Join us on Wednesday, April 16, at 6:30 p.m. for a virtual presentation by award-winning author Dr. Michele Currie Navakas, on the topic of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s life in Mandarin.
Do you know…how America’s first Black female aviatrix’ life ended in Jacksonville, Florida? Please enjoy this tale “From the Archives.”
What does it take to sustain a historic old church in downtown Jacksonville? Just what is Jacksonville’s Most Worshipful Union Grand Lodge? These and other intriguing questions will be answered at the first of the Jacksonville Historical Society’s Speaker Series events.
The year 2020 has provided much fodder for historians. The JHS chooses now to look forward to new opportunities in 2021 to forward its mission of education and historic preservation. Join us!
The 18th Annual Gingerbread Extravaganza helped end 2020 on a high note at the Jacksonville Historical Society. Read more for details.
Author and Historian Wayne W. Wood hits it out of the ballpark once again with the newly-released “LIFE: The Untold Story of Charles Adrian Pillars,” available at $49.95. Read more…
Requests will be handled via phone or email The Jacksonville Historical Society’s facilities, including the archives and research library, closed to the public March 18,2020 and will remain closed until further notice. As soon as normal operations resume, research appointments can be scheduled. In the meantime, the JHS staff remains available and committed to serve […]