• Pensacola:-Historic-Pensacola-Village:-Julee-Cottage_00.jpg:  historic village, slave cottage, wood shingle roof, soldiers, reenactors, oak tree
    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.
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