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Historical Museum of Southern Florida     View
Selections from this Miami museum that explores "10,000 years of history and culture in greater Miami, South Florida and the Caribbean." Features online exhibits about Calypso, Cuba's flora and fauna, the Everglades, the Florida home 1945-1 ...
http://www.historical-museum.org

Key West Light - ipl2's Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey     View
"This light sits at the southern tip of Florida's Keys. The tower is 86 feet tall, having been raised from its original height of 66 feet in 1894. The first lighthouse in Key West was built in 1825 closer to the shore on Whitehead Point, but was dest ...
http://ipl.org/div/light/FLA/KeyWest.html

Cape Florida Light - ipl2's Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey     View
Located in Key Biscayne, Florida, this "95-foot tall" light tower was built in 1855. It replaced a tower that was destroyed during the Seminole War in 1836. The light tower was put back into use by the Coast Guard in 1978 after 100 years of inactiv ...
http://ipl.org/div/light/FLA/CapeFlorida.html

Sanibel Island Light - ipl2's Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey     View
"This 102-foot tower is a square pyramidal skeleton structure with a cylinder enclosing a stairway. It is located at Sanibel Point on the east end of Sanibel Island, a few miles from the J.N. 'Ding' Darling National Wildlife Refuge. This still active ...
http://ipl.org/div/light/FLA/SanibelIs.html

Hillsboro Inlet Light - ipl2's Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey     View
"Located between Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale on the north side of Hillsboro Inlet, this 137-foot tall octagonal, pyramidal iron skeleton tower has a metal cylinder housing the 175 stairs. This automated beacon is still active today."
http://ipl.org/div/light/FLA/HillsboroIn.html

Jupiter Inlet Light - ipl2's Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey     View
This 108-foot brick tower is located "on a knoll overlooking the Loxahatchee River" in Jupiter, Florida. It was built in 1860. "Its light shines 146 feet above sea level. This automated beacon is still active today."
http://ipl.org/div/light/FLA/JupiterInlet.html

American Shoal Light - ipl2's Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey     View
Built in 1880 and automated in 1963, "This light is a brown disc and screw pile tower with an octagonal, pyramidal shape. It has a white central tubular stairwell."
http://ipl.org/div/light/FLA/AmeriShoal.html

Amelia Island Light - ipl2???s Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey     View
Built in 1839, "This light sits about 2 miles from the north end of Amelia Island, on the south side of the entrance to the St. Marys River, the border between Georgia and Florida, near Fernandina Beach, Amelia Island's main town."
http://ipl.org/div/light/FLA/AmeliaIs.html

Voting Irregularities in Florida During the 2000 Presidential Election     View
A report issued by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights in June 2001.
http://www.usccr.gov/pubs/vote2000/report/main.htm

Exploring Florida     View
Designed to provide social studies resources for students and teachers, this site features a history of Florida, "Floripedia: A Florida Encyclopedia," maps, movies, panoramas, music, and hundreds of historic photos. Also includes a bibliogr ...
http://fcit.usf.edu/florida/

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