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The Seminole Historical Society, historically speaking, is a young organization. The SHS, was founded in 2004, by a group of concerned citizens. Our mission is to participate in the preservation and restoration of historically important artifacts, documents, articles and buildings in Seminole, Florida. Preservation of our area and our assets will ensure, that our children and generations to come will have the resources to learn about the people who founded and developed our community.

The Seminole Historical Society invites you to participate with us in our efforts to preserve the history of Seminole. We encourage donations of historical documents, photographs and artifacts. Share your stories; do you or a family member have historical memories of Seminole? Please consider putting them to paper, tape or disc. Submisions can be made to any board member. Please view our About Us page for our mission statement and society member information.
Help Us House a Seminole Historical Museum
Over time, Seminole has lost most of its historical structures. We have only a few remaining historical buildings and landmarks. A primary goal of the SHS is to preserve what remains. As the Seminole Historical Society has yet to acquire a permanent home, we invite you to view our "museum" online. The Seminole Historical Society does encourage the public to join us at membership meetings and special events. Please visit our Membership and Events pages for more details.
Pictured circa 1872, the Mears Homestead on the current Seminole City Park land. View this photo and more in room 210 B at the Holland Mangum Recreation Complex - at any membership meeting. You don't have to be a member to attend a meeting! Copies may be viewed on our Chronology page.
By U.S. Mail:
Seminole Historical Society

P.O. Box 7652
Seminole, FL 33775
How to Reach The Seminole Historical Society
By Email

Telephone Our President
Sandra Holloway