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  • Water Pollution In Florida

    surrounds all of Florida and it is what draws people to our state. There are two big beautiful oceans that surround the state of Florida. There are also several lakes, rivers, springs and other bodies of water. Although, the biggest problem in Florida is the pollution going into Florida’s waterways; everyone has a role on the pollution. Homeowner’s are a part of the problem because they are trying to keep their lawns green and lush by using fertilizer and pesticides that eventually run into some type of body of water (Call and Stephenson). Some are considered polluted because the high levels of dissolved oxygen and some have fecal bacteria (Dunn). Typhoid, hepatitis,…

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  • Florida Seminole Tribe

    The arrival of various Creek and other Muscogee people to Florida in the mid-1700s signaled the genesis of what would eventually be recognized as the Seminole tribe of Florida. These Indians settled in parts of Florida where the original, albeit much less in numbers, inhabitants of Florida still resided. Many of the Florida Indians by the time of the British arrival were trading for decades with the Spanish and its colonies to the immediate south. The Creek nation was a loose confederation of…

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  • Seminole Influence In Florida

    INTRODUCTION Since before the British occupation of Florida (1763-1783), continuing throughout the second Spanish occupation (1783-1821), and unto the American occupation (1821), Creeks and many other southeastern Indian tribes, driven out of their homelands including escaping wars and colonial expansion, migrated to Florida. Although many other Indian tribes previously inhabited the peninsula, European diseases and wars devastated Florida’s Native population. Those few who survived: Timucua,…

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  • Description Of A Trip To Florida Essay

    What comes to mind when you think about Florida? Do you think about Disney? The food and restaurants?Or the beautiful parks and fun places you could see? Florida is a great place to live because of its beautiful palm trees and beaches. I go to Florida every year because it is a great vacation spot for the family and friends. For one thing, Florida especially has places to go and visit and have fun. Florida is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy yourself. First, Disney world is located in…

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  • Best Vacation Spots In Florida

    Best Vacation Spots in Florida Florida is regarded by many people as one of the best and most incredible states in the United States of America for several reasons. The most important reason is the beauty and splendor it is endowed with. This state is gifted with both natural and man-made wonders, which is the reason why it is one of the favorite vacation destinations of locals and tourists from outside of the United States. In this article, you will get to know the best vacation spots in…

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  • Florida Budget Essay

    legislature can serve. In both states at the upper houses, the elected lawmakers have a term lasting two years; however, there is a limit of 4 terms in which one can serve in the upper legislative arm in Florida whereas such a limit does not exist in Washington. When it comes to the lower house, lawmakers in Florida have terms lasting either 2 or 4 years and there is…

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  • The Florida Seminole War

    Throughout the United States early history Florida was the site of the countries deadliest and most ferocious military battles in the country. With the expansion of the United States came the acquisition Native American Territories. This vast expansion left the United States at odds with the natives and many times the government simply forced the Natives to relocate to distant lands without any form of compensation. These disagreements would culminate in Florida in the 19th century with three…

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  • Florida Waters Treasure Hunters

    In these three passages; "Florida Waters Treasure Hunters" by Scott L. Key; "Weather Reconnaissance" by Harriet Jane Caldwell; and "Search For Ancient Civilization" by Juan De Los Santos, they all share a similarity. They share similarities of finding hidden treaure, also where and when storms are going to hit and ancient civilizations. But they also have differences like what tehnology they use to find those things. I think that in the passage "Search for Ancient Civilization" they…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: A Trip To Florida

    Over the summer I went on a great vacation with my family. My entire family flew from Denver to Florida. We took a cruise from Florida to the Bahamas and back to Florida again. After the cruise our vacation continued at Universal Studios in Orlando Florida. It was a fun filled vacation and a great cruise filled with lots of fun activities. First things first, we flew to Florida from Denver Colorado. When we arrived in Florida, a limo was waiting to take us from the airport to the hotel we…

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  • Case Analysis: The College Of Central Florida

    Market Analysis Introduction The College of Central Florida was established in 1957 with a vision to improve the educational opportunities in the counties of Marion, Citrus and Levy. The campus is located between downtown Ocala, Florida and Interstate 75. The college has grown and has multiple satellite campuses serving communities throughout Citrus and Levy counties. The college provides a wide variety of Associate, Baccalaureate and certificate programs to meet the needs of any prospective…

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