WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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HAGERMAN

Hagerman was located halfway between Bonifay and Chipley. The community was named for C. W. Hagerman who moved to Washington County from Pensacola in 1894.

Hagerman was a sawmill community that survived perhaps 25 years.  Hagerman made use of the canals and creeks to float logs to the millpond.

A post office was established at Hagerman on February 8, 1895 and was discontinued in 1902.