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Ocala

(Encyclopedia) Ocala ōkăl´ə [key], city (1990 pop. 42,045), seat of Marion co., N central Fla.; inc. 1868. It is a trade and processing center for citrus fruit, vegetables, and truck…

Ocala, FL Census Data

People QuickFactsOcalaFloridaPopulation, 2003 estimate 47,92117,019,068Population, percent change, April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2003 4.3%6.5%Population, 2000 45,94315,982,378Population, percent…

Ocala, FL Demographic Statistics

NumberPercentTotal population45,943100.0SEX AND AGEMale21,72647.3Female24,21752.7Under 5 years2,7185.95 to 9 years2,9856.510 to 14 years3,1166.815 to 19 years3,2097.020 to 24 years2,8856.325 to…

Ocala, FL Economic Statistics

NumberPercentEMPLOYMENT STATUSPopulation 16 years and over36,252100.0In labor force20,37056.2Civilian labor force20,34856.1Employed18,83151.9Unemployed1,5174.2Percent of civilian labor force7.5…

Ocala, FL Social Statistics

NumberPercentSCHOOL ENROLLMENTPopulation 3 years and over enrolled in school10,956100.0Nursery school, preschool7256.6Kindergarten5104.7Elementary school (grades 1-8)4,96745.3High school (…

Ocala, FL, Housing Statistics

NumberPercentTotal housing units20,616100.0UNITS IN STRUCTURE1-unit, detached11,02553.51-unit, attached9864.82 units8364.13 or 4 units1,4697.15 to 9 units1,9079.310 to 19 units1,3896.720 or…

Florida, University of

(Encyclopedia) Florida, University of, at Gainesville; land-grant and state supported; coeducational; chartered and opened 1853 at Ocala, moved to Gainesville in 1906. The Center for…

Lake City

(Encyclopedia) Lake City, town (1990 pop. 10,005), seat of Columbia co., N Fla.; inc. 1921. It was founded in the 1830s as a military post. Lake City is located in a farm and cattle…

Osceola

(Encyclopedia) Osceola ŏsēō´lə, ō– [key], c.1800–1838, leader of the Seminole . He was also called Powell, the surname of his supposed white father. In the early 1830s, Osceola…