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Leon County, Florida, lies in the north central part of the state in the Florida panhandle. Its northernmost border abuts Georgia, its western border is formed by the Ochlockonee River and the western edge of Lake Miccosukee forms a portion of the eastern border. It is landlocked, with no contact with the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean. Its several natural lakes, including Lakes Jackson, Iamonia and Lafayette, have important associated prehistoric and historic archeological sites.
Tallahassee, the county seat of Leon County, FL, is also the state capital. The capitol building, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, is one of the few extant pre-Civil War capitols in the southern United States.
Named after Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon, the county was formed in 1824. When the Spanish began explorations in Florida, the native Apalachees, descendants of the Woodland peoples, were practicing agriculture and had an extensive trade system. Spain claimed Florida and established several missions. Mission San Luis de Apalachee was built in 1633 and destroyed in 1704; its site remains a significant historic place.
Human habitation in Leon Count, Florida, has been documented to the Paleolithic, the earliest known period of human occupation in North America. Several important archeological mounds of the Mississippian Culture are in the county. Cotton cultivation became an important industry in the 1800's; many of the plantations from that period exist today.
We very frequently serve the following communities in Leon County, FL: Capitola, Chaires, Fort Braden, Meridian, Tallahassee and Woodville.