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    (1825- )
    Original European settlement founded by Spanish missionaries
    Name means ‘old fields’ in Muskogean
    Population of 156,512 (2004 census)
    Capital of Florida
    It’s hot and humid.
    It is in the hurricane belt.
    Its nickname is ‘Tallytown.’
    It is located on the site of 'abandoned' (that's putting it nicely) Indian settlements.
    Spanish invaders killed the native Apalachees with smallpox-infected blankets, and Andrew Jackson killed the native Seminoles with guns.
    It has so many old Indian burial grounds that it’s surprising more horror movies aren’t set there.
    As the capital of Florida, it was the scene of chaos during the hideous, contested 2000 presidential election.
    Jeb Bush lives here.
    It has several history and science museums.
    It was the site of the first Christmas mass celebrated in the U.S. (Circa 1539).
    It was one of the only southern capitals not captured by Union forces during the Civil War.
    ‘The Creature from the Black Lagoon’ was filmed here.
    Indie rockers the Mountain Goats released a well-reviewed album named after it.

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