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Just north of Daytona, the Volusia county city of Ormond Beach is home to Tomoka State park. It rests upon the site of a former Timucuan Indian settlement, and is close to Marineland, the Ponce de Leon Lighthouse and historic Main Street.

First People in Florida
12,000 years ago the first man came to Florida. These descendants of primitive Asians who migrated over the land bridge came to be called Indians. They hunted the animals along the Halifax and Tomoka Rivers, leaving mounds behind. These mounds indicate that their makers ate, among other things, oysters and clams. Broken pottery, arrowheads, spear points, and other artifacts have been found. At the time these people inhabited the area, the Halifax River would have been a shallow, fresh-water stream.
 
 

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