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NASA Manned Missions
- Historical archives of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, from the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral.
Scottish Highland Games and Celtic Festival
- In celebration of the Scottish and Celtic families who settled North Florida.
Seminole Tribe of Florida: History
- Official web site for the Seminole of Florida, dedicated to this native people's history and culture.
Slave Ship Speaks: The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie
- The Henrietta Marie sank near Key West in 1701 after delivering a consignment of African captives to the island of Jamaica.
Society of Florida Archivists
- Individuals and institutions who share a concern for the identification, preservation, and use of records of historical value.
South Florida Radio History, 1923-Present
- The history of radio in south Florida. Entertaining and informative facts, stories, and anecdotes.
Special Collections, University of North Florida
- Among others, includes major manuscript and biographical collections about Eartha M. M. White (prominent African-American), Arthur N. Sollee, Sr. (engineer and planner for Jacksonville), and legislators Joe Carlucci and John E. Mathews, Jr.
The Barefoot Mailman
- History of the Barefoot Mailman by David J. Castello.
The Florida Department of State - Division of Historical Resources
- Florida Division of Historical Resources web site with pages on archaeology, grants, museum of Florida History, underwater preserves, history, and folklife.
The Floridians Text Book
- A promising interactive textbook in progress, covering the history of Florida from aboriginal times to the present-day.
Tour of the Florida Territory, 1792-1859
- A county-by-county tour of antebellum historic locations.
United States-Spain Treaty of 1819
- The original agreement transferring Florida to the United States of America. Provided by the Modern History Sourcebook.
University of South Florida (Tampa) - Special Collections Department
- Focuses on Tampa and Florida History. Oral history, manuscript collections, historic photographs, and bibliographies.
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.
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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