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Accidental Apostrophe - The Florida Cracker Plaque - The Villages, Florida
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N 28° 50.533 W 082° 01.378
17R E 400208 N 3190935
Quick Description: An accidental apostrophe turned a plural into a possessive mistake. The word should be "explorers" not "explorer's" in the last sentence of the first paragraph on an informational bronze plaque.
Location: Florida, United States
Date Posted: 2/15/2019 9:48:30 AM
Waymark Code: WM102Z0
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Jake39
Views: 3

Long Description:
An accidental apostrophe punctuation mistake turned a plural into a possessive noun. The word should be "explorers" not "explorer's" in the last sentence of the first paragraph on an informational bronze plaque describing Old Florida's cowboys.

This plaque is mounted low to the ground on a rock. It is near the main entrance to an area called Brownwood in The Villages, Florida. There is a multiple-figure sculpture of life-sized cattle, a dog, and a cowboy on his horse a few yards south of this Waymark at the entrance.
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