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Florida Footprints: Once Upon Anhaica (1513-1704)

  • Aired: 05/30/2012
  • 26:16
  • Rating: NR
Before there was Tallahassee, there was Anhaica. This WFSU-TV documentary looks at the Big Bend area when the first European explorers arrived at Anhaica, the capital of the Apalachee people. From the culture of the Apalachee to the creation of Spanish missions to the community we know today, it all began “Once Upon Anhaica.”
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Florida Footprints: Once Upon Anhaica (1513-1704)
Ep.1- North Central Florida History 1513-1704. Before Tallahassee, there was Anhaica.
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