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The Florida Pioneer Museum is a museum and historic house in Florida City, Florida.

It is housed in the original station agentís house, built in 1904 in Homestead by William A. King, the first station agent in Homestead for Flaglerís Florida East Coast Railroad. The house was moved to Florida City in 1962.

There are displays of agricultural tools used by the early pioneers of the area, Native American artifacts, household equipment, early medical implements and an early X-ray machine, old bottles, and quite a bit of information about Henry Flaglerís Overseas Railroad, completed in January, 1912.

The Museum was established in 1962. For more information about the Museum, its collection and future events, visit the Museum website at floridapioneermuseum.org. The Museum is located at 826 N. Krome Avenue in Florida City.
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