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Downtown Skyline, Tempa, Florida
owntown city skyline on St. Johns River. Jacksonville, Florida

Historical Background of Florida

Native Heritage

Florida has a long history of Native American settlement dating back thousands of years. Important tribes included the Apalachee, Timucua, Calusa, and later in the 1700s, Creek peoples who moved into the region and became known as the Seminoles.

European Exploration (16th century)

The Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León arrived in Florida in 1513, and said it’s a part of Spain. St. Augustine, started in 1565, is the oldest European settlement still lived in the continental United States.

Colonial Struggles

Florida switched between Spain and Britain many times, showing bigger fights between European countries.

US Territory and Statehood (19th century)

Florida became a US territory in 1821 and became a state in 1845.

Civil War & Reconstruction

Florida was a state with slaves. It left the Union in the Civil War. After the war, there were plans to rebuild and later efforts to stop African American rights and freedoms.

Rapid 20th Century Growth

A lot more people came to live in Florida, because of moving, military bases built in WWII, and air conditioning. This made Florida a big place for money and tourists.

Cultural Background

Native Influences

Though not as many as before because of fights with colonizers and sickness, Florida’s Native American people still add to the state’s culture, especially the Seminole Tribe of Florida and the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida.

Spanish and Latin American Heritage

Florida keeps a strong Hispanic heritage, with lively groups from Cuba, Puerto Rico, and other Latin American countries shaping its food, music, and arts.

African American Culture

There are a lot of African American people in Florida because of history with slavery. They have made special music, food, and helped with civil rights.

Mixing Pot

Florida has been a big place for people moving older people from the Northeast US, immigrants from the Caribbean and Latin America, and people from all over the world add to its mix of cultures.

Tourism and Popular Culture

Florida’s culture is mostly shaped by tourism, like Disney World and its beaches. This has made Florida a big part of American pop culture. Chauffeur service Florida is available for travelers to make theiir journey comfortable and memorable.

Demographic Background

Big and Different Population: Florida is the third biggest state in the US, with a mix of people because of its history of moving and coming from other countries.

Main Ethnic Groups

  • White (Non-Hispanic): about 56%
  • Hispanic or Latino: about 26%
  • Black or African American: about 17%
  • Asian: about 3%
  • Many Races and Others: about 5%

Older Population

Florida is known for having a lot of older people, so its median age is higher than some other states.

City Population

Most people in Florida live in cities or near them, like Miami, Orlando, Tampa, and Jacksonville.

Florida Aiprorts:

In Florida, there are many local and international airports are available, but we are discussed here only the most busiest airports. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Miami International Airport, Orlando International Airport, and Tampa International Airport are just a few of the airports located in Florida.

Miami International Airport (MIA)

It is situated in Miami-Dade County, Florida, about 8 miles northwest of Downtown Miami. One of the busiest airports in the United States and the primary international gateway for the southeastern U.S.

Tampa International Airport (TPA)

Tempa airport is situated in Hillsborough County, Florida, about 6 miles west of downtown Tampa. It is known for its efficient design and ease of navigation compared to larger, more complex airports. It serves as a focus city for Southwest Airlines and Frontier Airlines.

Orlando International Airport (MCO)

It is situated in southeast of downtown Orlando, Florida. It is also one of Florida's busiest airports and a major gateway to Orlando's world-renowned theme parks. Serves as a focus city for Southwest Airlines, Frontier Airlines, and Spirit Airlines.

Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW)

This airport is located in Lee County, Florida, approximately 15 miles southeast of Fort Myers. It also serves as the primary airport for the Southwest Florida region, including Fort Myers, Naples, Cape Coral, and surrounding areas.

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL)

It is situated in Broward County, Florida, about 3 miles southwest of downtown Fort Lauderdale and 21 miles north of Miami. It is also another major airport serving the greater Miami metropolitan area and South Florida.

Sarasota Bradenton International Airport

This airport is located across Sarasota, Bradenton, and Manatee Counties, just a few miles north of downtown Sarasota. It serves the Sarasota, Bradenton, and surrounding areas on Florida's Gulf Coast. Hosts a variety of carriers including Allegiant, Frontier, Southwest, Delta, American, United, JetBlue, and more.