- Governor Jeb Bush and Congressman John Mica greeting people during an African American heritage celebration at Fort Mose - Saint Johns County, Florida
- Photographed on February 13, 2006.
- Congressman John Mica is to the right of the Governor wearing suit and yellow tie. Just over the Governor's shoulder with the white collar and tie is Florida Highwaymen artist and Florida Artist Hall of Fame artist James Gibson.
- Accompanying note: "In celebration of Black History Month, Governor Jeb Bush today joined the Department of Environmental Protection to break ground on the Fort Mose Visitor Center. The 3,600 square foot center will include exhibits, lectures, audio/visual presentations, artifacts and other archeological finds to allow visitors to experience a realistic interpretation of Fort Mose. The earliest known free African American settlement in the United States, Fort Mose is one of Florida's most notable African American heritage sites."
- The Fort Mose Site was listed as a National Historic Landmark on October 12, 1994.
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