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  Pensacola, Florida - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pensacola was permanently established by the Spanish in 1698 and became the largest city in Florida and the capital of the colony of West Florida.
Pensacola was made the capital of British West Florida and the town was laid out in its current form around the Seville Square district by surveyor and engineer Elias Durnford.
Pensacola is represented in the U.S. Congress by Jeff Miller (R), in the state senate by Charlie Clary (R) and Durell Peaden (R), and in the state house by Holly Benson (R), Dave Murzin (R), and Greg Evers (R).
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 Pensacola, Florida - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Pensacola is a sea port on Pensacola Bay, which connects to the Gulf of Mexico.
Pensacola is nicknamed "The City of Five Flags" due to the five flags that have flown over it at various times in its history: the flags of Spain, France, Great Britain, the Confederate States of America, and the United States.
Pensacola was the capital of Florida before Tallahassee became the capital.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /pensacola,_florida.htm   (1068 words)

 Pensacola High School - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pensacola High School is the only school in the county to have an International Baccalaureate program as well as a Health Occupation Students of America honors program.
After Hurricane Ivan, which struck the Pensacola area on September 16, 2004, Pensacola High School was damaged, especially in the gym (one of the four towering walls was completely toppled).
This is due to Pensacola High School's location in the poorer, predominantly African-American section of town, in what could be termed as Pensacola's "inner city" (or as much as a town of Pensacola's size could have).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pensacola_High_School   (409 words)

 Jackson-Crockett's Pensacola Florida Guide
Pensacola encompasses a lot of ideological extremes that occasionally land it in the national headlines, but we found Pensacola to be more balanced and reasonable than one would expect from its occasional forays into the media spotlight.
Pensacola is the county seat of Escambia County, but a large portion of the urban growth is outside the city limits because Florida has weak annexation laws.
Pensacola and Escambia County schools are consolidated; the quality of education varies by institution.
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 PENSACOLA - Online Information article about PENSACOLA
British made Pensacola the centre of expeditions against the Americans, and in 1814 a British fleet entered the harbour to take formal possession.
Indians in their attacks upon the American settlements in the vicinity, Jackson again captured Pensacola, and in 1821 Florida was finally transferred to the United States.
Pensacola was chartered as a city in 1895.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /PAS_PER/PENSACOLA.html   (1020 words)

 Pensacola Maritime History and Information Site
Thus, Pensacola is the FIRST settlement and the Gulf Coast is rightly the FIRST coast of what was to become the United States that was settled by the Europeans.
This early chapter in Pensacola's Maritime history is just today revealing some of its secrets with the discovery and excavation of what marine archeologists believe to be one of the 8 ships that were sunk by the hurricane of 1559.
That natural harbor was to propel Pensacola to greatness in international ocean trade for much of the latter 19th and early 20th centuries.
www.brownmarine.com /pensacola-maritime.htm   (426 words)

 Pensacola   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Pensacola’s progress was interrupted by the outbreak of the Civil War.
After the conclusion of the war, Pensacola’s importance as a center of lumber trade and as a commercial and naval port continued.
Pensacola’s beaches were largely undeveloped until modern bridges made them accessible by automobile.
fcit.coedu.usf.edu /florida/lessons/pensacola/pensacola.htm   (739 words)

 Pensacola Bahia
Pensacola Bahia is sold as non-certified seed, thus make sure you buy your seeds from a reputable dealer to receive quality seeds.
Pensacola Bahiagrass is grown and planted on more acres than any of the other varieties of Bahia.
Pensacola also has more cold-tolerance than the other Bahia's, thus it can be grown further North toward and in the transition zone.
www.bahiagrass.com /info/pensacola.html   (539 words)

 Pensacola Lighthouse, Florida at Lighthousefriends.com
Pensacola is Florida’s second oldest city, and has the deepest bay on the Gulf Coast.
These plans added fuel to a growing preservation movement in Pensacola, and in 1971, the Gulf Islands National Seashore was established to help preserve Fort Barrancas, Fort Pickens, and the Pensacola Lighthouse.
Located on the grounds of the Pensacola Naval Air Station, which is an open base and home to the Blue Angels.
www.lighthousefriends.com /light.asp?ID=589   (1615 words)

 Pensacola World Changers - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
The average teenager who visits Pensacola typically heads to the beach to soak up the sun and enjoy a fun-filled day frolicking in the cool waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Pensacola World Changers has sent over 350 college students out Monday morning (June 12) to work in our community to replace 25 leaky roofs, paint houses and make landscape improvements at select residences within the City of Pensacola and Escambia County.
Pensacola World Changers, despite the local persistent days of rain and thunderstorms, readies for over 400 senior high school students to work in our community to replace 28 leaky roofs, paint houses and make landscape improvements at select residences within the City of Pensacola and Escambia County.
www.ci.pensacola.fl.us /worldchangers/news/index.shtml   (854 words)

 Pensacola vacation rentals Florida
Visit the restored houses of Historic Pensacola Village, the Wentworth Museum, the Museum of Commerce and Florida's oldest church.
Pensacola is still a working fishing port offering an exceptional array of fish and seafood at Joe Patti's Fish Store.
Pensacola is Headquarters of the Naval Air Services and home of the Blue Angels Aerobatics Team and a visit to the superb museum is highly recommended.
www.ccflights.com /pensacola   (584 words)

 Pensacola-300 Years
1843 Jonathon Walker, was arrested on the coast of Florida, while attempting to run off with some slaves in a boat; was put in jail in Pensacola, tried, and sentenced to pay a fine and be branded with SS (slave stealer) in the palm of the hand.
Pensacola city government goes into exile in Greenville, Alabama.
Chipley was several times mayor of Pensacola, founder of the Florida Chautauqua and Florida State Senator.
www.geocities.com /Heartland/Prairie/3226/Pensacola   (1156 words)

 Pensacola Lights - A Colorful Hobby Come to Light   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Pensacola Lights began a few years ago when my wife and I decided to invite our entire family to Thanksgiving Day dinner at our house.
Since then, Pensacola Lights has taken on a life of its own as it continues to grow and evolve into a display featuring over 50,000 lights.
Pensacola Lights is now our holiday gift to our community.
www.pensacolalights.com   (590 words)

 AllRefer.com - Pensacola Bay (Oceans And Continents) - Encyclopedia
Pensacola Bay, inlet of the Gulf of Mexico, 13 mi (21 km) long and c.2.5 mi (4 km) wide, NW Fla.; entered through a narrow channel between Santa Rosa Island and the mainland.
The Escambia River flows into the bay from the north, near the city of Pensacola.
The Intracoastal Waterway passes through the bay, parts of which are included in Gulf Islands National Seashore (see National Parks and Monuments, table).
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/P/PensacBay.html   (191 words)

 ERA - Pensacola Florida - Real Estate and Homes for Sales
Pensacola, Gulf Breeze, Pensacola Beach, Cantonment, Milton, Pace, Navarre, Perdido Key, Navarre Beach, Endsley, Gonzales, Jay, Bellview, Century, Warington, Molino, Warington and Walnut Hill.
Pensacola was the first European inhabited settlement in this part of North America that is now the United States..
Pensacola was named from the Panzacola Indians who greeted the first Spanish explorers in 1559, when Don Tristan de Luna led 1,400 colonists to what is now Pensacola Beach.
www.gibbons-realty.com /pensacola.html   (329 words)

 Events - Pensacola.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
The Pensacola Museum of Art (PMA) is pleased to announce the exhibition The Paintings of William Nell, Selections from the Levin Mabie Collection.
Pensacola Opera is gearing up for their annual Diva’s Closet Sale which will take place on Sat., Nov. 5 at the Pensacola Opera Center, 75 S. Tarragona St., from 8 a.m.
Funds are used for various projects, particularly the children’s outreach programs.” The mission of Pensacola Opera is to enrich the culture of Northwest Florida Region by producing professional opera performances, educational programs and other opera-related community events for people of all ages, interests and backgrounds.
www.pensacola.com /pages/events   (7366 words)

 Pensacola on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Between 1719 and 1723 possession of Pensacola shifted between the Spanish and the French, but in 1763 the city passed to the British.
Bateau détruit à Pensacola (Floride) vendredi 17 septembre Déjà durement éprouvée ces dernières semaines par deux autres c.
Pensacola clinics have been targets of bombs, bullets, burglaries.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/P/Pensacol.asp   (813 words)

 Pensacola Historical Society - Pensacola, Florida
The Pensacola Historical Society was founded February 14, 1933 with twenty-one members.
Join us for the fourth program of the Pensacola Historical Museum's Family Fun Days series on Saturday morning and learn what life was like during the Civil War The program will be presented by Nina Winkler, Curator of Education.
Life in Pensacola during the Civil War was not easy; people endured deprivation and fear.
www.pensacolahistory.org   (723 words)

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Pensacola No. 2 in the nation in quality of life among 130 U.S. cities according to Joseph Gyourdo, a Wharton Business School finance professor at the University of Pennsylvania
Pensacola was ranked the 7th most polite city in the nation by a poll compiled by Marjabelle Young- Stewart, the Empress of Etiquette.
Pensacola's history is unearthed every day at the Fort of Pensacola Archeological Trail Project, which will eventually display the remains of the forts that once protected colonial Pensacola.
www.florida.com /pensacola/pensacol.htm   (978 words)

 Pensacola waterfront Property, Gulf Breeze, Pensacola Beach, Perdido Key, Navarre Beach, Santa Rosa Island
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Today NAS Pensacola is the home of the Blue Angles and a active Naval Training Command.
Pensacola has about 343 days of sunshine with an average high temperature of 77 degrees and an average low temperature of 60.
www.pensacola-waterfront-property.com   (1609 words)

 Pensacola News
The Pensacola Jazz Society is seeking artwork suitable for the official poster.
Pensacola Regional Airport apron expansion to increase capacity at the airport.
Pensacola Police say Reginald Beasley was in a stolen car Tuesday evening at Pensacola Village.
www.topix.net /city/pensacola-fl   (1116 words)

 Pensacola Outpouring
Pensacola Intimidation The End Times And Victorious Living, 1997 "If you want to be intimidated and lampooned, go to the Brownsville Assembly to "try the spirit." From the Pentecostal web page "Contemporary Pentecostal Issues".
The is a resignation letter of a deacon of a church effected by the Pensacola "Outpouring".
The Pensacola News Journal has written another in depth article, this time following the story of a man who drove his dead baby 350 miles to Brownsville with the hope that they could raise her from the dead.
www.deceptioninthechurch.com /pensacola.html   (6968 words)

 Jazz Society of Pensacola (FL) JazzFest Page
Pensacola JazzFest, now in its 22nd year, is a FREE all-jazz festival held in downtown, historic Seville Square.
The event is administered by the Jazz Society of Pensacola with able assistance from WUWF-FM and the Arts Council of Pensacola.
There should be a Pensacola theme to the artwork and include “Pensacola JazzFest April 1-2, 2006” in the body of the work.
www.jazzpensacola.com /fest.htm   (287 words)

 Florida Living Network - Your one stop resource to find Realtors, Homes for Sale, Properties, and Rentals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
The Pensacola Association of Realtors, one of three that operate in the area, credits the region's strong housing market to many factors: low interest rates and pent-up demand from earlier years, high levels of employment in the region and in-migration, including retirees, from several locations-South Florida, the southeastern United States and beyond.
Pensacola Village preserves several homes of historic importance, as does the entire Seville District in which the village is located.
Pensacola Junior College is a two-year school that serves 32,000 yearly.
fl.living.net /community/pensacola   (2495 words)

 Pensacola Restaurants: Find Pensacola Restaurants and Reviews Online
Pensacola, at the western tip of Florida’s Panhandle, serves up a skillet-full of dining opportunity from great steaks and fresh seafood to Southern-style barbeque and Cajun specialties.
Among the most colorful Pensacola dining landmarks is the 400-seat McGuire’s Irish Pub (Motto: “Feasting, Imbibery, and Debauchery”) where patrons kick back in theme-oriented spaces from the Notre Dame Room to the Irish Links Room.
Pensacola and Panhandle dining options themselves provide a similar treasury of diverse taste treats.
pensacola.diningguide.com   (458 words)

 Pensacola, Florida, USA
Pensacola Chamber of Commerce The Pensacola Chamber of Commerce asks you to please be sure to get acquainted with Pensacola and learn about our community's special projects during your visit to our website.
Pensacola Hotels No matter where you want to stay in Pensacola, Florida you are only a click away from 100's of choices to select from.
Pensacola Unclaimed Property Currently, the Florida Department of Financial Services holds more than $800 million in unclaimed property, mostly from dormant accounts in financial institutions, insurance and utility companies, safe deposit boxes and trust holdings.
www.floridalink.com /links/city/pensacola.html   (808 words)

 Pensacola Regional Boating News
If you live on the water or have a business that is connected with the water, e-mail me at the bottom of the page if you'd like to submit a montly report on your area or business.
Pensacola Shipyard's plan to operate a boat launching ramp at the north end of the bayou for Escambia will certainly add a lot of smaller "trailerable" boats to the bayou which will be a procession going and coming during the boating season.
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www.brownmarine.com /boating_news.htm   (1157 words)

 Voleyball Pensacola
Volleyball Pensacola holds several fund-raisers that players may participate in to help defray the cost of some of the registrations fees.
Volleyball Pensacola was formed in 1997 to offer Northwest Florida female volleyball players the opportunity to participate in the sport after their high school season is over.
The idea is to offer a less stressful environment to have fun and to showcase their talents before their parents, peers and college coaches.
www.vbpensacola.com   (186 words)

 First United Methodist Church Pensacola FL
First United Methodist Church, Pensacola, FL Pensacola First Church, in Downtown Pensacola, is a place where you can find a church home.
As a child of God, you are cared for at Pensacola First Church, and it is our prayer that through the friends and fellowship that you find here, you may have fullness of life in Christian worship and service.
First United Methodist Church of Pensacola is a Christian family that worships God, grows in Christ, and, by the power of the Holy Spirit, puts our faith to work in the world.
www.pensacolafirstchurch.com   (235 words)

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