Florida
…the sunshine
state
Florida Facts
Capital city: Tallahassee
Year of statehood: 1845 (27th state)
Population: about 19,000,000 (4th in the USA)...
Florida’s state seal
The state seal of
Florida shows:
-the sun’s rays
- a steamboat
- a sabal palm tree
- a Seminole
woman...
Florida’s history
Juan Ponce de Leon first came to Florida in
March, 1513.
Florida’s history
• As more and more people came to live in
Florida, the government had more pressure to
make the Native A...
Florida’s history
Andrew Jackson –
general during the
Seminole Wars and 7th
president of the U.S.A. A group of Seminoles
C...
Famous Tourist Destinations
• St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city
Famous Tourist Destinations
• Key West, the southernmost tip of the U.S.A.
Famous Tourist Destinations
• Cape Canaveral
Famous Tourist Destinations
• The Everglades
Famous Tourist Destinations
• Miami
Famous Tourist Destinations
• South Beach, Miami
Famous Tourist Destinations
• …and of course, Disney World
State Song
• Suwanee River
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  1. 1. Florida …the sunshine state
  2. 2. Florida Facts Capital city: Tallahassee Year of statehood: 1845 (27th state) Population: about 19,000,000 (4th in the USA) Size: 65,755 square miles (170,304 square km) Largest city: Jacksonville Governor: Rick Scott (Rep.)
  3. 3. Florida’s state seal The state seal of Florida shows: -the sun’s rays - a steamboat - a sabal palm tree - a Seminole woman scattering flowers
  4. 4. Florida’s history Juan Ponce de Leon first came to Florida in March, 1513.
  5. 5. Florida’s history • As more and more people came to live in Florida, the government had more pressure to make the Native Americans leave their land. Also, many people who came to Florida had plantations with slaves. The Seminole tribe angered the new settlers because they kept runaway slaves in their villages and integrated with them. A treaty was signed with some Seminoles agreeing to leave Florida, but others stayed to defend their land. This resulted in the Seminole Wars.
  6. 6. Florida’s history Andrew Jackson – general during the Seminole Wars and 7th president of the U.S.A. A group of Seminoles Chief Osceola – an important chief during the Second Seminole War
  7. 7. Famous Tourist Destinations • St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city
  8. 8. Famous Tourist Destinations • Key West, the southernmost tip of the U.S.A.
  9. 9. Famous Tourist Destinations • Cape Canaveral
  10. 10. Famous Tourist Destinations • The Everglades
  11. 11. Famous Tourist Destinations • Miami
  12. 12. Famous Tourist Destinations • South Beach, Miami
  13. 13. Famous Tourist Destinations • …and of course, Disney World
  14. 14. State Song • Suwanee River
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