The Historic Hernando Preservation Society is a private non-profit organization whose mission is to support and encourage ongoing interest and research relating to the history of the original Hernando County, Florida, including aspects of Archaeology, Architecture and Culture of current day Hernando, Citrus and Pasco Counties.
We invite you to attend our monthly meetings…
We meet on the 1st Thursday of the month in historic downtown Brooksville at the Brooksville City Hall, 201 Howell Ave. At the northwest corner of Howell Ave (Main St) and Fort Dade Ave.
Meetings start at 6:30 pm.
Contact us at:
Historic Hernando Preservation Society, Inc.
Brooksville, Florida 34605
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Officers & Directors 2018
Archaeology: Dave Letasi, Chair
- Archaeological Site Identification & Preservation
- Cemetery Documentation & Preservation
- Hope Hill Archaeological Site
- Chocochatti Research
Historic Architecture: , Chair
- Walking Tours
- Home Tours
- House Plaques
Historical Signage & Plaques: Jon Yeager, Chair email@example.com
- Florida State Markers
Outreach: Vickie Jimmerson, Chair
- Coordination with other organizations
Field Trips: Bev Nuccio, Sue Russo, Co-Chairs
Special Events: ,
- Heritage Day
- Founders Week Events
Grant writing: ,
Administration: Roger Sherman, Chair
Ex-officio Director: Bill Rosst
Website Maintenance: Jo-Anne Peck
Barry Wharton, Environmental Historian & Cultural Resources Specialist
Dr. Brent Weisman, Ph.D., Department of Anthropology
Meg Stack, M.A., RPA, Doctoral Student, Applied Anthropology
Dr. Paul Backhouse, Ph.D., Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum Director & Tribal Historic Preservation Officer
Willie Johns, Tribal Historian
FLORIDA PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY NETWORK (F.P.A.N.)
Jeff Moates, Director
Nigel Rudolph, Outreach
Become a Member
Historic Hernando Preservation Society’s membership empowers us with a strong community voice that allows us to encourage an appreciation for our area’s rich heritage. Please join us!