What Are the First Known Inhabitants of Florida?

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The first known inhabitants varies with the location. In, Florida, these first inhabitants were the Paleo Indian. It is believed, as of 2013, these people were here around 8500 BC. Florida's first people arrived around 12,000 years ago.
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