Les premiers éléments de l'histoire de la Floride remontent à plus de 12 000 ans, lorsque les premiers Amérindiens peuplèrent la région. Elle fut découverte par l’Espagnol Juan Ponce de León en 1513 et baptisée. Enjeu des puissances coloniales, elle passa successivement sous la souveraineté de l'Espagne et de la Grande-Bretagne. Elle devint un territoire (1822) puis un État américain (1845).

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  • Les premiers éléments de l'histoire de la Floride remontent à plus de 12 000 ans, lorsque les premiers Amérindiens peuplèrent la région. Elle fut découverte par l’Espagnol Juan Ponce de León en 1513 et baptisée. Enjeu des puissances coloniales, elle passa successivement sous la souveraineté de l'Espagne et de la Grande-Bretagne. Elle devint un territoire (1822) puis un État américain (1845).
  • フロリダ州の歴史(フロリダしゅうのれきし、英:History of Florida)では、約14,000年前にインディアンが、現在のアメリカ合衆国フロリダ半島に住み始めてからの歴史を概説する。1513年、インディアンの後にスペイン人の探検家フアン・ポンセ・デ・レオンがこの地域に白人では初めて到着し探検した。
  • 플로리다의 역사(History of Florida)는 약 14,000년 전에 인디언이 현재 미국 플로리다 반도에 살기 시작한 이후의 역사를 말한다. 1513년, 스페인 탐험가 후안 폰체 데 레온이 플로리다 지역에 백인으로서는 처음 도착하여 탐사를 했다.
  • The history of Florida can be traced back to when the first Native Americans began to inhabit the peninsula as early as 14,000 years ago. They left behind artifacts and archeological evidence. Written history begins with the arrival of Europeans to Florida; the Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León in 1513 made the first records. The state was the first mainland realm of the United States to be settled by Europeans. Thus, 1513 marked the beginning of the American Frontier.From that time of contact, Florida has had many waves of immigration, including French and Spanish settlement during the 16th century, as well as entry of new Native American groups migrating from elsewhere in the South, and free blacks and fugitive slaves, who became known as Black Seminoles. Florida was under colonial rule by Spain and Great Britain during the 18th and 19th centuries before becoming a territory of the United States in 1822. Two decades later, in 1845, Florida was admitted to the union as the 27th US state. Since the 19th century, immigrants have arrived from Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia.Florida is nicknamed the "Sunshine State" due to its warm climate and days of sunshine, which have attracted northern migrants and vacationers since the 1920s. A diverse population and urbanized economy have developed. In 2011 Florida, with over 19 million people, surpassed New York and became the third largest state in population.The economy has developed over time, starting with natural resource exploitation in logging, mining, fishing, and sponge diving; as well as cattle ranching, farming, and citrus growing. The tourism, real estate, trade, banking, and retirement destination businesses followed.
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  • Charlton W. Tebeau
  • Jerald T. Milanich
  • Jerry N. McDonald
  • John H. Hann
  • John K. Mahon
  • Michael V. Gannon
  • Nixon Smiley
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  • A History of Florida
  • Florida Indians and the Invasion from Europe
  • Indian mounds of the Atlantic coast: A guide to sites from Maine to Florida
  • A brief history of Florida
  • Apalachee: The land between the rivers
  • Archaeology of Precolumbian Florida
  • Chronologie de l’histoire de la Floride
  • Florida - History
  • Florida Memory
  • Florida Then & Now
  • Florida: A short history
  • History of the Second Seminole War, 1835-1842
  • The Florida Historical Society
  • The New History of Florida
  • Yesterday's Florida
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  • http://fcit.usf.edu/florida/lessons/lessons.htm
  • http://www.flheritage.com/facts/history/summary/
  • http://www.florida-historical-soc.org/
  • http://www.floridamemory.com
  • http://www.city-data.com/states/Florida-History.html
  • http://www.linternaute.com/histoire/motcle/732/a/1/1/floride.shtml
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  • University Press of Florida
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  • McDonald & Woodward Publishing Company
  • Office of Cultural and Historical Preservation
  • State Archives of Florida
  • University Presses of Florida
  • University Presses of Florida: University of Florida Press/Florida State Museum
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  • Les premiers éléments de l'histoire de la Floride remontent à plus de 12 000 ans, lorsque les premiers Amérindiens peuplèrent la région. Elle fut découverte par l’Espagnol Juan Ponce de León en 1513 et baptisée. Enjeu des puissances coloniales, elle passa successivement sous la souveraineté de l'Espagne et de la Grande-Bretagne. Elle devint un territoire (1822) puis un État américain (1845).
  • フロリダ州の歴史(フロリダしゅうのれきし、英:History of Florida)では、約14,000年前にインディアンが、現在のアメリカ合衆国フロリダ半島に住み始めてからの歴史を概説する。1513年、インディアンの後にスペイン人の探検家フアン・ポンセ・デ・レオンがこの地域に白人では初めて到着し探検した。
  • 플로리다의 역사(History of Florida)는 약 14,000년 전에 인디언이 현재 미국 플로리다 반도에 살기 시작한 이후의 역사를 말한다. 1513년, 스페인 탐험가 후안 폰체 데 레온이 플로리다 지역에 백인으로서는 처음 도착하여 탐사를 했다.
  • The history of Florida can be traced back to when the first Native Americans began to inhabit the peninsula as early as 14,000 years ago. They left behind artifacts and archeological evidence. Written history begins with the arrival of Europeans to Florida; the Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León in 1513 made the first records. The state was the first mainland realm of the United States to be settled by Europeans.
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  • Histoire de la Floride
  • History of Florida
  • フロリダ州の歴史
  • 플로리다의 역사
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