A crisp chill is in the air. The smell of campfires permeate the atmosphere. The sound of people joining together in celebration and dancing to the beat of the drums can be heard from blocks away. It's mid-November in Santa Rosa County and that can only mean one thing — it's time to celebrate the local Native American history at the Floridatown Indian Pow Wow.
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