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Micanopy Historical Society Museum

Micanopy Historical Society Museum

An abundance of exhibits reside in the Micanopy Historical Society Museum, which is housed in a warehouse dating from the 1890s. They cover everything from the pre-Columbian Timucuan Indians who inhabited the area before the arrival of European settlers, to the explorations of early pioneer William Bartram, to the settlements that sprung up in the opening years of the 19th century, to the Seminole Wars and the Civil War, to the ways of life that predominated at the start of the 20th century.

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