The historic marker can be seen from the sidewalk on Zaragoza Street. The cottage can be seen on the left. In 1804, Francis Heindenberg received from the Spanish governor a lot in the city of Pensacola. Four years later he sold the property to a free black woman named Julee. The sale included a “low wooden house which I have built at my own expense”. Both house and lot sold for three hundred dollars. The house was probably built between 1804 and 1808.