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Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Geographic Term contains "Live Oak "
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FLORIDA STATE PARKS INVITE YOU: WESTERN DISTRICT

FLORIDA STATE PARKS INVITE YOU: WESTERN DISTRICT

Date
1963-09-20
Description
This film offers a full overview of the adventures that await visitors to Florida's state parks. The film contains scenes from Suwanee River State Park, Fort Pickens, The Florida Constitution Historical Memorial, Torreya State Park, Bahia Honda, Gold Head Branch State Park, John Pennekamp Coral Reef Park, Olustee Battlefield, Fort Clinch, Myakka State Park, Killearn Gardens (known as Maclay Gardens today), Florida Caverns State Park, St. Andrews State Park and the Gorrie Museum in Apalachicola. Produced by the Florida Board of Parks and Historical Memorials.
Collection
SUWANNEE ADVENTURE

SUWANNEE ADVENTURE

Date
1969 (circa)
Description
Two young women go on a canoe trip along the Suwannee River and see the sights, including a paddle wheel boat replica and the Stephen Foster Memorial. They ride horses at the Sheriff's Boy's Ranch and camp out on the river. They paddle to Suwannee River State Park and enjoy a square dance. They continue on to various springs and campsites and meet a conservation officer. A conservation officer takes them by motorboat to Cedar Key for a fish fry. Produced by Barton of Jacksonville; sponsored by the Suwannee River Authority and the Stephen Foster Memorial Commission.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
FLORIDA STATE PARKS INVITE YOU: WESTERN DISTRICT FLORIDA STATE PARKS INVITE YOU: WESTERN DISTRICT Promotional films
Recreation
Tourism
Wildlife
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SUWANNEE ADVENTURE SUWANNEE ADVENTURE Boating
Camping
Dancing
Horses
Law enforcement officers
Recreation
Promotional films
Tourism
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