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Quincy History

Quincy, 20 miles west of Tallahassee, is the county seat of Gadsden County. Quincy is a rural community which is heavily dependent upon agriculture for its employment base. Quincy benefitted from the rise of the fledgling Coca-Cola company to the worldwide conglomerate it is today through the support of a local banker.

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History of Chattahoochee

The Chattahooche River flows south from North Georgia along the Georgia-Alabama state line. The Flint River flows sothwest from Central Georgia. These two rivers flow together and make what is now called the Apalachicola River. This area is known as the "Tri-Rivers Area".

Chattahoochee had seven Indian mounds built by the Muscogee Indians from Mexico in the Fort Walton period of 1450-1650. There are now only three mounds remaining.

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Lake Seminole Recreation Area

If Wet and Wild is the way you like it, try Lake Seminole! While the project was built by the Army Corps of Engineers to fill vital navigation and hydro-electric power needs, the development of recreational areas has provided facilities for exciting outdoor activities.

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Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam

Lake Seminole is located at the confluence of the Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers upstream of Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam. The &#$;46,5000,000 Corps of Engineers project was authorised by Congress in 1946 and completed in 1957.

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Historic Havana House

Close to Tallahassee, Fl. along with the North Fl. Art Trail and North Fl. Art & Antique Capital, Historic Havana House Bed and Breakfast is located in a quiet neighborhood two blocks from the Havana Art and Antique District. Our house was built in 1907 by the town's founding father, who also was elected the first mayor. Through the years it was a duplex, with a center dogtrot hallway. In 1986 we remodeled it, making every effort to retain the original flavor.

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