Guanabacoa Trail Head, Observation Platform, Roosevelt Area of the Timucuan Preserve

Guanabacoa Trail Head, Observation Platform, Roosevelt Area of the Timucuan Preserve

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Guanabocoa Trail is a speculative proposal for an approx 801 km elevated trail/boardwalk that would extend from the Timucuan Preserve to Guanabacoa, Cuba. Signage on the preserve platform reads: The last known Timucuan, Juan Alonso Cavale, was born in 1709 at Mission Nuestra Señora de la Lecha in what would become the State of Florida. After devastating attacks by British supported Yamasee Indians on the Spanish supply route known as the Camino Real, the Spanish eventually ceded Florida to the British, evacuating their St. Augustine stronghold. They took the estimated 89 surviving missionized Indians with them to Guanabacoa, Cuba where Juan Alonso Cavale would die in 1767. #imaginary #jacksonville #park #temporarytraveloffice #trail
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