These bios can be found on the Educational Services page. Some are clickable; the others are in print in the workbook, "A History of Florida & Okaloosa County" available in the museum book store: 

Agnes Gerlach (Camp Walton) 
W.H. Mapoles (Founder of Okaloosa County) 
Caroline Baker Allen (Educator; Public Figure, Crestview) 
Gladys Milton (Midwife) 
Addie R. Lewis (Educator, Valparaiso) 
Mayme Tyner (Pioneer Family) 
Samuel H. Hayes (City Council; Military; Educator) 
William Lee Walton (Entrepreneur and Family man, Niceville) 
Agnes Hall (Florosa, FL) 
Pearl Tyner (Business woman; Philanthropist, Laurel Hill) 

These bios can be found on the Educational Services page "Native Americans in Florida". Some are clickable; the others are in print in the workbook, "A History of Florida & Okaloosa County" available in the museum book store: 

Sam Story, Euchee Chief 
Ponce De Leon 
Chief Osceola 
Micanopy 

These bios can be found on the Educational Services page "Citizenship." Click on "Learn from Examples" These bios also have discussion questions regarding citizenship: 

W.D. "Cooter" Douglass (Birthday Club of the Air, Crestview, FL) 
Mrs. Jessie Alma Edge (City Council of Niceville, FL)
Robert Lee Fulton "Bob" Sikes (Congressman) 
Dr. Olin Oliver Enzor (Doctor, Crestview, FL. area) 

These bios are not complete but contain essential information for expanding them into biographies. They can be found in the Diversity pages, E PLURIBUS UNUM: 

"Samuel H. Hayes Day, May 1, 2007, Crestview, FL." 
The Simon Family 
The Eglin 17 
Andrew Ramsey, Chief of the Miccosukee Band of Apalachicola Creeks 
Calvin McGhee, Chief of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians 
Mario Molina 
Manuel Elkin Patarroyo