Historic Call Street in Starke, Florida.
Alachua County was established in 1824. This county houses a variety of museums and historic locations. Here, you have the opportunity to learn about Florida’s past at the Florida Museum of Natural History or discover the “Talking Walls” at the historic Haile Homestead.
In 1858 New River County was established. The name would change to Bradford County three years later, named for Confederate Civil War officer Captain Richard Bradford. Today, Bradford plays host to heritage sites such as the Woman’s Club of Starke and the Call Street Historic District.