
At the north end of New River Tunnel at Federal Highway and Las Olas Boulevard, marking spot for first Trading Post and giving locations of other markers.
Photo: Marge McClain, Regent, and Barbara Keith, Director, Stranahan House
Merle Fogg Marker:
A city marker, honoring Fort Lauderdale's first aviator, relocated by Himmarshee Chapter at Park, west end of Las Olas Bridge.
Mrs. Frank Stranahan Marker:
In park in front of Stranahan House on East Las Olas Boulevard and 6th Avenue, honoring Broward Country's first school teacher.
Photo: John (groundskeeper) and Barbara Keith, Director, Stranahan House
Nininger Marker:
In Holiday Park, in circle in front of War Memorial Auditorium. Alexander R. "Sandy" Nininger, Second Lt. Fifty-Seventh Infantry, U.S. Army, awarded, posthumously, the First Congressional Medal of Honor of World War II by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, January 29, 1942.
Camille Perry Bryan Marker:
On the historical Bryan home site on New River, honoring Camille Perry Bryan, a founding daughter of Himmarshee Chapter.
Photo: Laura Boeglin, Historian

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