Timeline of Orlando, Florida

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The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Orlando, Florida, United States.

19th century

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20th century

1900s-1960s

1970s-1990s

21st century

See also

References

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  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i Porter 2009.
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  16. ^ a b c d e f Archer 1997.
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  24. ^ http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/data/tcr/AL032004_Charley.pdf
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Bibliography

  • John R. Richards, ed. (1886). "Orlando". Florida State Gazetteer and Business Directory. New York: South Publishing Company. OCLC  12186532.
  • Orlando, Florida: Indelible Photographs, Orlando: H.A. Abercromby, 1890, OL  23366645M
  • "Orlando", Handy Guide to the Southeastern States, Chicago: Rand, McNally & Co., 1899 – via Internet Archive
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  • "Orlando". Florida State Gazetteer and Business Directory. R. L. Polk & Co. 1918.
  • Federal Writers' Project (1939), "Orlando", Florida; a Guide to the Southernmost State, American Guide Series
  • E. Bacon. 1977. Orlando: A centennial history. Chuluota, Fla.: Mickler House.
  • L. Argrett Jr. 1991. A history of the black community of Orlando, Florida. Fort Bragg, Calif.: Cypress House Press.
  • Kevin Archer (1997). "The Limits to the Imagineered City: Sociospatial Polarization in Orlando". Economic Geography. 73 (3): 322–336. doi: 10.2307/144487. JSTOR  144487.
  • Walt Disney World & Orlando, Frommer, 1998, OL  9936049M
  • Married to the Mouse: Walt Disney World and Orlando. By Richard E. Foglesong. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001).
  • Walt Disney World & Orlando for Dummies 2004, For Dummies, 2003, OL  8042293M
  • Wendy Taylor (2003), Orlando & Central Florida, Lonely Planet, OL  19289916M
  • Geraldine Fortenberry Thompson (2003). Orlando, Florida. Black America. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia.
  • Tana Mosier Porter (2004). "Segregation and Desegregation in Parramore: Orlando's African American Community". Florida Historical Quarterly. 82 (3): 289–312. JSTOR  30149526.
  • Tana Mosier Porter (2009). "Orlando". Historic Orange County: The Story of Orlando and Orange County. HPN Books. ISBN  978-1-893619-99-9.
  • Stephanie Gaub Antequino; Tana Mosier Porter (2012). Lost Orlando. Arcadia Publishing. ISBN  978-0-7385-9173-5.
  • Jeffrey C. Billman (October 29, 2013), "13 things you should know about Orlando history", Orlando Weekly
  • American Cities Project (November 11, 2013). "Orlando". America's Big Cities in Volatile Times: City Profiles. Washington, DC: Pew Charitable Trusts.

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