History, Historic House, Historical Society
The chief responsability of the AAHS is the operation and management of the 1838 Raney House Museum which is owned by the City of Apalachicola and was officially recorded in National Register of Historic Places on January 22, 1973. The Raney House Museum has on display furniture, documents and other artifacts from the 19th century.
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Science
This general museum features a variety of exhibits which focus on three areas--art, history and technology. The highlight of the permanent exhibitions is the auto gallery which features a unique robotic display with over fifty vehicles. The robot retrieves vehicles upon request and brings them to a display turn table for examination.
Botanical Garden, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
This Folk Victorian house was the honeymoon cottage of Peter and Lillie Knight and one of the earliest residences in Hyde Park, Tampa's first neighborhood. The House exemplifies Tampa's rising middle class's lifestyle in the Gaslight Era.
History, Historical Society
The Tallahassee Historical Society has included such notable historians as Mark Boyd, Dorothy Dodd, William Warren Rogers, Mary Louise Ellis, J. Leitch Wright, Joy and Cliff Paisley and Gloria Jahoda.
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Today, Tampa Historical Society focuses on its Historic Landmark headquarters: the c. 1890 Peter O. Knight House. The House, located in the larger context of Historic Hyde Park, is a perfect tool for interpreting Tampa’s middle class in the era and district where it first grew and stabilized. Through its Collection, its publications, its educational programs, and its events, Tampa Historical Society/The Peter O.
Tarpon Springs, Florida
To collect, preserve, interpret and exhibit the history of the Tarpon Springs area and to promote education, preservation, and research of historical points of interest.
Church, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
SARASOTA – Native tribes claimed this land. Explorers sailed the bays. Through the years of Seminole Indian Wars, the coming of the hardy pioneers who fished the waters and cultivated the land, the Crackers who herded the cattle, and the visionaries who built a city unique in its diversity, Sarasota remains a home to be desired; a place of proud heritage.