John Gorrie discovered the cold-air process of refrigeration laid the groundwork for development of modern refrigeration. The John Gorrie Memorial Bridge built originally in 1935. The development of railways was the third busiest port on the Gulf of Mexico. Early 20th century and the late 19th century led by Greek immigrants. The bay is protected well by Flag Island by St. Vincent Island. The theatre was renovated fully beginning in 1996, reopened in 1998. The population density was 1,242.1 inhabitants per square mile.
Southern Living published a feature article in 2007 02. Apalachicola Bay Charter School is located also in Apalachicola. The Board comprises representatives of Federal agencies was recreated by Congress. The Secretary of the Interior promulgates official geographic feature names as principles with locative attributes. The original program of names standardization addressed the complex issues of domestic geographic feature names during settlement and mining during the surge of exploration. President Benjamin Harrison signed an Executive Order, the Board. Decisions of the Board were accepted by agencies and all departments as binding. Numerous nations established relevant policies to toponomy. Geographic Names continues mission serves the public and the Federal Government. Geographic feature names policies applying to the United States. Web crawl snapshots donated generously from Accelovation. That time had been occupied for some 10000 years by Indians. Indian mounds be found also throughout the Southeastern United States up the Mississippi River.
The Apalachicola River Indians came probably into contact. The members of the Narvaes expedition killed horses at a place. The Bay of Horses was probably somewhere near the head of Apalachicola Bay around Ochlockonee Bay area and the St. Marks. A broad interpretation of the word was spelled with two. The Minerals Management Service has updated policy, platform abandonment procedures. The 13 past years have donated 141 platforms in the Gulf of Mexico for construction of reefs. Options and more productive offshore disposal alternatives lead to reduction of abandonment costs.
|1831||Apalachicola received current name in 1831.|
|1847||Botanist Alvan Wentworth Chapman settled in 1847 in Apalachicola.|
|1935||The John Gorrie Memorial Bridge built originally in 1935.|
|1996||The theatre was renovated fully beginning in 1996.|
|1998||The theatre reopened in 1998.|