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Mormino David Colburn Patrick J. Reakes f Meredith M. Williams, Chairman Harold W.
Adams, Executive Director Dick J. Hazouri, Jacksonville Ney C. Raymond Mason, Jacksonville Carl C. Blair Reeves, Gainesville Richard R. Renick, Coral Gables Jane W. Singleton, Jacksonville Bruce A. Trombetta, Tallahassee Ralph D.
Turlington, Tallahassee William S. Indeed, Florida does owe a major debt to Williams, the transplanted New Englander who, along with Dr. Augustine, was appointed in to select the site for a new seat of Florida government.
Acting under a legislative mandate they inspected Middle Florida to determine where the capital should be located. Inadequate maps and a dearth of accurate geographical in formation turned this exploration into a difficult undertaking.
The journal John Lee Williams kept of the journey, later published in volume 1 of the Florida Historical Quarterly, reveals some of the problems the men encountered.Purple Kitchen.I would never have thought to go quite that bold, but it works in this layout.
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