Samuel Curry House
The Samuel G. and Amanda Curry House (circa 1860): a historic house museum with furnishings from the 1800s.
Mary Amelia’s House
The Mary Amelia Curry House (circa 1860): an exhibit center. The Manatee Room currently hosts an exhibit about the early settlement, including artifacts found during archaeological investigations. The “Archaeology of Freedom” exhibit highlights the excavations for Angola including a 3D model of the excavation’s stratigraphy.
Theodosia Curry House
The Theodosia Curry House (1925): Our Visitors Center also houses the exhibit “Freedom Seekers at the Manatee”, which tells the dramatic story of the maroon community of Angola and Florida’s Underground Railroad.
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