Get Caught Up in Gulfport! Gulfport Historical Society, Gulfport, FL
Volume IV, 2020
SWAT Teams, Near Death Experiences & MoreThere’s much more to the wonderful, weird and downright astounding history of Florida than you might know. Find out the details on Friday, May 22 at 7 p.m., when the Gulfport Historical Society hosts a new virtual event. Sign on to experience the historical thrills at meet.google.com/jstoiza-sbj. Huddle ’round your computer and learn more from “Florida Snapshots,” which will offer up a series of short presentations on Sunshine State history. Each presentation will be accompanied by a signature beverage; since this is a time of social distancing, we’ll provide the recipe and you provide the drink!
GHS Needs You!
We’re looking for a few good helpers.The Gulfport Historical Society is in need of assistance with its website, including writers and photo submissions. We also greatly need a volunteer web designer who is highly skilled with WordPress to assist with proofreading. Help us keep you informed! If available, would you please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: Why are they called dutch ovens?
A: The Dutch began producing cast-iron cookware in the 17th century. They were named “Dutch ovens” in the early 18th century when the manufacturing procedure was patented.
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