Micanopy Historical Society Museum and Archives
Cholokka Boulevard at Bay Street, Micanopy 32667 Alachua County
(352) 466-3200

Located in the town named after Seminole Chief Micanopy, the museum has a display of Native American artifacts ranging in age from 5000 to 500 years and copies of the 16th century DeBry engravings of American Indians. William Bartram's drawings and sketches show local native flora and fauna. View portraits of Seminole War chiefs from the McKenny-Hall Portrait Gallery of American Indians. Read period newspaper articles to experience the troubled times of the Second Seminole War, when Fort Micanopy was a site for US soldiers defending area settlers. Open every day 1-4 pm. Call for group tours. Donation suggested.

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