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While many history books are often replete with details about the conflicts between Spanish explorers and the native communities that inhabit the American continent, there are also periods where they did coexist peacefully together. None is this most notable than in the state of Florida, where there are many landmarks commemorating this harmonious relationship.

One such landmark is the Mission San Luis de Apalachee near Tallahasee. The mission was built to serve as a link between the Apalachee community and the Spanish settlements a few miles from there. While primarily serving as a religious site, the complex also served as a trade depot between the American Indian community and the white settlers, where they exchange agricultural products and other stuff.
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