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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMXPH_roland-m-manteiga_Tampa-FL.html
Roland Manteiga chronicled events and politics that shaped Tampa and Ybor city and championed human rights for more than 40 years through his weekly column "As we heard it." From his private table at La Tropicana Restaurant, where he broke bread w…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMTOB_sgt-nick-matassini_Tampa-FL.html
(Left face:)War Dept. Records:"Sgt. Nick Matassini Co. H. 357 Inf. was instantly killed in action Dec. 7, 1944 while leading his machine gun squad on German positions when his regiment established a bridgehead east bank of Saar River in the vicini…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMTKQ_last-home-of-the-blessed-virgin-the-mother-of-jesus-christ_Tampa-Izmir.html
Notice About The Shrine This place is considered to be the last home of the Blessed Virgin, the Mother of Jesus Christ. The Facts According to the Scriptures: St. John, in his Gospel, tells us that Jesus, before dying on the Cross, entrusted…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMTKP_ossuarium-memoriale_Tampa-FL.html
L'Unione ItalianaLeft side:Dedicates this WarMemorial to honor andperpetuate the memoryof those members whogave their life for theircountry Paul P. LongoPresident Right side:Dedica questoMemoriale peronorare e perpetuarela memoria deimembri …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMTK7_cueto-boarding-house_Tampa-FL.html
In 2003, this historic Ybor City boarding house was relocated from 1822 E. 14th Avenue and rehabilitated as part of a project by the Federal Highway Administration and the Florida Department of Transportation incooperation [sic] with the City of T…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMTJC_our-lady-of-perpetual-help_Tampa-FL.html
Situated on land purchased from Vincente Martinez-Ybor with a donation from Henry Flagler, Father Philippe de Carriere, S.J. purchased this land for the local diocese to minister to the influx of Spanish speaking immigrants. In September 1890 a sm…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMTAB_il-cimitero-dell-unione-italiana_Tampa-FL.html
L'Unione Italiana, founded in 1894 in Ybor City, institutionalized the Italian funeral in Tampa when in 1896 it purchased this property from the prominent African-American Armwood family and dedicated it as a cemetery. The first Italians were buri…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMT8N_site-of-first-ybor-city-railroad-station_Tampa-FL.html
The station of the Plant System was located here in the early days of this budding tobacco center. During the struggle for Cuban Independence Ybor City became a nest of insurgents. Through this station passed conspirators, spies, and many notable …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMPA6_st-benedict-the-moor-school_Tampa-FL.html
Located on this site was the former St. Benedict the Moor School, a Catholic school for black children that was one of the most important buildings associated with black history in Tampa. The property was purchased for $600 on March 15, 1900. The …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMMNP_gary_Tampa-FL.html
??The name Gary was officially recognized with the establishment of the Gary post office in 1898. The official plat of "Gary-Town" was recorded in May 1903. The Gary neighborhood included both Gary-Town and Spanish Park, located to its east. The n…
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