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Ernestine Duchies[edit]

Translate text and import maps from German and Spanish articles on these duchies to create or add to the following articles.

  • Saxe-Altenburg
  • Saxe-Coburg - stub
  • Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach
  • Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld - now a stub, unreferenced
  • Saxe-Coburg and Gotha - OK
  • Saxe-Eisenberg
  • Saxe-Eisenach - OK
  • Saxe-Gotha - sub-stub
  • Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg
  • Saxe-Hildburghausen - (Currently Redirect to Ernestine duchies)
  • Saxe-Jena
  • Saxe-Marksuhl
  • Saxe-Meiningen - sub-stub
  • Saxe-Römhild
  • Saxe-Saalfeld
  • Saxe-Weimar
  • Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach - stub, unreferenced
  • Saxon Duchies - (Currently Redirect to Ernestine duchies)
  • Ernestine duchies

Florida people[edit]

  • Charlton W. Tebeau
  • Juan Ortiz (explorer)
  • Bill Baggs
  • John Pennekamp
  • Robert King High - need to find his biography
  • Henry Perrine
  • Briton Hammon - captive of Tequestas - narrative pub in 1760

Florida places[edit]

Islands and keys

  • Elliott Key - Florida place
  • Watson Island
  • Hutchinson Island (Florida)
  • Key Biscayne (island)
  • Ragged Keys
  • Sands Key
  • Adams Key
  • Boca Chita Key
  • Old Rhodes Key
  • Key Vaca - a sub-stub
  • Ten Thousand Islands
  • Indian Key - expand
  • Seahorse Key

Inlets

  • Matanzas Inlet
  • Saint Lucie Inlet
  • Baker's Haulover Inlet
  • Ponce de Leon Inlet
  • Jupiter Inlet
  • Sebastien Inlet
  • Lake Worth Inlet
  • South Lake Worth Inlet

Other bodies of water

  • Lake Worth Lagoon
  • New River (Broward County, Florida)
  • Florida Bay - currently a stub
  • Biscayne Bay - needs serious expansion
  • Kissimmee River
  • Lake Okeechobee - expand
  • St. Lucie River
  • Manatee River
  • Apalachee Bay - stub

Other

  • Delray Beach -- add History section, maybe other sections.
  • Delray Beach Public Library -- create - Talk to library for help.
  • Miami Seaquarium - stub
  • Monkey Jungle - stub
  • Parrot Jungle -stub
  • Miami Serpentarium - former Florida tourist attraction
  • Devil's Millhopper - Florida place
  • Cape Florida - redirect to Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

Florida tribes[edit]

Per Milanich:

Prehistoric culture areas in Florida[edit]

  • Alachua culture
  • Belle Glade culture
  • Cades Pond culture
  • Caloosahatchee culture
  • Deptford culture
  • Glades culture
  • Fort Walton culture
  • Indian River culture
  • Manasota culture
  • Norwood culture
  • Orange culture
  • Pensacola culture
  • Safety Harbor culture
  • Santa Rosa-Swift Creek culture
  • St. Johns culture
  • Savannah culture
  • Suwannee Valley culture
  • Swift Creek culture
  • Weeden Island culture

Indian captives[edit]

Magazines[edit]

  • Fantastic Universe Science Fiction
  • Space Science Fiction (magazine)
  • Blue Book Magazine - pulp magazine
  • Escapade (magazine) - men's magazine - list of men's magazines?
  • The Gent (magazine) - men's magazine - list of men's magazines?
  • Manhunt (magazine) - pulp magazine - list of pulp magazines?
  • Guilty Detective Story Magazine - pulp magazine - list of pulp magazines?
  • Coronet (magazine) - general interest magazine

Morikami group[edit]

  • George Morikami -- Merged text to Morikami Park, left a Redirect
  • Yamato Colony -- find photos (talk to Delray Historical Society)
  • Morikami Park -- expand, take photos
  • Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens -- expand, take photos

Phylogeny[edit]

Articles on early animals and the development of phyla.

  • Vernanimalcula
  • Vetulicolia
  • Vetulicola
  • Xenoturbella
  • Didazoon
  • Banffia
  • Pomatrum
  • Xidazoon
  • Yunnanozoon
  • Haikouella
  • Endostyle
  • Eumetazoa
  • Lophotrochozoa
  • Deuterostome
  • Bilateria
  • Ecdysozoa
  • Radiata
  • Platyzoa

World music[edit]

  • Maria Rita
  • Lhasa de Sela
  • Paris Combo
  • Shotei Hanevuah

Miscellaneous[edit]

The following articles are for links from Stevan Dohanos:

  • Cleveland School of Art
  • National Society of Mural Painters
  • Society of Illustrators
  • Famous Artists School
  • Cleveland Museum or Art

The following articles are for links from Duell, Sloan and Pearce:

Some important cultures that followed the Archaic period were:(Milanich. (1998) Pp. 41, 56)

  • the Deptford culture, covering the Florida Panhandle and the Florida peninsula west of the St. John's culture down to Tampa Bay or Charlotte Harbor. This culture and its successors were strongly influenced by the contemporary Mississippi culture. The Deptford culture fragmented into:
    • the Cades Pond culture in the north central Florida peninsula. Cades Pond evolved into the Alachua culture, coterminous with the territory of the Timucua language-speaking Potano tribe encountered by the Spanish.
    • the Swift Creek culture and the Santa Rosa-Swift Creek culture along the northwestern portion of the Florida peninsula and across the Florida panhandle. These related cultures evolved into the Weeden Island culture over most of the Swift Creek territory, then into the Fort Walton culture, but the area north of the Cades Pond-Alachua culture territory evolved into the McKeithen culture, and then into the Suwannee culture. The western part of the panhandle eventually saw the Pensacola culture. The Apalachee tribe was part of the Fort Walton cultural area at the time of first European while Timucuan-speakers occupied the Suwannee culture area.
  • the Caloosahatchee culture, around the estuary of the Caloosahatchee River, reaching north to Charlotte Harbor. It was the core area of the Calusa tribe at the time of first European contact.
  • the Okeechobee Basin culture, including the area around Lake Okeechobee and the middle and lower Kissimmee River valley. The Mayaimi tribe lived around Lake Okeechobee.
  • the Glades culture, covering the lower east coast of Florida, the Everglades, the Florida Keys, and the west coast of Florida south of approximately the present site of Naples, Florida. The Tequesta and Jaega tribes were part of the Glades culture.