Past and Present Riley Museum Interns
Past and Present Riley Museum Interns at the 2014 Gala
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from the Staff at the Riley Museum
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Fall 2013 Blended Lives with Ms. Jami
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USCT Reenactment Unit at the 2013 Emancipation Celebration
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The Riley Museum Staff welcomes you!
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Visitor Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 2013
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Renaissance Park Field Trip
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Riley Kids at Natural Bridge

Congratulations to the Winner of our Social Media Contest #BeInspired2014!

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Thank you Anthony Gibbs for sharing your favorite inspiration with us! As promised, your tweet is on our website! Thank you everyone for participating in #BeInspired2014!


SCHEDULE A MUSEUM TOUR TODAY!

Riley Museum exhibit recognizes those who ’Led the Way’ in the integration of Leon County Public SchoolsThey Led the Way is a riveting exhibit detailing the intimate portraits and oral histories of the first 8 students to integrate the Leon County public school system. This exhibit is presented in partnership with Kent State University’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication. The 2014 calendar is filling up fast! Don’t miss your opportunity to experience living history. Call us at (850)681-7881 or email INFO@RileyMuseum.org to schedule your tour right away…


OUT OF THE PAST, A NOBLE LEADER – John Gilmore Riley

John G. Riley robot» Click Here – Mr. Riley (Animatronic) speaks from his office in the West Room John Gilmore Riley was born in 1857, when slavery was a way of life and educational pursuits for blacks were illegal. In 1881 he began teaching at Lincoln Academy, one of three freedmen schools built during the Reconstruction era in Florida to provide secondary instruction to blacks. In addition to his career as an educator, he also distinguished himself as a leader in business and was Grand High Priest of the Royal Arch Masons of Florida. John G. Riley died in 1954. The house he built for his family in 1890 stands today as a testament to the rich, cultural heritage of African-Americans.» Click Here to read more

PROUD PARTNERS

Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.


CULTURAL EVENT SPOTLIGHT
COMMERCE & COMMUNITY IMPACT

The John G. Riley Museum is proud to spotlight industry partners whose support and cooperation has made a great impact on the success of our organization. Every quarter we will highlight a small business enterprise that encourages commerce while making a significant community impact.     

Partnership Spotlight: Spencer Ingram, CPA, MBA, Owner – Ingram Accounting & Consulting, LLC | 850-877-8099 | info@IngramAccounting.com 

Spencer Ingram dedicates himself to providing accounting and consulting services to leading small businesses, insurance agencies, individuals and other non-profit organizations. Serving the community since 1994, Ingram Accounting and Consulting, LLC  has offered a variety of financial services both for consumer clients and businesses. Some of their most popular services include tax planning and preparation, profit planning, advisory services, financial planning and accounting services. In addition, Spencer and his team strive to maintain relationships with his clients. Over 95 percent of their work is with continuing clients. They pride themselves on the strong, close knit culture with their clients.