1. Captain Wellington entertains the Trackers with stories about Ponce Inlet Light. You'll see photos of the lighthouse, and learn more about this and other Florida lighthouses, at the Florida Lights web site. While you're there, be sure to check out the official site of Ponce deLeon Inlet Lighthouse.
2. America's lighthouses are beacons that signal an important part of our country's history. Check out some of the lighthouse photos and fascinating stories at these pages maintained by the National Park Service.
3. What was life like for a lighthouse keeper and his family, in the 19th century.
4. Lauren fills Ally in about her visit to Gamble Place. Find out James Gamble's connection with the Pony Express by following this link.
5. Ally brings up the architectural term "Cracker." See examples of the Florida Cracker style of buildings at this link. Then check out another style of "Cracker-" this one has four legs and a tail, and neighs. What is it?
6. Niki takes the Trackers to the Princess Estate as part of her research into area history. This site will give you more background into the rich history of the Princess Estate.
7. Along with the Trackers, in Week Three you learn a little about the role of sugar cane in Florida's past. You can find out more about the importance of this crop, and see photos of sugar cane and sugar production.
8. Did you know that Americans consume an average of about 67 pounds of sugar, each, in a year? Find out more amazing facts about sugar and its history at this site offered by the Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of America.
9. The Trackers' quest for clues leads them to several historic places in your area. Follow the link to learn about more historic houses you can visit in Volusia County.
10. While visiting Daytona USA, the Trackers have many fun experiences. Check out this link to Daytona USA's web site, where you'll find lots to explore.
11. Do you enjoy hot dogs as much as Ethan does? Find out the origin of this popular food, and learn more fun facts at this page of hot dog trivia. Here's a puzzler-how long was the longest hot dog ever produced?
12. In "Legends & Landmarks," you solve clues to fill in a timeline about area history. Timelines are a good way to put historical events in perspective. Take a look at some important timelines in world history. You'll find some fascinating web pages to explore there.