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  Jackson-Crockett's Pensacola Florida Guide
Pensacola, Florida, is an interesting, friendly place to live and a popular place to visit.
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.
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  Pensacola, Florida - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pensacola is nicknamed "The City of Five Flags" due to the five flags that have flown over it during its history: the flags of Spain (Castile), France, Great Britain, the Confederate States of America, and the United States.
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 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 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pensacola is the name of several cities as well as other things:
An area municipal arena, the Pensacola Civic Center.
A U.S. Navy heavy cruiser, the USS Pensacola (CA-24), the lead ship of her class of heavy cruiser.
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 Naval Air Station Pensacola
Pensacola is often called "The City Of Five Flags" because of the five nations that have governed it, Pensacola preserves its heritage through its many museums, historical districts and varieties of architecture.
Pensacola was not proving profitable for the Spanish, and it was transferred to the British in 1763 as part of the Treaty of Paris.
Florida was admitted to the Union in 1845.
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 Pensacola Florida City Vacation Travel Guide Tourism Information
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 may be one of the few resort towns left where it's still possible to buy a fixer-upper in a nice neighborhood for less than $40,000.
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 Pensacola, Florida - Official Pensacola Bay Area Travel & Tourism Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Pensacola Bay Area beckons those who want to relax next to the soothing Gulf of Mexico, with sugar-white sand beaches and beautiful Pensacola, Florida sunshine.
The “Blues” formally perform two shows in Pensacola – in July and November – but visitors can get a close-up glimpse by attending their weekly practices at Pensacola NAS during the air show season, which runs from March through November.
Staff at the Pensacola Bay Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, along with Pensacola’s hospitality industry, is ready to assist you in planning your group’s next event in historic Pensacola, Florida.
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 Pensacola Florida Tourism : Visit Pensacola Beach
The Seville Historic District is one of the oldest and most intact in all of Florida, its architecture reflecting modest structures perfectly suited to the climate.
Within this small neighborhood is Old Christ Church, Florida's oldest church (1832), and St. Michael's Cemetery, deeded to Pensacola by the King of Spain in 1822.
The Pensacola Bay Area Convention and Visitors Bureau is your local source for Florida travel and vacation information including Pensacola hotels, convention and meeting planning, attractions, golf, arts and festivals, culture and more.
www.visitpensacola.com /florida-tourism.html   (542 words)

  
 Pensacola Florida - Travel and Vacation Guide
Pensacola and nearby Pensacola Beach are great places to unwind from the human race.
Located at the west end of the Florida panhandle, the area is best known for its many miles of pristine snow-white beaches.
Downtown Pensacola is an unhurried community with a blend of Spanish and French architecture.
www.awesomeflorida.com /florida-cities/pensacola.htm   (262 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.
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 Chapter 28: University of West Florida, Pensacola
The University of West Florida, part of the Florida state system of universities, was founded in 1966 and opened in 1967.
The first agreements to remove these Indians from West Florida were signed in 1832, although bands of Indians remained in the Pensacola area through 1836, and scattered groups continued to live there through the nineteenth century.
This illuminated manuscript leaf from a French Bible, circa 1410-1460, was presented to the University Library by the University of West Florida Faculty in 1969.
www.library.miami.edu /treasure/chapters/chaptr28.html   (535 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.
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 Florida Panhandle, Pensacola, Destin, Gulf Breeze, Perdido Key, Navarre Beach, Milton, Florida Real Estate and Visitor ...
Florida's Great Northwest Coastal Region, commonly known as the Panhandle, is the epitome of the American South.
Pensacola is one of the country's original celebration sites, hosting family-oriented fun where crowds catch beads and moonpies tossed from floats and participate in various contests and culinary festivals.
Northwest Florida's Emerald Coast is proud of many things and one of them is that simplicity is celebrated with nothing fancy; dancing dolphins, sand dollars, postcard-perfect sunsets and castles made of sand.
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 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.
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 Pensacola, Florida Travel Information
For the most up to date travel and vacation planning information on Pensacola Florida, the Pensacola Florida CVB website is the source for information on lodging, restaurants, attractions and events.
With four distinct seasons, Pensacola temperatures range from the mid-90s in summer to the mid-50s in winter.
There"s plenty of not-so-spooky fun at The ZOO Northwest Florida's annual Halloween event, ZOOBoo, with face-painting, treats, games and a chance for kids to parade around in their costumes while checking out real-life creepies and crawlies, including Florida alligators, snakes and pythons, bats and a Komodo dragon.
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Pensacola was ranked the 7th most polite city in the nation by a poll compiled by Marjabelle Young- Stewart, the Empress of Etiquette.
When you think of Florida, you think of beaches and the most beautiful white beaches in the world can be found on Pensacola area beaches.
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)

  
 Nemours.org - Nemours Children's Clinic - Pensacola   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nemours Children's Clinic - Pensacola (NCC-P) is the newest addition to the extensive Nemours Children's Clinic operations in Florida.
The Pensacola clinic partners with Sacred Heart Children's Hospital and offers primary care physicians and families a much-needed resource in caring for children with complex health care needs.
NCC-P serves as a specialty center for children with diverse medical care needs in an area that extends from Mobile, Alabama, to Tallahassee, Florida, and from the Gulf of Mexico to the lower five counties in Alabama.
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 Revolutionary War -- Pensacola, Florida
Pensacola was first settled by the Spanish in 1539.
He failed to grasp the importance of Pensacola as the key to Naval supremacy in the Gulf of Mexico.
Although he, his troops, and all their families along with their transportable personal possessions, were allowed to either just leave or were provided ship passage (Troops were even allowed to carry their personal arms with them!) to other ports by the very honorable Galvez.
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 Pensacola, Florida
The city of Pensacola, county seat of Escambia County, is located on the westernmost part of the Florida panhandle, about 10 miles from the Alabama border and 60 miles east of the city of Mobile.
The Pensacola King Mackerel and Cobia Tournament, held in June, is one of the Gulf Coast's largest fishing tournaments.
Pensacola is also home to two minor league professional sports teams.
www.citytowninfo.com /places/florida/pensacola   (1065 words)

  
 Pensacola, Florida
The Pensacola metro area is by far the largest in Northwest Florida, with more than 400,000 residents, many of whom were once vacationers and just couldn’t get enough.
And there is a lot to love about Pensacola and her beaches.
Pensacola Beach, the hub of Santa Rosa Island, is populated by trendy boutiques, luxury condos, fantastic eateries, the longest pier on the Gulf of Mexico, and the neighborhood portion of the island.
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 Floripedia: Pensacola, Florida
The name Pensacola was given to the settlement, whether for a town in Spain, or whether because a tribe of Indians, the Pensacolas, had once lived there, is not quite certain.
Once when Pensacola was threatened with starvation, Mobile supplied her needs, and again came to her assistance against a threatened Indian attack.
So at four o'clock in the afternoon he surrendered on condition that private citizens and private property should not be disturbed, and that the garrison should march out with the honors of war and be carried to Havana in French vessels.
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 PENSACOLA FLORIDA - PENSACOLA Homes and Real Estate For Sale - Pensacola RealtorĀ®
Pensacola is a city in Escambia County, Florida and the county seat of Escambia County.
As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 56,255 and as of 2006, the estimated population was 53,248.
Pensacola is nicknamed "The City of Five Flags" due to the five governments that have flown flags over it during its history: the flags of Spain (Castile), France, Great Britain, the Confederate States of America, and the United States.
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 Pensacola Beach Florida | Vacation and Travel Guide for Pensacola Beach Florida
Pensacola offers the best of all worlds to visitors.
Pensacola boasts many beautiful parks with fountains, play areas and often water access.
Pensacola, Florida is host to all sorts of wonderful Events, Festivals and Happenings.
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 Pensacola Florida, Pensacola Fishing, Pensacola Hotels, Pensacola Beach, Florida Canoeing
From Pensacola hotels to Navarre beach rentals, a variety of accommodations are available to suit your needs.
From world-class Pensacola fishing to diving to Florida canoeing, we meet all your recreational expectations.
Pensacola is home to a recreated Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, and two well-preserved historical forts are open for your inspection.
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 Pensacola
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.
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 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 Fishing Florida fishing can be as varied as Atlantic coast surf-fishing to Islamorada flats-fishing to Lake Okeechobee bass fishing.
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.
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