Numerous agencies of the State of Florida and dozens of non-profit organizations have information about Florida culture scattered all over the internet.  The problem is figuring out how to find what you're looking for.

Our mission is to make this website a single source for Florida history, art, theater, authors, books, stories, museums, art and craft festivals, annual events, heritage sites - and more.

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FloridaCulture.org is a new website whose goal is to provide a one-stop source of information about the many elements of the culture of the state. 

Florida's population has grown from less than 2  million in the years before World War Two, to an estimated 22 million in 2018.

It's easy to lose touch with the history, heritage, and culture of an area that is growing so fast.  The majority of the state's population were born elsewhere.  This website is designed to help them get to know about Florida.

It is also a place where natives of Florida and long time residents will enjoy the nostalgia of their state and be able to provide memories of their own.

Our goal is to organize this information in a logical way that's easy to search.


Recent Articles

  1. Florida Culture Site Map: An Aid to Website Navigation

    Oct 20, 18 10:38 PM

    This FloridaCulture.org site map shows all of the pages on the website and allows easy navigation to your area of interest.

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  2. Florida Authors

    Aug 24, 18 07:51 PM

    Biographies of authors who either wrote in or about Florida: Fiction, Non-Fiction, and History. Favorite authors include Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and John D. MacDonald.

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  3. Al Burt: Becalmed in the Mullet Latitudes

    Aug 24, 18 07:45 PM

    Al Burt graduated from the University of Florida School of Journalism in 1949, and spent 45 years working as a reporter and columnist for the Miami Herald. He reported from Washington to Latin America…

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  4. Florida Culture

    Jul 25, 18 09:17 AM

    Florida culture includes authors, books, theater, art, music, festivals, heritage, and history. The culture has influences from the Old South, from Native Americans, from other areas of the USA, and f…

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  5. E Lynne Wright

    Jul 18, 18 10:50 AM

    A native Pennsylvanian who loved books even before she learned to read, Lynne began turning out stories almost as soon as she learned to write. As a junior

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  6. J. P. White

    Jul 18, 18 10:27 AM

    J. P. White was born in Ohio but spent much of his younger life in Florida. He is a Florida author who has published several volumes of poetry and one

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  7. San Antonio, Florida is the Home of the Annual Rattlesnake Festival

    Jul 16, 18 12:26 PM

    The annual San Antonio Rattlesnake Festival is held on the third Saturday in October in a small town northeast of Tampa.

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  8. Sidney Lanier: Florida: Its Scenery, Climate and History

    Jul 06, 18 11:04 AM

    Sidney Lanier, was born in Macon, Georgia on February 3, 1842, and died on September 7, 1881 in Lynn, N.C. He was a poet and musician, and one of the most famous literary figures in the South, even th…

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  9. Mike Miller: Backroad Florida Traveler and Chronicler

    Jun 24, 18 02:10 PM

    Mike Miller is the author of numerous books about Florida, including several travel guides, and is the owner and publisher of the website FloridaBackroadsTravel.com. He lives in Mount Dora, Florida.

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  10. David T Warner Was a Genuine Florida Storyteller

    Jun 24, 18 12:40 PM

    David T Warner was born in 1948 and died on January 3, 2012. Toward the end of his life he lived in Lochloosa, near Cross Creek, Florida.

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