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Pensacola, FL

CITY

Official Website:
http://www.pensacolacitygov.com/

Population:
56255 (2000 census)

Founding Date:
15-Aug-1559 (founded), 1696 (reestablished)

County:
Escambia County

NEWSPAPERS

Newspaper
Pensacola News Journal

SCHOOLS

SchoolFounded
Pensacola Christian College
1974
University of West Florida
1963
Pensacola Junior College
1948

MUSEUM

MuseumFounded
Civil War Soldiers Museum
1991
National Museum of Naval Aviation
1962
Pensacola Historical Museum
1960
Pensacola Museum of Art
1954

BIRTHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kenneth B. Bell
Judge
20-Apr-1956   Justice, Florida Supreme Court
Joe Dallesandro
Actor
31-Dec-1948   Took a walk on the wild side
Nancy Dussault
Actor
30-Jun-1936   Too Close for Comfort
Kent Hovind
Religion
15-Jan-1953   Creation Science evangelist
Bill Kurtis
Journalist
21-Sep-1940   Shoulder-shrugging host of American Justice
Mike McCready
Musician
5-Apr-1965   Pearl Jam
Katy Mixon
Actor
30-Mar-1981   Victoria Flynn on Mike & Molly
Charles H. Percy
Politician
27-Sep-1919 17-Sep-2011 US Senator from Illinois, 1967-85
Joan Perry
Actor
7-Jul-1911 16-Sep-1996 Bullets for O'Hara
Katharine Jefferts Schori
Religion
26-Mar-1954   Presiding Episcopal Bishop
Emmitt Smith
Football
15-May-1969   Leading NFL rusher
Benny Spellman
Singer
11-Dec-1931 3-Jun-2011 Fortune Teller
Charles R. Wilson
Judge
14-Oct-1954   11th Circuit Court of Appeals
Danny Wuerffel
Football
27-May-1974   Winner, 1996 Heisman Trophy

DEATHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Leif Erickson
Actor
27-Oct-1911 29-Jan-1986 The High Chaparral
Benny Spellman
Singer
11-Dec-1931 3-Jun-2011 Fortune Teller



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