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Preserves the documentation of the history of the Seminole Tribe. All types of materials including books,government documents,newspaper collection, photographs, oral histories, letters, maps, and memorabilia etc. dating from the early 1800's. Serves as a center of research for Seminole culture and Native American history in the Southeastern United States.
It houses exhibits highlighting the local area, including: Fossils, Cattle Industry, growing and processing both sugarcane and citrus, Commercial Fishing, Flying Brits from WWII, Killer Hurricanes and Seminole Indians. Also offers Historical Eco tours visitng Birding sites and Ah-Tha-Thi-Ki Museum and a bookstore with a large selection of materials about Florida History and Heritage.