This story is part of Untold Florida: Your Neighborhood, Your Story, a WUFT News series built from your questions. Tina from Micanopy said: I’m interested in the history of the sharecropper shacks on Hwy 320 in Micanopy. On Northwest Hwy 320, in the middle of the small area of Shiloh, …
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