Untold stories of Historic Women in Hernando County Florida

By Linda Welker

The state of Florida has everything. The Atlantic Ocean on one side, the Gulf of Mexico on the other, a swamp to the south, prairies and forest to the center. In the mid-1800s settlers came to tame the wildness. Woman and men migrated in equal numbers. Join the author Linda Welker in a discussion of the brave women from the 1800s and early 1900s, who made Hernando County their home and played an active role in the development of the county.

Linda Welker a has been a volunteer for the Hernando County Museum Association for fourteen years. She is a docent at the Russell Street 1885 Train Depot Museum and an author of seven books. Four of them, non-fiction, written as fund raisers for the Museums.