VIDEO: Lecture Series Highlights Cocoa’s Architectural Heritage, Lives of Early Residents

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ABOVE VIDEO: This presentation from the Discovery Florida Lecture Series features Roy Laughlin and Michael Boonstra as they discuss Cocoa’s architectural heritage and how the lives of Cocoa’s early residents are represented in it’s rich architectural heritage.

COCOA, FLORIDA – This presentation from the Discovery Florida Lecture Series features Roy Laughlin and Michael Boonstra as they discuss Cocoa’s architectural heritage and how the lives of Cocoa’s early residents are represented in it’s rich architectural heritage.

The Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science is located in Cocoa, Florida.

Tucked away in a quite residential neighborhood the museum boasts two wings of indoor exhibits and a 22-acre nature preserve backing up to the Eastern Florida State College Planetarium.

Through curation and display we invite visitors to explore the unique history of Brevard County. From Ice Age fossils to the Space Age Hubble telescope, we have something for everyone.

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The Brevard Museum is also home to the Florida Historical Society Archaeological Institute whose mission, in hand with the museum, is to educate the public about Florida archaeology through research, publication and outreach.

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This presentation from the Discovery Florida Lecture Series features Roy Laughlin and Michael Boonstra as they discuss Cocoa’s architectural heritage and how the lives of Cocoa’s early residents are represented in it’s rich architectural heritage.


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