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  • The Florida Indians

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    Many of the Florida Indians by the time of the British arrival (1763) were trading for decades with the Spanish and its colonies to the immediate south. The Creek Nation was a loose confederation of disparate Southeastern tribes sharing a common language and matrilineal line. Many of the Creeks who did not share their nation’s policy of trade with the British colonies migrated to new lands in Florida. But despite the geopolitical separation into Spanish territory, many still identified themselves

  • Travel In Florida

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    most crucial thing about adventure is surprising element. Florida is the paradise for every traveler. this magical state is representing the haven for the American citizen, because it has many elements to be surprising for travelers; historical sites, diverse food, theme parks, natural places, and beaches. All these factors give Florida advantage to be a remarkable destination for all travelers. Historical sites in Florida are one of the oldest and famous destinations in the United

  • Trip To Florida

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    When my family and I was getting ready to go on a trip to Florida, my parents knew there was going to be some obstacles to before we got to Florida. First, where would we stay at, and how long would we be there for? We also were wondering on if we were going to drive, or fly on an airplane to our destination. My dad always wanted to go to Pensacola because of the calm beaches and places that he liked. My mom insisted that we should go to Daytona beach do to the best places to stay, and relaxing areas

  • A Interview On Florida Hospital

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    Florida Hospital was founded in Orlando by the Seventh Day Adventist church in 1908. It is part of a 46-hospital network, with 20 nursing homes and 25 health care agencies extending across 12 states that make up Adventist Health System (AHS). AHS is one of the nation’s largest hospital systems, and is a not-for-profit healthcare organization. The Florida Hospital name consists of nine campuses within Central Florida. AHS has an additional twenty-eight total campuses throughout Florida that also

  • Essay on The Florida Everglades

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    survival of a biological community. In the United States, American citizens are on the verge of irrevocably damaging one of the country's most unique and diverse treasures - the Florida Everglades. This national park is now the only remaining patch of a river that used to span 120 miles from Lake Okeechobee to the Florida Bay. Dikes and levees created by the Army Corps of Engineers in the late 1940's drained this river to reduce flooding and increase useable water for the development of the region

  • The Hazards Of South Florida

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    South Florida is home to 5.8 million residents. This area consists of Miami-Dade County, Broward County, and Palm Beach County. Through out the year these residents and also tourists have to deal with different hazards. I will be choosing Fort Lauderdale as my community. Fort Lauderdale has to deal with severe thunderstorms and hurricanes. Both of these hazards bring with them multiply hazards themselves. They bring severe wind, lightning strikes, flooding, and storm surges. South Florida also

  • The Senator Of The State Of Florida

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    Brenda Chavez MCOM 1113-14354 Informative Speech #1 October 29, 2015 Marco Rubio The Senator of Florida Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the Senator of the State of Florida Marco Rubio, his family, his education, his career, and how do people perceived him. Introduction I. Immigration has always been a matter of controversy in the United States. Most of us have a foreign background or heritage. However, nowadays we can see major leaders in the world of politics and business that

  • FLORIDA: The Invasion Of The Everglades

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    FLORIDA: A HOME INVASION Florida is the most heavily invaded state of alien species in the US, with some of the most dangerous animals in the world found at its doorstep. The Everglades are home to potential ‘man-eaters’ such as the well known Burmese and African Rock Python’s, however researchers have confirmed a new ‘man-eating’ species has come to town – The Nile Crocodile. Residents of urban areas far from the Everglades are no longer safe from the invasion of non-native

  • Gubernatorial Election in Florida

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    Analysis of the 2014 Gubernatorial Election in Florida The 2014 mid-term elections are some of the most telling that the United States has experienced within the past several decades. As President Barack Obama serves out his final term in office, many throughout the country are wondering which of the two major political parties will have the upper hand in government as America moves toward the next Presidential Election of 2016. In recent years, Florida has been considered one of the closest “battleground

  • Florida Descriptive Narrative

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    Florida Do you know when you are on a plane, your ears pop like crazy? Well, I know from experience, because I was on a plane to Florida for 2 ½ hours. My family, aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents were all going to Florida. When the airplane takes off for the very first time, your ears are not used to the elevation, so it will mostly likely hurt. You eventually get used to the feeling of it, after a certain amount of time in the plane. “We have been in this plane for 2 hours,” Braden moaned