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Duval County is a county in the State of Florida. As of the census , the population was ,, with a estimate at ,, the sixth most populous in Florida. This area had been settled by varying cultures of indigenous peoples for thousands of years before European contact. Prior to European contact , the area was inhabited by the Mocama , a Timucuan -speaking group who lived throughout the coastal areas of northern Florida. The area that became Duval County was home to the 16th-century French colony of Fort Caroline , and saw increased European settlement in the 18th century with the establishment of Cowford , later renamed Jacksonville.
Duval County was created in from St. Alachua and Nassau counties were created out of parts of Duval County in Clay County was created from part of Duval County in Johns County south and east of the lower reaches of the St. Johns River was transferred to Duval County in the s. On October 1, , the government of Duval County was consolidated with the government of the city of Jacksonville.
The Duval County cities of Atlantic Beach , Baldwin , Jacksonville Beach , and Neptune Beach are not included in the corporate limits of Jacksonville, and maintain their own municipal governments.
The city of Jacksonville provides all services that a county government would normally provide. According to the U. There were , households out of which The average household size was 2.
In the county, the population was spread out with The median age was For every females there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Of foreign-born residents, The racial makeup of the county is The median age was 34 years. As of , According to the Secretary of State's office, Democrats comprise a plurality of registered voters in Duval County.
Unlike many of Florida's other large counties, Duval County has a conservative-leaning electorate, which has tended to support Republicans at both the State and National levels for many years.
Duval County Public Schools operates public schools in the county. Duval County is served by the Jacksonville Public Library. It is primarily used to spread news about the county's school districts. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jacksonville Consolidation and Government of Jacksonville. Previous presidential election results  Year Republican Democratic Third parties United States Census Bureau. Retrieved March 24, National Association of Counties.
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Due to its consolidated city-county government structure, it has the largest municipal population among Florida cities, as well as the largest land area of any city in the contiguous United States.
Archaeological evidence indicates 6, years of human habitation in the area. Pottery has been found dating to BC, nearly the oldest in the United States and second to artifacts of the Savannah River area. In the 16th century, the beginning of the historical record period, the area was inhabited by the Mocama , a coastal subgroup of the Timucua indigenous Native Americans. At the time of contact with Europeans, most Mocama villages in present-day Jacksonville were part of the powerful chiefdom known as the Saturiwa , centered on Fort George Island near the mouth of the St.
In , Spanish explorers landed in Florida and claimed their discovery for Spain see Spanish Florida. The first Europeans to visit the area were Spanish missionaries and explorers from this period. In February , French naval officer Jean Ribault and a settlers arrived seeking land for a safe haven for the French Huguenots , Protestants suffering religious persecution in France. Ribault explored the mouth of the St. Johns River before moving north and establishing the colony of Charlesfort on what is now Parris Island, South Carolina.
Ribault returned to France for supplies, but tensions from French Wars of Religion had broken out during his absence. His return to Florida was delayed as a result. Without leadership or provisions, the colonists abandoned Charlesfort. On June 22, , the settlers established Fort Caroline atop the St.
He also forged friendly relations with their competitors, the Utina tribe, who lived upriver to the south around what is now Palatka and the Lake George area. Ribault intended to resupply Fort Caroline in early , but was again delayed. As a result, the colony faced famine , three mutinies , and eventually warfare with the Utina.
Ribault finally reached the fort with a relief expedition in the summer, and assumed command of the settlement. Augustine 35 miles to the south, with the express mission to displace the French. When he arrived, Ribault launched a naval expedition of sailors and soldiers to dislodge the Spanish, but a storm at sea incapacitated them for several days and caused numerous deaths. The Spanish picked up the survivors of Ribault's fleet, and summarily executed all but In the French and Spanish confronted each other again here, when Dominique de Gourgues burned it to the ground.
The Spanish rebuilt the fort, but abandoned it in The fort was located on the east side of the St. Johns, where Bishop Kenny High School now stands. The fort was abandoned in the late 17th century. During the war the British had defeated the Spanish in Cuba and occupied the island, whereas Florida had hardly seen any fighting.
As part of the negotiations between the two nations in the aftermath of the war, Spain would cede Florida to Great Britain in exchange for the return of Cuba. The British agreed and Florida was ceded to the United Kingdom in The British soon constructed the King's Road connecting St.
The road crossed the St. Johns River at a narrow point, which the Seminole called Wacca Pilatka and the British named the "Cow Ford", both names ostensibly reflecting the fact that cattle were brought across the river there. The British government gave land grants to officers and soldiers who had fought in the French and Indian War in order to encourage settlement.
In order to induce settlers to move to the two new colonies reports of Florida 's natural wealth were published in England. A large number of British colonists who were "energetic and of good character" moved to Florida , mostly coming from South Carolina , Georgia and England though there was also a group of settlers who came from the colony of Bermuda.
Johns County and Nassau County. The British built good public roads and introduced the cultivation of sugar cane, indigo and fruits as well the export of lumber.
As a result of these initiatives northeastern Florida prospered economically in a way it never did under Spanish rule. Furthermore, the British governors were directed to call general assemblies as soon as possible in order to make laws for the Floridas and in the meantime they were, with the advice of councils, to establish courts. This would be the first introduction of much of the English-derived legal system which Florida still has today including trial-by-jury , habeas corpus and county-based government.
The British gave control of the territory back to Spain in Though technically not allowed by the Spanish authorities, the Spanish were never able to effectively police the border region and the backwoods settlers from the United States would continue to migrate into Florida unchecked.
These migrants, mixing with the already present English-speaking settlers who had lived in Florida since the British period, would be the progenitors of the population known as Florida Crackers. They began with invasions of Fernandina and Amelia Island. It first appears on a petition sent on June 15, to U. Hart wrote a charter for a town government, which was approved by the Florida Legislative Council on February 9, Remembered as the city's most important founding father, Hart is memorialized with the Isaiah D.
Hart Bridge over the St. During the American Civil War , Jacksonville was a key supply point for hogs and cattle leaving Florida and aiding the Confederate cause. Throughout most of the war, the US Navy maintained a blockade around Florida's ports, including Jacksonville. Johns Bluff and occupied Jacksonville. Throughout the war Jacksonville would change hands several times, though never with a battle.
The battle was a devastating loss for the Union and a decisive victory for the Confederacy. On the morning of 22 February, as the Union forces were still retreating to Jacksonville, the 54th Massachusetts was ordered to counter-march back to Ten-Mile Station.
The locomotive of a train carrying wounded Union soldiers had broken down and the wounded were in danger of capture. When the 54th Massachusetts arrived, the men attached ropes to the engine and cars and manually pulled the train approximately three miles to Camp Finnegan, where horses were secured to help pull the train. After that, the train was pulled by both men and horses to Jacksonville for a total distance of ten miles. It took forty-two hours to pull the train that distance.
Transport General Hunter was sunk in the St. John's River, April 16, , close to where the Maple Leaf was sunk. By the end of the war in , a Union commander commented that Jacksonville had become "pathetically dilapidated, a mere skeleton of its former self, a victim of war. Augustine became popular winter resorts for the rich and famous of the Gilded Age.
Visitors arrived by steamboat and beginning in the s by railroad , and wintered at dozens of hotels and boarding houses. The Subtropical Exposition was held in Jacksonville and attended by President Grover Cleveland , but the Florida-style world's fair did not lead to a lasting boost for tourism in Jacksonville.
The area declined in importance as a resort destination after Henry Flagler extended the Florida East Coast Railroad to the south, reaching Palm Beach in and the Miami area in This drew tourism to the southern Atlantic Coast. Jacksonville's prominence as a winter resort was dealt another blow by major yellow fever epidemics in and During the second one, nearly ten percent of the more than 4, victims died, including the city's mayor.
Inbound and outbound mail was fumigated in an effort to reduce contagion. Jacksonville's reputation as a healthful tourist destination suffered. During the Spanish—American War , gunrunners helping the Cuban rebels used Jacksonville as the center for smuggling illegal arms and supplies to the island.
Duval County sheriff and future state governor, Napoleon Bonaparte Broward , was one of the many gunrunners operating out of the city. Author Stephen Crane travelled to Jacksonville to cover the war. On May 3, , downtown Jacksonville was ravaged by the Great Fire—the largest-ever urban fire in the Southeastern United States , which started when hot ash from a shantyhouse's chimney landed on the drying moss at Cleaveland's Fiber Factory.
At half past noon most of the Cleaveland workers were at lunch, but by the time they returned the entire city block was engulfed in flames. The fire destroyed the business district and rendered 10, residents homeless in the course of eight hours. Florida Governor William S. Jennings declared a state of martial law in Jacksonville and dispatched several state militia units to help.
Reconstruction started immediately, and the city was returned to civil authority on May Despite the widespread damage, only seven deaths were reported. Young architect Henry John Klutho had just returned to New York from a year in Europe when he read about the Jacksonville fire and, seeing a rare opportunity, he headed south. Klutho and other architects, enamored by the " Prairie Style " of architecture then being popularized by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Chicago and other Midwestern cities, designed exuberant local buildings with a Florida flair.
While many of Klutho's buildings were demolished by the s, a number of his creations remain, including the St. James Building from a former department store that is now Jacksonville's City Hall and the Morocco Temple from The Klutho Apartments, in Springfield , were recently restored and converted into office space by local charity Fresh Ministries. Despite the losses of the last several decades, Jacksonville still has one of the largest collections of Prairie Style buildings particularly residences outside the Midwest.
In the early 20th century, before Hollywood , the motion picture industry was based in Fort Lee, New Jersey. In need of a winter headquarters, moviemakers were attracted to Jacksonville due to its warm climate, exotic locations, excellent rail access, and cheaper labor, earning the city the title of "The Winter Film Capital of the World. Comedic actor and Georgia native Oliver "Babe" Hardy began his motion picture career here in He starred in over 36 short silent films his first year acting.
Acquiring a job with the Vim Company in early , he returned to Jacksonville in the spring of before relocating to Los Angeles in October The first motion picture made in Technicolor and the first feature-length color movie produced in the United States, The Gulf Between , was also filmed on location in Jacksonville in Jacksonville was especially important to the African American film industry.
One notable individual in this regard is the European American producer Richard Norman, who created a string of films starring black actors in the vein of Oscar Micheaux and the Lincoln Motion Picture Company.
In contrast to the degrading parts offered in certain white films such as The Birth of a Nation , Norman and his contemporaries sought to create positive stories featuring African Americans in what he termed "splendidly assuming different roles.
Jacksonville's mostly conservative residents, however, objected to the hallmarks of the early movie industry, such as car chases in the streets, simulated bank robberies and fire alarms in public places, and even the occasional riot.
In , conservative Democrat John W. Prior to European contact , the area was inhabited by the Mocama , a Timucuan -speaking group who lived throughout the coastal areas of northern Florida. The area that became Duval County was home to the 16th-century French colony of Fort Caroline , and saw increased European settlement in the 18th century with the establishment of Cowford , later renamed Jacksonville.
Duval County was created in from St. Alachua and Nassau counties were created out of parts of Duval County in Clay County was created from part of Duval County in Johns County south and east of the lower reaches of the St.
Johns River was transferred to Duval County in the s. On October 1, , the government of Duval County was consolidated with the government of the city of Jacksonville. The Duval County cities of Atlantic Beach , Baldwin , Jacksonville Beach , and Neptune Beach are not included in the corporate limits of Jacksonville, and maintain their own municipal governments. The city of Jacksonville provides all services that a county government would normally provide.
According to the U. There were , households out of which The average household size was 2. In the county, the population was spread out with The median age was For every females there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Of foreign-born residents, The racial makeup of the county is The median age was 34 years.
As of , According to the Secretary of State's office, Democrats comprise a plurality of registered voters in Duval County. Unlike many of Florida's other large counties, Duval County has a conservative-leaning electorate, which has tended to support Republicans at both the State and National levels for many years.
Duval County Public Schools operates public schools in the county. Duval County is served by the Jacksonville Public Library. It is primarily used to spread news about the county's school districts. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jacksonville Consolidation and Government of Jacksonville. Previous presidential election results  Year Republican Democratic Third parties United States Census Bureau.
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