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North Brevard
Heritage Foundation, Inc.
a non-profit (501c3) organization established April 2005

P.O. Box 653, Titusville, FL 32781-0653


The Hutcheson Family arrived in the Mims area during the 1920s where they established citrus groves and raised cattle. The barn was built during the 1940s of heart pine cross-sawed lumber and recycled materials such as wood telephone poles and parts of old tin signs with a tin roof. It was used to shelter cattle, store feed and farm equipment, and barrels of "home brew." The Hutcheson Barn will be located near the Cracker House and Oliver's Camp House as part of the "Farmstead". Farm tools and implements will be exhibited as well as displays about citrus and agriculture industries of North Brevard County.

The 1940's Hutchenson Barn at the staging area.
The 1940's Hutchenson Barn at the staging area.


To Heritage Foundation homepage. To Pritchard House webpages. To Clifton Schoolhouse webpages. To the Gibson Houses webpages. To the Oliver's Camp webpages. To the Hutchinson Barn webpage
To the Ais Indian encampment webpage To the Indian War/Civil War Fort webpage To the Palmetto Hut of Early Settlers webpage To the Cracker House webpage