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The Secretary, with the consent of the owners thereof, may acquire by donation or purchase with donated funds the following properties or sites of significant historic interest in Duval County, Florida:
(1) Spanish sixteenth century forts San Gabriel and San Estaban.
(2) Spanish eighteenth century fort Dos Hermanas.
(3) English eighteenth century forts at Saint Johns Bluff and Fort George Island.
(4) Spanish sixteenth and seventeenth century mission San Juan del Puerto.
(5) Site of the American Revolutionary War battle of Thomas Creek.
(6) The Zephaniah Kingsley plantation, with its eighteenth and nineteenth century buildings.
(7) The Spanish American War fortification on Saint Johns Bluff.
(8) The confederate fort known as the Yellow Bluff Fort State Historic Site.

Source

(Pub. L. 100–249, title II, § 202,Feb. 16, 1988, 102 Stat. 14.)

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