Local Moving Geeks
#1 Moving Company in Bradenton FL
Local Moving Geeks is a professional moving service that will take the stress out your move. We will take care of everything, from packing your belongings to loading them in the truck, and everything in between. We even have storage facilities if you need them!
We want to make your move as simple as possible. That’s why we offer a wide range of services, from packing and unpacking to cleaning up after the move is finished. We’re here to help you every step of the way.
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Local Moving Geeks
6815 14th St WBradenton Florida 34207United States
Bradenton ( BRAY-dən-tən) is a city and the county seat of Manatee County, Florida, United States. As of the 2020 census,the city’s population is 55,698. == History == === Late 18th & 19th centuries === A settlement established by Maroons or escaped slaves named Angola existed in Bradenton’s present area starting in the late 1700s and ending in 1821. It is believed to been spread out between the Manatee River (then known as Oyster River) all the way to Sarasota Bay. The community is estimated to have had 600-750 residents in it. Angola was a rather large maroon settlement as the Manatee River at that time was too shallow for US Navy vessels to navigate. The settlement would be abandoned after the Creeks who were aligned with Andrew Jackson attacked Angola.When the United States annexed Florida in 1821, there were two known claimants of land in the vicinity of Bradenton but none of them were confirmed by the US federal government. === Mid & late 19th century === Josiah Gates along with his family and eight slaves would move to the area where present day Bradenton exists in January 1842 after being attracted to the area for its natural beauty. Gates also thought the area would be a popular place for new settlers to arrive at because it was near Fort Brooke; and he also figured that while they were building there homes they would need a place to stay at temporarily. He would build his home near present-day 15th Street East and his inn at another location naming it Gates House.
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