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The Native American tribes that originally settled in modern-day Palm Beach County included the Calusas, Jaegas, Mayaimis, and Tequestas. Over 20,000 Native Americans lived in South Florida when the Spanish arrived in 1513. Juan Ponce de León led a European expedition to Florida, landing in the Jupiter area. Among the first non-Native American residents were former slaves or descendants of former slaves who escaped to Florida and found refuge among the Seminole Native Americans. During the Seminole Wars, these African-American slaves fought with the Seminoles against White settlers and bounty hunters.
Palm Beach County was created in 1909 and was named for its first settled community, Palm Beach. The County was carved out of what was then the northern portion of Dade County, comprising part of the areas now occupied by Okeechobee and Broward counties, part of Martin and all of Palm Beach county. The southernmost part of Palm Beach County was separated to create the northern portion of Broward County in 1915, the northwestern portion became part of Okeechobee County 1917 and southern Martin County was created from northernmost Palm Beach County in 1925. About three-quarters of Lake Okeechobee was removed from Palm Beach County in 1963 and divided up among Glades, Hendry, Martin and Okeechobee counties.
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