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    Slavery In Escambia County

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    stated that free blacks were prevented from owning or carrying firearms or other military weaponry in Florida with the exception of Pensacola and St Augustine where free blacks could posses’ weapons that fell in accordance with the cities own guidelines. Both Pensacola and St Augustine were also the only cities in the Florida territory to allow slaves to buy their freedom from there masters without there masters having to incur a fifty-dollar fee from the governing county. Later in the article Ruth Barr and Modeste reference an 1851 Tallahassee newspaper which mentioned a Virginia and Alabama proposition which would make the settlement of free blacks in there repective states illegal. Unlike the neighboring regions, Escambia County in particular was still experiencing a high functioning relationship between the white and free black citizens in…

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    The gallery has since used small fees to enter exhibits and allowed the purchase of art at reasonable prices to sustain the basic cost involved in running the building. Since its opening, the gallery has turned into a major center for public enjoyment and the spread of artistic ideas. On the third Friday of every month the gallery also opens up for free to public because the local Pensacola event, Gallery night. This use of building coincides with the use of Roman architecture albeit in a…

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    Pensacola Reflection

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    Today I presented my untitled poem to the class. My poem was about my life here in Pensacola and some of my opinions on staying here and leaving. I really didn’t have any major inspiration to the poem besides the fact that I have been watching a ton of college move in videos on youtube. I always say things like “I hate Pensacola” or “there’s nothing to do here” (which I still agree with) and “I can’t wait until I leave”, but honestly, I can wait. I can wait forever. Pensacola is my home, no…

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    Pensacola Beach Fieldwork

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    Proposed Methods The fieldwork for this study will be conducted along the Gulf Coast region in the state of Florida, otherwise known as the panhandle, which contains Pensacola Beach. The group will break up Pensacola Beach into four sections: 1) Casino Beach, 2) Avenida 18, 3) Portofino Beach, and 4) parking lot H (figure 1). The reason why Pensacola Beach was broken into four parts is to the parts which are Casino Beach and Portofino Beach are more tourest-based whereas, Avenida 18 and…

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    I chose the Pensacola Naval Air Station, Pensacola Florida because that is the site in which the majority of my family lives and works on. This station is home of Aviation Schools, Air Technical Training, Marine Aviation Training, and the Blue Angels. This station was placed on the National Priorities List in 1989 due to the contaminated surface and ground water, soil and sediments. This contamination dates back to before World War 2 where there weren’t any regulatory guidance on dumping waste…

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    It was spring break and my family and I decided to take a trip to Pensacola beach in Florida, the entire trip was amazing and memorable, but the most memorable moment for me was when we decided to walk the peer. It was getting late almost time for dinner when the sun started to go down and as the sun touched the top of the ocean the most stunning and magnificent sunset I had ever seen in my life appeared. I quickly reached into my bag to grab my brand new galaxy alpha android phone. I went to…

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    Introduction Technology has advanced so much in the last 10 years. Software, hardware, networking and the Internet have propelled established businesses and created new businesses, creating a very competitive playing field. Compu-Graphix is a small graphic designing company located at 800 Beverly Parkway, Pensacola, Florida. Since 1986 they have been serving the Pensacola and surrounding areas, making them an industry leader (Compu-Graphix.com). Their staff consists of six dedicated employees.…

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    Red Snapper Industry of Pensacola Critical to understanding the eventual development of the fishing industry in Pensacola is recognizing the city’s geographical location and land features. In Hawkshaw: Prehistory and History in an Urban Neighborhood in Pensacola, Florida, the environmental setting is laid bare. A major land shaping force in the area is the Gulf of Mexico. During the Pleistocene Era, the sea level was 300 feet lower than it is today due to “glacial episodes.” Due to the low sea…

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    Stephen Ireland Luthy passed from this earth on May 14, 2196, after a long and productive life. He is survived by two imaginary children, Louie Lee Luthy and Tallulah Luthy, both of Pensacola, Florida, and by his cyberdachshund, Jacques 737. Mr. Luthy was raised in an emotionally deprived but materially affluent home in Palo Alto, California. As a child, he struggled to identify the streets around the family home. Marian Luthy compensated for her eldest son’s geographic dyslexia by placing a…

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    Being connected to naval ports from the gulf to the Atlantic, it was possible for large-scale shipment to take place. Lumber companies came in to exploit the area. The companies came in for lumber, sap, and ship building materials. The sap from the trees proved to be vital. The sap could be turned into turpentine. Without the modern medicine we have today people turned to turpentine as a “cure all.” It was used for lung congestion, joint pain, abrasions, etc (Turpentine: The Healing Oil?). Being…

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