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The homestead of early pioneer John H. Sams. Now a EEL (Environmentally
Endangered Land program) park.
Pioneer John. H. Sams originally from Beaufort South Carolina brought his family to Florida and successfully homesteaded his property here in 1875
Indian River Archeological Society in the years of 2006-2009 did a number of field studies on this site which revealed a number of Native American Rre-Columbian artifacts.
LOOK> Report on a wildlife you may see. Have your
photo taken holding your GPS with the marker behind you.
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- Gone to far but stilla historic site to see.
- Looking in the right directionbut towards the left.
- Mike KnightSays it's okay to walk past the chain and find the geocache.
Last Updated: on 1/14/2018 12:45:53 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (8:45 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum