Reflections from Central Florida is the magazine of the Historical Society of Central Florida, Inc. at the Orange County Regional History Center. Currently in the 17th year of publication, Reflections reveals the span of human history in Central Florida from the Seminole people to space exploration. The mission of this full-color publication is to shed a light on little-known facts of local history, and to delve deeper into the stories from the region that have national relevance. Mailed to the members of the Historical Society of Central Florida, this magazine is a valuable contribution to the history literacy of the region. The magazine focuses on the Florida counties included within the History Center’s reach: Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Volusia, Lake, Brevard, and Polk.
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