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  1. Who's Your City?: How the Creative Economy Is Making Where to Live the Most Important Decision of Your Life by Richard Florida, 2009-06-30
  2. Cities and the Creative Class by Richard Florida, 2004-11-24
  3. Palm City, Florida
  4. Ocean City, Florida
  5. Miami Beach, Florida: List of sister cities in Florida, List of leading shopping streets and districts by city, South Florida metropolitan area, Miami- ... Miami Beach Police Department (Florida)
  6. United States Capital Cities Fact Files Tallahassee, Florida by UScensus, 2010-01-09
  7. Interstate 95: Highway, East Coast of the United States, Atlantic Ocean, Maine, Florida, Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C.
  8. Plant City, Florida: Florida, Brandon, Florida, Lakeland, Florida, Interstate 4, Florida Strawberry Festival, Hillsborough County, Florida
  9. Temple Terrace, Florida: Hillsborough County, Florida, Tampa, Plant City, Tree City USA, Hillsborough River, Pittsburgh Pirates
  10. Growth Management in Florida (Urban Planning and Environment)
  11. Geography of Tampa, Florida: Neighborhoods in Tampa, Florida, Macdill Air Force Base, Ybor City, Tampa, Florida, Downtown Tampa, Temple Crest
  12. Cities of the United States: The South : Alabama Arkansas Delaware Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Mississippi North Carolina Oklahoma S (Cities of the United States Vol 1 the South) by Linda Schmittroth, 1994-03
  13. Miami: Geography and Climate: An entry from Gale's <i>Cities of the United States</i>
  14. St. Petersburg: Geography and Climate: An entry from Gale's <i>Cities of the United States</i>

81. Largest Counties - Smallest Counties - Largest Metro Areas
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82. Florida, State, United States: Geography
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The Florida peninsula, warmed by surrounding subtropical and tropical waters and cooled by the trade winds, is famous for its pleasant climate, abundant sunshine, and scenery. The NW of Florida is a gently rolling panhandle area, cut into by deep swamps along the Gulf coast. The St. Marys River in the northeast and the Perdido River in the northwest form part of the boundary with Georgia and Alabama. Much of the east coast is shielded from the Atlantic Ocean by narrow sandbars and barrier islands that protect the shallow lagoons, rivers, and bays. Immediately inland, pine and palmetto flatlands stretch from the Georgia border almost to the southern tip of the state. Central Florida abounds in lakes, with Lake Okeechobee being the largest. The

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84. Thrall's Geography 3602: Urban Geography
Professor Thrall, Business geography GIS at Univ florida. Department ofgeography, University of florida SpringTerm 2003 Section 6618X.
    GEOGRAPHY 3602
    Urban and Business Geography
    (Last revised, March 2, 2003)
    Department of Geography,
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    Section 6618X
    Class times:
    Tues period 4 (10:40-11:30)
    Location: 3012 Turlington Hall Grant Ian Thrall, Professor Office Hours:
    Tues period 6 (12:50-1:40),
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    Office: 3121 Turlington Hall URL: tel: 1-352-392-4652 E-mail:
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        Most students at University of Florida have spent their lives in fairly large urban environments and it is this personal experience that this class builds upon: to explain the spatial organization of phenomena that the student is familiar with on an every day basis including housing, retail activities, manufacturing, and transportation. This class will also serve to explain and allow the student to subjectively predict their occurrence. This class will also deal with more abstract concepts such as how new ideas and other phenomena spread across time and space, everywhere in our world. The structure of the class places great emphasis upon the lecture. The text book is important as a tool to reinforce the subject matter.

85. Florida Keys And Key West - Geography
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Palm Bay will be the first city in Florida to own a wireless broadband Internet network. Palm Bay and the Florida League of Cities are partnering on this effort. A carefully constructed RFP will be used by the city to select the proper vendor to operate and maintain the network. The city will buy the initial equipment on the condition that the vendor provides connectivity at no cost for city facilities, mobility for first-response vehicles, as well as other details listed in a RFP due out next week. For the time being, the wireless network will accomplish several important goals for the city, in addition to saving money. Frank Hagy, Chief Information Officer for the Florida League of Cities, said that projects like this provide access plus mobility to under-served areas where high speed DSL service, for example, is not available. The aim is to provide broadband to these rural areas at a reasonable cost.

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  • 80 percent of Florida's population was born outside of Florida and many outside of the United States.
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  • Florida has shifted from a sleepy democratic party stronghold to a state with a Republican Governor, Legislature and a strong presence on the national political scene.

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Southwest Florida's attributes are gaining greater national attention. Money magazine recently ranked Punta Gorda, Fort Myers and Naples second, sixth and 15th respectively among the best places to live in the United States. The first known inhabitants of the area were the Calusa Indians, who lived in villages along the coastline and were known as great fishermen and fierce warriors. Shell mounds, some of which were built as platforms for religious and civic ceremonies more than a thousand years ago, are all that survive of this once dominant nation. Spanish colonization attempts ultimately led to the demise of the Calusa. At one time this tribe was estimated at 20,000; nearly all were wiped out by European-introduced disease, war or slave traders. Fort Myers was established in 1841 as Fort Harvie, during the first Seminole War. Abandoned a year later, it was taken over by federal troops in 1863. The southernmost battle of the Civil War was fought here in February 1865.

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