The information in this section provides insight on the issues and events that characterize the history of a water resource as described by the residents who've lived, worked, and/or played there. Their experiences are a significant part of the Atlas because they provide a rich, descriptive, and human perspective to life on these waterbodies. As such they can provide us with a sense of what it was like in a certain time or place. At its best this methodology can enable the reader to gain a grasp of the happenings that have impacted the ecological and social environments of the lake area from a local perspective.
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These histories reflect the perception of residents and not the opinion of the County Government or website sponsor, the USF Water Institute, or the University of South Florida.