About Us


The historical context of our lives is fundamental to how the past shapes our community’s present and future. We will be a vital resource for making our common history accessible, interesting and meaningful to all. We will be recognized as the principal repository and resource for the collected history of Fruitland Peninsula. We will advocate for the preservation of historic sites and structures in our community.

Our Society welcomes all members of our community who have contributed to or have an interest in this area’s unique history – schools, churches, individuals and organizations representing the contributions of all cultures and ethnicities.


Our Mission is to bring together people to discover, promote and preserve the history of the Fruitland Peninsula so that future generations can know and benefit from our rich heritage, cultures, and traditions.
We are members of the American Association for State and Local History, a national membership association dedicated to helping the history community.

Historic Structures

Designation and preservation of historic structures within the Fruitland Peninsula is part of our focus. Working with the State, County and Cities, we strive to identify and officially designation historic districts and building with the aim to preserve their past heritage for future generations. These old relics represent a culture and a way of life that can’t be imagined by today’s youth.

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We are an independent, member-supported 501(c)(3), non-profit organization.