The Carver-Hill School began in 1915 and was a segregated school for African-American children. Museum honors and chronicles the lives of the local African-American community, focusing on black history and culture. The Carver-Hill Museum serves as an archive for artifacts related to Carver-Hill School including photographs. In addition, the museum features important historical documents of local families and the community.
Documenting the history and culture of Okaloosa and Walton counties, the Museum holds letters, books, photographs, periodicals, maps, business records and other materials relating to early Scottish settlers, the L and N Railroad, oral histories of pioneer families, historic country public records documenting marriages and businesses.