Today, Eldora is an uninhabited town located within the Canaveral National Seashore. But back in the later part of the 19th century, it was a place for vacationing northerners and orange growers.After a harsh winter in the area, much of the orange crop didn't survive, tourism suffered and the State House fell into disrepair as nature retook the area.
In 1989, the National Park Service and several local groups rehabilitated the home, and today it serves as a museum dedicated to this unique part of Florida history.
This beautiful ornament, one of only 10,000, was created from original artwork by Gregory J. Harber and features the State House surrounded by local flora within a double gold-finished frame.
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