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Churches completed in 1881, Towers completed in 1881, Episcopal churches in Florida, National Register of Historic Places in Leon County, Florida, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida, Buildings and structures in Tallahassee, Florida, Towers in Florida, Bell towers in the United States, History of Leon County, Florida, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Leon County, Churches in Leon County, Florida, 19th-century Episcopal ...
Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail is a rail trail and Florida State Park located on 16 miles (26 km) of the historic railbed of the Tallahassee Railroad, which ran between Tallahassee and St. Marks, Florida. The trail ends near the confluence of the St. Marks and Wakulla Rivers. The portion of the trail south of US 98 is designated as a portion of the Florida National Scenic Trail. A paved extension of the trail extends north for approximately 4 miles (6.4 km) into the City of ...
The Battle of Natural Bridge was a battle during the American Civil War, fought in what is now Woodville, Florida, near Tallahassee, on March 6, 1865. A small band of Confederate troops and volunteers, mostly composed of teenagers from the nearby Florida Military and Collegiate Institute that would later become Florida State University, and the elderly, protected by breastworks, prevented Union forces (consisting of African-American soldiers of the United States Colored Troops) from crossing the...
 Fort Stansbury was a frontier outpost created during the Seminole War (1835�1842) as well as used during the Civil War. The fort was located south of Tallahassee, Florida, and a few miles north of Wakulla Springs. This is inland from St. Marks, Florida. It was headquarters for the 3rd Regiment of the U.S. Infantry. Its construction would have been typical of other forts utilizing blockhouses and made from split pine trees. It was initially under the command of Lt. Colonel Ethan Allen Hitchcock...
 
 
 
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 St.John and Robertsville are two unincorporated communities in Gadsden County, Florida, United States. They are located near the intersection of Old Philadelphia Road and Old Bainbridge Road. Unlike some people think, the communities are not a part of the Mount Pleasant area. They recently had a zipcode change which split the community into two zipcodes, however the community considers itself a part of Quincy. They are approximately 5 miles outside of the city limits of Quincy, Florida. St. John...
 
 
The Barber-Pittman House at 416 N. Ashley St. in Valdosta, Georgia was built in 1915. It was a work of architect Lloyd Barton Greer. The house was built for E.R. Barber, who was both an inventor and the first Coca-Cola bottler located outside Atlanta. The builders daughter, Ola Barber Pittman, gave the house to the citizen of Valdosta on the condition that the house would not be sold. The house was restored and is used as the headquarters for the Valdosta-Lowndes Chamber of Commerce. It was list...
Apalachicola Bay is an estuary and lagoon located on the northwest coast of the U.S. state of Florida. The Apalachicola Bay system also includes St. Georges Sound, St. Vincent Sound and East Bay, covering an area of about 208 square miles (540 km2). Four islands St. Vincent Island to the west, Cape St. George Island and St. George Island to the south, and Dog Island to the east separate the system from the Gulf of Mexico. Water exchange occurs through Indian Pass, West Pass, East Pass and the Du...
 
 
 
 
 

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Lighthouses completed in 1852, Buildings and structures demolished in 2005, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Franklin County, Lighthouses on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida, National Register of Historic Places in Florida, Buildings and structures in Franklin County, Florida, Museums in Franklin County, Florida, Lighthouse museums in Florida, Historic American Buildings Survey in Florida, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Official website n...
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St. Andrews Bay, officially named St. Andrew Bay, is a bay located in Bay County in the panhandle of Florida. It is a 69,000 acre estuary located in northwest Florida. It is relatively deep, and of relatively high salinity due to the low freshwater inflow provided by only a few spring-fed creeks (the most significant being Econfina Creek, fed by Blue Spring). The county seat of Bay County, Panama City, is located on the bay, named for Saint Andrew. The Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Railway, which ra...
 
 
 Santa Fé de Toloca (Teleco, Toloco or SeNor Santo TOmas de Santa Fé) was a Spanish mission that existed near the Santa Fe River in the northwestern part of what is now Alachua County, Florida, United States during the 17th century. It became an important place on the camino real (royal road) connecting St. Augustine with Apalachee Province, which was centered on the site of present-day Tallahassee, Florida. The site that the Santa Fé mission occupied in the first half of the 17th century was ...
 

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 Choctawhatchee Bay is a bay in the Emerald Coast region of the Florida Panhandle. The bay, located within Okaloosa and Walton counties, has a surface area of 129 mi2 (334 km2). It is an inlet of the Gulf of Mexico, connected to it through East Pass (also known as Destin Pass). It also connects to Santa Rosa Sound in Fort Walton Beach, Florida to the west and to St. Andrews Bay in Bay County to the east, via the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. East Pass is the only outlet of the bay flowing directly ...
 Moniac is an unincorporated community situated along the St. Marys River, in southern Charlton County in the U.S. state of Georgia. Part of the Georgia Bend (the tail of Georgia that sticks further south than the rest of the state), the area was an early trading post in the 1820s as the last outpost before crossing into the Florida territory. To protect the settlement from Indian Raids, a fort was built across the St. Marys from the settlement in 1838. The settlements name comes from an Indian c...
Miramar Beach is a census-designated place (CDP) in Walton County, Florida, United States. The population was 6,146 at the 2010 census. Although many other localities in Florida have appended Beach to their names to distinguish themselves from an adjacent inland or cross-bay municipality � such as Miami Beach, St. Pete Beach, Pensacola Beach, and Jacksonville Beach � the city of Miramar, Florida is actually over 600 miles (970 km) away in South Florida. There are other Miramar Beaches in Goa...
 
 
 
St. Marks Episcopal Church, is an historic Carpenter Gothic Episcopal church located today at 212 North Church Street in Starke, Bradford County, Florida. Designed by Fernandina architect Robert S. Schuyler, it was built as All Saints Episcopal Church in 1880 some 20 miles to the south in Fairbanks in Alachua County on land donated by Fernandina attorney, George Fairbanks, who founded Fairbanks. After disastrous freezes in the 1890s destroyed the Fairbanks citrus groves, membership in All Saints...
 
 Colerain was a small trading post located on the St. Marys River in the state of Georgia. It served as the first location of the United States factory for trade with the Creek Indians in the mid-1790s, until the factory was relocated to the newly constructed Fort Wilkinson in 1797. It was also the site of the signing of the Treaty of Colerain between the Creeks and the United States government on June 29, 1796. The treaty expanded the U.S.-Creek border westward, allowed for Fort Wilkinsons const...
 
 
 
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 Ribault River is a tributary of the Trout River. It is located entirely in Jacksonville, Florida. The river is named after Jean Ribault, a French naval officer. The rivers headwaters are near Old Kings Road at an elevation of 7 feet (2.1 m) above sea level. The river cuts through the forest floor near its source, that portion of the river being classified as a creek. The river flows northward, as does the St. Johns River and many of the other tributaries of the Trout River. The river is 6.4 mile...
 
 
 
The Fuller Warren Bridge is a prestressed concrete girder bridge that carries I-95 across the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. The current bridge was completed in October 2002, replacing the original bascule bridge span completed in 1954. The current bridge was designed by HNTB Corporation in 1990 and built by Balfour Beatty Construction. The entire bridge is over 7,500 ft (2,286 m). long, with a main span of 250 feet (76 m), and a vertical clearance of 75 ft (23 m). The bridge now carr...
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The St. Elmo W. Acosta Bridge Bridge spans the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida on a fixed span. It was named for City Councilman St. Elmo W. Acosta, who convinced voters to approve a $950,000 bond issue for the original bridge. It carries SR 13 (six lanes) with the two-track Jacksonville Skyway in the median. Prior to its replacement in 1991, the bridge, originally called St. Johns River Bridge, opened in 1921 and carried three lanes (center one reversible) on a lift bridge of similar d...
 
Downtown Jacksonville is the historic core and central business district (CBD) of Jacksonville, Florida USA. It comprises the earliest area of the city to be developed and is located in its geographic center along the narrowing point of the St. Johns River. There are various definitions of what constitutes Jacksonvilles downtown; the one used by the city government and other entities defines it as including five districts: the Downtown Core (or Northbank), the Southbank, LaVilla, Brooklyn, and t...
National Register of Historic Places in Clay County, Florida, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida, Episcopal churches in Florida, Anglican cemeteries, Carpenter Gothic churches in Florida, Cemeteries on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Clay County, Churches in Clay County, Florida, Hidden categories:, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls, Articles sourced...
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Recreation in Jacksonville, Florida, Buildings and structures in Jacksonville, Florida, History of Jacksonville, Florida, Culture of Jacksonville, Florida, Government of Jacksonville, Florida, Taylor Hardwick buildings, Parks in Jacksonville, Florida, Downtown Jacksonville, Southbank, Jacksonville, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from February 2009, All articles needing additional references, All articles lacking reliable references, Articles lacking reliable reference...
The Jacksonville Skyway is a people mover in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. An automated monorail train, it is operated by the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA). Opening in 1989 with three stations in Downtown Jacksonville, the Skyway was extended in 1996 following a conversion from its original technology to Bombardier Transportation equipment. It was expanded again in 1998 and 2000. The system currently comprises two routes across 2.5-mile (4.0 km) of track, serving eight stat...
The Main Street Bridge, officially the John T. Alsop Jr. Bridge, is a bridge crossing the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. It was the second bridge built across the river. It carries four lanes of traffic, and is signed as U.S. Route 1- US 90 (SR 5- SR 10). A lift bridge, it opened in July 1941^ at a cost of $1.5 million. In 1957 it was named after Mayor John T. Alsop, Jr., but continues to be known, even on road signs, as the Main Street Bridge. It remains one of the most recognizable ...
 The Jacksonville Public Library is the public library system of Jacksonville, Florida. It primarily serves Jacksonville and Duval County, and is also used by the neighboring Baker, Nassau, Clay, and St. Johns Counties. It is one of the largest library systems in the Florida, with a collection of over three million items. A division of the city government, the library has the third largest group of city employees after the citys Fire Department and Sheriffs Office. There are twenty branches and a...

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  Churches completed in 1881, Towers completed in 1881, Episcopal churches in Florida, National Register of Historic Places in Leon County, Florida, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida, Buildings and structures in Tallahassee, Florida, Towers in Florida, Bell towers in the United States, History of Leon County, Florida, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Leon County, Churches in Leon County, Florida, 19th-century Episcopal churches, Big Bend Region, Florida Registered Historic Place stubs, Leon County, Florida geography stubs, United States Anglican church stubs, Florida church stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles sourced only to NRIS from November 2013, All articles sourced only to NRIS, Coordinates on Wikidata, Commons category without a link on Wikidata, All stub articles,  

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  St. Johns Episcopal Church is an historic church in Tallahassee, Florida. It is located at 211 North Monroe Street. On August 10, 1978, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.  

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