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North Brevard Historical Society & Museum

North Brevard historic scenes mural
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Historical Society
& Museum

Newly painted museum - February, 2012.

301 South Washington Ave. - Corner of Main St.
P.O. Box 5265, Titusville, FL 32783
(321) 269-3658
titusvillemuseum@aol.com

Museum Hours:
Tuesday through Saturday — 10:00am - 3:00pm



Membership meetings are on the 4th Monday of the month at Dixie Crossroads in the very back room, beyond the large dining room.

About the Society



Newspaper Archives
The Museum maintains an archive of newspapers dating back to 1861 (Attack on Fort Sumter) up to the present day. Click here for an Index that we have created and sorted in date order and also features a lead story, generally pertinent to the history of Titusville. These newspapers are available for research or just plain pleasure reading


Officers: President - Bill Baldwin; Vice-president - Amy Spillers; Secretary - Judy Davis; Treasurer - June Hodson; Past President - Betty Mattingly
Board of Directors: Gini Campbell, Leigh Lorence, Paul Marion, Michael Knight, Katie McQuade, Esther Vulpius, and Herman Wattwood, Jr.


VOLUNTEERS: have the opportunity to learn more about the fascinating people, places and events that have come and gone and left traces that shape our community. On your 2 1/2 hour shift(s), you get to share all this with our visitors. For information and to join us, please call: 269-3658.



A Day In The Park 2016
A Day In The Park 2015



North Brevard History


Historical Markers of North Brevard Florida     Historical Markers

Articles

MULLET ROW - The Fishing Industry in Early Titusville, Florida.
The Evolution of Transportation in Early Indian River County & Titusville, FL.
The Harvard or Canaveral Club - Titusville, Florida
Brigadier General Ellerbe W. Carter: his family & his home
Titusville's "Bay of Biscay" - 1885 map
Steamboats on the Indian River by Michael Knight
A History of the Negro School in Titusville, Florida - 1883-1956
The Dorr Briggs home with family & friends in 1938
Franklin D. Roosevelt visits Titusville
The Parrish Family & Nevins Fruit Company
Captain Stephen Bravo Story with Song by Chris Kahl
The Saga of Colonel Henry Theodore Titus
Told by His Youngest Daughter Minnie Titus Ensey to Fedora Ensey Gray of Miami
Edward D. Hopkins, father of Mary Evelina Hopkins, Col. Henry Titus' wife
Yvonne Thornton's Cape Canaveral Lighthouse pictures
Life along the Indian River Lagoon during the 1950's, 60's & 70's by Laurilee Thompson
THE STORY OF THE WINDOVER DIG
A HISTORY OF NORTH BREVARD
LaGrange Church History
Story of the Ellis/Addison Canal
Story of the Hernandez Trail
Clifton Colored School ca: 1890
Bob Paty's Historic Photos - B&W
Bob Paty's Historic Photos - color
Bee Head Ranch, Christmas, FL ca: 1993
History of North Brevard Schools
Titusville to Enterprise Railroad History
Post Cards from North Brevard's Past
Indian River Historical Cruise
A Brief History of Smilin' Jack and EAA Chapter 866
Oaklawn Memorial Gardens
A tour of some historic grave markers in Titusville, Florida's
The Merrit Island Adventure
This YouTube video is a documentary of the lives of the homesteaders living on Merritt Island.
North Brevard Heritage Foundation
The historic 1891 Pritchard House
Guide to Historical Landmarks
The Harry & Harriette Moore Story
Historic Downtown Walking Tour
Historic Titusville Walking Tour
Titusville in the Early 50's (aerial photo)
Titusville in the 50's (aerial photo)
JFK's visit to NASA on 11/16/63
1952 NASA & Titusville Beach area maps
1954 Map of Merritt Island NWR (comparison)

Websites

Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum
Fort Christmas
American Space Museum
American Police Hall of Fame
Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science
BCC Planetarium and Observatory
Brevard Heritage Council
Florida Historical Society - Cocoa
Florida Memory Project
Florida History Internet Center
Florida Office of Cultural, Historical and Information Programs
Air America Foundation
The Florida State Archives


 
Images of America
North Brevard County
by
John T. Manning
Robert H. Hudson

Click here to review
some of the pictures.