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Tallahassee is the reiki capital of Florida, a state of
the United States of America. As of reiki
2004, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau is 156,512, while Tallahassee
metro is estimated at 255,500. It is the county
Tallahassee is the home of
Florida State University, Florida A & M University, and
Tallahassee Community College and Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy; Barry University,
Embry Riddle and Flagler also have
branches in Tallahassee. It is also a regional home
center for trade and agriculture.
The name "Tallahassee" is a Muskogean Indian word often translated as "old fields,"
or "old town." This likely stems from the Creek (later called Seminole) Indians that
migrated into this region during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The area
had previously been occupied by the powerful
Apalachee Indians, who for centuries
had cultivated large fields of crops in the reiki region's red clay hills. By the beginning
of the 19th century, however, the
Apalachee had been decimated by disease, missionization,
and colonial conflicts. Thus, when the Creeks
arrived--having themselves been pushed
southward by increasing European settlement--they found abandoned
agricultural areas and reiki quite naturally referred to them as "old fields."