Ocklawaha Post Office
|ZIP code||32179, 32183|
In 1935, Ocklawaha was the scene of a shootout between federal agents and Ma Barker and her gang. The agents fired nearly 3500 bullets into the house as the fight ended in the death of all gang members present. Each year, the Ocklawaha Chamber of Commerce puts on a reenactment of the event.
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