FLOR500, Garden 279 Phillip Benjamin Harvey “P.B.H.” Dudley, Early Settler (1814–1874) Captain Phillip Dudley moved to Florida from South Carolina in the 1850’s and established a 325-acre farm in Alachua County. This farm is now a state park, and operates today as a working farm with volunteers who perform the same duties as on the original farm: grinding and boiling sugar cane, feeding chickens, harvesting corn.
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Phillip Benjamin Harvey "P.B.H.” Dudley, Early Settler

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Phillip Benjamin Harvey "P.B.H.” Dudley, Early Settler

(1814–1874)

Captain Phillip Dudley moved to Florida from South Carolina in the 1850’s and established a 325-acre farm in Alachua County. This farm is now a state park, and operates today as a working farm with volunteers who perform the same duties as on the original farm: grinding and boiling sugar cane, feeding chickens, harvesting corn.





 




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