In 1768, 1,403 Minorcan, Greek, Italian, and Corsican men, women and children travel to American shores in a single Atlantic crossing.
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May’s Brown Bag Lunch program for the Amelia Island Museum of History will be held Wednesday, May 1st, at noon.
This month, guest speaker Bobbie Fost will be exploring the subject of Reconstruction in Northeast Florida.
Frank Ofeldt will deliver a presentation discussing the experiences of African American soldiers on Amelia Island.
Visit five spectacular homes which are decorated by well known designers in historic Fernandina Beach.
The Amelia Island Museum of History invites you to attend its Brown Bag Lunch on Wednesday, October 3rd, at noon.
This program is free and open to the public, and will be this Wednesday, September 5th at noon at the museum.
The Amelia Island Museum of History will celebrate its 35th anniversary in November of this year.
On July 14th, all Nassau County residents are welcome to explore the Amelia Island Museum of History from 10-4.
Rawlings and Hurston met in the 1940s. Both powerful female writers, one white, one black, and they developed a deep friendship.