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  2. Henry Flagler - Wikipedia

    Henry Morrison Flagler (January 2, 1830 – May 20, 1913) was an American industrialist and a founder of Standard Oil, which was first based in Ohio. He was also a key figure in the development of the Atlantic coast of Florida and founder of the Florida East Coast Railway .

  3. Henry Flagler Biography

    Henry Morrison Flagler Biography. Henry Morrison Flagler was born on January 2, 1830 in Hopewell, New York, to Reverend and Mrs. Isaac Flagler. At the age of 14, after completing the eighth grade, Flagler moved to Bellevue, Ohio where he found work with his cousins in the grain store of L.G. Harkness and Company, at a salary of $5 per month ...

  4. Henry M. Flagler | American financier | Britannica

    Henry M. Flagler, in full Henry Morrison Flagler, (born January 2, 1830, Hopewell, New York, U.S.—died May 20, 1913, West Palm Beach, Florida), American financier and partner of John D. Rockefeller, Sr., in establishing the Standard Oil Company. Flagler also pioneered in the development of Florida as a U.S. vacation centre.

  5. Henry Flagler | American Experience | Official Site | PBS

    Henry Flagler died at age 83, on May 20, 1913, as a result of injuries he sustained in a fall at Palm Beach's Whitehall, the 55-room mansion he built as a wedding gift for his third wife.

  6. Henry Morrison Flagler |

    Henry Flagler (1830-1913) was a self-made millionaire and industrialist who co-founded the Standard Oil Company. He masterminded the plan that transformed Standard Oil into the most successful monopoly of the nineteenth century.

  7. The Story of Henry Flagler, One of Florida's Most Influential ...

    The Boarding Platform Henry Morrison Flagler was born January 2nd, 1830 to Reverend Isaac Flagler and Elizabeth Ann Caldwell Harkness. The Flagler family, originally spelled Flegler, hailed from the southwestern corner of Germany known as the Palatinate region.

  8. Whitehall - Flagler Museum

    Henry Flagler's private Railcar No. 91 is exhibited in the Museum's Flagler Kenan Pavilion. Built in 1886 for Flagler's personal use, the railcar was acquired by the Museum in 1959 as an artifact of Florida history and an important part of Flagler's story.

  9. Whitehall (Henry M. Flagler House) - Wikipedia

    Henry Flagler, one of the founders of Standard Oil, built Whitehall for his third wife, Mary Lily Kenan. The site of the home was purchased for $50,000 in 1893 (as of 2010 that would be $1,197,562.39) by Flagler.

  10. Famous Floridians: Henry Morrison Flagler - FCIT

    Henry Morrison Flagler is best known for his development of Florida’s east coast. He was responsible for building the Florida East Coast Railway from Daytona to Key West. Flagler made a significant contribution to Florida’s economy through tourism and agriculture.

  11. Who Was Henry Flagler? - Flagler College

    About Flagler. Mission and Values; Flagler at a Glance; History; Strategic Plan; Community Impact; Leadership; Contact Us; Support Flagler; History. Who Was Henry Flagler? Hotel Ponce de Leon; Historic Virtual Tours; Who Was Henry Flagler?