Withlacoochee River

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With·la·coo·chee River

1. A river, about 250 km (155 mi) long, of central Florida flowing northwest into the Gulf of Mexico.
2. A river, about 185 km (115 mi) long, of southern Georgia and northwest Florida, where it empties into the Suwannee River.
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The Santa Fe River got to record heights, and down the Withlacoochee River, in Hernando County, we had a lot of flooding.
Existing navigational aids are located in or on the following waterways: Crystal River Indian Waters Homosassa River Price Creek Halls River Fish Creek Chassahowitzka River Lake Rousseau Withlacoochee River Lake Tsala Apopka Gulf of Mexico Barge Canal Lower Withlacoochee River An assignment for the installation of completely new navigational aids is NOT limited to the above list.
While the Withlacoochee River can be considered "unimpaired" at this location.
The Withlacoochee River runs along the western and southern boundaries of the WMA and may provide stealthy water-based access to birds on the edges.
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1814), he was later sent as one of the peace commissioners to the Creek and Seminole Indians (1817); commander of the Southern District during the First Seminole War (November 1817-October 1818); as commander of the new Western Department (1821), he took the field to put down the rebellion of dispossessed Sac and Fox Indians (Black Hawk War) (May-August 1832); although ordered to border duty in Louisiana at the outbreak of the Second Seminole War (November 1835), he defied orders to take a force to Tampa by sea; fought an inconclusive battle with the Seminoles at the Withlacoochee River, where he was wounded (December?
An easy 3-mile run to the mouth of the Withlacoochee River takes you past the area's main boat ramp at the western end of Highway 40, while a left at Bennett's Creek gets you to the Gulf quicker by avoiding the manatee zones.
Withlacoochee River Park, Dade City, FL (352) 521-3012 windspirit1985@yahoo.
Principal battles: Withlacoochee River, Wahoo Swamp (1836); Alachua (1837); Contreras (near Mexico City), Chapultepec (1847); Romney (1861); Champion's Hill (near Bolton, Mississippi) (1863); Franklin, Nashville (1864).