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This page shows some early images of Brevard County which capture its pioneer culture and heritage. From time to time, this page will be updated with different views from around Brevard. Many of the best preserved and representative photographs from Brevard's past have been published in the official three volume history.

If you have historic photographs you would like to share, please contact us at (321) 633-1794.



View of Crane Creek, early 1900s.
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Brevard County's first courthouse, Titusville. Photo circa 1883.
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A group of Titusville's young women enjoy a day at the Canaveral seashore, circa 1915.
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Boat house at the end of Titusville's City Dock at Main Street, home to the commercial fishing industry established in 1885.
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River
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Indian
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Old Train
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Washington Aveue
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Pioneer Home
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1860 map
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Brevard County Photographic Memories
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Brevard County History Vol 1
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Brevard County History Vol 2
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Historic Brevard Landmark Guide
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East Coast Advocate
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Glimpses
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Historical Commission Office

Central Brevard Library
Attn: Brevard Historical Commission
308 Forrest Avenue
Cocoa, FL 32922

Office: (321) 633-1794
Fax: (321) 633-1807

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