Tallahassee, Florida

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Tallahassee is the capital city of the U.S. state of Florida.wikipedia
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Tallahassee is the capital city of the U.S. state of Florida.
Tallahassee is the state's capital.

Florida State University

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Tallahassee is home to Florida State University, ranked the nation's eighteenth best public university by U.S. News & World Report. In 2016, the city suffered a direct hit by Hurricane Hermine, causing about 80% of the city proper to lose power, including Florida State University, and knocking down many trees.
Florida State University (Florida State or FSU) is a public space-grant and sea-grant research university in Tallahassee, Florida.

Florida State Capitol

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As the capital, Tallahassee is the site of the Florida State Capitol, Supreme Court of Florida, Florida Governor's Mansion, and nearly 30 state agency headquarters.
The Florida State Capitol in Tallahassee, Florida, is an architecturally and historically significant building listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Florida Panhandle

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Tallahassee is the largest city in the Florida Big Bend and Florida Panhandle region, and the main center for trade and agriculture in the Florida Big Bend and Southwest Georgia regions.
The largest city in the Panhandle is Tallahassee, the state capital, population 188,107 (2014).

Tallahassee metropolitan area

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The population of the Tallahassee metropolitan area was 385,145.
The Tallahassee metropolitan area is the metropolitan area centered on Tallahassee, Florida.

Florida Governor's Mansion

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As the capital, Tallahassee is the site of the Florida State Capitol, Supreme Court of Florida, Florida Governor's Mansion, and nearly 30 state agency headquarters.
The Florida Governor's Mansion (also called The People's House of Florida) is a historic U.S. residence in Tallahassee, Florida and the official residence of the Governor of Florida.

St. Augustine, Florida

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The Spanish Empire established their first colonial settlement at St. Augustine.
The territorial government moved and made Tallahassee the capital of Florida in 1824.

Lake Jackson Mounds Archaeological State Park

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Around AD 1200, the large and complex Mississippian culture had built earthwork mounds near Lake Jackson which survive today; they are preserved in the Lake Jackson Archaeological State Park.
One of several major mound sites in the Florida Panhandle, the park is located in northern Tallahassee, on the south shore of Lake Jackson.

Mission San Luis de Apalachee

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The largest, Mission San Luis de Apalachee in Tallahassee, has been partially reconstructed by the state of Florida.
Mission San Luis de Apalachee (also known as San Luis de Talimali) was a Spanish Franciscan mission built in 1633 in the Florida Panhandle, two miles west of the present-day Florida Capitol Building in Tallahassee, Florida.

History of Florida State University

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In 1851, the Florida legislature decreed two seminaries to be built on either side of the Suwannee River, East Florida Seminary and West Florida Seminary.
The history of Florida State University dates to the 19th century and is deeply intertwined with the history of education in the state of Florida and in the city of Tallahassee.

Anhaica

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Hernando de Soto and his mid-16th century expedition occupied the Apalachee town of Anhaica (at what is now Tallahassee) in the winter of 1538–1539.
Anhaica (also known as Iviahica, Yniahico, and pueblo of Apalache) was the principal town of the Apalachee people, located in what is now Tallahassee, Florida.

Battle of Natural Bridge

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A small engagement, the Battle of Natural Bridge, was fought south of the city on March 6, 1865, just a month before the war ended.
The Battle of Natural Bridge was fought during the American Civil War in what is now Woodville, Florida near Tallahassee on March 6, 1865.

Apalachee

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They found large areas of cleared land previously occupied by the Apalachee tribe.
At the time of Hernando de Soto's visit in 1539–1540, the Apalachee capital was Anhaica (present-day Tallahassee, Florida).

Westcott Building

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Its main building was near the northwest corner of South Copeland and West Jefferson streets, approximately where FSU's Westcott Building is today.
The James D. Westcott Building is a historic building on the campus of The Florida State University in Tallahassee, in the U.S. state of Florida.

Tallahassee bus boycott

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The Tallahassee bus boycott was a citywide boycott in Tallahassee, Florida that sought to end racial segregation in the employment and seating arrangements of city buses.
The Tallahassee bus boycott was a citywide boycott in Tallahassee, Florida that sought to end racial segregation in the employment and seating arrangements of city buses.

Seminole Wars

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During the First Seminole War, General Andrew Jackson fought two separate skirmishes in and around Tallahassee, which was then Spanish territory.
The Mikasuki, Hitchiti-speakers, settled around what is now Lake Miccosukee near Tallahassee.

List of United States cities by population

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In 2018, the population was 193,551, making it the 7th-largest city in the U.S state of Florida, and the 126th-largest city in the United States.

Capital city

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Tallahassee is the capital city of the U.S. state of Florida.

Supreme Court of Florida

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As the capital, Tallahassee is the site of the Florida State Capitol, Supreme Court of Florida, Florida Governor's Mansion, and nearly 30 state agency headquarters.
Established upon statehood in 1845, the court is headquartered across Duval Street from the state capitol in Tallahassee.

Lake Jackson (Leon County, Florida)

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The city includes two large lake basins, Lake Jackson and Lake Lafayette, and borders the northern end of the Apalachicola National Forest.
Lake Jackson is a shallow, prairie lake on the north side of Leon County, Florida, United States, near Tallahassee, with two major depressions or sinkholes known as Porter Sink and Lime Sink.

Frenchtown (Tallahassee)

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Some of the most known and defined include All Saints, Apalachee Ridge, Betton Hills, Buck Lake, Callen, Frenchtown (the oldest historically black neighborhood in the state), Killearn Estates, Killearn Lakes Plantation, Lafayette Park, Levy Park, Los Robles, Midtown, Holly Hills, Jake Gaither/University Park, Indian Head Acres, Myers Park, Smokey Hollow, SouthWood, Seminole Manor and Woodland Drives.
Frenchtown is a historical, primarily black neighborhood in Tallahassee, Florida.

Quincy, Florida

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Quincy is part of the Tallahassee, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Hurricane Hermine

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In 2016, the city suffered a direct hit by Hurricane Hermine, causing about 80% of the city proper to lose power, including Florida State University, and knocking down many trees.
About 325,000 people were left without electricity, including 80% of Tallahassee.

Havana, Florida

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Havana is a town in Gadsden County, Florida, United States, and a suburb of Tallahassee.

History of the University of Florida

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In 1851, the Florida legislature decreed two seminaries to be built on either side of the Suwannee River, East Florida Seminary and West Florida Seminary.
The state's first attempts to establish a multi-college university were in Tallahassee, where the West Florida Seminary was located.