Become a member of The Amelia Island Museum of History and be a part of one of the finest museums of its kind on the east coast. The museum is noted for its spoken history tours, docent led walks through the historic district, and many other imaginative ways to tell our unique story.
Brown Bag Lunch
Wednesday, June 3rd, at noon Charlie Morris presents Pine Tree chemicals: Their Amazing Role in Florida’s History And Economy. Pine chemicals were used as caulk for sailing ships in the past and today in a myriad of consumer applications. This talk will follow the history of these products from the early days of settlements in the southeast to the vibrant industry of today. This program is free and open to the public. For more information contact Gray at 261-7378 ext 102, or email email@example.com.See More
Wholly created by Nassau County high school students, the Amelia Island Museum of History exhibit celebrates the extraordinary lifetime of achievements of Willie Mae Ashley, missionary, educator, and author, along with photo exhibit Portraits of American Beach by Stephan Leimburg, Marsha Dean Phelts, and Dickie Anderson.See More.
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