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  • Florida Division of Historical Resources - Pages on archaeology, grants, museums, underwater preserves, history, and folklife. Site map, section on state historical commission.
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  • A Brief History of Florida - A concise history of the state "from the Stone Age to the Space Age" by the Florida Department of State's Division of Historical Resources.
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  • Florida Folklife from the WPA Collections, 1937-1942 - Folksongs, folktales, and life histories of African-American, Arabic, Bahamian, British-American, Cuban, Greek, Italian, Minorcan, Seminole, and Slavic cultures throughout the state, recorded under the auspices of the WPA arts projects in Florida.
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  • Florida Historical Societies - Locate address information (including web site links) for historical societies in each county within the state of Florida.
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  • Florida Historical Society - Cultural organization. Bookstore, journeys for the junior historian, family history, library, Florida Historical Quarterly, research requests and membership.
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  • Florida History Internet Center - A history of Florida and guide to historic sites across the state, with detailed timeline from 1497 to the present day.
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  • Florida Kids - A place for Florida kids to learn, explore, and amuse themselves with Florida history and education.
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  • Florida Memory Project - Searchable collections of manuscripts, war records, historic images, vital statistics, audio and video recordings.
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  • Florida Newspaper Library - Florida newspapers are being cataloged to full level CONSER standards. Microfilm of newspapers is produced to national preservation standards.
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  • Scottish Highland Games and Celtic Festival - In celebration of the Scottish and Celtic families who settled North Florida.
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  • Society of Florida Archivists - Academics, librarians, government officials and individuals working to preserve documents of historical value including papers, maps, photos, films, audio recordings and electronic records. Newsletter, listserv, annual conference, membership application.
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  • United States-Spain Treaty of 1819 - The original agreement transferring Florida to the United States of America. Provided by the Modern History Sourcebook.
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  • Wallace Reichelt Oral History Project, Florida State University - With an index of oral interviews, some of which are now readable on the web. Covering the history of Tallahassee, the state, and W.W.II.
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  • WPA Life Histories from Florida - Depression-era reminiscences of ordinary Floridians, some written by novelists and poets who later achieved fame. From the U.S. Library of Congress files.
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