From the historical village we walked over to Plaza Ferdinand V11. On this path we saw more of the Colonial Archeological Trail. Trailside exhibits relate to features that were a part of the town and forts. To recapitulate what I wrote in the last posting, land here was first occupied by the Spanish in 1754, who built Fort San Miguel. Sites of that fort's structures are marked on the trail, as well as the British government buildings which were built later. Florida's colonial period ended when Andrew Jackson took over as governor of Florida in 1821. There is a site marked on the trail where the flag of Spain was lowered for the last time and the American flag raised. A bust of Andrew Jackson is located in the plaza.