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Key West, Florida
Art, Botanical Garden, History, Historic House
To educate and inform visitors about the artistic ornithological contributions of J.J. Audubon, the history and story of the Audubon House, its furnishings, and 19th century Key West and the Florida Keys.
Key West, Florida
History
An unusual 1860's house complete with antiques presented as people lived; a rare educational offering is also provided. The award winning restoration of the Williams Mansion continues use as a private residence. The rare and delightful are presented with impeccable taste. Interiors featured in August 1995 Country Living Magazine. Tropical Gardens available for touring and special occasion rental. Featured on Restore America," H & G channel TV in 1999 and "If Walls Could Talk" in 2000."
Key West, Florida
Art, History
Key West, Florida
Art, History
To promote the humanities, art and history of the Florida Keys by educating the public, and by collecting, preserving and exhibiting significant art, artifacts and historical properties.
Key West, Florida
History
Key West, Florida
Anthropology, Archaeology, Children's, General, History, Historical Society, Library, Military, Nature Centers, Science, Specialized
The Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Society operates a two thousand square foot conservation laboratory that specializes in conserving underwater archaeological artifacts. This means all the artifacts that are either recovered from our archaeological expeditions or are donated are conserved on premises.
Key West, Florida
History
The builder of the Oldest House was Richard Cussans, who immigrated to the Island of Key West in about 1826 from the Bahamas. He was in his mid-twenties when he built the house. He may have trained and apprenticed as a ship’s carpenter but he would not have been a shipwright at that young age. That level of craft was not easily achieved. He owned slaves, and likely used their labors in the construction of the Oldest House in 1829.
Key West, Florida
History
Key West, Florida
Culture, History, Library, Military, Specialized
The Ingham is a National Historic Landmark, a museum, and a living classroom designed to inform and inspire generations to come. As a non-governmental, non-profit maritime museum, it is a repository of historical artifacts, a life-changing classroom for at-risk youth, and a powerful reminder of the U.S. Coast Guard's role in protecting America in times of peace and times of war.
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