Early Florida natives that occupied the land in central Florida. Lour L
Means big water Lour L
What is the Florida state flower?
Mostly the southern part
In what part of Florida did the Calusa's live?
Apalachee, Timucua, and Calusa
What were the three main tribes in Florida?
In what year did Ponce De leon conqure Puerto Rico?
War, mistreatment as slaves and white settler's diseases
How did the Native American population begin to diminish?
Juan Ponce De Leon
Who conquered Puerto Rico after discovering the new island had riches?
He found hostile native people.
Ponce De Leon didn't find the fountain of youth but what did he find?
The orange blossom is the state flower.
What is the state flower?
How many colonists did Ponce de Leon take with him to the gulf?
Juan ponce de Leon
Who claimed Florida in Spain in 1513?
Which Tribe lived in the northern end of Tampa from 900-1800?
What is Florida's main crop?
What is the biggest lake in Florida
What is the most populated area in Florida
How many counties are in Florida?
What is the oldest settlement in Florida that exist today?
Converted natives to Christianity
What did Ponce De Leon do after he arrived in Florida?
Where does Florida rank in population among the other states?
When did Florida become a state
What religion did natives convert to?
Way down upon the Suwanee River
What is the Florida state song?
In what year did Ponce De Leon conquer Puerto Rico?
The island of Hispaniola
Where did Ponce De Leon arrive on Columbus's second voyage in 1493
What is Florida's state bird?
Who is the governor of Florida
What is the state reptile?
The fountain of youth
What was Ponce De Leon searching for?
What does the word Florida mean?
Who disagreed on the first settlements
He was an explorer, adventurer and the first governor of Puerto Rico.
Who was Ponce De Leon?
He died from a wound he recieved when he tried to start a colony on the gulf coast of Florida.
How did Ponce de Leon die?
What does the word "Okeechobee" mean?
Timucua, Calusa (Caloosa), Apalachee
Name three native Florida tribes from the 1600's?
St. John's River (310 miles). It flows north.
What is the longest river in Florida?
in 1565 in St. Augustine by Spain.
Where and when was the first permanent European settlement established? in 1565 in St. Augustine by Spain.
Which is the 27th state?
Spanish name for conqueror/adventurer
wild man, runaway
What does the word Seminole mean?