Amelia Island Museum of History

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Amelia Island Museum of History
Amelia Island Museum of History is listed in the Tourist Attractions category in Fernandina Beach, Florida. Displayed below are the social networks for Amelia Island Museum of History which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Amelia Island Museum of History on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for Amelia Island Museum of History is:
233 S 3rd St
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
(904) 261-7378
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"Paleontologists have made a surprising discovery—mastodon bones and stone tools that date to 130,000 years ago... fb.me/1w89TiTAv

Amelia Island Museum of History shared Science Friday's photo.
"Paleontologists have made a surprising discovery—mastodon bones and stone tools that date to 130,000 years ago. If the scientists’ analyses are correct, the find could push back the timeline for human habitation in the Americas by some 115,000 years!"
Big news! Paleontologists have made a surprising discovery—mastodon bones and stone tools that date to 130,000 years ago. If the scientists’ analyses are correct, the find could push back the timeline for human habitation in the Americas by some 115,000 years! We'll discuss more on Friday.


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We do LOVE Thea Seagraves ans our VOLUNTEERS <3 fb.me/1HzYk4Q5S

Amelia Island Museum of History shared Fernandina Observer's photo.
We do LOVE Thea Seagraves and our VOLUNTEERS <3
In praise of volunteers Evelyn C. McDonald, Arts & Culture Reporter "n an earlier article, I said if you were looking for someone to lead an auction, you couldn’t do better than Aaron Bean. If you are looking for someone to be mistress of ceremonies, you couldn’t do better than Thea Seagraves. She led the awards ceremony at the Amelia Island Museum of History volunteer party last week. Thea is dramatic, funny and engaging – all traits we love in an . . ." For complete information visit www.fernandinaobserver.com http://ow.ly/DLNs30aQvoY


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Amelia Island Museum of History shared Florida Humanities Council's post.
Michael Gannon, prominent Florida historian, passed away on Monday at the age of 89. http://www.gainesville.com/news/20170411/ufs-michael-gannon-who-made-history-lively-dies-at-89
“He was funny and had a great sense of humor — very outgoing," said UF historian Carl Van Nass. "He had a beautiful, beautiful

Amelia Island Museum of History updated their cover photo.
SIGN UPS FOR SUMMER CAMP HAVE BEGUN!! FORMS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE MUSEUM FRONT DESK THE ARCHITECTS OF AMELIA ISLAND Learn About Architecture And The Architects That Shaped Our Island Homes From The Beginning With The Timucuans To Contemporary Times. Join Us And Have Fun Designing, Building And Viewing Houses! Meet An Architect Who Lives In Fernandina Beach And Designs Homes And Buildings Right Here. Be An Architect For A Day And Build A Miniature “Tiny Home” For: Children ages 10-12 When: June 12th-16th, 9am-12pm Cost: $50 ADVENTURES IN 1783 No Electricity, No Stores, No Schools And What Else Was Missing!! Discover What It Was Like To Live Here On The Island Before A Town Was Built, 234 Years Ago. Join Two Kids Who Lived Here In 1783- Maria And Luis Mattair. What Did They See And What Did They Do All Day. Have Fun Trying New Skills Like Sewing, Tracking,Cooking And Writing With Quill Pens. For: Ages 7-9 When: July 24th – 28th, 9am-12pm Cost: $50 Where: Amelia Island Museum of History, 233 S. 3rd Street, Fernandina Beach, FL. Forms available at the front desk. Space is very limited, your spot is not reserved until forms and payment are received. For Scholarship Info contact Phyllis at 904-261-7378, x. 101 or phyllis@ameliamuseum.org


Have you found fossils anywhere here in Nassau County? We are looking to exhibit local collections of fossils... fb.me/6vI8VFpqj

Have you found fossils anywhere here in Nassau County? We are looking to exhibit local collections of fossils this coming May! Please contact Gray Edenfield at 904.261.7378 x 102 if you have any you'd be willing to lend for our next exhibition, "It Came From The Attic: Fossils"